Tracking Tropical Depression Fred 8-11 11PMCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has the latest of Fred and your Wednesday night weather forecast.
Kids Getting Vaccinated Ahead Of New School YearCBS4’s Jessica Vallejo reports the kids are getting their shots as the CDC reports the state had 24,753 new cases.
South Florida Water Management District Getting Ready For FredCBS4’s Austin Carter reports on the measures being taken to prevent flooding.
COVID Q&A: Live Panel Discussion With Top South Florida Doctors, Part 2The focus turned to children. Drs. Marty, Perlyn and Johnson offered their advice as kids prepare their return to school.
What Makes mRNA Vaccines Different?Dr. Chad Perlyn of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital explains.
COVID Q&A: Live Panel Discussion With Top South Florida Doctors, Part 1The expert panel consisted of FIU Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Aileen Marty, President of Nicklaus Children’s Pediatric Specialists Dr. Chad Perlyn and Baptist Health’s South Miami Hospital Chief Medical Officer Dr. Yvonne Johnson. The first round of questions centered on fertility as well as the science behind the vaccine.
Could Tropical Storm Fred End Up Like Debby In 2000?CBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer takes a look.
WEB EXTRA: Emergency Crews Rescue Person From Truck Trapped In Flood WaterEmergency crews rescued this person from a truck trapped in floodwater in Arizona on Tuesday (8/10). Heavy rain and thunderstorms prompted flash flood warnings for areas around Tucson, according to the National Weather Service.
WEB EXTRA: House Collapses During Flash Flooding In TurkeyHere’s the moment a house collapsed as flash flooding swept through Sinop, Turkey on Wednesday (8/11). Local media reported that heavy rainfall and flooding have damaged homes and left several people missing in the country’s northern region.
Miami-Dade’s ‘Operation Summer Heat’ Yields Nearly 1,500 ArrestsThe goal of the operation, a 12-week program that involves other local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies, was to get violent criminals and unregistered guns off the streets.
Broward Girl Recovering From COVID Encourages Everyone To Get VaccinatedPaulina Velasquez, 15, first tested positive for COVID on July 11th. Days later, she needed a ventilator and was placed in a medically induced coma.
Feds Have Sent Hundreds Of Ventilators To FloridaGov. Ron DeSantis said he’s not aware of any shipment.
American Heart Association Says Sleep Apnea Is Under Recognized & UndertreatedMillions of Americans suffer from sleep apnea. It affects up to 80% of people with cardiovascular disease, according to the American Heart Association.
Delta-Driven Surge Continues To Spark Fears That Schools Could Become Super SpreadersCBS4’s Skyler Henry has the latest.
Miami-Dade Schools To Make Decision On Masks Next WeekMiami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho says a decision on whether face masks will be required when classes resume will be made shortly after he meets with a medical task force on Monday.
German Animal Shelter Gets Creative With Finding Homes For PetsAn animal shelter in Germany is getting creative to help find new homes for their resident cats and dogs.
Labor Department Reported Consumer Prices Jumped 5.4% In July From A Year AgoThe rising costs are causing Americans to change their shopping habits.
Severe Weather Delays Joint Practice Between Dolphins & BearsCBS4’s Steve Goldstein and Kim Bokamper are in Chicago to cover the Fins.
CBSMiami.com Weather 8-11-21 5PMCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has the latest on Tropical Storm Fred and Wednesday evening weather forecast.
Not Much Is Known A Month After Cubans Protested In The StreetsCBS4’s Keith Jones has the story.
No Swim Advisory For Portions Of NE Miami-DadeThe no swim advisory also warns people to avoid other water recreational activities such as fishing and boating.
BSO Deputy Willard Miller Fired After Video Shows Him Slamming Girl To The GroundMiller was subsequently arrested and charged in the case.
Potential Buyer Emerges For Surfside Condo Collapse SiteA judge has been pushing for a quick sale of the property to compensate victims of the tragedy.
Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho To Meet With Task Force Before Making Decision On MasksCBS4’s Peter D’Oench reports the meeting will be held Monday.