From Florida To Texas, Cases Are Starting To Trend DownwardFlorida added 8,892 new coronavirus cases Monday, it's lowest number in weeks, while Texas saw its COVID death total jump 12 percent after the state changed the way it counts fatalities. Danya Bacchus reports from Los Angeles where cases are also starting to trend downward.
Report: Four More Marlins Players Test Positive For COVID-19The Miami Marlins have a COVID-19 outbreak on their hands.
Florida Cases Show Signs Of Slight Slowing In Coronavirus CasesHere are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 11 a.m. on July 28, 2020.
City Of Miami May Sue County Over CARES Act Relief FundingIn a press conference Tuesday, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez announced the possibility of suing Miami-Dade County over coronavirus relief funding.
Vice President Mike Pence Makes Miami Stop Where COVID Vaccine Trials Are StartingCBS4's Ty Russell reports Pence visited the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine were researchers are enrolling 1,000 people in the next round of clinical trials.
Miami-Dade Parks A Welcome Refuge For Residents Cooped Up During PandemicCBS4's Hank Tester reports on this "new sense of discovery" residents are experiencing.
Congress Working On Another COVID-19 Stimulus PackageCBS4's Skyler Henry has the latest news out of Capitol Hill.
Nurse Shares What Life On The Front Lines Of Pandemic Is LikeCBS4's Joan Murray shares Brittany Reidy's story.
VP Mike Pence Visits UM To Mark Start Of Phase 3 Coronavirus Vaccine TrialsCBS4's Ty Russell has more on the vice president's visit.
Coronavirus Stats Snapshot 7-27-20Florida's 8,892 new cases are the lowest in a week.
Miami-Dade Tops 107,000 Coronavirus CasesMore than 2,500 COVID-19 deaths.
New Coronavirus Test Site Opens At Tropical ParkMiami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez says the testing capacity in the county will be doubled by next week.
Vice President MIke Pence To Get Vaccine Development Update At University Of MiamiTy Russell reports the university's Miller School of Medicine is taking part in Phase 3 trial of a vaccine.
Study Found Americans Showing Resilience During The PandemicNaomi Ruchim reports a national survey from Florida State University College of Medicine finds the measures did not lead to an uptick in loneliness in the first months of the pandemic.
Health Officials Not Seeing COVID-19 Cases Associated With Re-Opened Theme ParksHealth dept. working with theme parks to monitor any cases or outbreaks.
Family Mourns Loss Of Nine-Year-Girl Who Died From COVID-19Kimora Lynum is the youngest child to die from the virus in Florida.
Vice President Mike Pence To Visit University Of MiamiVice President Mike Pence will meet with university officials and doctors for an update on the progress in developing a coronavirus vaccine.
Marlins Reportedly Test Positive For CoronavirusCBS4's Mike Cugno reports the players who reportedly tested positive were Jose Urena, Garrett Cooper, Harold Ramirez and Jorge Alfaro.
Lauderhill Police Officer Dies From Complications Related To COVID-19Officer Corey Pendergrass had served with the Lauderdhill Police Department since 1997.
WEB EXTRA: Cloth Face Coverings StudyCloth face coverings are recommended in public, especially when social distancing is not possible. Many of us are making our own masks to try to protect others around us, and new research suggests the number of layers on a covering is key.
Local Frontline Workers Receive Much Needed Supplies Of PPELocal front line workers now have a much-needed supply of personal protective equipment. The Miami Foundation and the Health Foundation of South Florida worked with partners to donate the items.
Miami-Dade Tops 101,000 Cases As State Records Another 126 New DeathsHere are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 11 a.m. on July 25, 2020.
Temporary Coronavirus 'Surge Testing Sites' Designed For Faster Results In South FloridaThe Miami-Dade County Auditorium is one of five new drive-thru testing sites in South Florida because of the spike in cases.
Federally Run Emergency Surge Testing Sites Now Open In South FloridaThe Miami-Dade County Auditorium is one of five new drive-thru testing sites in South Florida because of the spike in cases.