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Veteran Upset Miami Officer Won't Face Discipline For Rough ArrestA veteran says a South Florida officer used excessive force on him, throwing him to the ground, and now he's upset the officer won't face discipline.

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Miami restaurant owners asking 'Why us? ' amid latest indoor closuresMiami-Dade County restaurants are now forced to close much of their dining spaces again. On Friday, they are having a solidarity gathering outside of the American Airlines Arena and they are inviting the community to join them.

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Isabela Merced speaks to Deco about debut album 'The Better Half of Me'We know Isabela Merced from her acting roles, but now, she's getting into the music biz with a very unique and impressive debut album, and she's telling Deco all about it.

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Cesar Duarte: Fugitive Mexican ex-governor arrested in MiamiCésar Duarte fled Mexico in 2018 after being accused of embezzling millions to fund a lavish lifestyle.

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Stars of time-loop comedy 'Palm Springs' tackle film's existential questionsWhen a carefree guy and a reluctant maid of honor have a chance encounter at a Palm Springs wedding, things get complicated.

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Theron plays 6,000-year-old warrior in Netflix action fantasy 'The Old Guard'Charlize Theron always looks fantastic, but in her new film, she looks amazing for her age...

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Mourning concerned about COVID-19's impact on South Florida communitiesMiami Heat legend Alonzo Mourning has continued distributing food to South Floridians since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, but he says the impact the virus is having on the community has deeply concerned him.

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Man Accused of Setting Miami-Dade House on Fire With Mother Still InsideA South Florida man was in bond court Wednesday, accused of trapping his mother in her Southwest Miami-Dade house and setting it on fire.

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Broward Issues New Emergency Order Affecting Restaurants, Vacation RentalsBroward Mayor Dale Holness held a brief news conference on Wednesday afternoon to announce new measures to try to slow down the spread of the coronavirus in the county.

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Emergency Order Affecting Broward Restaurants, Vacation RentalsBroward Mayor Dale Holness held a brief news conference on Wednesday afternoon to announce new measures to try to slow down the spread of the coronavirus in the county.

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Disney World union head warns Disney has to get Florida reopening rightThe head of the union representing 43,000 Walt Disney World service workers said that Disney "has to get it right" in regard to its phased Florida reopening Saturday.

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Mystic Force Foundation hosts toy drive to raise childhood cancer awarenessA South Florida organization is once again embracing the gift of giving to benefit children who are battling cancer....

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Another party at NE Miami-Dade mansion tied to MDPD sergeant and former officerA 7News investigation revealed a property tied to a Miami-Dade Police sergeant where packed parties were disturbing the neighbors apparently haven't stopped.

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City Sues Belle Meade Island Homeowner For Renting Property To Hold 'Large, Loud Parties'The City of Miami filed a lawsuit Monday against the homeowner of two Belle Meade Island properties after neighbors said they have had enough with the large, loud parties.

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Miami Feds Seize $3.2 Million In Venezuela Vehicle Smuggling Ring At Port EvergladesMiami's Homeland Security Investigations has seized more than three million dollars in vehicles which were illegally headed to Venezuela as part of a smuggling ring operated for wealthy and politically connected people.

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Miami Jewelry Designer Pays It Forward With ScholarshipYlette Luis is a mother of four and a Latina entrepreneur who three years ago created a unique jewelry line called Xio by Ylette.

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Web Extra: Delivery DogMeet Eros, a dog who's helping deliver food to customers in Colombia.

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WEB EXTRA: Whales Of Southern ItalyThe Italian Coast Guard spotted a pod of sperm whales near the island of Lipari in southern Italy on June 29.

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WEB EXTRA: Penguins Take Field Trip To MuseumThe Magellanic penguins from the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago are taking more field trips. The aquarium released video of Izzy and Darwin exploring the Field Museum and the dinosaur exhibits.

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Florida man, 3 sons charged for allegedly selling bleach as COVID-19 cureA Florida man and his three adult sons have been arrested after, federal authorities said, they sold a toxic bleach that they marketed as a cure for COVID-19.

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WEB EXTRA: Breonna Taylor Mural in MarylandThis 7,000-square-foot mural in Annapolis, Maryland is a tribute to Breonna Taylor. Artists and volunteers painted the mural over two basketball courts.

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Miami restaurant owners face a second COVID-19 closingMore than 30 restaurant owners and staff, from Kendall to the Upper East Side attended a meeting in opposition of Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez's recent order to shutdown restaurants.

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Web Extra: Drone Display Offers Covid Safety Reminders300 drones formed images of people wearing face masks, social distancing, and washing their hands.

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Broward Mayor Dale Holness Outlines Newest PlanBroward Mayor Dale Holness held a press conference Wednesday afternoon to announce new restrictions on restaurants.

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FIU sophomore spends part of spring semester as medic in New Jersey amid pandemicA Florida International University student spent part of his spring semester on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic in an out-of-state hot spot, taking on a role that will prepare him for a career in the medical field.

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Miami-Dade Commission Approves Independent Civilian Panel For Police OversightThe Miami-Dade County Board of Commissioners has voted to revive an independent review panel with subpoena power to oversee the Miami-Dade Police Department and investigate police misconduct.

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Broward to require restaurants to close dining rooms at 10 p.m., limit seating to 6 per tableBroward County officials have signed an emergency order limiting restaurant capacity and dining room hours.

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Disney Tests Safety ChangesAhead of Disney parks reopening, they are testing safety measures.

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Latest Coronavirus NewsOn Wednesday, the US surpassed 3 million cases of the coronavirus.

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New Book Critical Of President TrumpA new book written by President Donald Trump's niece claims Trump paid someone to take the SAT tests for him.

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City Of Miami Sues Belle Meade Island Homeowner For Renting Property To Hold 'Large, Loud Parties'The City of Miami filed a lawsuit Monday against the homeowner of two Belle Meade Island properties after neighbors said they have had enough with the large, loud parties.

