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Miami-Dade, Broward Mayors Address Rising COVID Numbers In Their CountiesJoan Murray reports Broward Mayor Steve Geller said the county's two week positivity rate was about 7.47 percent and inching up.
Death Sentences Upheld In Davie Waffle House MurdersThe state's Supreme Court has upheld the death sentences of a man convicted of murdering two Davie Waffle House employees in 2002. Katie Johnston reports.
WEB EXTRA: "Hope Is On The Horizon": Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava On Coronavirus Pandemic & VaccineMiami-Dade Mayor Danielle Levine Cava held a virtual news conference on Friday to tell the public to stay strong, keep following safety guidelines to prevent spread of COVID-19, and said "Hope is on the horizon" referencing the vaccine which will soon be in South Florida.
WEB EXTRA: Stranded Giraffe Rescued From IslandWildlife conservationists in Kenya carried out a rescue mission on Wednesday to save a giraffe stranded on an island due to rising flood water. The mission took months to plan. Six other endangered giraffes will also be moved. Check out "Asiwa's" journey to her new sanctuary!
President-Elect Joe Biden Will Ask Everyone To Wear A Mask For 100 DaysSkyler Henry reports President Donald Trump and President-elect Joe Biden are both calling on Congress to pass another coronavirus relief package. Weather 12/4 6AMA mix of clouds and sun during the morning will give way to cloudy skies this afternoon.
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CBS4 Forecast For Friday 12/4CBS4 meteorologist Jennifer Correa says a mix of clouds and sun during the morning will give way to cloudy skies this afternoon.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz Loses Bid To Head Important Congressional CommitteeRep. Wasserman Schultz was looking to head the House Appropriations Committee.
Trending: Mariah Carey CookiesMariah Carey is launching her own line of cookies which come in a variety of flavors.
Two Men Charged In Deadly Seminole Hard Rock Casino ShootingDion Brown and Jaleel Thomas charged in the murder of Pierre LaCroze.
Shed Fire Led To Explosion In Lauderdale LakesShed fire spread to two others, no one was hurt.
Looming Lockdown Coming After Another Record Setting DayDebra Alfarone reports there have been more than 14-million confirmed coronavirus cases in the U-S, and over 276-thousand COVID-19 deaths.
CBS4 Morning Headlines 12/4/2020Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Worried About Hospital CapacityBrooke Shafer reports Levine Cava described the situation as "grave." Weather 12-3-20 11PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Thursday night weather forecast.
Local Charities Feeling The COVID Pandemic SqueezeCBS4's Dave Warren reports how South Florida charities are being stretched thin.
Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Public Needs To Understand ‘Just How Grave This Situation Is’CBS4's Ty Russell spoke with the county mayor about concerns over hospitalization rates.
South Florida Charities Stretched Thin Trying To Help People In NeedCBS4's Dave Warren reports on the struggles local charities are facing.
COVID Q&A: Mario Ariza Discusses SunSentinel Investigation Into How Gov. DeSantis Has Tried To Mislead Public & Downplay RiskIn his reporting, Ariza found, among other things, that the DeSantis administration had ordered public health officials to not discuss the pandemic with the public.
Miami-Dade Mayor Delivers Sober Warning On Rising COVID HospitalizationsCBS4's Ty Russell spoke with Daniella Levine Cava, who plans to hold a news conference within the next few days to talk about hospitals and capacity.
Doctors Warning Against Germicidal Lamps As COVID Disinfectant Tool As Can Be 'Very Toxic' To EyesCBS4's Brooke Shafer reports the good news is the injury can heal fast with proper treatment.
South Florida's Less Fortunate Depending On Food Giveaways, Gift-Card Distributions During PandemicCBS4's Hank Tester reports economists say it will be many months before some folks go back to work. And if they do, it might be for fewer dollars and fewer benefits.

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