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EXTRA WEB: 2 wanted for fire damage to iconic Key West buoyKey West Police are looking for 2 people who they say lit a burning Christmas tree in front of the iconic Key West lifebuoy, causing extensive damage to the monument.

CBSMiami.com Weather at your office 12/31/21 11pmWeather forecast from CBS4 News Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer for South Florida.

New Years celebrations continue despite Omicron SpikeHundreds of revelers gathered on New Years Eve to celebrate the New Years at celebrations in South Florida.

Remembering Betty WhiteBetty White, whose sassy and ready-to-do charm made her a mainstay of television for over 60 years, has passed away. She was 99 years old.

Visit the ‘Robert Is Here’ fruit stand, rising property values ​​leading to urbanization of farmlandCBS4’s Hank Tester reports that construction is taking place in front of the Robert Is Here fruit stand.

CDC encourages all travelers to avoid cruisesCBS4’s Ashley Dyer reports CDC’s announcement that all travelers are avoiding cruises, regardless of their immunization status.

FHP, law enforcement crackdown on drunk drivers and boaters on holiday weekendsCBS4’s Brooke Shafer talks about how South Florida law enforcement is reminding people to think twice before getting behind the wheel this New Years Eve.

EXTRA WEB: Tribute to Betty White on the Hollywood Walk of FameFlowers were laid at Betty White’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Friday (12/31). On New Years Eve, the actress’ agent Jeff Witjas confirmed that the 99-year-old died within weeks of her 100th birthday.

New Year’s Eve celebration looms with COVID precautionsCBS’s Courtney Kealy talks about how the iconic New Years Eve celebration in Times Square and how many people are masked.

UM girls’ basketball star Kelsey Marshall is a native of South Florida and thrives on and off the courtCBS4’s Kelsey Marshall shares how University of Miami basketball player Kelsey Marshall was an inspiration on and off the court.

Champagne prices rise as the new year approachesAs the New Year approaches, champagne prices may be a bit more expensive than before.

CBSMiami.com Weather at your office 12/31/21 5pmWeather forecast from CBS4 News Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer for South Florida.

Tens of thousands evacuated as fires spreadThousands of Coloradans have been evacuated and nearly 1,000 homes have been destroyed as forest fires spread.

Broward School Board votes to make masks mandatory for visitors and vendors; Optional for studentsWith a recent increase in COVID-19 cases during the holidays driven by the highly contagious variant of Omicron, the Broward school board held an emergency meeting on Friday to review and possibly revise their safety protocols.

South Florida celebrations to ring in the New YearWhile the rise of the Big Orange neon on the side of the Intercontinental hotel in Miami this year has been canceled, other celebrations will get to ring in the new year.

Remembering Betty WhiteCBS’s Nikki Batiste shows us a look back at the life of iconic Betty White.

Outline of the orange bowlCBS4’s Harry Cicma reports from Hard Rock Stadium and gives us a preview of the highly anticipated Orange Bowl game between Georgia and Michigan.

More Covid tests distributed to BrowardHundreds of people lined up to receive take-home COVID tests in Broward.

EXTRA WEB: Hong Kong and Bangkok welcome 2022Check out the fireworks to celebrate New Years in Hong Kong and Bangkok.

EXTRA WEB: New Year’s Health ResolutionsMany people make New Year’s resolutions to lose weight or eat well, but the American Medical Association is encouraging people to make a commitment to make better health choices in 2022 that will improve overall health.

EXTRA WEB: Australia rings in 2022It is already 2022 in some parts of the world. The people of New Zealand and Australia were among the first to welcome the New Year. Here’s a look at those celebrations.

EXTRA WEB: NEW YEAR’S BALL IN NYCCrowd sizes will be limited as organizers reduce the New Year’s celebration in Times Square in New York City due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But the New Year’s Eve prom will still help the world count to 2022. Here’s a look at the prom.

WEB SUPPLEMENT: NYE BALL TESTThe New Years Eve ball will help the people of Times Square in New York City count to 2022. On Thursday, 12/30, organizers tested the lights and sent the balloon over the 130-foot pole at the top of One Times Square. .

EXTRA WEB: Make better health choices in 2022The American Medical Association is encouraging people to make a commitment to make better health choices in 2022 that will improve overall health.

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