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Inter Miami CF Takes On Orlando City SC In "MLS Is Back Tournament" In OrlandoInter Miami CF will hit the field Wednesday night for the first time since the pandemic shut down the season in March.

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CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 7-8-20 5PMCBS4 News chief meteorologist Craig Setzer's weather outlook for South Florida.

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'Tip Of The Iceberg': Miami Feds Seize $3.2 Million In Venezuela Vehicle Smuggling Ring At Port EvergladesMiami's Homeland Security Investigations has seized more than three million dollars in vehicles which were illegally headed to Venezuela as part of a smuggling ring operated for wealthy and politically connected people.

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Hospital Beds Filling Up As COVID-19 Cases SkyrocketIt is an emergency with no clear outcome, hospital beds filling up in South Florida as COVID-19 cases skyrocket.

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Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez Defends Latest DecisionMiami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez is defending the steps he is taking to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community.

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President Trump Contradicts Health AgencyPresident Donald Trump steps up push to reopen schools in the fall despite surge in coronavirus cases.

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Miami-Dade Teachers Union Applauds Latest Decision By Schools Chief Alberto CarvalhoThe President of the United Teachers of Dade is applauding the latest decision by Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho who is saying that schools will not reopen for classes until the county is in Phase 2 of the coronavirus reopening plan.

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Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez Defends Reopening Rollbacks But Not Concerned Over Presidential VisitMiami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez is defending the steps he is taking to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community.

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Miami-Dade Teachers Union Applauding Latest Decision By Schools Superintendent Alberto CarvalhoThe President of the United Teachers of Dade is applauding the latest decision by Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho who is saying that schools will not reopen for classes until the county is in Phase 2 of the coronavirus reopening plan.

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Amid Trump's threat to withhold funding, South Florida's school districts ponder how to reopenAs President Donald Trump threatens to withhold federal funding from schools that do not reopen in the fall, educators in South Florida are continuing discussions how they will reopen their campuses when classes resume.

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DeSantis questioned on why Florida is still not reporting how many are hospitalized with COVIDUnder pressure last week, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' office said the state would start reporting daily hospitalization data for all 67 counties.

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Miami-Dade restaurants prepare to reclose indoor dining areas amid COVID-19 surgeRestaurants in Miami-Dade are preparing to shut down indoor dining areas for a second round since the start of the coronavirus pandemic....

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Miami-Dade Democrats Endorse Marisol Zenteno for Miami-Dade Property Appraiser600K Democrats ready to bring positive change at all levels of government.

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Florida man, sons charged with selling fake virus cureST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - A Florida man and his three sons are facing federal charges that they illegally sold a bleachlike chemical mixture as a miracle cure for the coronavirus and other diseases, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.

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Miami commits all over MaxPreps Preseason Florida All-State TeamHollywood Chaminade-Madonna Prep Top247 running back Thad Franklin was pretty much a lock to make the first-team offense after he rushed for nearly 2,300 yards and 28 touchdowns last season while leading the Lions to a 3A state championship.

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Mayors of Miami, Miami-Dade Clash Over Restaurant RestrictionsAs coronavirus cases in South Florida continue to rise, the mayors of Miami-Dade County and the City of Miami are clashing over the recent county order placing restrictions on restaurants.

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Miami Settlement With Duplex Developer Draws Opposition Over Setback ViolationsResidents want the Miami City Commission to drop a proposed settlement with a developer which sued the city after it halted construction.

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Broward to Announce New Emergency Order in Coronavirus FightBroward will soon have new rules to help stem the spike in COVID-19 cases in the county.

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Florida Father, Sons Accused Of Selling Toxic Bleach As COVID-19 Cure Charged In Miami Federal CourtA Florida man and his three sons who marketed "Miracle Mineral Solution," a toxic bleach, as a cure for COVID-19 have been brought up on federal charges in Miami.

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Supreme Court Expected to Rule on Trump Tax Records ThursdayThe Supreme Court is expected to rule Thursday on whether Congress and the Manhattan district attorney can see President Donald Trump's taxes and other financial records that the president has fought hard to keep private.

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Katie Miller Little Havana Remark Offends Miami CommunityIn a new book about the Trump administration's family-separation crisis, former Department of Homeland Security spokesperson and Broward County native Katie Miller is quoted as asking: "Why do we need to have 'Little Havana'?"

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Soffer's Fontainebleau Miami Beach and Dell's Boca Resort lay off thousandsThe Fontainebleau Miami Beach laid off more than 1,300 employees, marking the largest hotel layoff in the Miami area since the pandemic began.

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Increased Demand for COVID-19 Tests in South Florida Means Longer Wait Times for Some ResultsA new concern with the rise in testing for COVID-19 in South Florida is how long people are waiting to get their results.

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After Losing Full-Time Job, South Florida Man Starts Pop-Up PizzeriaHow do you make ends meet when you've lost your job? A lot of people have had to face that question, and Juan Sebastian Rozo was one of them after he lost his job in corporate America.

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Pitbull School Nabs At Least $1 Million In COVID-19 FundsSports Leadership and Management, a sports-centered charter school in Miami whose founders include rap star Pitbull, received at least $1 million in interest-free federal loans to prevent layoffs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Nearly 10,000 New Coronavirus Cases in Florida, Including 4,000 More in Miami-Dade and BrowardFlorida added nearly 10,000 new coronavirus cases Wednesday, as the number of cases in South Florida continued to climb.

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After Severe Illness, NBC's Dr. Joseph Fair Tests Negative for COVID-19 AntibodiesWeeks after he was hospitalized with what his doctors assumed was the coronavirus, NBC News contributor and virologist Dr. Joseph Fair, Ph.D., M.P.H., said his recent antibody test has come back negative.

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Art Basel in Miami Beach waives August withdrawal fee for dealers amid surge in Florida coronavirus casesFair organisers say they remain "committed" to the show in December even as the lease for a temporary hospital and Covid-19 testing site at the Miami Beach Convention Center is extended.

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Police in Central Florida city to fine protesters who block streetsST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Police in a city in Central Florida said they will begin fining protesters who walk into streets and block traffic....

