The Consumer Electronic Show kicks off in Los Angeles – CBS Miami

Weather CBSMiami.com 1-5-22 11pmCBS4 meteorologist Dave Warren has your weather forecast for Wednesday night.

Miami Police Department release wanted man sketch for New Years sex drumsThe Miami Police Department released the sketch of the man wanted for sexual violence on New Years Day.

Omicron Surge Doesn’t Stop South Florida Restaurants and Bars From Seeing Steady BusinessCBS4’s Ashley Dyer explains how the latest Omicron wave isn’t preventing local restaurants and bars from seeing steady business.

COVID Q&A: Dr Joshua Lenchus Fields Asks Omicron QuestionsCBS4’s Lauren Pastrana began the interview by asking her about the CDC’s vote to recommend booster shots for children as young as 12.

Weather CBSMiami.com 1-5-22 6pmCBS4 meteorologist Dave Warren has your weather forecast for Wednesday.

Consumer electronics show kicks off in Los AngelesCBS4’s Danya Bacchus reports on how many companies showcased their latest gadgets and devices at the event.

Preview of the incredible raceWith the return of The Amazing Race series after a hiatus due to COVID, the show’s teams are back, aiming to win the million dollars.

All Systems Go For Project Wounded Warrior Ride Soldier From Miami To Key WestCBS4 photojournalist Peter Miranda was there as they prepared for the four-day event.

Local mayors test life stress in tackling Omicron surgeJacqueline Quynh of CBS4 has the story.

Miami-Dade Superintendent’s Last Day AnnouncedCBS4’s Peter D’Oench has details from Wednesday’s school board meeting.

Health experts say with Omicron, sheet masks no longer cut itCBS4’s Wendy Gillette has the details.

Metal detectors will soon be available in all Broward public schoolsJoan Murray of CBS4 explains how students at Broward County Public Schools should prepare for dealing with random searches with hand-held metal detectors.

Popular Home COVID-19 Rapid Test Kit Gets More ExpensiveWalmart and Kroger are raising prices for BinaxNOW test kits, manufactured by Abbott Laboratories, after an agreement with the White House to sell the kits at cost expires.

CDC does not intend to change definition of “fully vaccinated” against COVID-19Average daily cases are up 98% from the previous week and hospitalizations are up 63%.

Norwegian Pearl returns a week earlier due to COVIDCBS4’s Ted Scouten has the details.

United States Attorney General Says He Found and Prosecuted Those Who Committed Jan. 6 Attack At Top Of Justice Department ListCBS4’s Skyler Henry has more details on Capitol Hill.

ShotSpotter alert leads to arrest, 13 weapons seized on New Years Eve in downtown BrowardGun owner Willie Pickett was arrested on two counts of possession of a short barrel shotgun.

University of Florida President Kent Fuchs resignsFuchs, 67, will work as a teacher in the school’s electrical and computer engineering department after stepping down as president. He came to Florida after serving as president of Cornell University.

Homeless man accused of exposing himself outside SW Miami tutoring center while children were in classPolice identified the man as Keith Tullis, 60.

Homestead Mom Arrested Charged With Locking Son In Dog CrateAdriana Alvarado Gutierrez, 42, reportedly told a Child and Family Department employee that she locked the boy in the cage as punishment because of his aggressive actions towards herself and himself.

2022 Grammy Awards postponed due to Omicron riskThe show was scheduled to take place on Jan.31, but will be postponed to a later date, the Recording Academy and CBS said on Wednesday in a joint statement.

Macy’s to cut store hours amid increase in COVID casesMacy’s stores will now open at 11 a.m. instead of 10 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. instead of 9 p.m.

EXTRA WEB: Homer Plessy obtains posthumous pardon from governor of LAHomer Plessy was posthumously pardoned by Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards in New Orleans on Wednesday (1/5). Plessy, a black man, was arrested in 1892, after refusing to leave a carriage reserved for whites. The subsequent Supreme Court Plessy v Ferguson case focused on racial segregation laws and became well known for the notion of “separate but equal.”

EXTRA WEB: Deadly fire in three-story house in PhiladelphiaFirefighters said they were investigating the causes of a fatal fire inside apartments owned by the Philadelphia Housing Authority on Wednesday morning (1/5). Firefighters said at least 13 people, including 7 children, had died.

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