Jim DeFede's guests were Asher Lieberman, Jolie Dreiling and Genna Grodin.
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Your CBS4 Forecast For Thursday 7/16A 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after noon. Mostly sunny, with a high near 91. Heat index values as high as 102.
Experts Say Avoid 'Broken Heart Syndrome' During COVID-19 By Staying Connected With Loved OnesA recent study found that cases of stress cardiomyopathy, also known as 'broken heart syndrome,' doubled in the first two months of the pandemic.
Miami Proud: Big Brothers Big Sisters Of Broward's BIG Pride Program Focuses On LGBTQ YouthNik Harris knew that she wanted to be a mentor, and said that if she “held on long enough to be in a position I could help some other kid that I was going to do it.” As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, she got that chance, through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward County with the new program BIG Pride.
Miami-Dade County Sending Out More than 332K Vote-By-Mail Ballots Starting TodayVote By Mail ballots will begin arriving in your mailboxes soon for the August 18 primary, if you requested one.
Banksy Strikes AgainStreet artist Banksy strikes again with a COVID-19 message
Caught On Camera: Alligator Attacks KayakerVideo shows an alligator charging at a kayaker, tipping it over
CBS Sports NBA Writer James Herbert On The Miami Heat & Jimmy ButlerThe CBS Sports.com NBA writer talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about Jimmy Butler, what he likes about the Miami Heat and their chances of making a deep playoff run this year.
Hackers Attack High Profile Accounts On TwitterA massive Twitter hack affected the accounts of some of the world's richest and most influential politicians, celebrities, tech moguls and companies.
Criteria For Reopening Miami-Dade County SchoolsMiami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho laid out the criteria that needs to be met in order for schools to reopen in the Fall.
CBS4 This Morning Headlines 7/16Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
WEB EXTRA: Eye on the Day July 16EYE ON THE DAY: Mask mandates across the U.S., updates on school reopenings, and Kanye West will be on a state’s ballot in November. What do you think of his presidential run?
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 7-16-20 6AMA 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after noon. Mostly sunny, with a high near 91. Heat index values as high as 102.
CBSMiami.com Weather 07-15-20 11PMMeteorologist Dave Warren has your Wednesday night weather forecast.
Police Investigating Sexual Assault Of Teen At Fort Lauderdale Basketball CourtCBS4's David Sutta shares the details of the case.
Twitter Suffers Major Security BreachCBS4's Lauren Pastrana reports several high-profile accounts were hacked.
Miami-Dade Leading State-Wide Surge Of New Coronavirus CasesCBS4's Ty Russell shares the latest local developments.
Broward Could Shutdown Again Over Surging COVID CasesCBS4's Mike Cugno spoke with Vice Mayor Steven Geller about the concern.
WEB EXTRA: Wedding Held At Senior Living Community For Bride's GrandmaA couple in Arizona held their wedding outside a senior home so the bride's grandmother could attend the ceremony.
Miami-Dade County Continues To Lead State-Wide SurgeCBS4's Ty Russell shares the latest local developments.
Back To The WildIt's back to the wild for a couple of South Florida manatees. They were nursed back to health and released on Wednesday.
Inter Miami Loses 2-1 To Philadelphia UnionInter Miami's chance of advancing is now slim to none.
South Florida Volunteers For Coronavirus Vaccine Trials NeededCBS4's Hank Tester spoke with Dr. Howard Schwartz, the Chief Medical Officer for Research Centers of America.
New Inventions Coming Out To Help Keep People Safe During PandemicCBS4's Michael George reports on these new inventions.