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JC Penny To Close More Than 150 StoresNone of the store closures are in South Florida
Universal Orlando Reopens To The PublicThe reopening comes with restrictions and attendance will be limited.
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Growing Concern About Increase In Coronavirus Cases As States ReopenManuel Bojorquez reports the number of reported cases in Florida has risen above 60 thousand.
Minneapolis City Council Holds Emergency Meeting Concerning Police DepartmentSkyler Henry reports a public viewing for George Floyd is scheduled to be held tomorrow in North Carolina where he was born.
Broward Police Chiefs Unite Against Bias, Racism In Their DepartmentsTed Scouten reports they have announced a plan of action.
Miami Beach Summer Camps Can Open MondayBrooke Shafer reports the city's commission made no decision as to whether gyms and beaches will reopen.
WEB EXTRA: Aerial Video Of Universal Orlando Resort Reopening To VisitorsWith masks on their faces and temperature checks at entrances, Harry Potter fans and roller coaster lovers streamed back into Universal Orlando Resort this week in one of the first major steps toward reviving Florida’s theme park industry.
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WEB EXTRA: Nurses Take A Knee To Honor George FloydDuring a morning shift change at a hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, nurses went down on one knee to honor George Floyd and the black lives matter protests happening around the country.
WEB EXTRA: Las Vegas Reopens For BusinessLas Vegas is reopening for business after shutting down for nearly three months because of the coronavirus pandemic. And while some things are business as usual, there are some noticeable differences.
WEB EXTRA: Officer Comforts Little Girl At Protest5-year-old Simone Bartee went to a protest in Houston, TX with her parents after the death of George Floyd. Her dad said an officer saw his daughter crying and came over Tuesday. On Twitter, Simone's dad posted that she asked the officer: “Are you gonna shoot us?” WATCH as the officer comforts and reassures the little girl.
WEB EXTRA: Homes Swept Away In Norway LandslideA landslide near Alta, Norway swept several houses into the sea Wednesday. Jan Egil Bakkeby said he heard a noise, ran to a hill, and filmed what was happening. He told the Associated Press that he owned one of the homes washed away. No one was reported injured, according to police.
WEB EXTRA: California School District Holds Ski Lift GraduationA Southern California school district used a ski lift to give its graduating seniors a sky-high sendoff during the coronavirus pandemic.
Trending: Joe ExoticJoe Exotic said his legal team is filing an appeal to a judge's order that his zoo in Oklahoma be turned over to Carol Baskin.
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Trending: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson Calls Out President TrumpDwayne "The Rock" Johnson called out President Trump on Instagram asking that he lead the country during these turbulent times.
Trending: Kanye West Joins ProtestRapper Kanye West joined a march in Chicago. He's also paying for a college fund for George Floyd's daughter Gianna.
Local Leaders Address Potential Excessive Use Of Force By Police During ProtestsBrooke Shafer reports while most protests have been peaceful, some have turned chaotic.
Another Round Of Protests Following George Floyd MemorialMichael George reports the events were largely but not entirely peaceful.
Your CBS4 Forecast For Friday 6/5CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says we'll see another round of showers and thunderstorms today, some could produce torrential downpours.
Eye On The Day 6/5Here are a few of the stories we are keeping an eye on: A moment of silence at George Floyd’s Minneapolis memorial, New York City’s promising coronavirus update, and Kylie Jenner tops Forbes’ list of highest-paid celebrities. Where do your favorite stars land on the list?
CBS4 This Morning Headlines 6/5Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
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