An iconic Miami-Dade restaurant is closing at the end of the month as “another victim of the pandemic.”

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Iconic Restaurant Forced To Close Due To The PandemicAn iconic Miami-Dade restaurant is closing at the end of the month as “another victim of the pandemic.”
Will There Be Another Stimulus Package?Lawmakers continue to debate a new stimulus package to help those affected by the coronavirus.
Plantation Gym Owner Arrested AgainA Plantation gym owner has been arrested for the third for failing to follow the county's reopening guidelines.
WEB EXTRA: Most and Least Pet-Friendly Cities In The U.S.WalletHub is out with its 2020 list of most pet friendly cities in the U.S. Here’s a look at the top 10 and bottom 10. See if your city made the list.
WEB EXTRA: BSO Releases Video Of Wanted Jet Ski ShooterBSO investigators are looking for the person who shot another man while riding a jet ski.
Miami Lighthouse For The Blind and Visually Impaired Provides Meals To Needy Families With Blind or Visually Impaired ChildrenMiami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired provided meals to needy families with blind or visually impaired children who have been economically affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. These meals came from Perricone's Marketplace & Cafe restaurant in Miami.
WEB EXTRA: Young Gorilla Tries To Play With DadIf you are home with kids during coronavirus-related shutdowns, can you relate to this? A staff member at the Fort Worth Zoo took this video Tuesday of 4-year-old gorilla Gus trying to play with his dad... who just wasn't having it!
WEB EXTRA: Baby Turtles Released Into OceanThese baby sea turtles splashed into the ocean for the first time in Bali, Indonesia on Friday. About 10,000 were released. Organizers say they hatched at the Bali Sea Turtles Conservation from eggs found on beaches.
CBSMiami.com Weather 8/7 12PMPartly to mostly sunny with slight chance for showers.
US Added More Jobs Than Expected Last MonthMichael George reports those July numbers reveal a resurgence of the coronavirus is cooling down economic growth this summer.
Non-Profit Provides Nurse Family With A Temporary HomeBrooke Shafer reports a fire destroyed their home last week. They now have a two bedroom apartment to live in rent free for the next several months.
Negotiations On New Coronavirus Relief Package StallSkyler Henry reports President Trump could be preparing to take action on his own.
Florida Reports 7,600 New Coronavirus CasesMore than 8,000 deaths in state attributed to COVID-19
Plantation Gym Owner Arrested For Third Time For Violating County's Mask MandateJoan Murray reports Mike Carnevale is among several business owners who say masks are intrusive.
'It's An Epic Rivalry', Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Pushes To Reschedule Florida-FSU Football GameSaying it would be good for the state to keep the famed rivalry going, Governor Ron DeSantis said he will push to get the annual football game between Florida State and the University of Florida rescheduled. Katie Johnston reports.
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SpaceX Launches Satellites Into SpaceRocket carried 57 Starlink satellites.
Trending: Dirty Dancing SequelBaby is getting out of the corner and ready to have the time of her life again. The movie "Dirty Dancing" is getting a sequel and Jennifer Grey will reprise her role as Frances "Baby" Houseman.
CBS4 Forecast For Friday 8/7CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says today will be partly cloudy with steamy sun. There's a slight chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon.
Back To School Sales Tax Holiday BeginsThe holiday runs through Sunday
School Reopenings Become Flashpoint As Coronavirus Cases RiseElise Preston reports some schools are having second thoughts about reopening.
Broward Sees Drop In Number Positive Coronavirus Test ResultsBrooke Shafer reports city and county leaders are urging residents not to let their guard down and to keep following the reopening guidelines.
CBS4 This Morning Headlines 8/7Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
Eye On The Day 8/7Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: A widely used coronavirus model says there could be around 300,000 U.S. deaths by the end of 2020, New York State is suing to dissolve the NRA, and WalletHub looks at America’s most pet-friendly cities.

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