Miami-Dade early voters registered record numbers on day one of early votingTy Russell of CBS4 reports long lines following “record turnout”.
Broward voters stand out in the rain to vote on the first day of early votingCBS4’s Joan Murray reports on the long lines as interest in this election is extremely high.
California hiker returns with family after missing for 2 weeks in Zion National ParkCarter Evans of CBS4 reports on Holly Courtier’s search and rescue mission.
Outrage in France where the police make arrests in connection with the beheading of a teacherCBS News correspondent Rylee Carlson shares the latest Paris release.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Says If No Stimulus Deal By Tuesday It Won’t Happen Until Election DayNancy Cordes of CBS4 reports from Capitol Hill.
Fort Lauderdale PD looking for gunmen who robbed, killed man outside WalgreensCBS4’s Ted Scouten shares details of Roderick Gallon’s murder case.
CBSMiami.com Weather 10-19-20 5PMChief meteorologist Craig Setzer has your weather forecast for Monday evening.
CBS4 Exclusive: Car Burglars Caught in Surveillance Targeting Pinecrest HomesPeter D’Oench of CBS4 reports that there is a belief that this is part of a larger organized auto theft ring.
Report: 2 Florida Universities List Top 100 Colleges and UniversitiesTwo Florida state universities featured prominently in the Top 100 Colleges and Universities in the United States, reports Katie Johnston.
President Trump slams Dr Fauci a day after appearing within 60 minutesCBS4’s Skyler Henry reports from the White House.
Stormy start of the weekChief meteorologist Craig Setzer reports on the wet and windy weather stranded in South Florida.
WEB EXTRA: President Trump is asked why he criticized Dr FauciPresident Trump slammed Dr. Fauci during a call from campaign staff on Monday saying, “People are tired of hearing Fauci and all those idiots, these people, these people who got it wrong. Later that day, after landing in Arizona, the president called Dr Fauci a “nice boy,” but said, “He called a lot of bad calls. “
WEB EXTRA: Cat sculpture on a Peruvian hillArchaeologists have restored this image of a cat carved into a hill in Nazca, Peru. Peru’s Ministry of Culture said the figure is 121 feet long and over 2,000 years old.
Three new cases of West Nile virus in Miami-Dade County bring total to 59Miami-Dade County remains under mosquito-borne illness alert as the Florida Department of Health reports three new cases of West Nile virus infection in the county. Katie Johnston reports.
WEB EXTRA: Halloween decorations inspired by the coronavirusThere are COVID-inspired Halloween decorations on this Pennsylvania home, including face masks and hanging viruses. Christopher Criscuolo says it’s “probably one of the scariest things most of us have ever experienced, so connecting it to Halloween was pretty much a given. “
WEB EXTRA: COVID patient watches son’s wedding from hospital windowFind out how this couple made sure the father of the groom, a coronavirus patient, could be part of their marriage
CBS4 Weather at your office 10/19/20 noonShowers likely and a thunderstorm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 84.
Coronavirus cases in Florida at a glanceFlorida added 1,707 new cases of COVID-19 and 54 more deaths.
Coronavirus cases on the rise in the United StatesThe number of coronavirus cases worldwide has now reached 40 million. In the United States, new cases are the highest since the summer. Hospitalizations are on the rise in at least 30 states.
Trump, Biden campaigns sense urgency to get voters to the pollsThere are only 15 days until the 2020 presidential election – and both campaigns feel the urgency to get voters to the polls.
Broward starts voting early with long lines and a few issuesEarly voting began in Broward County on Monday with long lines and some problems
Long lines kick off first day of early voting in South FloridaMonday morning’s rain did not prevent the lines of voters from heading for the start of the in-person advance poll on Monday.
Rainy start to the work weekIt was a rainy start to the week in South Florida.