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Public Memorial Thursday For George FloydMichael George reports members of Floyd's family will attend the memorial.
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Eye On The Day 6/4Here are a few of the stories we are keeping an eye on: A memorial in Minneapolis for George Floyd, James Mattis criticizes President Trump, and Las Vegas casinos reopen today. Will you be planning a trip?
CBSMiami.com Weather 06-03-20 11PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Wednesday night weather forecast.
South Florida Excluded From State's Phase 2 Reopening PlanCBS4's Mike Cugno spoke with local restaurant managers who said a delay would help with adjusting to the rules.
South Florida Politicians, Religious Leaders Discuss Legislating Change After George Floyd’s DeathCBS4's David Sutta has more on Wednesday virtual conference call.
WEB EXTRA: Horse Recused After Being Trapped In Wooden BridgePlantation Fire Rescue, with the help of Davie Fire Rescue, saved "Vertigo" the horse.
Coral Gables Police Chief Ed Hudak Policing Standards, Protests & More"Police brutality is something we are facing across the country," he said.
Horse Rescue Underway In Plantation“Vertigo” the horse fell through a wooden bridge and is trapped.
Miami Historian Offers Perspective About Recent George Floyd ProtestsCBS4's Hank Tester spoke with Marvin Dunn, a noted scholar and retired FIU professor.
CBSMiami.com Weather 06-03-20 6PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Wednesday evening weather forecast.
Social Media Helping Out Black-Owned BusinessesCBS4's Lisa Petrillo reports how black-owned restaurants hope you will support them through protests and beyond.
Talking To Your Kids About RacismCBS4's Elise Preston shares tips from Dr. Nia Heard-Garris, who studies racism and its impact on children at Chicago’s Lurie Children’s Hospital.
Coronavirus Cases Rising Across Half Of U.S. StatesCBS4's Tom Hanson reports on the new concerns from health experts on protesters targeted by tear gas.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Allows State, Excluding South Florida, To Enter Phase 2DeSantis made his announcement at Universal Parks and Resorts, which opened to passholders for Wednesday and Thursday, and will open to the public on Friday.
Powerful Protests Playing Out In Our Nation's CapitalCBS4's Natalie Brand has the latest developments from Capitol Hill.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Announces Florida National Guard Troops Headed To D.C.The governor said 500 members of the Florida National Guard were en route to Washington, D.C to assist during the police-brutality protests that have gripped the nation's capital.
CBS4 Exclusive: Inside The Miami Police Department's Real Time Crime CenterCBS4's Ted Scouten got an inside look at Miami PD's Real Time Crime Center, which has helped differentiate peaceful protesters from agitators.
Caravan For Change Makes Its Way Through Hallandale BeachCBS4's Joan Murray shares more on Wednesday demonstration.
Derek Chauvin Now Facing 2nd-Degree Unintentional Murder In George Floyd’s DeathCBS4's Skyler Henry reports the three other officers involved are also being charged.
WEB EXTRA: Defense Sec. Mark Esper Against Invoking The Insurrection ActDefense Secretary Mark Esper said on Wednesday that he does not support invoking the Insurrection Act, which would allow the president to deploy the U.S. military if a governor or state legislature asks for help to settle unrest.
WEB EXTRA: Protesters Kneel Together At March For George FloydProtesters kneeled together for 30 seconds of silence at a march in honor of George Floyd in Houston, Texas Tuesday afternoon. His family was also there. Floyd was from Texas and his funeral is planned for June 8 in Houston.
WEB EXTRA: Peaceful Protest At Lincoln MemorialA peaceful protest was held at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday. Protesters marched to the landmark and sat every nine blocks for nine minutes to represent the eight minutes and 46 seconds that George Floyd was held down by a Minnesota police officer. The protest ended before the 7 pm curfew.

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