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Stage Set For Inaugural Nat Moore TrophyMonday night is a big night for high school football, as one of four top local athletes will be awarded the first-ever Nat Moore Trophy.
Trump Blockade Has Caused Tourism Drought In CubaCuba’s tourism industry is suffering after the Trump administration has once again made it more difficult for Americans to visit the communist-run island. Katie Johnston reports.
Florida School Administrator May Be Demoted, Have Pay Cut For Flasher CostumeA Broward school administrator may be demoted and forced to take a pay cut after she showed up at a Halloween party dressed as a flasher. Katie Johnston reports.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 12-10-19 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
Death Toll Continues To Climb After Volcano EruptionA volcano eruption in New Zealand is believed to have claimed more lives.
Bill Cosby Loses AppealComedian Bill Cosby loses appeal of sexual assault conviction.
16-Year-Old Appears In Court, Accused Of Making Threats To Broward SchoolA 16-year-old accused of making violent threats against Cypress Bay High School in Weston was in court on Tuesday.
UPS Driver Frank Ordonez To Be Laid To RestThe 27-year-old UPS driver killed during a police shootout in Miramar will be laid to rest on Tuesday.
Articles Of Impeachment UnveiledHouse Democrats unveiled articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
WEB EXTRA: House Democrats Announce Two Articles Of ImpeachmentREP. NADLER (D-NY): "NO ONE - NOT EVEN THE PRESIDENT - IS ABOVE THE LAW." The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee announced two articles of impeachment against President Trump at a press conference on Tuesday. The first article is for abuse of power, and the second is for obstruction of Congress. President Trump responded to the announcement on Twitter, calling it a "WITCH HUNT!"
WEB EXTRA: Time Lapse Video As Crews Setup For First CBS4 Nat Moore Trophy SpecialHere is time lapse video as crews set up at Hard Rock Stadium ahead of our first Nat Moore Trophy special presentation.
Special Significance Or Cool Coincidence? Final Full Moon Of Decade Peaks On 12/12 At 12:12The last full moon of the decade could have special significance if you are into numerology. Katie Johnston reports.
NBA All Star Jimmy Butler Gives Back To Community During Art BaselJimmy Butler teamed up with Miami artist D’ana Nunez to refurbish a basketball court and surrounding park for the community to enjoy.
Mentoring Matters: Mentor Uses Hip Hop To Open Students Up To New ThingsLauren Pastrana reports mentors often help their mentees get on the "path" to success and for some that path includes lessons in hip hop.
Inaugural CBS4 Nat Moore Trophy Will Be Awarded Tuesday NightJim Berry reports the award will go to the best high school football player in South Florida.
Talkin' With Joe 12/10WQAM's Joe Rose on CBS4 Nat Moore Trophy being awarded tonight.
Miami Church VandalizedThree people were caught on camera vandalizing a Miami church.
Third Teen Arrested In Cypress Bay High School ThreatSchool employees received emails and texts that there would be a shooting at the school.
House Democrats To Introduce Two Articles Of Impeachment Against President TrumpLaura Podesta reports the two articles to cite abuse of power and obstruction of Congress
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UPS Driver Frank Ordonez Will Be Laid To Rest TuesdayAmber Diaz reports the Ordonez family said after the funeral their work will begin, they want accountability for his death.
Your CBS4 Forecast For Tuesday 12/10CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says today will be a mix of sun and clouds with a high near 84F.
Eye On The Day 12/10Here are the stories we're keeping our eye on: incoming articles of impeachment against President Trump, at least six people are dead after the volcanic eruption in New Zealand, and financial New Year's resolutions.

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