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U.S. Granted Over 1,000 Travel Ban Exemptions to Pro AthletesThe U.S. has offered more than a thousand professional athletes exemptions to proclamations barring their entry into the country, as the administration pushes for the return of professional sports, a person familiar with the matter told CNBC.

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'It's Definitely Hard': Broward Teacher, Mom Conflicted Over Back-to-School DebateFor one Broward County mom, the going back to school debate is a little more complicated.

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Winless Inter Miami favored over Orlando City in MLS is Back openerJuly 8 - A new rivalry between Inter Miami CF and Orlando City SC will open Wednesday's MLS is Back Tournament.

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Miami-Dade Democratic Party Calls on Katherine Fernandez Rundle to End CampaignThe Miami-Dade Democrats voted to approve a resolution asking State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle to resign instead of running for reelection against Melba Pearson.

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Trump, Lopez Obrador Visit Is About Trade, But Politics TooPresident Donald Trump's meeting with Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico on Wednesday was billed as a celebration of economic ties and the new North American trade agreement, but critics in Mexico worry their leader is being used a political pawn to bolster Trump's reelection effort.

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Renters Face Financial Cliff Ahead; Limited Help AvailableRenters are nearing the end of their financial rope as the assistance and protections given to them during the pandemic run their course.

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Miami Dolphins 2020 training camp: Predicting potential pre-camp roster cutsOver the weekend, the Miami Herald's Barry Jackson reported the NFL and NFL Players Association are considering a proposal to lower roster sizes from the standard 90-man preseason limit to somewhere around 75-80 players, allowing for more distancing in locker rooms and training facilities.

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Former Florida Gov. Wayne Mixson, who served for 3 days, has diedWayne Mixson, whose three-day term was shortest in state history, died Wednesday. He was 98.

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Feds Charge Florida Man, Sons With Selling Fake Virus CureFederal prosecutors say a Florida man and his three sons are facing federal charges that they illegally sold a bleachlike chemical mixture as a miracle cure for...

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Closure Confusion: Miami Mayor 'Shocked' By County's Decision To Close Indoor Dining AgainCity of Miami Mayor Francis Suarez told reporters on Wednesday he was 'shocked' by the County's decision to close indoor dining beginning on Thursday.

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CBSMiami.com Weather 7/8 12PMPartly cloudy with scattered showers and storms.

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Miami Mayor Francis Suarez 'Shocked' By County's Decision To Close Indoor Dining Again

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Plans for Art Basel Miami Beach Proceed, with Withdrawal Deadline Extended Before the Fair in DecemberOrganizers told exhibitors in a letter that they "remain deeply committed to holding the fair in Miami Beach if at all feasible."

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Two Teens Arrested in Hialeah Shooting That Left 1 Person Dead, Another HospitalizedTwo teens are facing charges after one person was killed and another injured in a shooting in Hialeah Tuesday.

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More than 80 luxury vehicles seized by HSI, CBP in alleged smuggling scheme out of Port EvergladesThe Department of Homeland Security revealed that dozens of vehicles were seized after being illegally smuggled out of Port Everglades....

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Look Up! Newly-Discovered Comet NEOWISE Now Visible With Naked EyeA newly-discovered comet has suddenly become visible to the naked eye. The comet, officially known as C/2020 F3 but dubbed NEOWISE, will be visible this week.

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Former Florida Governor Wayne Mixson Dies at 98Former Florida Gov. Wayne Mixson, whose three-day term was shortest in state history, has died.

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Vindman Retiring From Army, Lawyer Blames Trump for 'Bullying, Intimidation and Retaliation'Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, the national security aide who played a central role in President Donald Trump's impeachment case, announced his retirement from the Army Wednesday in a scathing statement that accused the president of running a "campaign of bullying, intimidation, and retaliation."

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United Warns 36,000 Employees of Potential Job Cuts as Pandemic Roils Travel DemandUnited Airlines on Wednesday said it is warning about 36,000 frontline employees - more than a third of its staff - about potential job cuts as the coronavirus pandemic continues to roil travel demand.

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Miami Mayor Speaks Out About Closures Done by CountyJulia Bagg has more about the ongoing battle between Mayor Francis Suarez and Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez.

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WEB EXTRA: Dancing Robots Fill In For Fans At Baseball StadiumRobots filled in for fans at the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks' baseball game on Tuesday in Japan, and they danced to the team's fight song.

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Some Prefer Face Shields to Masks. Experts Are Split on EffectivenessThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says cloth face coverings can help slow the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19, but many people still...

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Uber Eats' New Grocery Delivery Service Is Coming to Miami and DallasDebuting first in South America and Canada, the grocery service will make its U.S. debut in late July.

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President Trump Points To Being "Flexible" On Florida GOP ConventionPresident Donald Trump pointed Tuesday to being "very flexible" when asked if increasing coronavirus cases could affect his desire for a big nominating convention next month in Jacksonville.

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Vizcaya offers volunteer opportunities in the gardensVizcaya Museum and Gardens is open and offering you a fun volunteer opportunity. If you're into gardening, now you can assist horticulturist David Hardy and his crew with special projects around the property, at 3251 S.

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Latest COVID-19 numbers: Over 223,000 Florida cases, deaths surpass 3,800There are now more than 223,000 reported cases of the coronavirus in Florida, with 3,889 deaths.

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Spring Chicken Closes in the Gables, and Other COVID-19 Related Restaurant ClosuresCounter-service, casual spinoff Yardbird spinoff, Spring Chicken , has closed its Coral Gables location. Reps site the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic as the reason for the restaurant's shutter.

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Three Chefs We Love in the Miami Design District and WhyTucked in nooks and crannies in between the designer stores and adorable boutiques, there are several amazing eateries in the Miami Design District.

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GREAT NEWS! Miami headed in the right directionMany investors have been worried about what direction will the Real Estate Market take during the pandemic.

