Broward Parents Want School Full-Time To Return This Upcoming Academic YearCBS4's Joan Murray reports on Tuesday's rally outside the Broward School Board Building.
Florida Takes Step To Protect Coasts From Rising Sea LevelsFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis has signed a measure into law that will require public coastal construction projects to first be reviewed for impacts on the state's fragile seashore because of rising sea levels. Katie Johnston reports.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Signs Controversial Sunscreen BillGov. Ron DeSantis late Monday signed 28 bills into law, including a controversial measure that will prevent local governments from imposing bans on certain types of sunscreen. Katie Johnston reports.
WEB EXTRA: Fauci Says..."We've got to get that message out that we are all in this together, and if we are going to contain this we've got to contain it together." Dr. Anthony Fauci spoke about the responsibility Americans have to work together to stop the spread of COVID-19 at a Senate hearing on Tuesday.
WEB EXTRA: Not Even CloseThe director-general of the World Health Organization said at a press briefing on Monday that the coronavirus is "not even close to being over." He also said, "Although many countries have made some progress, globally, the pandemic is actually speeding up."
WEB EXTRA: Wait, What?This shop in Giza, Egypt is serving coronavirus-inspired ice cream treats in different flavors. The desserts have chocolate sticks and sprinkles that mimic the virus' structure. The store owner says he hopes to help reduce people's fears while highlighting safety guidelines.
WEB EXTRA: Turtle Wax With That?Sue, an African spurred tortoise at the Milwaukee County Zoo, enjoyed a waterless "shell car wash" last month. According to the zoo, turtles and tortoises can feel when something touches their shell. It's how they know to tuck their heads inside. The shell car wash is an enrichment experience for Sue, according to the zoo.
WEB EXTRA: Don't Look DownThrill-seekers in the Czech Republic participated in a highline walk at Trosky Castle on June 27. The castle’s two towers stand on spires of rock with a gulf between them. Participants were attached to the lines with harnesses. Outdoor sporting activities like this one have been allowed in the Czech Republic since pandemic restrictions were relaxed in recent weeks.
WEB EXTRA: Whale Of A RescueItalian divers freed this sperm whale with its tail caught in fishing net near Lipari, Italy on Friday. The Italian Coast Guard says divers worked for about an hour before they were able to cut the whale free.
WEB EXTRA: Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Helps Dog Suffering From Heat StrokeMiami-Dade Fire Rescue Helps Dog Suffering From Heat Stroke
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 6-30-20 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
Russians Wanted Americans Dead?The White House addresses alleged Russian bounties on US soldiers.
Carl Reiner Dead At 98Comedy writer and actor Carl Reiner died Tuesday. He was 98 years old.
Vehicle Crashes Into DealershipA man was injured and several vehicles were damaged in an early-morning crash on Tuesday morning.
Latest In The Fight Against COVID-19Americans will not be able to travel to Europe.
Another Day Of Long Lines At Testing SitesChopper 4 was over the scene at Hard Rock Stadium where there was a long line of cars waiting to be tested.
Group Holds Rally For Return To School Full-Time In BrowardA group of Broward parents arguing their children should be given the option to go back to school five days a week come August held a rally outside the Broward School Board Building on Tuesday morning.
Latest Coronavirus Numbers For Tuesday, June 30thHere are the latest COVID-19 cases in South Florida, as of June 30th.
CBSMiami News Update 6/30 8AMCBSMiami News Update 6/30 8AM
Trending: Mary J. BligeSinger Mary J. Blige has launched a wine collection called "Sun Goddess"
Trending: Cirque du Soleil Bankruptcy ProtectionCirque du Soleil has filed for bankruptcy protection citing "immense disruption and forced show closures" due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Prosecutors In Robert Kraft Prostitution Cases Go Before Appeals CourtProsecutors will argue that they should be able to use tapes made by law enforcement that a judge ruled unconstitutional.
Some Cities Pumping The Brakes On Reopening PlansLaura Podesta reports a surge in coronavirus cases has some cities putting the reopening plans on hold.
Your CBS4 Forecast For Tuesday 6/30CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says today will be partly to mostly sunny. Showers and storms possible in the afternoon.

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