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CBS4 Nat Moore Trophy Profile: Miami Central High Safety Alfonzo AllenThis week's CBS4 Nat Moore Trophy nominee is hard hitting safety Alfonzo Allen from Miami Central High school. Allen is all business on and off the field and always ready to put in the work. That’s because when you play at Miami Central High, there’s nothing fancy, just old school football for one the state's premier programs. It is where Alfonzo Allen is honing his skills before he goes off to play at Arizona State.
Bonded By Tragedy: 30 Days In SurfsideAfter the tragic Surfside building collapse, where did families go for answers? From inside the daily briefing room, CBS4 News reveals heavy moments the public never got to see, and emotional stories our community never got to hear, all from loved ones and first responders. Watch the CBS4 News one-hour original, Bonded By Tragedy: 30 Days In Surfside, Wednesday at 7PM on CBS4.
Arrest Affidavit: Accused Cop Killer Was Trying To Kill Himself In Struggle With Slain OfficerAccused cop killer Jason Banegas claims he was trying to shoot and kill himself in a fatal struggle with officer Yandy Chirino, according to the arrest affidavit.
WEB EXTRA: Two Bucks Spotted Fighting in MinnesotaA sheriff’s deputy spotted these deer fighting while on a call in West Lakeland Township, MN early Tuesday morning (10/19). The deputy said: “I saw the two bucks approach each other on the roadway not realizing what was about to happen until they locked antlers.”
WEB EXTRA: 'Squid Game' Cafe in IndonesiaHave you watched "Squid Game" yet? Fans of the popular Netflix series will recognize some of the games at this cafe in Indonesia.
WEB EXTRA: 21 people Safely Evacuated After Plane Crash in TexasAll 21 people on this plane got off safely, and there were no serious injuries after the crash in Texas Tuesday (10/19), according to the Texas Department of Public Safety. Officials said the plane rolled through a fence and caught fire while attempting to depart Houston Executive Airport. The wife of the owner of the plane told CBS affiliate KHOU that the passengers were on the way to Boston for Tuesday's Astros-Red Sox baseball game.
FDA Could Approve Missing Of Booster ShotsThe FDA is set to approve the mising of booster shots, according to the New York Times.
WEB EXTRA: Crusader Sword Found Off Coast of IsraelA scuba diver on a weekend treasure hunt made an incredible find off the coast of Israel. When the sand shifted, he couldn't believe his eyes.
Gov. DeSantis: Florida's Ports Are Open, Could Help With The Supply Chain ProblemGovernor Ron DeSantis said ports in the state are open for business and could be part of the solution to the supply chain problem.
Giant Display Teaches Important Lesson About Breast CancerBroward Health Medical Center has a giant inflatable woman's torso in the hospital lobby. It’s 12 feet high and 19 feet wide and interactive, showing parts of a woman’s breast with healthy breast tissue before the different stages of breast cancer. The idea is to encourage early detection through mammograms and self-examinations.
State Attorney General Ashley Moody, FDLE Shut Down Fake COVID-19 Driver License WebsitesThree fraudulent websites attempting to steal driver license information have been shut down by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
Parkland Survivor Anthony Borges Prepares To Be In Court For Plea HearingAnthony Borges was a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy, he survived being shot that day, but he nearly died from his injuries.
Slain Hollywood Police Officer Yandy Chirino's Family, Friends Devastated Beyond BeliefOn Tuesday evening, the Chirino family is devastated beyond belief as they continue mourning the loss of their fallen officer, Yandy, who was just 28 years old.
No bond for accused Hollywood cop killer Jason Banegas who was released from jail 30 days ago on probationAccused cop killer Jason Banegas was ordered to stay in jail without bond on Tuesday morning.
Miami-Designer René Ruiz Designs Transplant Recovery Gowns For PatientsFor more than two decades, Miami fashion designer René Ruiz has designed glamorous gowns worn by celebrities and public figures at red carpet events, galas, and runway shows. But now, Ruiz is going from the red carpet to hospital hallways designing transplant recovery gowns.
Building Evacuated Following Bomb ThreatA bomb threat led to the evacuation of a building in Miami-Dade.
Efforts To Get Needed Supplies To Haiti Reach Obstacles As Unrest ContinuesContinued unrest in Haiti, including the recent kidnapping of mostly American missionaries, has made efforts more difficult for South Florida organizations who are trying to get needed supplies to the country. Weather @ Your Desk 10-19-21 5PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
Opa-locka School Gets HelpA 15-year-old CEO celebrates her birthday by helping to paint a school in Opa-locka.
Biden Presidency Hopes To Finalize Deal On Social AgendaPresident hopes to bridge gap while trying to finalize a deal on social and spending agenda.
Everyone Survives Houston Plane CrashAll 21 people onboard a plane survived a fiery plane crash in Houston, Texas.
Family Of Miya Marcano File LawsuitThe family of Miya Marcano has filed a lawsuit against the Arden Villas apartments in her death.
Body Found In MiramarPolice have found a body in Miramar while conducting a missing person's case.
Judge Clears Way For Student Refund Lawsuit In COVID Shutdown Case At University of FloridaAn Alachua County circuit judge has refused to dismiss a potential class-action lawsuit that contends the University of Florida should refund fees to students who were forced to learn remotely last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.

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