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Retired Florida Teacher Swims 12 Miles Around Key West To Raise Scholarship MoneySteven Becker and a friend of his from college had a big goal in mind when they planned to swim 12 miles around Key West. Katie Johnston reports.
Bill That Would Rename Coral Reef After Late State Rep. Kristin Jacobs Goes To Gov. DeSantisA proposal to name a coral-reef system after the late state Rep. Kristin Jacobs, a Broward County Democrat and leader on environmental issues, has gone to Gov. Ron DeSantis. Katie Johnston reports.
Florida Congressman Urges 'Endangered Status' For Manatees Dying At 'Staggering' RateFour years after federal wildlife officials reclassified manatees from endangered to threatened, U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan, R-Fla., called Monday for a reversal of the decision. Katie Johnston reports.
WEB EXTRA: Jewelry Store in Turkey Has Squirrel Security GuardA jewelry store in Turkey has a one-of-a-kind security system to protect its money. Meet Memocan, the squirrel security guard.
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CBS4 Forecast For Tuesday 6/15/2021CBS4 meteorologist Jennifer Correa says another round of storms will fire up Tuesday afternoon, the biggest threat will be lightning.
Street Renaming In Honor Of Late Congressman Alcee HastingsThe name change will be on NW 8th Street in Broward's municipal services district.
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Returned To The StudioLaura Podesta reports it was a big return to "normalcy."
CBS4 News Morning Update 6/15/2021Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
President Biden To Attend Summit Of European CouncilIan Lee reports he then heads to Geneva, Switzerland for Wednesday's meeting with Vladimir Putin.
Storms Damaged Homes In DavieBrooke Shafer reports a storm tore through the Park City West neighborhood in Davie, just before noon Monday.
Tropical Storm Bill Racing Away From U.S.Jennifer Correa reports Tropical Storm Bill is expected to dissipate on Wednesday as it moves over colder water. Weather 6/15/2021 6AMPartly to mostly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms. Weather 6-14-21 11PMCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren has your Monday night weather forecast.
Deadly Boynton Beach Shooting Continues Rise In Gun ViolenceCBS4's Austin Carter reports one died and three more were hurt.
Study Finds Warmer Temps, Increased Humidity & Higher Levels Of UV Radiation Associated With Decreased COVID TransmissionCBS4's Peter D'Oench explains. Read more:
Strong Storms Damage Several Davie HomesCBS4's Karli Barnett spoke with residents who believe they witnesses a tornado.
Deputies: Grandmother Murdered In Publix Shooting Prevented Even Bigger TragedyAn update from investigators on Monday said “the interaction between the suspect and grandmother may have caused the gun to malfunction causing the suspect to have to reload.”
Futurist Bruce Turkel Shares What A Post-Pandemic World Could Look LikeCBS4's Hank Tester spoke to Turkel about his "Tri-Life" concept.
Miami-Dade Once Again Accepting Applications For Rent ReliefApplications can be submitted Monday, June 14th through Friday, June 25th.
Job Fair Held At loanDepot park As Marlins Look To Fill Several PositionsFor a list of other companies hiring, visit:
Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nunez Says More Must Be Done To Stop Florida’s ‘Disturbing’ Rise In Human Trafficking CasesShe said Florida ranks among the third highest in the number of human trafficking cases reported across the country.
With A Fully-Vaccinated Audience, 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' Returns To Ed Sullivan TheaterCBS4's Michael George spoke with the lucky fans.
New Research Is Looking At How Heat, Humidity & UV Rays May Impact The Spread Of COVIDCBS4's Dina Demetrius explains how South Florida's sticky summertime weather could suppress the spread of the coronavirus.

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