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Inter Miami's Paul McDonough details updated roster build planInter Miami's Paul McDonough details updated roster build plan - Charles Boehm.

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2 shots strike the Cardin Baptist Church in MiamiThe shots happened between Monday, July 6th and Tuesday, July 7th. The shots hit the sanctuary of the church from the road with both shots penetrating the church wall.

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Famed Clothier Brooks Brothers Files for BankruptcyThe storied New York clothier Brooks Brothers is filing for bankruptcy protection.

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Reopening Rollback: Indoor Dining In Miami-Dade To Shutdown At MidnightYou have until midnight tonight to enjoy indoor restaurant dining in Miami-Dade County. At 12:01 a.m.

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Supreme Court Rules Religious Groups Can Opt-Out of ACA's Birth Control MandateThe Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld Trump administration rules allowing some employers to decline to provide contraceptive coverage on religious or moral grounds, which could leave more than 70,000 women without cost-free birth control.

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Feds Seize 81 Cars Worth $3.2 Million in Venezuela Smuggling OperationDozens of vehicles that were destined to be illegally shipped to Venezuela as part of an international car smuggling operation were seized in South Florida, authorities said.

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National Ice Cream Day deals and freebies in MiamiWhat's better than ice cream? Free ice cream, of course! July is National Ice Cream Month, first designated by President Ronald Reagan in 1984, followed by National Ice Cream Day on the third Sunday of July.

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WEB EXTRA: Fawn Trapped In Window Well RescuedA fawn found itself stuck in a window well on July 3. A West Seneca New York Police Officer put on a pair of kevlar animal handling gloves and spent about 30 minutes trying to rescue the fawn.

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9 Key Lime Pies Available for Takeout and Delivery in MiamiWhile summer looks a bit different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, plenty of Miami's favorite dishes are still readily available to enjoy at home or at a socially distanced picnic, such as key lime pie, South Florida's quintessential dessert.

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Things to Do in Miami: Mango Days of Summer at Fairchild Tropical Botanic GardenThis year Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden celebrates Florida's favorite fruit with a virtual twist.

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Inter Miami vs. Orlando City: Soccer Is Best Sport for Social DistancingAfter four months on hiatus due to coronavirus, Inter Miami and Orlando City will play their first of three games at ESPN's Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando.

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Showers and Storms in Parts of South Florida WednesdayMore of the same South Florida. Outside of a few early showers and storms across the Keys, most of your Wednesday morning will be rain free.

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Miami Weather: Warm and Humid, Storms Roll In During The AfternoonIt was a warm and steamy start to Wednesday with temperatures in the upper 70s and low 80s.

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Confusion Over Contact Tracing Reigns Over News ConferenceAt a press conference Tuesday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez had a couple awkward moments over reporter questions about who was in charge of the county's contact tracing program and how many people were actually working to find and stop the virus from spreading locally.

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National Urban League President Marc Murial on Inequality: 'There Is No Turning Back'Marc H. Morial is president and chief executive officer of the National Urban League, the nation's largest historic civil rights and urban advocacy organization.

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Miami Spa Months: Pamper yourself with great dealsDuring the two-month event, you can enjoy treatments and services starting at $99 at some of Miami's top spas.

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"Tough As Nails" Premieres Wednesday Night On CBS12 competitors, who get their workout on their jobs and not a gym, will be tested on their strength and endurance.

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Trending: Jude LawDisney has cast Jude Law for the role of Captain Hook in their upcoming live action "Peter Pan and Wendy."

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Casserly: Will Miami's revamped o-line come together?"I love it when a plan comes together." - Colonel John "Hannibal" Smith.

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Trending: Hamilton BacklashHamilton creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda is responding to critics who are not happy with the way slaveholders are depicted in the show.

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Indiana Viral Video Of Attack On Black Man Prompts Federal InvestigationLaura Podesta reports the video shows white activists pinning a Black man to a tree.

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Your CBS4 Forecast For Wednesday 7/8CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says it will be partly cloudy early with storms rolling in during the afternoon.

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Miami-Dade Restaurant Owners Organize to Oppose Dining-Room ClosureFor local restaurant owners, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez's "New Normal" lasted a month.

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Best Things to Do in Miami July 9 Through July 15, 2020Looking for the best events in Miami this week? Check out the Rave Family Block Fest, Water Marcado on Netflix, the Bass Museum, and more things to do July 9 through 15.

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Miami Beach Ocean Drive Reopens to Cars After Pedestrian TrialLocal residents and advocates want Miami Beach to permanently close Ocean Drive to vehicular traffic and cars and make it a pedestrian-only street.

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The 15 Best Miami DJ Mixes in June 2020Check out mixes from Miami producers and DJs like Danny Daze, Mystic Bill, Ashely Venom, Greg Beato, and others.

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Florida teachers say the state's decision to reopen schools could be deadlyCNN) — Florida has announced that it will require schools to reopen for in-person classes next month.

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Beethoven on the Beach goes virtualEach year, Orchestra Miami presents Beethoven on the Beach, a series of free concerts, in Pinecrest, Miami Beach and Sunny Isles Beach.

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Inter Miami CF Hits The Field In OrlandoIt will be the team's first game since the pandemic shut down the season in March.

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Harvard, MIT Sue ICE, Homeland Security Over Rules Barring International StudentsHarvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday against the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement over new rules barring international students from living in the country while taking online courses.

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Eye On The Day 7/8Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: Protest in Indiana over a possible hate crime, Dr. Anthony Fauci says young people need to do more to stop COVID-19, and Disney World is reopening some parks this weekend.

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CBS4 This Morning Headlines 7/8Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.

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Facebook Civil Rights Audit: 'Serious Setbacks' Mar ProgressA two-year audit of Facebook's civil rights record found "serious setbacks" that have marred the social network's progress on matters such as hate speech, misinformation and bias.

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Miami-Dade Restaurant Owners Demand Answers Before Closing Their Indoor Dining AgainBrooke Shafer reports some say they have followed the rules and are being punished for the actions of a few bad apples.

