Pfizer's request to roll out COVID-19 vaccines for Americans as young as 5 years old cleared a key regulatory hurdle Tuesday.

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NASA Postpones Spacewalk Due To Space Junk Warning, Too Risky For AstronautsNASA has postponed a spacewalk scheduled for Tuesday after receiving a space debris warning for the International Space Station. Katie Johnston reports.
WEB EXTRA: Rihanna Named National Hero in BarbadosSinger and businesswoman Rihanna was named a national hero in her home country of Barbados on Tuesday. The recognition came during a ceremony marking the island nation's transition to a republic. The prime minister told Rihanna: "May you continue to shine bright like a diamond ... "
States Clash In Florida Transgender Student Bathroom CaseA lawsuit about whether a transgender student should have been allowed to use boys’ bathrooms at a Northeast Florida high school has become a battleground for states across the country. Katie Johnston reports.
Florida Regulators Urged To Back New Area Code In Palm Beach CountyState regulators should sign off on creating an additional area code in Palm Beach County, as the 561 area code is in danger of running out of numbers, according to a recommendation by staff members of the Florida Public Service Commission. Katie Johnston reports.
Two People Injured When Car Slammed Into Fort Lauderdale BusinessDeborah Souverain said it happened early Tuesday morning on E Las Olas Blvd.
It's National Day Of GivingAmericans are asked to give back any way they can.
CBSMiami.com Weather 11/30/2021 12PMThis afternoon will be mostly sunny with highs in the mid 70s.
Trial Continues For Ghislaine MaxwellLaura Podesta reports she's accused of recruiting and grooming underage girls for Jeffrey Epstein to abuse.
North Miami Beach Teen Was Found Safe After Meeting Up With Man She Met OnlineJeimy Henrriquez has returned home.
CDC Recommends All Adults Get Booster Shot As Concern Over Omicron Variant GrowsNaomi Ruchim reports it will take a few more weeks before we know if the current vaccines protect against it.
Parkland School Shooting Victim Alex Schacter Posthumously Inducted Into UConn FraternityAlex Schachter, one of the 17 people killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre in 2018, hoped to attend the University of Connecticut and would have been a freshman there this fall. Now, a UConn fraternity is posthumously inducting Schacter into the organization. Katie Johnston reports.
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CBS4 Forecast For Tuesday 11/30/2021CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says after a chilly start with temperatures in the 50s, we'll warm up to the mid-70s in the afternoon with plenty of sunshine.
Walter Mercado's Capes, Jewelry Hit The Auction BlockMore than 130 items of the famed Puerto Rican astrologer's beloved outfits and objects go up for bid today.
Tiger Woods Says He'll Never Play Golf Full Time AgainTiger Woods has recovered from multiple surgeries following a car crash.
CBSMiami.com Weather 11/30/2021 6AMAfter a chilly start, this afternoon will be mostly sunny with highs in the low to mid 70s.
Two People Stabbed On Miami BeachPolice think the stabbing was domestic related.
Driver Crashed Into Fort Lauderdale BusinessDeborah Souverain reports the driver was taken to the hospital.
CBSMiami.com Weather 11-30-21 11PMCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Monday night weather forecast.
Miami Chosen As 1st Major US Location For PlanetWatch Air Quality Monitoring NetworkCBS4's Frances Wang spoke with PlanetWatch CEO Claudio Parrinello.
Hollywood Neighborhood Rallies Behind Family Who Had Menorah Stolen From Front LawnCBS4's Bobeth Yates spoke with the Ecksteins as they lit their new menorah.
Dale Holness Files Lawsuit Seeking To Overturn Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick's Razor-Thin WinHolness claims in the lawsuit that Cherfilus-McCormick “is ineligible to hold office.”
Local Experts Weigh In On Omicron COVID VariantCBS4's Karli Barnett reports medical experts say now, more than ever, you should get your COVID vaccine or booster.

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