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Tens of thousands of people march in Washington on the 49th anniversary of the Landmark Roe v. wadeCBS4’s Karli Barnett has the story.

Commissioner Joe Carollo speaks out after former police chief Art Acevedo files a lawsuit against the cityThe suit specifically names commissioners Alex Diaz de la Portilla, Manolo Reyes and Carollo.

US begins to require foreign visitors to be fully immunized to cross borders from Mexico and CanadaCBS News correspondent Michael George reports from New York.

Significant drop in COVID cases in Florida after Omicron peaksCBS4’s Ashley Dyer spoke with University of Miami rheumatologist Dr. Geeta Nayyar.

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Toll lanes reopen after rollover accidentToll lanes have reopened after an overnight tractor-trailer rollover accident in Davie.

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FIU chairman Mark Rosenberg resigns citing health issuesCBS4’s Joel Waldman reports on the shock resignation of Florida International University President Mark Rosenberg on Friday afternoon.

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Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Miami unites a unique 30-year friendshipCBS4’s Steve Goldstein chronicles the special 30-year story between Shuman Mercado and Mark English through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami.

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CBS4’s Jim DeFede interviews Rep. Val DemingsCBS4’s Jim DeFede interviews U.S. Representative Val Demings. You can watch the full interview on Sunday’s Facing South Florida.

CBS4 Exclusive: Homeowners in Southwest Miami-Dade upset over rumble stripsThe beleaguered homeowners say a plan that was implemented to curb speeding which causes crashes at a roundabout in their neighborhood has backfired.

FIU chairman Mark Rosenberg resigns, citing health issues as reasonFlorida International President Mark Rosenberg sent a letter to professors citing health issues as the reason for his resignation.

‘Face the Nation’ moderator Margaret Brennan on Biden’s presidencyYou can watch “Face the Nation” every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on CBS4.

Upcoming Magnet School Apps for Broward StudentsApplications for Broward Magnet Schools are coming in. CBS4’s Joan Murray has more.

Code red lockdown lifted at South Plantation HighSouth Plantation High School is back to normal after being placed under code red on Friday morning.

CBSMiami.com Weather @ your office 1-21-22 5PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren’s weather outlook for South Florida.

Remember meatloafThe music industry is mourning the loss of singer Meat Loaf.

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