Foam used to soften the sound made by the machines can deteriorate and project tiny particles and gases that can irritate airways, cause headaches and possibly be toxic or carry cancer risks, according to the company.
Health Officials More Americans To Get VaccinatedBrooke Shafer reports the Centers for Disease Control announced on Tuesday that fully vaccinated people in communities with substantial or high COVID transmission should once again wear face masks in some indoor public settings.
CBS4 News Morning Headlines 7/28/2021Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
Broward Sheriff Deputies Investigate Shooting In Deerfield BeachIt happened near 6th Avenue and NE 40th Street.
CBSMiami.com Weather 7/28/2021 6AMMostly sunny early, then thunderstorms developing this afternoon.
CBSMiami.com Weather 7-27-21 11PMCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Tuesday night weather forecast.
Start Of Florida's Lobster Mini Season Just Minutes AwayCBS4's Karli Barnett has more on what to expect.
CDC Does About Face On Masks For Fully Vaccinated As Delta Variants Runs RampantCBS4's Joel Waldman shares the reaction for local doctors.
America's Economy Still Rebounding From Pandemic As Wall Street Continues To Bounce From Green To RedCharles Sachs, chief investment officer for Kaufman Rossin Wealth, joined CBS4 News at 7 to discuss inflation, the housing market and more.
CDC Says Students Should Mask Up In SchoolCBS4's Joel Waldman shares what's going on locally.
Cleveland Clinic Weston Once Again #1 Hospital In Miami-Fort Lauderdale Metro AreaThis is the fourth year in a row for Cleveland Clinic Weston.
Inside Cuba 16 Days After Demonstrations BeganCNN's Patrick Oppmann shares the latest developments from the island nation.
Conservative Leaders Demand Freedom For Cuba Outside US Capitol BuildingCBS4's Lauren Pastrana has the story.
COVID Survivor Urges People To 'Get The Vaccine' After Being Hospitalized For 13 DaysCBS4's Peter D'Oench spoke with Kayasa Cobb, who said she "had a 50-50 chance" and "did a lot of praying." Read more: https://cbsloc.al/37906y8
RVs In Short SupplyThe market is suffering the same shortages that have plagued many industries.
CDC Issues New Mask GuidanceThe Centers for Disease Control announced on Tuesday that fully vaccinated people in communities with substantial or high COVID transmission should once again wear face masks in some indoor public settings.
Missing Hialeah Girls Karla Argueta & Audree Guevara Found SafeHialeah police did not say where the girls were located, but did say they were safe.
Lauderhill Mom Charged In Death Of Daughters Found In Canal Pleads Not GuiltyAccording to court records, defense attorneys for Tinessa Hogan, 36, filed the written plea with the Broward County Clerk of Court's office on July 22nd.
CBSMiami.com Weather 7-27-21 5PMCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Tuesday evening weather forecast.
Florida's Lobster Mini-Season Kicks Off Wednesday NightCBS4's Ted Scouten has more on what to expect.
Emotional Testimony On Capitol Hill As Committee Investigates Jan. 6 InsurrectionCBS4's Skyler Henry reports from D.C.
Surfside Mayor Wants Full Forensic Investigation Of Condo CollapseCBS4's Austin Carter reports the town has engineers ready to go and they want to get this done to protect nearby residents.
Broward School Board To Hold Workshop Discussion On Mask RequirementsCBS4's Joan Murray reports Broward will resume full in-person learning at the start of the 2021-2022 school year and, currently, masks are optional for students.
WEB EXTRA: Simone Biles Puts 'Mental Health FIrst'Simone Biles: "put mental health first..." Biles was asked if she had a message for other athletes after she withdrew from the gymnastics team final at the Tokyo Olympics Tuesday (7/27). “It’s OK sometimes to even sit out the big competitions to focus on yourself ... rather than battle through it,” she said.
Report: Miami Third In The Nation With The Most Roach SightingsIf you have lived in South Florida for any length of time, a report from ApartmentGuide.com naming Miami as the third on the list of metro areas with the most roach sightings should be no surprise to you. Katie Johnston reports.