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WEB EXTRA: Black-Footed Kittens at San Diego ZooTwo black-footed kittens ventured out of their den recently at the San Diego Zoo to try some food from a care specialist. The kittens were born April 28, 2020 and weighed three ounces at birth. According to the zoo, the kittens will grow to be about two or three pounds and 14-20 inches long.
WEB EXTRA: Dr. Fauci: Current Pandemic Approaching Seriousness Of 1918 PandemicOn Tuesday, Dr. Anthony Fauci said that the current coronavirus pandemic has "the makings of a possibility of being" like the 1918 pandemic. Dr. Fauci was speaking during an online forum hosted by Georgetown University's Institute of Politics and Public.
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WEB EXTRA: Shaq Stops To Help Stuck DriverBasketball star Shaquille O'Neal stopped to help a driver on the side of a road in Florida Monday. Shaq was still there when the authorities arrived.
COVID-19 May Have Long Term Effects On The HeartKarli Barnett reports Dr. Raul Mitrani, with the University of Miami's Cardiovascular Division, said while many may think of it as a respiratory illness, he says it can also impact long-term heart health.
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President Trump Stirs Up Controversy In Remarks About Police BrutalityNatalie Brand reports the president also defended flying the Confederate flag.
Deadline For Miami-Dade Parents To Select School PreferenceParents asked to answer an online survey and select their school preference should the county enter phase 2.
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Gov. DeSantis Met With Dade Mayors Over Coronavirus ConcernsBrooke Shafer reports several mayors in attendance stressed the need for contact tracing.
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Plantation Family Living COVID-19 NightmareCBS4's Eliott Rodriguez reports the whole family contracted the virus and they believe it's because one young member didn't take it seriously.
Trial Of Moderna COVID-19 Shows It Creates Immune ResponseModerna’s next step will be a 30,000-participant Phase 3 study set to start July 27, which will include South Florida facilities.
Miami-Dade Under Microscope For Being The So-Called 'New Epicenter' Of The COVID-19 CrisisCBS4's Ty Russell reports on the governor's roundtable discussion with county mayors.
Roger Stone: 'I Prayed Fervently' To Have Prison Sentence CommutedStone sat down with CBS4's Jim DeFede for his first local news interview since President Donald Trump’s last-minute decision to commute his 40-month prison term for lying to Congress, obstruction of justice and witness tampering.
Cardiologist Warns COVID-19 Could Have Long-Lasting Impact On Heart HealthCBS4's Karli Barnett spoke with Dr. Raul Mitrani, who is with the University of Miami's Cardiovascular Division.
Jim DeFede Shares His Takeaways From Interview With Roger StoneThis was Stone's first local news interview since President Donald Trump commuted his prison sentence.
Miami-Dade's COVID-19 Positivity Rate Over 30% AgainCBS4's Ty Russell reports on the governor's roundtable discussion with county mayors.

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