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When might Miami restaurant dining rooms reopen? Don't count on this summerThe foreseeable future of dining out in Miami-Dade County - come heat, humidity or hurricanes - is outside.

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Miami's Republican mayor won't commit to voting for TrumpThe non-committal answer from a swing state GOP elected official provides a look into Trump's uphill battle to win Florida for a second time.

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CBSMiami.com Weather 7/8 6AMPartly cloudy early with showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon.

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Miami sports organizations distributing free foodSports don't just provide entertainment. Leagues also help serve the community. South Florida's sports organizations have partnered with the meal delivery service DeliverLean and subsidiary DeliverLean Cares for weekly drive-through food items and/or meals are being provided on a first-come, first-serve basis, while supplies last.

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11th Case of Dengue Fever Confirmed in Florida KeysHealth officials say they've confirmed an 11th case of the mosquito-borne dengue fever has been confirmed in the Florida Keys.

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The near-failure and success of the LeBron James-era Miami HeatHere's the question for LeBron's Miami Heat teams: Were they a success or not?

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Miami Herald 7/8/20Good morning. It's Wednesday, July 8th. I'm Mary Hildebrandt, and here are the day's Top 5 stories from the Miami Herald.

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Miami-Dade Mayor responds to criticism over handling of virusAs the positivity rate in Miami-Dade county has gone from 12% in mid-June to nearly 20% now, Mayor Carlos Gimenez joins Chris Jansing to explain what happened and discuss the communication between Florida leaders that may be confusing residents.

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Maine Laveau Says He's The Creator, Never An ImitatorMiami's own Maine Laveau is setting the tone in his city. His name Maine comes from Jermaine which is the name he was given at birth, Laveau comes from Nana Marie.

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Layoff Concerns Coming With Closures, Homeless Getting Helping Hand in PandemicIt's Wednesday, July 8th - and NBC 6 has the top stories you need to know for the day.

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What Now for Prince Andrew? Royal Faces Scrutiny After Ghislaine Maxwell's ArrestAs the lurid headlines swirl in the wake of the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein's longtime confidant Ghislaine Maxwell, questions again are surging over what comes next for Britain's Prince Andrew, who is caught up in the high-profile affair.

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Decade After 'The Decision': How LeBron's Moment Changed Both Miami and Future of SportsTen years ago, the world of free agency and sports as a whole changed with just 17 simple words spoken by then-free agent NBA forward LeBron James.

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Helping Hands: Group Strives to Aid South Florida's Homeless in PandemicHe was working in retail just a few months ago and now, he's living in the streets of downtown Miami.

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Monuments and Statues Are Falling. But What Comes Next?As monuments and statues fall across the United States, activists and towns are left wondering what to do with empty spaces that once honored historic figures tied to Confederate generals and Spanish conquistadors.

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Ravens Quarterback Cancels South Florida Event Amid Coronavirus SurgeBaltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has canceled his annual "Funday with LJ" event in Florida due to surging coronavirus cases in the state and strict gathering limits.

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Trump 'Flexible' on Size of Republican Convention in Jacksonville as Lawmakers Shy AwayPresident Donald Trump says he's "flexible" on the size of the Republican National Convention in Jacksonville, Florida, as a growing number of Senate...

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Miami Halts Indoor Dining as Florida Hospitals Approach CapacityHospitals rapidly approached capacity across the Sunbelt, and the Miami area closed indoor dining at restaurants and gyms again because of the surging coronavirus Monday, as the U.S. emerged from a Fourth of July weekend of picnics, pool parties and beach outings that health officials fear could fuel the rapidly worsening outbreak.

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'Desperation Science' Slows the Hunt for Coronavirus DrugsSix months after COVID-19 started spreading around the globe, desperation rather than information is still driving many decisions about how to treat the...

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Exhausted Cities Face Another Challenge: a Surge in ViolenceExhausted American cities are facing yet another challenge in addition to the coronavirus and the street protests over the police killing of George Floyd.

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Virus Updates: US Hits 3 Million Cases; Arizona ICE Detention Center Sees Big OutbreakThe total cases of the coronavirus in the United States reached 3 million late Tuesday, according to a tally from NBC News.

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Asian Shares Mostly Lower as Pandemic Saps Buying MomentumAsian shares are mostly lower as uncertainty over the pandemic sapped the buying enthusiasm that has been pushing prices higher.

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Discounted prices at Vizcaya Museum and GardensNeed some fresh air? And beautiful scenery, perhaps? Now you can roam Vizcaya Museum's 10 acres of gardens - all while maintaining social distance, of course - and peruse the Italian-style landscaping.

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US Envoy Issues Rare Public Criticism of N. Korean OfficialThe top U.S. official on North Korea accused a senior North Korean nuclear negotiator on Wednesday of being "locked in an old way of thinking," days after the negotiator said Pyongyang won't resume talks with Washington because of its "hostile" policies.

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Miami Heat: Beal, Oladipo… and the NBA BubbleA double episode.... - First, Ethan J. Skolnick, Alex Toledo and Alphonse Sidney discuss the elite 2-guards who might be available to the Miami Heat at some point, including bubble no-shows Bradley Beal and Victor Oladipo and Jazz young All-Star Donovan Mitchell.

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MLS: Orlando City vs. Inter Miami odds, picks and best betsPreviewing Wednesday's Orlando City vs. Inter Miami sports betting odds and lines, with MLS betting picks, tips and best bets.

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PGA Member and His 3 Children Among Dead in Idaho Plane CollisionA PGA official and his three children were among the fatalities in the holiday weekend's small plane collision in Idaho, authorities said Tuesday.

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MLS is Back Tournament: Game times, TV schedule for event in FloridaMLS is Back Tournament kicks off Wednesday in Florida; Orlando City vs. Inter Miami is opening game.

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Miami CF Ready For Shortened SeasonDespite surging coronavirus cases across the US, Major League Soccer plans to start its "MLS is Back Tournament" at Walt Disney World this week.

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Florida hospital ICUs near Miami, Orlando and Tampa have hit capacityThe coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise.

