Here are the stories we're keeping our eye on: President Trump calls out the impeachment inquiry ahead of the first public hearing, an arctic blast is hitting parts of the U.S. and a survey looks at the Thanksgiving food people secretly dislike.
Caring For The Community: Care In Action USAGloria Lewis and her nonprofit, Care In Action USA, bring nourishing food, clothing and care to the homeless in Broward County. If you would like to help, visit CareInActionUSA.org.
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WEB EXTRA: Santas Hit The Ski SlopesMore than 200 skiers dressed like Santa hit the slopes in Maine over the weekend. Sunday River resort says the money raised from the "Santa Sunday" event will go to local charities.
WEB EXTRA: $120K Banana Eaten At Art Basel InstallationA banana duct-taped to a wall sold for six-figures at Art Basel in Miami Beach. Then someone ate the banana. This is why artist David Datuna says he decided to eat the expensive piece of art.
WEB EXTRA: Orange Bowl CEO Discusses Florida-Virginia GameCBS4's Mike Cugno went one-on-one with Orange Bowl CEO Eric Poms about this year's bowl game.
Suspects Accused Of Killing Coral Springs Firefighter Enter Plea Not GuiltyThe men accused of killing Coral Springs firefighter Chris Randazzo back in October pleaded not guilty on Monday morning before a Broward County judge.
WEB EXTRA: New Zealand Volcano EruptsA volcanic eruption killed at least five people and left even more missing on White Island in New Zealand on Monday. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said it's believed that about 100 people were on or near the island, which is a popular tourist spot. Police said they do not expect to find any more survivors. In this video posted to social media, billowing clouds of ash and smoke were seen just after the eruption.
WEB EXTRA: Cat Stuck In Ramen BagA Riverside County Sheriffs sergeant in Cabazon, CA was on patrol when he found a cat with its head stuck in a ramen bag. The sheriffs station shared the video on Facebook last week and said "the cat was saved and no animals were harmed."
BSO Detectives Arrest 12 Year Old Girl For Making Threat To Falcon Cove Middle SchoolThe Broward Sheriff's Office has arrested a 12-year-old girl after being alerted to a social media post that threatened to kill fellow students at her middle school.
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Your CBS4 Forecast For Monday 12/9/19A slight chance of sprinkles after 1pm. Mostly sunny, with a high near 82. Calm wind becoming southeast 5 to 9 mph in the morning.
Art Basel's Pricey Produce Causing More Banana DramaFirst a banana taped to a wall sold for $120,000, then someone at it, and now there's a new twist to this banana drama at Art Basel.
Talkin' With Joe 12/0/19WQAM's Joe Rose on the college football playoffs
Judiciary Hearing Sets Stage For Trump Impeachment ChargesPushing ahead with articles of impeachment, the House Judiciary Committee convenes Monday to formally receive the investigative findings against President Donald Trump as the White House mounts an aggressive attack on the proceedings.
Men Who Led Police On Pursuit Through Broward That Ended In Gunfire Are IdentifiedA traffic stop in Broward County escalated into a police-involved shooting Sunday morning and now officers have identified the two suspects.
The Public Is Invited To Viewing For UPS Driver Frank OrdonezUPS driver Frank Ordonez will be remembered Monday evening at a public viewing. He was shot and killed Thursday after being taken hostage by armed robbers who led police on a chase that ended in a hail of gunfire in a Miramar intersection.
Dogs In The City: Kimbo Is Looking For a Loving HomeKimbo is a one and a half year old Alaskan Husky/German Shepherd Mix in need of a loving home.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 12-9-19 6AMA slight chance of sprinkles after 1pm. Mostly sunny, with a high near 82. Calm wind becoming southeast 5 to 9 mph in the morning.
Eye Of The Day Monday 12/9/19It's Monday, December 9. Here are the stories we're keeping our eye on: the impeachment inquiry continues with a hearing in the House Judiciary Committee today, a deadly volcanic eruption in New Zealand, and a popular art piece was eaten.
CBSMiami.com Sunday WeatherMeteorologist Jennifer Correa has your football Sunday weather forecast.
Facing South Florida: MIA’s Forgotten WorkersCBS4's Jim DeFede shares Eulen America's reaction to OSHA fines.
Facing South Florida: Enhanced Interrogation In The War On Terror, Part 2Part 2 of Rudabeh Shahbazi's interview with Philip Mudd, the former deputy director of the CIA Counterterrorism Center And FBI National Security Branch.
Facing South Florida: Enhanced Interrogation In The War On Terror, Part 1Part 1 of Rudabeh Shahbazi's interview with Philip Mudd, the former deputy director of the CIA Counterterrorism Center And FBI National Security Branch.
Don't Know What To Gift This Holiday Season? Tech Expert Highlights Items For EveryoneCBS4's Jennifer Correa talks to tech expert Andrew Felix about gadgets and gifts for the whole family.