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Modelers Predict As Many As 300,000 More Americans Could Die By Time Omicron-Driven Surge SubsidesCBS4's Karli Barnett spoke with Dr. Mary Jo Trepka, an infectious disease specialist at Florida International University.
CBSMiami.com Weather 1-18-22 5PMCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren has your Tuesday evening weather forecast.
Hate Ends Now: The Holocaust Cattle Car ExperienceCBS4's Ted Scouten spoke with 95-year-old Holocaust survivor Tibor Hollo about the importance of the exhibit.
In Unusual Move, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Submits Redistricting MapThe move would carve up districts held by Black Democrats, as the Republican takes the unusual step of inserting himself into the redistricting process.
Broward County State Attorney's Office To Investigate Alleged Corruption By Miami OfficialsMiami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle has recused herself and her office in the ongoing investigation into corruption claims made by former Miami Police Chief Art Acevedo.
First-Of-Its-Kind Program Kicks Off At A Historically Black College In Miami GardensCBS4's Jacqueline Quynh has more on the new trade program at Florida Memorial University.
Hurricanes Host Tar Heels Tuesday NightCBS4's Jim Berry previews the ACC showdown.
State Senate Committee Approves Bill Banning Critical Race TheoryThis past Sunday, on Facing South Florida, CBS4's Jim DeFede asked Republican State Senator Ileana Garcia about why she supports the bill.
Superintendent Search: Miami-Dade School Board Narrows Down ListCBS4's Austin Carter reports the list of candidates is down to three ahead of a future meeting that will involve public input.
Airlines Say 5G Technology Interferes With Their AircraftCBS4’s Skyler Henry has more details from Reagan National Airport in Virginia.
Giant Asteroid Safely Zooms By EarthThe asteroid is estimated to be a kilometer in diameter, or 3,451 feet.
Democrats Pressing Forward On Voting Rights BillsCBS4’s Natalie Brand has more from Capitol Hill.
Three New Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Sites Open In South FloridaThe treatment is not a substitute for vaccination.
Hearing Held Ahead Of The Start Of Dayonte Resiles’ Murder TrialLawyers were discussing several things Tuesday, including a motion to limit certain testimony.
Driver In Wilton Manors Hit-And-Run That Killed Two Children Pleaded Not GuiltySean Greer, 27, is facing a number of charges, including failing to stop in an accident involving death, failing to stop in an accident involving serious injury, driving with a suspended license, tampering with evidence, and probation violation.
Woman Shot At The Landings In Pembroke PinesCBS4's Joan Murray has more on the search for the shooter.
1 Killed, 4 Injured Following Overnight Shooting NW Miami-Dade BarCBS4's Peter D'Oench has the details.
WEB EXTRA: Images Show Parts Of Tonga Covered In Volcanic AshPhotos from a surveillance flight over Tonga show areas covered in ash on Monday (1/17). An underwater volcano erupted over the weekend, triggering a tsunami and knocking out communication lines.
WEB EXTRA: Artist in Egypt Makes Cat Shelters Out Of Old TiresAn artist in Egypt creates shelters out of old tires to keep stray cats warm during the winter. Check out his upcycled creations.
WEB EXTRA: Cat Shelters In EgyptAn artist in Egypt creates shelters out of old tires to keep stray cats warm during the winter. Check out his upcycled creations.
WEB EXTRA: The Amazing Race RestartAfter being forced to pause season 33 after 3 legs because of the pandemic, Wednesday's episode of The Amazing Race picks up 19 months later, the show’s longest pit stop. Here's a preview of the changes the show implemented to keep the teams safe and a look at some of the life milestones the teams experienced while waiting for the competition to restart. Watch The Amazing Race restart this Wednesday, Jan. 19 at 9/8c on CBS4.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 1-18-22 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
Oakland Park's James Rickards Middle School Reopens After Partial Roof Collapse Forced ClosureSeventh and eighth students, teachers, and staff returned Tuesday to the James S. Rickards Middle School campus.
Rollover Crash On Palmetto In Miami GardensA rollover crash on the Palmetto is causing delays in Miami Gardens.

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