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CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 7-7-20 11PMCBS4 News chief meteorologist Craig Setzer's weather outlook for South Florida.

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Charges Dropped Against Woman Who Was Slapped At AirportAn incident involving a Miami-Dade police officer striking a woman at Miami International Airport was captured on video and is under investigation Thursday morning.

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Hospitals Prepare For Increased COVID-19 HospitalizationsWith COVID-19 hospitalizations increasing at a rapid pace, local hospitals, public and private, are gearing up as they expect even more patients.

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Poles united 5G antennas, traffic cameras, WiFi hotspotsCoral Gables hopes to unveil within three months the first pilot of an engineered pole concept that consolidates smart city technologies such as 5G antennas, traffic cameras and WiFi hotspots into a single apparatus.

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Broward Considers Additional Restrictions On BusinessesBroward County officials are preparing an emergency order aimed at slowing the spread of coronavirus.

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Free event could oust 37-year-old Santa's Enchanted ForestA free holiday event would replace Santa's Enchanted Forest, whose lease expired after 37 years in Miami-Dade's Tropical Park, if the county commission follows a path that Mayor Carlos Giménez has laid out.

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Restaurants In Miaimi-Dade Ordered To Close Indoor Dining AreasMiami-Dade restaurant owners are preparing to close their indoor dining areas again, after an emergency order Monday from Mayor Carlos Gimenez.

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Two-building mural a tribute to Black US historyIn tribute to the Black Lives Movement and Black US history, The Museum of Graffiti is presenting a large-scale mural on the walls of two buildings at Northwest 25th Street and Third Avenue in Wynwood.

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Miami-Dade Restaurants Ordered To Close Indoor Dining AreasMiami-Dade restaurant owners are preparing to close their indoor dining areas again, after an emergency order Monday from Mayor Carlos Gimenez.

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Gloria Estefan's Facebook Watch series targets county film grantFacebook Watch's Red Table Talk Productions Inc. is heading to Miami with a new franchise second series featuring the Estefans and is seeking a $50,000 grant from the county's film incentive program.

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Teens around globe translating lessons for Miami kidsWhen the coronavirus pandemic prompted Miami-Dade Public Schools to close in favor of online classes and testing, faculty and students alike had to adapt to a different way of teaching and learning.

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Barry University looks at delayed seasons, fanless sportsBarry University, a member of the NCAA Division II Sunshine State Conference, is hoping for a safe fall sports season and working within NCAA and public health guidelines to make it happen.

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State Attorney: Charges Dropped Against Woman Who Was Struck By Miami-Dade Police Officer At MIAAn incident involving a Miami-Dade police officer striking a woman at Miami International Airport was captured on video and is under investigation Thursday morning.

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Paul George: Historian puts into perspective impacts as Miami developsPaul George said he was a mediocre student at Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame High School, focusing on sports and parties instead.

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Chief Justice Roberts Recently Spent a Night in a HospitalChief Justice John Roberts spent a night in a hospital last month after he fell and injured his forehead, a Supreme Court spokeswoman said Tuesday night.

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Educational leaders in Miami-Dade, Broward respond to state mandate ordering all schools open this fallThe Florida Department of Education is telling schools throughout the state to reopen for in-person classes this fall.

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Mary Kay Letourneau Dead at 58 After Cancer BattleMary Kay Letourneau has died at the age of 58.

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Miami-Dade Employees Brace for Layoffs Amid Latest Countywide ClosuresAs Miami-Dade County businesses prepare for more changes some employees are bracing for potential layoffs.

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With Surge in Demand, Many South Floridians Are Waiting Longer For COVID Test ResultsMichelle Rivera has spent the last seven days waiting. "I kept checking back," Rivera said.

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Man Accused of Pulling Airsoft Gun on Black Miami-Dade Homeowner in CourtA North Miami Beach man accused of using racist language while pulling an Airsoft gun on a Black homeowner in Miami-Dade was back in court Tuesday.

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DeSantis sending nurses to MiamiGov. Ron DeSantis said Tuesday he will send about 100 medical personnel - mostly nurses - to South Florida to help with the surge of COVID-19 patients at Jackson Health System in Miami.

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Dream Owner Loeffler Objects to WNBA's Social Justice PlansAtlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler is not in favor of the WNBA's social justice plans and has sent a letter to Commissioner Cathy Engelbert objecting to the league's initiatives to honor the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Florida 'church leader,' took credit for Trump's bleach idea, charged in Miami for selling COVID 'cure'A Florida "church leader" and three of his adult sons were charged in Miami federal court Wednesday for selling toxic bleach as a fake miracle cure for COVID-19.

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'Foam roller on steroids': Body Roll Studio's massage machine provides socially distant massagesA massage sounds really relaxing right about now but also not exactly socially distant. We found a solution, though.

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Video Shows Fatal Restraint of Cornelius Fredericks, 16, in Michigan Foster FacilityAt least six staff members at a Michigan youth facility restrained a Black teenager until he lost consciousness, security camera video of the fatal incident released Tuesday shows.

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Millions of Americans Going Hungry as Pandemic Erodes IncomesAs jobs vanish, incomes drop and food prices rise, more Americans are going to bed hungry - and advocates warn that without intervention from Congress, those numbers could rise to a level unseen in modern times.

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Depp's defamation trial against ex-wife Heard, tabloid starts in LondonThey used to be a Hollywood "it" couple, but now Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, are facing off in court, again.

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Federal Officials to Offer 'Surge' Coronavirus Testing to Help With Shortages, Ease Delays in ResultsFederal health officials are creating temporary "surge testing" spots to help control the spread of the coronavirus and ease hospitalizations in Florida, Louisiana and Texas.

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Victim tells Miami-Dade judge about video of racist rantAs soon as the car door opened, Joseph Fucheck started this profanity-laced rant in the West Little River neighborhood.

