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Florida Tourism Improves In Early 2021 But Still Struggles Due To PandemicFlorida’s tourism industry saw improvement during the first three months of 2021, but the number of visitors was still down 14 percent from a year earlier as the state continued to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic. Katie Johnston reports. Weather 5/17/2021 12PMMix of sun and clouds with highs in the low to mid 80s.
Businesses Grapple With Latest CDC Mask Use GuidanceLaura Podesta reports there is jubilation – and confusion – in response to new CDC guidelines that suggest fully vaccinated individuals no longer need to wear masks in most indoor and outdoor settings.
Florida Lawmakers Reconvene On Gambling CompactThe are considering a 30 year deal between the state and the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
Protest Of New Development On Property Where Norman Bros. Produce Has Been For YearsTed Scouten reports homeowners in the Kendall neighborhood of Glenvar Heights are fighting mad and fighting back.
Rep. Matt Gaetz Associate Joel Greenberg Pleaded Guilty To Federal ChargesSkyler Henry reports Greenberg pleaded guilty to several federal charges today including sex trafficking a minor as part of a cooperation agreement.
No End In Sight To Israeli-Palestinian ConflictIan Lee reports nearly 2-hundred Palestinians and at least 10 Israelis have died so far.
Missing Miami Teen Diani Carolina Gomez Found Dead Near MarinaBrooke Shafer reports the teen's uncle was the one who found her body along NW 79th Street near the Pelican Harbor Marina.
Miami-Dade Police Investigating Reported Home Invasion RobberyPolice have searched home and are canvassing the area for evidence.
Florida Gas Prices Hold Relatively Steady As Stations Recover From Fuel Demand DelugeFlorida gas prices have held relatively steady even after last week's Colonial Pipeline outage led to a deluge of demand for gasoline. Katie Johnston reports.
Florida Lawmakers Begin Special Session On Gambling As Seminole Tribe Tries To Ease Concerns About DealAs lawmakers prepare to decide whether to approve a $2.5 billion gambling deal with the Seminole Tribe of Florida, the tribe is trying to calm concerns about part of the agreement that could open the door to the legalization of online betting in the state. Katie Johnston reports.
'The Neighborhood's Sheaun McKinney Excited About Season Four RenewalLisa Petrillo spoke with Sheaun McKinney, who plays Malcolm on the show, about its past and future.
Spending Hours On Video Calls Could Lead To 'Zoom Fatigue'Naomi Ruchim reports it's more than just exhaustion and there are ways to get out of that virtual funk.
Wynwood Rally In Support Of Palestinian PeopleBobeth Yates reports the group march back and forth from Wynnewood to Midtown with a uniform message against the Israel and Palestinian conflict.
Trending: Miss UniverseMiss Mexico Andrea Meza was crowned Miss Universe at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on Sunday night.
CBS4 Forecast For Monday 5/17/2021CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says today will be a mix of sun and clouds with afternoon highs in the low to mid 80s.
CBSMiami News Update 5/17/2021 8AMCBSMiami News Update 5/17/2021 8AM Weather 5/17/2021 6AMToday will be a mix of sun and clouds with afternoon highs in the low to mid 80s.
Panthers Lose 5-4 To Lighting In Game 1 Of Playoff SeriesMike Cugno reports the Panthers had won their last six games of the regular season, including the final two against the Lightning before the return of several of their top players.
Houston Police Found Missing TigerTom Hanson reports the nine-month-old big cat was last seen roaming in a neighborhood.
Head Of CDC Faced New Questions Regarding Surprise 'About Face' On MasksLilia Luciano reports Dr. Rochelle Walensky insists if you're vaccinated you're safe. It's the unvaccinated who are at risk.
Heavy Fighting Continues Between Israeli Forces And Gaza MilitantsLaura Podesta reports at least 197 Palestinians, 58 of them children, have been killed according to the Gaza Health Ministry. 10 Israelis have been killed, two of them children.
CBS4 News Morning Headlines 5/17/2021Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
Lauderhill Police Searching For Levan McKenzieLevan McKenzie, 72, was last seen Thursday in the area of NW 8th Street and 38th Avenue.

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