Violinist Puts On Show For Doctors, Nurses At Plantation's Westside Regional Medical CenterCBS4's Hank Tester shares violinist Dave Damage's performance for those on the front lines of the COVID-19 battle.
Heat Tells County It Can Use Arena As Safe Polling Place During COVID PandemicCBS4's Mike Cugno reports on the franchise's offer.
Representatives Of 16 Cities In Miami-Dade Blast County Mayor Over COVID Relief FundsCBS4's Peter D'Oench reports the representatives, which included mayors, vice mayors and city commissioners, believe they've been cheated out of federal funds they are owed.
NASA Launches Rover In Latest Mission To MarsCBS4s Chris Martinez has more on NASA's search for ancient life on the Red Planet.
Dolphins Players Who Recovered From COVID-19 Donate Much-Needed Convalescent PlasmaCBS4's Steve Goldstein has more on how the Dolphins are helping in the fight against the coronavirus.
State and Federal-Run COVID-19 Test Sites Temporarily Closing Due To Tropical StormWith possible tropical storm conditions heading to South Florida this weekend, state-supported COVID-19 testing sites will temporarily close starting at 6 p.m. on Thursday.
Broward Extends CurfewNew executive order extends the county's curfew until Monday, August 3rd.
Caring For South Florida Campaign Asking Residents Do Their Part To Slow Down COVID SpreadCBS4's Mike Cugno has more on the new PSA that was created by 10 South Florida hospitals.
Miami-Dade Schools Lays Out Plans For New Academic Year Which Will Start Online OnlyCBS4's Ty Russell explains how the new school year will look for students and staff in Miami-Dade.
Bankruptcy Becoming An Option For Those Hit Hard By PandemicCBS4's Hank Tester spoke with attorney Patrick Cordero, whose firm is known for bankruptcy work.
State-Run COVID Testing Site To Close Thursday In Anticipation Of StormThe sites will remain closed until they are safe to reopen, with all sites anticipated to be reopened at the latest by 8 a.m., Wednesday, August 5.
The Hungry Post Creates Social Initiative #FeedTheChain To Help Those In NeedCBS4's Lisa Petrillo spoke with Andrea Becerra, co-founder of The Hungry Post.
Broward Extends Curfew Through WeekendFacial coverings remain mandatory.
Miami-Dade Schools To Start New Academic Year OnlineCBS4's Ty Russell has more on MDCPS' plans for students and staff.
Start Thinking About Stocking Up On Supplies In Case Of StormCBS4's Peter D'Oench spoke with shoppers at a Walmart in Doral.
Florida Hits New Record For One Death Reports Of Death From COVID-19There have been 6,333 COVID-19 related deaths in the state.
Broward Hospitals Near Capacity For Regular, ICU BedsCBS4's Ty Russell reports on the toll the pandemic is taking on Broward hospitals.
Coronavirus Pandemic's Economic Impact Will Still Be Felt By Next Budget YearCBS4's Hank Tester spoke with Dr. Ned Murray, who is with the FIU Metropolitan Center.
4 Brands Of Hand Sanitizer Added To FDA's Growing ListCBS4's Michael George reports the recalled products are: Born Basic Anti-Bac Hand Sanitizer, Scent Theory Keep Clean Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer, Scent Theory Keep It Clean Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer and Lux Eoi Hand Sanitizing Gel.
Miami Man Facing Federal Charges On Allegations He Defrauded Government Out Of COVID-19 Relief FundsCBS4's Peter D'Oench has more on the charges David Hines is facing.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Stands Firm That Parents Should Determine If Kids Return To School In FallHe also said school districts should be flexible with teachers who prefer to work remotely.
City Of Miami Considering Lawsuit Against County Over Coronavirus Relief FundingCBS4's Joan Murray reports Miami Mayor Francis Suarez said his city is entitled to $81 million in federal help, but the county's "proposal would get our citizens as little as $8 million."
Marlins To Begin Daily Testing Schedule After Several Players Catch COVID-19CBS4's Jim Berry reports Major League Baseball has postponed all Marlins games through Sunday as a result.
Nonprofit Organizations Hit Especially Hard By Coronavirus PandemicMany businesses and organizations are struggling to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic, and nonprofit organizations have been hit especially hard. As the need for many of their services, like food banks, rises, donations are plummeting.