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Full-Floor Furnished Apartment at One Thousand Museum in Miami Asks $18.8 MillionDecorators have put the final touches on a full-floor unit at the Zaha Hadid-designed condo tower in Downtown Miami asking $18.8 million.

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LeBron James announces plan to sign with the Miami Heat on 'The Decision' in 2010Although officially a sign-and-trade deal, LeBron James' decision changed the landscape of the NBA for years to come, giving rise to the player empowerment era in the league.

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Miami-Dade Food Distributions Help Man and Man's Best FriendAs the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise across South Florida as the pandemic drags on, there are those still providing help for those who need it.

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Gyms To Stay Open, Indoor Dining Prohibited In Miami-DadeMiami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez is revising his Emergency Order once again and will not shutdown gyms and fitness studios as originally announced on Monday.

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Paris Fashion WeekCreativity and innovation are front and center at this week's Paris Fashion Week.

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Florida Gov. Sending Nurses To Overstretched HospitalsHelp is on the way to Miami-Dade County's Jackson Health System, Florida's governor announced Tuesday.

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WEB EXTRA: Driver Fights Off Snake While DrivingWhat would you do if a snake wrapped around your legs while you were driving?

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CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 7-7-20 5PMCBS4 News chief meteorologist Craig Setzer's weather outlook for South Florida.

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WEB EXTRA: Rodin Museum in Paris, France ReopensThe Rodin Museum in Paris reopened Tuesday after being closed for four months because of the pandemic.

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'Racist Incident' Under InvestigationA reported 'racist attack' is under investigation in Indiana.

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In Miami-Dade, the challenge of rolling back an economy twice to fight new COVID spikeMayor Carlos Gimenez's office issued a statement Monday announcing sweeping closures of restaurants and gyms coming within 48 hours to reverse weeks of rising COVID cases and hospitalizations.

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Trump Administration Push To Reopen SchoolsPresident Trump supports the reopening of all schools in the fall.

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School Leaders Discuss How To Reopen Schools SafelyCBS4's Joan Murray hears from Broward and Miami-Dade schools superintendents about school reopening in the fall.

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Broward Considers Restrictions On RestaurantsBroward restaurants, once again, are facing the possibility of more restrictions after a surge in coronavirus cases.

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Miami-Dade Reverses Course On Gyms, Restricts Indoor DiningMiami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez is revising his Emergency Order once again and will not shutdown gyms and fitness studios as originally announced on Monday.

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Gov. DeSantis Sending 100 Nurses To Jackson HealthFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis has agreed to send Jackson Health System extra nurses to help with the increase in COVID-19 patients filling up its intensive care unit.

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Miami-Dade Mayor Backtracks on Closing Gyms and Outdoor Dining Despite Coronavirus SurgeMiami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez will not close gyms and fitness studios, as well as outdoor dining at restaurants, after all during the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.

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Miami-Dade Mayor To Allow Gyms, Fitness Studios To Remain Open While Shutting Down Indoor Dining and Other VenuesMiami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez is revising his Emergency Order once again and will not shutdown gyms and fitness studios as originally announced on Monday.

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Newest Hurricane Season Forecast Predicts an Even More Above Average SeasonAs if this year's hurricane season wasn't already off to a busy start, with five tropical storms forming between the Gulf and Atlantic, a new forecast is predicting that things will not slow down.

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Miami Dade College and Florida International University to Receive Combined $3 Million from The Andrew W. Mellon FoundationMiami, July 7, 2020 - Miami Dade College and Florida International University have been awarded grants totaling $3 million from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to expand support to humanities students at MDC who transfer to FIU, as well as strengthening faculty and staff collaborations between the two institutions.

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Earning Wine Certifications in the Time of COVIDThere's no doubt that it has been a tough few months for the hospitality industry and all of those who rely on it for income and livelihood.

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Florida Runner Finds Human Head On The Side Of The RoadA woman running in St. Petersburg early Tuesday morning found a human head on the side of a road just west of an interstate overpass.

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Florida Man Haunts Beaches Dressed As 'Grim Reaper' Says Governor Should Require Masks StatewideThe grim reaper is back and spreading his message once again. The Florida man who visits the state's reopened beaches dressed as death itself wants Gov.

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WEB EXTRA: Colorful Flower Bloom In ItalyLook at this beautiful bloom of cornflowers, daisies, poppies, and lentils in Castelluccio, Italy. Although it happens every year, locals say this year's bloom is particularly colorful because of climate conditions.

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WEB EXTRA: No Running Of The Bulls In Spain This YearTuesday would have been the first bull run, but the narrow streets were empty. Men dressed in traditional attire still gathered to pray to San Fermin, the patron saint of the festival.

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WEB EXTRA: Technology To Help Keep Employees Safer In The Office During PandemicMany employees who have been working from home for the past few months are starting to return to the office, and some are finding buildings equipped with new technology to try to help keep employees safer during the pandemic.

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WEB EXTRA: Koala Sisters Meet For The First Time"Anna" is a baby koala at the Australian Reptile Park. On June 26, she met her older sister "Elsa" while mom watched closely.

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Miami-Dade Business Owners, Elected Officials Ask County to Reconsider Recent ClosuresElected officials from Miami Lakes and Hialeah, along with members from the area's business community, gathered on Tuesday to ask that Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez reconsider his recent round of shutdowns following a continued rise of coronavirus cases.

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Miami-Dade County Auditorium postpones free 'Drive-Through Theatre Experience'The Miami-Dade County Auditorium is postponing its new Drive-Through Theatre Experience, a series of live, outdoor mini shows that were meant to be enjoyed from inside your vehicle.

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Miami-Dade to Vote on Independent Civilian Panel for Police OversightMiami-Dade county commissioners will once again vote to revive the Independent Civilian Panel police oversight board, which Mayor Carlos Gimenez vetoed in 2018.

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Mini University reopens its doors to the Miami communityAfter being closed for nearly three months due to the coronavirus pandemic, Miami University's on-campus childcare center, Mini University , reopened on July 6.

