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Monster Jam is coming to Loan Depot Park this weekendMonster Jam is happening this weekend at Loan Depot Park in Miami. Weather @ your office 3-10-22 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez’s weather outlook for South Florida.

New study shows 3 doses of COVID vaccine most effectiveA new study indicates that 3 doses of the coronavirus vaccine are most effective against the Omicron variant.

Part of Krome Avenue reopens after fatal crashPart of Krome Avenue in southwest Miami-Dade reopened following a fatal crash early Thursday morning.

Arrested in Hialeah fatal parking lot disputePolice make an arrest in a parking dispute that turned deadly in Hialeah.

A man helps Ukrainian refugees in transitA man has taken it upon himself to help the Ukrainian refugees in transit.

Construction begins on new terminal at PortMiamiConstruction begins on the new PortMiami terminal. The terminal is said to be the largest in North America.

US Vice President Kamala Harris visits PolandUS Vice President Kamala Harris is in Poland to assure our ally that an attack on one NATO member is an attack on all. Meanwhile, Russian troops continued their attack on Ukraine.

EXTRA WEB: Budapest residents form a giant peace sign for UkraineMore than 1,500 people formed a giant peace sign in Heroes’ Square in Budapest on Wednesday (3/9). Greenpeace Hungary organized the event to protest the war and show support for the Ukrainian people.

WEB SUPPLEMENT; A cow goes wild on a highway in CaliforniaA cow was spotted running loose on a highway in Lake View Terrace, Calif. on Wednesday (3/9). CBS affiliate KCBS reported that the cow dodged animal control officers on the road and in a parking lot before eventually being captured safely on a property. We don’t know where the animal came from.

WEB SUPPLEMENT: Cat survives tornado in IowaA cat survived an EF-2 tornado in Humeston, Iowa, after the shelter she was staying in was reduced to rubble. Meet Dorothy.

Broward Youth Climate SummitSeven thousand Broward students participating in the virtual summit.

A little rain helps firefighters fight wildfiresWednesday’s rain marked a break from five days of dry, windy conditions that had fueled three wildfires in and around Bay County.

CBSMiami News Update 3/10/2022 8AMCBSMiami News Update 3/10/2022 8AM

CBS4 forecast for Thursday 03/10/2022CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez said highs will climb into the mid-80s in the afternoon and scattered showers will develop in parts of South Florida.

Crucial vote on Miami Freedom Park postponedKeith Jones reports that the new home of Inter Miami CF is facing another delay.

Disney CEO Bob Chapek Takes a Stand Against ‘Don’t Say Gay’ BillBob Chapek released a statement saying he and his company’s LGBTQ+ leaders plan to meet with Governor DeSantis to discuss concerns about the bill.

Miami Gardens student shot while sitting in classroomBrooke Shafer reports that the 18-year-old student was injured when bullets went through the wall. Weather 3/10/2022 6:00 AMPartly cloudy with a few showers. Afternoon highs in the 80s.

Violent fatal accident on Krome AvenueDeborah Souverain reports that the accident involved an SUV and what appeared to be a golf cart.

Bad Crash closes Krome Avenue; One person airlifted to hospitalA serious accident involving an SUV and a golf cart shut down part of Krome Ave early Thursday morning. Weather 3-9-22 23:00CBS4 weatherman Dave Warren has your Wednesday night weather forecast.

Maldovian and Jewish communities in South Florida come together to help Ukrainian refugeesCBS4’s Bobeth Yates reports that some Maldovian and Jewish communities in South Florida are helping Ukrainian refugees amid the Russian invasion.

North Gardens High School student shot dead by what witness says ‘looked like a machine gun’CBS4’s Austin Carter reports on a North Gardens High School student who had to be airlifted by rescue helicopter to a local hospital on Wednesday afternoon after being shot in the leg.

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