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WEB EXTRA: Ssnta's Flashy RideFirefighters in Shepherdsville, Kentucky unveiled a new sleigh for Santa Claus on Wednesday - a decked-out fire truck. Santa will use the truck to visit neighborhoods in the area.
WEB EXTRA: Books Better Than Tablets For Younger ChildrenStudy found that parents talked to their children more while reading a book, and children responded less to their parents using the tablet.
WEB EXTRA: Close Call For Idaho TrooperAn Idaho State Police trooper and a motorist had to jump out of the way to avoid being hit by a crashing truck in Meridian on Wednesday. Police say it happened while the trooper was helping the motorist with a flat tire. A vehicle began to slow down while passing the scene when another car hit it, causing a chain reaction.
CBSMiami.com Weather 12/3/2021 12PMPlenty of sunshine. Highs near 80 degrees.
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Closing Arguments In Dayonte Resiles Murder TrialResiles is accused of the 2014 murder of Jill Halliburton Su.
Fire Broke Out At Fort Lauderdale High Rise, Killing Man In His 90sDeborah Souverain reports the building does not have a fire sprinkler system which may have saved the man's life.
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CBS4 Forecast For Friday 12/3/2021CBS4 meteorologist Dave Warren says temperatures will be in the middle 70s by noon with just a few clouds moving through the area.
Taste Of The Town: Mediterranean And South American Flavors Shine At Casa MarianoLisa Petrillo says the small, charming eatery with bright blues, whites and corals has a Mediterranean vibe.
CBSMiami.com Weather 12/3/2021 6AMToday will be mostly sunny with a northeasterly breeze.
Five States Report Cases Of Omicrom VariantBradley Blackburn reports as the new strain begins to take hold, the White House is unveiling new measures to try to slow a winter uptick in cases.
Hialeah Couple Accused Of Stealing Lottery TicketsAna Batista and Roberto Torres stole more than 300 lottery scratch off ticket books.
WEB EXTRA: Max Schacter InterviewParkland parent Max Schacter response to threat at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and Michigan school shooting.
Overnight Fire in Fort Lauderdale Condo Leaves One Dead, Second HospitalizedOne person was killed and another hospitalized after a fire broke out inside of a Fort Lauderdale apartment early Friday morning.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 12-2-21 11PMCBS4 News chief meteorologist Craig Setzer's weather outlook for South Florida.
Arrest Made After Social Media Threat Targets Marjory Stoneman Douglas HighThe Broward Sheriff’s Office has made an arrest following a threatening message posted on social media regarding Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, according to a robocall sent by school principal Michelle Kefford.
Plantation Teen Charged With Extorting Florida Senator Lauren Book With Explicit PhotosAuthorities said Thursday that a South Florida teenager tried to get $5,000 from a Florida Senator Lauren Book after threatening to release what he said were sexually explicit photos of her.
Safety Concerns At Dadeland Mall GarageSome shoppers at Dadeland Mall say they are alarmed by a striking site inside a parking garage by the JC Penny store.
FedEx Driver In Critical ConditionFedEx driver in critical condition after own truck runs him over.
Arrest Made Following Social Media Threat Regarding Marjory Stoneman Douglas HighThe Broward Sheriff’s Office has made an arrest following a threatening message posted on social media regarding Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, according to a robocall sent by school principal Michelle Kefford.
FHP: Road Rage Leads To Turnpike ShootingThe Florida Highway Patrol said a shooting on the Florida Turnpike was caused by road rage.
Arrest Made In Deadly Miami Beach StabbingPolice have made an arrest in a deadly Miami Beach stabbing.
New Case Of COVID-19 Omicron Variant As President Biden Works To Slow SpreadThe U.S. now has two confirmed cases of the Omicron variant. The latest person is a Minnesota man who recently traveled to New York City for an anime convention, who was vaccinated and received a booster. He developed mild symptoms on Nov. 22<sup>, </sup>tested positive on Nov. 24, and reportedly no longer has symptoms.