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CBSMiami.com Weather 3-4-21 11PMCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren has your Thursday weather forecast.
2,800 Doses Given Out At MDC North Campus Vaccination Site On ThursdayCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports some people were turned away because they were missing their medical exemption form.
WEB EXTRA: Teen Saves Friends Life With CPR Skills Learned The Day BeforeA teenage girl in Florida learned CPR on February 19. On February 20, she and her friend were in a car accident and those CPR skills came in handy. Take a look.
WEB EXTRA: VP Harris Casts Tie-Breaking Vote To Start Debate On COVID-19 Relief BillVice President Kamala Harris cast the tie-breaking vote in the Senate on Thursday (3/4) to allow debate to begin on the COVID-19 relief bill.
Clinics Seeing Rise In Patients With Allergy Symptoms Afraid They Have CoronavirusCBS4's Bobeth Yates reports how to spot the differences between the symptoms of allergies and COVID.
Miami-Dade's FEMA Vaccination Site Had To Turn People Away Due To Lack Of Medical Exemption FormCBS4's Jessica Vallejo shares the details. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3qgz13w
The Boring Company Officials Meet With Miami Mayor Francis Suarez On TunnelsOne of the sites discussed was the Brickell Avenue bridge of the Miami River.
Rally Held To Protest Possible Reopening Of Homestead Migrant FacilityProtesters say the conditions inside are not safe for children, especially amid the pandemic and are concerned about long-term mental health effects.
'Robert Is Here' Fruit Stand Survives During Pandemic Thanks To Drive-Thru IdeaCBS4's Hank Tester reports how "Robert Is Here" pivoted during the pandemic.
Gov. DeSantis Fires Back At Report About Alleged Vaccine FavoritismThe Miami Herald reported that members of the Ocean Reef Club, an exclusive enclave in Key Largo, received first doses by Jan. 22, when many seniors in Floridians were still scrambling to sign up for shots.
Put Your Devices Away On Friday For National Day Of UnpluggingCBS4's Nancy Chen shares how some people plan to spend their day without devices.
‘Tiger King’ Star Joe Exotic To Release Tell-All MemoirThe former zoo-owner wrote the memoir as he serves a 22-year federal prison sentence over a murder-for-hire plot to kill his rival, Big Cat Rescue CEO Carole Baskin.
Meghan Markle Accuses Royal Family Of ‘Perpetuating Falsehoods’CBS4's Tina Kraus shares the latest details out of Buckingham Palace.
Motor Vehicle Deaths Rose 8% In 2020CBS4's Michael George reports on the preliminary estimates from the National Safety Council.
Photographer Snaps Pics Of Four Endangered Florida Panthers At Same TimeCBS4's Ted Scouten spoke with Ezra Van, the man behind the camera.
Less Than 2 Months After Capitol Crisis, Security On High Alert Again Following Warning Of Potential AttackCBS4's Natalie Brand reports from the Capitol.
Police Make Arrest In Connection To Brutal Attack On Miami Beach Hotel ManagerCBS4's Peter D'Oench reports police tracked down Tehronn Greene Norristown, Pennsylvania.
Former Plantation Gym Owners Who Allegedly Refused To Enforce Masks At Center Facing Possible Jail TimeMike and Jillian Carnevale appeared before a judge Thursday as part of the Broward County mask lawsuit by Anthony Sabatini.
COVID Stats Snapshot 3-4-21The Florida Department of Health reported another 6,118 new coronavirus cases on Thursday.
Florida Teachers Of All Ages Can Now Receive COVID-19 VaccineCBS4's Joan Murray shares the details of the expansion.
Nearly 70 Pounds Of Cocaine Found In Plastic Wrapped Bale Off Upper KeysA person snorkeling near Craig Key on Wednesday found near nearly 70 pounds of cocaine in a plastic wrapped bale. Katie Johnston reports.
Britain's Prince Philip Recovering At HospitalBritain's Prince Philip is recovering at the hospital and the Royal Family finds itself at odds over Ophah Winfrey interview with Harry and Meghan Markle.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 3-4-21 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
Republicans Vow To Delay Federal Relief BillSenate Republicans are vowing to delay the coronavirus federal relief bill.

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