YMCAs In Hollywood, Pembroke Pines & Weston ReopenThe centers are limiting services, hours and implementing strict new cleaning procedures.
Last Passengers From Brazil Straggled Into Miami International AirportCBS4's Hank Tester shares the details.
Major Automaker Figures Out Way To Stop Spread Of Coronavirus Inside Law Enforcement VehiclesCBS News Correspondent Kris Van Cleave explains what first responders are doing to stay safe from COVID-19.
Broward County Looking At 'Blended Learning' Approach For Next School YearCBS4's Joan Murray explains how the "Blended Learning" model will work.
Miami Beach Commissioners Hold Special Meeting To Discuss Reopening Of BeachesCBS4's Karli Barnett has more on the guidelines that will come with the reopening of beaches.
Questions About The Accuracy Of Coronavirus Antibody TestsNew government guidance is raising doubt about the accuracy of coronavirus antibody tests. The CDC says the tests, used to determine if people have been infected in the past, could be wrong up to half the time. It recommends they not be used to decide who returns to work. This comes as two major testing companies, Quest Diagnostics and Labcorp, are rolling out expanded testing programs. In our collaboration with the journalism company "Clear Health Costs," CBS News Consumer Investigative Correspondent Anna Werner has been looking into those programs.
The Digital Divide For Latino Students During The Coronavirus PandemicThe COVID-19 pandemic is highlighting the digital divide affecting students in America. Analysis from the Pew Research Center shows nearly 25% of Hispanic children live in households without high-speed internet and 18% of Latino teenagers don't have access to a home computer at all. CBS News contributor Maria Elena Salinas takes a look at the challenges some students face with distance learning.
Feeding South Florida Gets Major Monetary BoostElected officials from the Cities of Fort Lauderdale, Oakland Park, and Wilton Manors presented a joint check for $9,000 to Feeding South Florida on Thursday.
Latest COVID-19 NumbersThe US reaches a new grim milestone as 100,000 Americans have died in the last few months from the virus.
Coronavirus Death Toll Passes 100,000 In The U.S.The death toll from the coronavirus in the US now stands at more than 100-thousand. CBS's Ian Lee looks at some of the lives lost and what's still ahead
Mother Who Fought COVID-19 Finally Goes Home With Her Premature TwinsCBS4's Nancy Chen shares their story.
What Will Florida's Phase 2 Reopening Bring?CBS4's Carey Codd dives into what Phase 2 will look like and when it'll happened.
Coronavirus Interview: Miami Dade College Interim President Rolando MontoyaMDC is entering phase one of its pandemic recovery plan on Monday, which is also when the first summer session begins.
Members-Only Reopening At Zoo Miami WednesdayThe park will then reopen to the public on June 1.
Columbus High School To Hold Graduation At Homestead Miami SpeedwayEach senior will be allowed to take a lap around the track before picking up their diploma at the finish line.
US Policy Barring Brazilians From Entering Country Could Prove Costly To South Florida's EconomyCBS4's Hank Tester reports that statistics show that Brazilian tourists stay longer and spend an average of $1,000 per day per person.
Miami-Dade County Beaches Can Reopen On June 1stMayor Carlos Gimenez says it will come with some restrictions.
Active Police Scene In Fort Lauderdale Could Be Possible Barricaded SuspectThis is in the 700 Block of NE 13th Court and started with a domestic disturbance call.
iPrep Academy Holds Drive-Thru Cap & Gown PickupThe coronavirus pandemic has caused interruptions in all facets of life, including the graduating class of 2020. But that didn't stop the seniors and staff at iPrep Academy from celebrating just how far they've come.
President Trump Goes On Rant Against TwitterCBS4's Natalie Brand reports from White House.
‘King Of Miami Nightlife’ David Grutman On Getting His Restaurants In Tiptop Shape For ReopeningDavid Grutman, known as the “King of Miami Nightlife,” is focusing on the restaurants he owns, which will all open this week.
Nation Continues On Road To Reopening As Trump Administration Pushes Stimulus LegislationCBS4's Natalie Brand reports from D.C.
Dolphins Ready For Fans But Miami-Dade Mayor Not So SureMayor Carlos Gimenez mentioned wanting to work toward fan participation in the future. But for now, he thinks there should be games with no fans.
Miami, Miami Beach & Hialeah Reopen Restaurants Dining RoomsCBS4's Peter D'Oench reports on the restrictions that come with the reopening of dining rooms.

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