Two state Republican leaders added their voices Monday in opposition to a proposed constitutional amendment that would gradually boost the minimum wage to $15 an hour in Florida. Katie Johnston reports.

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CBS4 This Morning Headlines 10/23Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
4 People Shot, Including A Child, In MiamiMiami police are investigating a shooting that killed one person and left three others injured, including a child.
Day 5 Of Early Voting Gets Underway FridayIt is day five of early voting in Florida
Trump Biden Debate Much More Traditional Than The FirstIt was a more traditional debate between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden last night. After a chaotic first debate, this time, each candidate had his mic cut off for the first two minutes of each topic…and there were far fewer interruptions
CBS4 Weather @ Your Desk - 10/23/20 6amFlood watch until noon. A chance of showers, with thunderstorms also possible after 2pm
WEB EXTRA: World's Largest Fountain Unveiled In DubaiThe Palm Fountain in Dubai, UAE was crowned world's largest fountain by Guinness World Records on Thursday (10/22). It features 128 super shooters that reach up to almost 345 feet high and spans over 14,000 square feet of water.
WEB EXTRA: Puppy Born With Green FurDog owners in Italy got a huge surprise when one of their dogs gave birth to a green puppy. Check out the rare little "Pistachio."
Gov. Ron DeSantis Announces State Will Begin Allowing Outdoor Visitation Long-Term Care FacilitiesCBS4's Dave Warren reports the state changes will also allow children to visit long-term care residents.
Political Science Expert: Stark Differences In Presidential Candidates Fueling Early Voting NumbersCBS4's Ty Russell spoke with Charles Zelden, who said this election reminds him of Ronald Reagan versus Jimmy Carter.
President Trump, Former VP Biden Duel On COVID & More In Final DebateCBS4's Skyler Henry shares the details of the final debate, which had a vastly different tone this time around.
Race For Broward Sheriff: Gregory Tony vs. Wayne ClarkCBS4's Ted Scouten previews the important race.
Historic Wildfires Tearing Across ColoradoCBS4's Danya Bacchus has the latest.
COVID Cases Spiking Across The U.S.CBS4's Laura Podesta shares the latest developments from around the nation.
State Attorney's Office Reviewing Incident Involving Uniformed Miami Officer With Pro-Trump Mask At Early Voting Site“While I respect the Officer’s First Amendment right to express his opinion and support any candidate he wishes, I agree with Chief Colina’s statement calling his actions unacceptable,” wrote State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle in a press release. Weather 10-22-20 5PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Thursday night weather forecast.
Florida Reports Highest Number Of New COVID Cases In Months With 5,558CBS4's Joan Murray reports on the fall surge of coronavirus.
Opa-locka Police Department Faces Lawsuit Over Alleged Police BrutalityA Miami Lakes attorney says he plans to sue the city of Opa-locka, its police department, and officers for excessive battery and a violation of civil rights after a violent incident on September 21st in which a man was taken in to custody.
Early Voting Stats 10-22-20According to the Florida Division of Elections, 4.2 million voters have either cast their ballots by mail or in person early voting.
Political Science Expert: Stakes Of Final Presidential Debate More About ‘Votes To Be Lost’ Than GainedCBS4's Ted Scouten spoke with Charles Zelden, a professor at Nova Southeastern University.
President Trump, Joe Biden Gearing Up For Final Presidential Debate Before ElectionCBS4's Skyler Henry previews debate night.
Storm Watch: Parts Of South Florida Flooded By Heavy RainsChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer reports on the extended flood watch.
WEB EXTRA: Would-Be Robber Sought In Pompano BeachBroward Sheriff’s Office detectives are hoping a member of the public will be able to recognize a man who walked into a Pompano Beach business at gunpoint and then walked out without taking anything.
$20,000 Reward Offered In Case Of 6 Critically Endangered Sawfish Found Dead In Everglades CityThere is a $20,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of the person or people involved in the deaths of six critically endangered smalltooth sawfish in Everglades City in Collier County. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Stimulus Talks ContinueHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that a vote could still happen ahead of Election Day on a stimulus package to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic, but signaled that work remains to get an agreement, write legislation and put it on the floor before November 3.

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