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Gasoline prices in Florida hit record highsGas prices in Florida are soaring to the highest levels in a decade. Prices at the pump have risen an average of 44 cents per gallon over the past five days, reaching an average price of $3.97 on Sunday.

CBSMiami.com Weather @ your office 3-7-22 noon30% chance of showers, mainly between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. Mainly sunny, with highs near 83. Wind southeast 13-15 mph, gusting up to 20 mph and later this week Mother Nature is turning up the heat

Dangerous wildfires burn in Florida panhandleWith nearly 1,100 homes evacuated, firefighting crews continue to battle several dangerous wildfires in three counties in the Florida Panhandle, officials said.

Ukrainians use the message of music and love to stay resilientThe power of music and love fills hearts in Ukraine as the Russian invasion rages on. As CBS’s Tina Kraus reports from London, people find strength in resilience.

Global death toll tops 6 million from COVID-19 pandemic now in third yearThe global death toll from COVID-19 has passed 6 million, according to Johns Hopkins University.

Woman arrested for defrauding dozens of people in real estate scamOne of the three suspects, wanted for leading a real estate fraud scheme, appeared in court on Monday morning after his arrest.

Fired Fort Lauderdale Police Chief Larry Scirotto speaks out and wants his job backFired Fort Lauderdale Police Chief Larry Scirotto spoke out again on Monday and said he wanted his job back. Reporting by CBS4’s Ted Scouten.

US considers new sanctions against RussiaThe United States is considering new sanctions against Russia for its continued invasion of Ukraine. The Russian offensive did not go as well as expected, resulting in more casualties on both sides…and a new humanitarian crisis for Ukrainian refugees. Skyler Henry has more details from the White House.

Man shot to death in Miami Beach apartment buildingMiami Beach police are trying to find out who shot and killed a man in an apartment building early Monday morning. Click here to learn more: https://cbsloc.al/35WM99b

A group protests outside the Miami Seaquarium to demand its closureA group gathered outside the Miami Seaquarium on Sunday to demand the closure of the facility.

Double shooting in Miami leaves 2 hospitalizedMiami PD is investigating after an overnight double shooting that left two hospitalized.

Lauderhill PD investigating fatal hit and runThe Lauderhill Police Department is investigating a nighttime hit and run that left a woman dead.

The Florida Senate is expected to approve the controversial so-called ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill on MondayThe Florida Senate is expected to approve Monday’s controversial parental rights in education bill, known to its critics as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill.

Gasoline prices in Florida hit record highsGas prices in Florida are soaring to the highest levels in a decade. Prices at the pump have risen an average of 44 cents per gallon over the past five days, reaching an average price of $3.97 on Sunday.

Crisis in UkraineToday there is a third round of talks between the Russian and Ukrainian delegations. A local ceasefire brokered during talks last week that would have allowed thousands to flee has not held up. Meanwhile, Russian troops are closing in on Kiev. CBS’s Laura Podesta has the latest.

A boat with hundreds of Haitian migrants off Key LargoFederal officials say a wooden boat carrying hundreds of Haitian migrants in a suspected human smuggling operation has run aground just off Key Largo, Florida.

Your CBS4 predictions for Monday 3/7/2230% chance of showers, mostly between 1 and 2 p.m. Mainly sunny, with highs near 84. Windy, with southeast winds 13-16 mph, gusting up to 21 mph.

CBSMiami News Update 07/03/22CBSMiami News Update 07/03/22

Fatal crash during the nightOne person was killed in a multi-vehicle crash in West Miami-Dade overnight after a driver ran a flashing red light

Police: Man shot, killed in Miami Beach apartment buildingMiami Beach police are trying to find out who shot and killed a man in an apartment building early Monday morning.

CBSMiami.com Weather @ your office 3-7-22 6am30% chance of showers, mostly between 1 and 2 p.m. Mainly sunny, with highs near 84. Windy, with southeast winds 11-16 mph, gusting up to 21 mph.

CBSMiami.com Sunday Night Weather 3-6-22CBS4’s Austin Carter has your Sunday night weather forecast.

‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill Set to Hit the Ground MondayCBS4’s Bobeth Yates reports that local students are heading to Tallahassee to protest the measure.

Second effort to evacuate civilians from besieged Ukrainian port city collapsesCBS News correspondent Natalie Brand reports from Washington.

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