Nearly 11,000 Americans Have Died From CoronavirusRylee Carlson reports another 368-thousand are infected including at least one crewmember of the Navy hospital ship Comfort, brought to the New York harbor to help ease the stress on hospitals.
Florida Keys No Longer Accepting Re-Entry StickersSheriff's office says people have been buying fake re-entry stickers to get past the checkpoints.
Eye On The Day 4/7Here are a few of the stories we are keeping an eye on: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in the ICU, a crew member on the USNS Comfort tests positive for coronavirus, COVID-19 affecting African Americans in Chicago, and a birthday party turned parade. How are you spending time with loved ones while social distancing?
Rapid Testing For Coronavirus Now Available At Some South Florida HospitalsThe tests will be available for first responders and patients going to nursing homes.
Your CBS4 Forecast For Tuesday 4/7CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says we'll see spotty showers this morning then a partly cloudy afternoon.
Field Hospital To Be Set Up At Miami Beach Convention CenterJessica Vallejo reports Miami Beach is ramping up efforts to stem the spread of coronavirus.
CBS4 This Morning HeadlinesGet a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
CBSMiami.com Weather 4/7 6AMA shower or two possible this morning with partly cloudy skies for the afternoon.
CBSMiami.com Weather 04-06-20 11PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Monday night weather forecast.
New Test Could Detect Coronavirus Exposure Within 15 MinutesCBS4's Frances Wang reports on the first-in-the-nation random survey.
Tylenol Shortage Over Belief It's Best Way To Fight CoronavirusCBS4's Carey Codd explains why Tylenol is on short supply and the alternatives people can look for.
Miami Beach Convention Center To Be Converted Into 450-Bed Field HospitalCBS4's Ty Russell the news comes as Miami Beach residents will be required to cover their nose and mouth when out in public.
Coronavirus Interview: Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis On His City's Response To OutbreakDean Trantalis answered questions about the hospital situation in Fort Lauderdale, the decision to close the beaches and more.
WEB EXTRA: Fort Lauderdale Mayor On Closing Beaches To Stop Coronavirus SpreadDean Trantalis said he's proud of the city's decision despite criticism from spring breakers.
WEB EXTRA: Mayor Dean Trantalis On Fort Lauderdale's Hospital SituationTrantalis said they are preparing for the worst.
Deadly Police-Involved Shooting In North Miami BeachIt happened Monday afternoon in the area of Northeast 12th Avenue and Northeast 163rd Street.
Miami-Dade Residents Can Pick Up, Drop Off Unemployment Forms At Local LibrariesMiami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez said this will start on Wednesday.
Coronavirus Interview: President Of JMH Health Care Workers Union Discusses Furloughs, Pay Cuts & PPE ShortageCBS4's Jim DeFede went one-on-one with Martha Baker, the president of SEIU 1991, which represents more than 5,000 health care employees.
Jury Trials Across State Suspended Through MayFlorida Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles Canady on Monday extended a suspension of jury trials and many other in-person court proceedings through May.
Travel Through Miami International Airport Slows To A CrawlCBS4's Hank Tester spoke with Greg Chin, Communications and Digital Marketing Division Director for the Miami-Dade Aviation Department, about the slowdown.
Deadly Police Shooting InvestigatedMiami-Dade police detectives are investigating a police-involved shooting in North Miami Beach.
Ford Begins Making Ventilators At Its FactoryCBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave shares the details.
Zoo Miami's Ron Magill Explains If Your Pet Can Get CoronavirusCBS4's Marybel Rodriguez spoke with Magill via Skype.
A Look At The Industries Are Hiring Right Now During Coronavirus PandemicCBS4's Lauren Pastrana spoke with Ivette Duarte, the Director of Career and Talent Development at Florida International University, about which industries are hiring right now and how you can make sure your resume stands out from the rest.