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CBS4 This Morning Headlines 9/18Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning. Weather 9/18 6AMPartly cloudy skies this morning, showers or thunderstorms possible in the afternoon.
Eye On The Day 9/18Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden campaigned in battleground states last night, Hurricane Sally cleanup continues in FL and AL, and Moderna says it expects to know if its COVID-19 vaccine works by November.
Tropical Depression 22 Forms In Gulf Of MexicoIt is forecast to become a tropical storm on Friday. Weather 9-17-20 11PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Thursday night weather forecast.
President Trump Visits Crucial State Of Wisconsin Where Poll Shows Biden LeadingCBS4's Natalie Brand has more from the campaign trail.
Tracking The Tropics 9-17-20 11PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer is following the latest developments in the tropics.
Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho's Foundation Under Investigation Over K12 DonationCBS4's Ty Russell reports on the $1.57 million donation drawing scrutiny.
WEB EXTRA: Eerie Orange Glow Over Antelope Valley, CaSmoke from the Bobcat Fire in California caused an orange tint over Antelope Valley on Thursday (9/17). A helicopter caught the eerie glow.
Foundation Headed By Superintendent Alberto Carvalho Under Investigation For Donation From K12CBS4's Ty Russell reports on the details of the investigation by the Office of the Inspector General for Miami-Dade County Public Schools.
South Florida Jewish Organizations Helping Residents Who Can't Attend Rosh Hashanah ServicesCBS4's Dave Warren reports on how they are going the extra mile for the Jewish New Year.
Investigation Launched Into Alberto Carvalho’s NonprofitCBS4's Joan Murray reports the investigation comes as he addressed return to classroom safety on Thursday.
CBS4 Exclusive: 1-On-1 With Outgoing Miami Police Chief Jorge ColinaCBS4's Peter D'Oench sat down with Colina, who is set to retire in January of 2021.
New Mayflower Marking Anniversary Of Trip From England To AmericaCBS4's Ian Lee reports on the new mission.
Seeing Eye Dogs Helping Visually Impaired With Social DistancingCBS4's Michael George reports on what we can all do to help.
Scammers Stealing People's Identities To Apply For Jobless BenefitsCBS4's Jericka Duncan reports on the security alert.
860K Americans File For Unemployment Last WeekClaims have steadily improved after hitting an all-time high of 6 million back in March. Weather 9-17-20 5PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Thursday evening weather forecast.
President Trump Stumping In Wisconsin While Challenger Joe Biden Visits Swing State Of PennsylvaniaCBS4's Natalie Brand reports on the latest from the campaign trail.
Search On Missing Boater Off Haulover BeachThe missing man was identified by police as 27-year-old Zach Forte. He was wearing a grey and dark red shirt, police said.
1 Dead, 1 Missing After Slow Moving Sally Leaves Trail Of DestructionCBS4's Skyler Henry reports from Spanish Fort, Alabama.
Tracking The Tropics 9-17-20 5PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer is tracking the latest developments in the Atlantic.
EXCLUSIVE: Miami Police Chief Jorge Colina On Retirement DecisionCBS4's Peter D'Oench sat down with Colina for an exclusive one-on-one with Colina, who is stepping down in January of 2021.
Are The Dolphins As Bad As They Looked Week 1?Sportsline NFL senior analyst Larry Hartstein looks at the Week 2 matchup between the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins. Larry explains why the Bills are top contenders this season. Katie Johnston reports.

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