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Florida State Rep Asks Ron DeSantis to Create Mask MandateShevrin Jones, who tested positive for COVID-19, has asked Gov. Ron DeSantis to issue a statewide mandatory mask order.

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Miami's Iconic DuPont Building Now Offers Tiny WeddingsWeddings from three to 40 participants can now be held at the iconic DuPont building in Miami.

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CBSMiami.com Weather 7/7 12PMA mix of sun and clouds with showers developing over the inland areas and moving east.

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It's National Blackout DayNichelle Medina said Black people and supporters are encouraged to buy from Black owned businesses.

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Homicide Police Investigating Death After ShootingBrooke Shafer reports the shooting happened around 1 a.m. on W 25th Court near W 60th Street.

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Hospitalizations On The Rise Across US Due To PandemicChris Martinez reports the U.S. has recorded more than 300-thousand new coronavirus cases so far in July alone.

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Miami-Dade Reverses Roll Back, Will Allow Gyms To Stay OpenGyms and fitness centers will not have to close on Wednesday as originally ordered.

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Miami-Dade Reverses Course, Will Allow Gyms and Fitness Centers to Stay OpenA day after ordering gyms to close in the county, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez reversed course, saying fitness centers can stay open with certain safety precautions in place.

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Cooking Burgers in an Air FryerI swear, if one more person tells me that they make the best burgers in an air fryer I'm gonna throw a frozen patty at them.

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President Trump To Visit US Southern Command In Doral On FridayPresident Donald Trump is coming to South Florida. Despite being a coronavirus hotspot with limited local health resources, Trump is expected to travel to Doral later this week, to discuss drug trafficking in South America while visiting the U.S. Southern Command.

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Miami condo sales bounce backCondo sales in Miami-Dade last week reached pre-pandemic levels. A total of 123 condos sold for $51 million last week in Miami-Dade County.

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Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro Says He Has Tested Positive for COVID-19Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro says he has tested positive for COVID-19.

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GOP Worries Trump's Divisive June Imperils Senate ControlPresident Donald Trump began June with his Bible-clutching photo op outside a church after authorities used chemicals and batons to scatter peaceful...

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More Than 7,300 New Coronavirus Cases in Florida, as Positivity Rate Sets Daily RecordFlorida added more than 7,300 new coronavirus cases Tuesday, as the state's virus-related death toll rose by more than 60 and a daily record for positivity rate was reached.

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Doctors Say Experimental Treatment May Have Rid Man of HIVDoctors say a Brazilian man who was infected with the AIDS virus has shown no sign of it for more than a year since he stopped HIV medicines after an intense...

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Broward School Board Weighing Options for Reopening CampusesThe Broward County School Board will be discussing their reopening plans for the upcoming school year after the state's education commissioner ordered schools to reopen in August.

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Miami Weather: Showers and Storms Roll In Late Morning, AfternoonMiami-Dade and Broward got off to a dry start Tuesday morning, while the lower Keys saw some passing showers.

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Is Amazon Prime Day happening this summer?Maybe you've heard of "Christmas in July." Well, Amazon typically celebrates "Black Friday in July" with Amazon Prime Day.

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Miami Restaurants Ordered to Close After Coronavirus Cases SpikeJust weeks after restaurants in Miami were given the go-ahead to open their dining rooms, they're being forced to close.

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Ravens Quarterback Still Plans to Hold South Florida Social Event Amid PandemicBaltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson announced he will hold his annual "Funday with LJ" event in Florida amid the state's spike in coronavirus cases.

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Miami's best thrift stores for bargain huntersBargain hunters who want to find the best deals know that thrift stores are where it's at.

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Major League Baseball Has Released Its 60 Game CalendarThe Marlins open on July 24th in Philadelphia.

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Your CBS4 Forecast For Tuesday 7/7CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says it will be warm and muggy with showers and storms developing in the late morning and afternoon.

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South Florida Ultra Marathon Runner Completes 150 Mile JourneyAn ultra marathon runner has finished her 150 mile run throughout Miami-Dade County.

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Mayweather and Beckham's Inter Miami applied for Covid-19 relief loansData reveals the organizations that navigated a US loan program designed to help small firms cope with the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Major Bank Fined $150 Million for Relationship with Jeffrey EpsteinNew York's top financial regulator has fined Deutsche Bank $150 million for failures in its dealings with Jeffrey Epstein, the disgraced financier and sex offender who died by suicide last summer while awaiting trial on new sex trafficking charges.

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Puerto Rico Braces for Political Upheaval Involving GovernorPuerto Rico on Tuesday braced for potential political upheaval after the U.S. territory's governor denied allegations of obstruction of justice while the main opposition party demanded she be investigated and hinted at a possible impeachment process.

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Marathon Runner Completes 150 Mile JourneyUltra Marathon runner Caryn Lubetsky finished her 150 mile run throughout Miami-Dade County around 10 p.m.

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Carnival Cruise Line Sets Ship Delivery Changes And Related Deployment PlansCarnival Cruise Line will be notifying guests and travel agents on Tuesday of revisions to the delivery of its newest ship, Mardi Gras, as well as the transformed Carnival Radiance - both resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic - and new itineraries for Carnival Breeze and Carnival Magic that are all part of an updated deployment plan from November...

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Trending: National Macaroni DayHelp yourself to a big bowl of mac and cheese because it's National Macaroni Day.

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Trending: Cuban Hamilton ParodyA parody of the hit Broadway show Hamiliton tells the story of Alejandro Jamonton, the wanna be creator of the Cuban sandwich.

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Director Danny Clinch on Blind Melon Documentary "All I Can Say"Blind Melon lead singer Shannon Hoon compulsively recorded everything with his Hi8 camera from 1990 until mere hours before his death by overdose in 1995.

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Florida Invasive Burmese Pythons Bring Lung ParasiteA University of Florida study shows that invasive Burmese pythons have brought a lung parasite that's infecting local snakes in the Everglades.

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Where to Buy Facemasks in MiamiHere are eight Miami brands and artists who want to help you help us all stay safe with facemasks.

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