Health Expert: Miami New Epicenter Of Coronavirus CrisisCBS4's Peter D'Oench reports on what health experts say needs to happen to control the spread of COVID-19.
WEB EXTRA: NEOWISE Comet Makes Appearance Around The WorldThe newly discovered “NEOWISE” comet is making a rare appearance in skies around the world. NASA says the the comet can be viewed just after sunset until mid-August, and won’t be back in the inner solar system for almost another 7,000 years.
WEB EXTRA: Tax TipsTax day is Wednesday, July 15th. Here are some tips if you still need to file and things to look out for next year.
Change Approved To Aid Florida Hospital CapacityIn an attempt to increase hospital capacity, Medicaid officials have agreed to waive regulations that require hospitals to obtain prior authorization before transferring patients into long-term care facilities. Katie Johnston reports.
CBSMiami.com Weather 7/13 12PMPartly cloudy with a slight chance of thunderstorms.
Tax Day Is Quickly ApproachingThe IRS moved the deadline to file your taxes from April 15th to July 15th due to the pandemic.
White House Distancing Itself From Dr. Anthony FauciSkyler Henry reports Fauci's standing within the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic appears to be diminishing.
Miami-Dade Holding Virtual Jury Selection As Part Of Pilot ProgramThere will be a virtual hearing on Tuesday and a verdict on Wednesday.
Fort Lauderdale Homeless Feared Getting Kick Out Of MotelKarli Barnett reports the city secured funding from the state to allow them to remain at the motel.
Miami Medical Experts Say Not Enough People Taking Coronavirus Threat SeriouslyPeter D'Oench reports everyone is urged to follow the New Normal guidelines to help flatten the curve.
Demand For Plasma From Recovered COVID-19 Patients Reaches 'Extraordinary Levels'As the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise in Florida, there is now an urgent need for convalescent plasma. which is being used at hospitals as potential treatment for people battling the respiratory disease. Katie Johnston reports.
Two More Florida Disney Parks To Open This WeekWith the opening of the Magic Kingdom and Disney's Animal Kingdom over the weekend, Walt Disney World plans to open two more of its parks this week. Epcot and Disney's Hollywood Studios are scheduled to open on Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Offers No End To Bar Shutdown Due To Spiking Coronavirus CasesGov. Ron DeSantis said Saturday the state isn’t changing a decision last month to reimpose a ban on bars selling alcohol for on-site consumption because of widespread non-compliance with coronavirus safety measures. Katie Johnston reports.
Two Teens Injured In Lauderhill ShootingA man shot two teen girls in a parking lot and then took off.
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Your CBS4 Forecast For Monday 7/13CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says it will be partly cloudy and warm this morning with spotty storms in the afternoon.
Trending: Sport's Illustrated's First Transgender Woman ModelVictoria Sampaio will pose for the brand's swimsuit issue.
Trending: Star Trek: Lower DeckThe new animated series "Star Trek: Lower Deck" is coming to CBS All Access on August 6th. The unlikely hybrid of Star Trek and animated work place comedy will be a 10 episode season.
More Than 20 Injured In Navy Ship Fire In Dan DiegoLaura Podesta reports a fire erupted on the docked ship on Sunday and may burn for several more days.
Retired Firefighter Dead After Cooper City House FireNearly 30 firefighters were able to put out the flames in 20 minutes.
Orlando Area Restaurant Promised Free Meals To Customers Not Wearing MasksATF agents gave the owners a warning but did not shut down the business
Eye On The Day 7/13Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: The coronavirus spreads through Florida, a fire that started on a U.S. Navy vessel continues to burn, and some stunning comet images to start your week. Have you caught a glimpse of "NEOWISE?"
Clevelander South Beach Hotel Closing Due To PandemicA message posted on its website said it is closed until further notice.
Miami Group Looking For More Contact Tracing VolunteersKarli Barnett reports Dr. Jack Michel from Larkin Community Hospital in Miami and a group of volunteers have spent the last few months setting up a contact tracing system.