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CBS4 Forecast For Thursday 12/2/2021CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says today will be sunny with a nice northwest breeze.
Miami-Dade's Social And Development Council To Seminar On Housing CrisisMore than a third of Floridians pay more than 30 percent of their income on housing.
First Case Of The Omicron Variant Detected In USLaura Podesta reports the White House is making moves to fight the virus as the winter surge approaches.
Arrest Made in Murder Of Palm Beach Gardens TeenDeborah Souverain reports Ryan Rogers, 14, was found dead next to a bicycle near an I-95 overpass in Palm Beach Gardens off of Central Boulevard.
CBSMiami.com Weather 12/2/2021 6AMMostly sunny skies today with afternoon highs near 80 degrees.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 12-1-21 11PMCBS4 News chief meteorologist Craig Setzer's weather outlook for South Florida.
Asian American Artists Celebrated During Art Basel: ‘Through Hardships, We Could Look At Diversity And See It As Strength’CBS4's Frances Wang reports from Art Basel on how Asian American artists were celebrated and recognized at the event.
Arrest Made In Murder Of Palm Beach BoyPolice said an arrest has been made in Miami-Dade in connection with the murder of a Palm Beach boy.
Workers Rescued From Partially Collapsed Scaffold In Hallandale BeachCBS4's Bobeth Yates reports on how two construction workers were rescued after a scaffolding accident left them hanging off a building for hours.
South Florida Health Officials Prepare For Coronavirus Omicron VariantCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports on the new Omicron variant that has made its way to the United States.
WEB EXTRA: Menorah Lighting At The White HouseSecond gentleman Doug Emhoff, the first Jewish spouse of an American president or vice president, helped lead the lighting of the Menorah at the White House on Wednesday (12/1), the fourth night of Hanukkah.
WEB EXTRA: 2021 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree LightingThe U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree is shining bright. The 84-foot white fir named "Sugar Bear" is from the Six Rivers National Forest in California. 5th grader Michael Mavris, an essay winner from California, helped light the tree on Wednesday (12/1).
WEB EXTRA: Japan Coast Guard Rescues Man Stranded On Capsized Boat For 22 HoursThe Japan Coast Guard rescued a man who was stranded on a capsized boat for 22 hours.
Dr. Aileen Marty Speaks With CBS4 To Discuss Omicron VariantFIU's infection disease expert Dr. Aileen Marty talks about the Omicron variant and where it came from.
Florida Lawmakers Introduce Greyson's Law'Greyson's Law', a law to add protections for children at risk of parental harm was introduced by Florida lawmakers Wednesday.
WEB EXTRA: Workers Rescued From Partially Collapsed ScaffoldFire rescue personnel worked to rescue workers stranded on a partially-collapsed scaffold in Hallandale Beach.
Monroe County Commissioner Eddie Martinez Facing Domestic Violence ChargeMonroe County Commissioner Eddie Martinez faced a judge Wednesday after being arrested on a domestic violence charge.
10-Year-Old Boy Showcases His Artwork At Art MiamiCBS4's Lisa Petrillo reports from Wynwood Walls on how a 10-year-old artist Andres Valencia had the opportunity to showcase his work.
UM Women’s Basketball Star Kelsey Marshall Is South Florida Native Thriving On and Off The CourtCBS4's Harry Cicma reports on University of Miami women's basketball player Kelsey Marshall, and how she is thriving on and off the basketball court.
Police Recruiting Video Gets AttentionMiami Police recruiting video gets lots of attention.
Celebrating Progress In The Battle Against HIV/AIDSOn World AIDS Day, there is encouraging news for people living with HIV.
Miami Marlins Making MovesCBS4's Jim Berry reports on the Miami Marlins' latest team signings, which include re-signing pitcher Sandy Alcantara and introduce Avisaíl García.
Migrants Come Ashore In Bay Harbor IslandsCustoms and Border Patrol agents are searching for migrants who came ashore on a boat Wednesday morning in Bay Harbor Islands, surprising residents.
South Florida Health Officials Prepare For Coronavirus Omicron VariantHealth Officials in South Florida are searching for the Omicron Variant right at home. While it has yet to be detected, experts say it's only a matter of time.