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WEB EXTRA: Crews Battle Glass Fire By AirThousands have been evacuated as fires burn in Northern California. Crews were battling the Glass Fire in Sonoma County by air Monday, trying to slow the flames and save homes and other structures.
WEB EXTRA: Sonoma County Orange Glow In Sky As Smoke Covers The RegionLook at the orange/yellow glow in the sky over part of Sonoma County, CA Monday as smoke from the Glass Fire impacts the area.
WEB EXTRA: Stage For First Presidential DebateThe first 2020 presidential debate is Tuesday night, and final preps are underway in the debate hall. Here’s a look at the stage President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will take in Cleveland, Ohio.
WEB EXTRA: Curious Penguins Check Out GoPro CameraThese curious little penguins inspected a camera in their enclosure at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia. The zoo shared last month, saying: “Our little penguins were very inquisitive when we recently dropped in our GoPro!”
WEB EXTRA: Belugas Swim in New Open Water Sanctuary For First TimeThese beluga whales, “Little Grey” and “Little White,” swam around their new open water sanctuary in Iceland for first the first time.
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New Board Game Teaches People How To Interact With The PoliceElise Preston reports the game was developed by a defense attorney and aims to teach children and adults how to respond if they are stopped by the police.
Miami Police Officer To Finish His 'Live Like Bella' Bike RideOfficer Joe McCrink set out to ride a thousand miles and raise money during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
Trending: Universal Orlando' s New VelociCoasterUniversal Studios Orlando has announced a new VelciCoaster in their Jurrasic Park land.
Trending: Chrissy Teigen HospitalizedModel Chrissy Teigen was hospitalized after a scary situation involving pregnancy bleeding.
CBS4 Forecast For Tuesday 9/29CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says today will be partly cloudy and steamy with a slight chance for spotty afternoon storms.
Miami-Dade, Broward School Boards To Discuss Reopening PlansThe school boards of Miami-Dade and Broward will meet Tuesday to discuss their respective opening schedules.
CBS4 This Morning Headlines 9/29Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
New Concerns About Reopening FloridaBrooke Shafer reports local leaders and health experts will meet to discuss Phase 3 reopenings. Weather 9/29 6AMSunshine and clouds mixed. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible.
Campaign 2020: Stage Is Set For First Presidential DebateLaura Podesta reports President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will square off in a highly anticipated debate.
Eye On The Day 8/29Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: the first 2020 presidential debate is tonight in Cleveland, wildfires burn through California’s wine country, and CDC guidance for Thanksgiving during the pandemic. Weather 9-28-20 11PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Monday night weather forecast.
Body Camera Captures Take Down Of Former Trump Campaign Manager Brad ParscaleCBS4's Eliott Rodriguez reports Parscale was hospitalized for a mental health evaluation following the incident.
UM Looking For Volunteers As Search For COVID Vaccine Enters Phase 3 Of Clinical TrialsCBS4's Karli Barnett spoke with Dr. Dushyantha Jayaweera, the principal investigator for Janssen’s UM site.
Local Leaders Keeping Close Eye On Bars As Counties Enter Phase 3 ReopeningCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports on the worries from local leaders.
UM Researchers Looking For Volunteers As They Enter Phase 3 Of COVID Vaccine Clinical TrialsCBS4's Karli Barnett spoke with the researchers, who are feeling optimistic.
Biden, Trump Gearing Up For First Presidential Debate On TuesdayCBS4's Eliott Rodriguez shares what the president and his challenger are saying ahead of the debate.
Miami Dade College Welcomes Back Students Enrolled In Blended ClassesStill, some faculty and students at the college still feel that it's safer to be completely online.

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