Dawson Springs residents search for debris after tornadoes hit Kentucky – CBS Miami



EXTRA WEB: Residents of Dawson Springs search for debris after tornadoes hit KentuckyDawson Springs, Ky., Was one of the hardest-hit communities when tornadoes swept through the state on Friday night. “This is the definition of hell on Earth,” said one man. People sifted through the debris on Sunday. More than 1,000 homes across Kentucky are “just gone,” according to the governor.

EXTRA WEB: “Candy Cane Lane” in California adorned with Christmas lightsDiscover this festive neighborhood of El Segundo, California, adorned with Christmas lights. This area is known as “Candy Cane Lane” during the holiday season.

BSO to swear in on new K-9 therapy dogThere is a new top dog at the Broward Sheriff’s Office that is making a PAWsitive impact in the community. Her name is Olivia and she is a new BSO K-9 therapy female dog.

Geminid meteor shower to peak Monday evening through early TuesdayThe annual Geminid meteor shower will peak Monday evening and early Tuesday.

CBSMiami.com Weather at your office 12-13-21 noonSunny, with a high near 83. Wind east 11 to 13 mph.

Gun violence memorial installed in downtown MiamiThe Giffords gun safety group is setting up 3,000 vases of flowers at Bayfront Park in Miami to commemorate the 3,000 Floridians killed by gun violence last year.

Former clerk’s supervisor accused of stealing over $ 100,000 in court costsA former acting supervisor of the Miami-Dade court clerk is under arrest for allegedly stealing more than $ 100,000 in court costs over a two-year period.

Struck 70-year-old woman killed by Brightline train in Fort LauderdaleA 70-year-old woman died Monday morning after being struck by a Brightline train in Fort Lauderdale.

Trapped truck driver rescued from rollover in western Miami-DadeThe driver of a dump truck was rushed to hospital Monday morning following a wreckage overturn in West Miami-Dade.

Recovery efforts continue following deadly tornadoesRecovery efforts continue in five states affected by a cluster of tornadoes Friday night. Dozens of people have died, but the death toll is not as high as originally thought. Officials initially said only 40 of 110 workers at a Kentucky candle factory were rescued, but more than 90 people have been located. Laura Podesta reports.

Your CBS4 forecast for Monday 12/13The breeze increases with the risk of rain

CBSMiami News Update 12/13/21CBSMiami News Update 12/13/21

South Florida quadriplegic who rose to prominence with exoskelton upon college graduation is doing it againA South Florida quadriplegic who gained national fame in 2018 using an exoskeleton to help him cross the stage during his college degree at the CRF, begins again Sunday night.

Memorial plaque for the victims of the Surfside condo collapse installed at the Underwater SanctuaryDivers from Neptune Memorial Reef installed a commemorative plaque Sunday afternoon in honor of the 98 victims of the Surfside condo collapse.

Three people, including innocent bystanders, shot dead in a fight outside the Lauderhill convenience storeThree people were shot and wounded, including two innocent, following an altercation outside a convenience store in Lauderhill early Sunday morning.

Miami Beach deploys civilian volunteer patrolTonight, the city of Miami Beach will introduce a new civilian volunteer patrol to help deter criminal activity and improve the quality of life for residents through high-visibility foot patrols.

Another hearing scheduled for Monday for Parkland School ShooterAnother hearing is scheduled for Monday for Parkland School shooter Nikolas Cruz ahead of his trial start date in January.

Man killed in double shooting at Hialeah targetMan died, teenager injured after the two were shot dead on a Hialeah target

Northwestern Miami-Dade shooting investigationMiami-Dade Police Investigate Northwestern Miami-Dade Shooting

South Florida philanthropist Michael Capponi in Kentucky helps tornado relief effortsThe Doral-based nonprofit Global Empowerment Mission, led by South Florida philanthropist Michael Capponi, is on the ground to help with tornado relief efforts.

The toll of Friday night’s deadly tornadoes remains uncertainThe number of victims of Friday night’s tornadoes remains uncertain this morning. Officials believe scores have been killed, but they hope the uncertainty means a drop in the death toll. Laura Podesta reports from Mayfield, Ky.

CBSMiami.com Weather @ your office 12-13-21 6AMScattered fog before 8 a.m. Otherwise sunny, with a high near 83. Wind east 6 to 13 mph.

EXTRA WEB: Aldo Amenta, quadriplegic who rose to prominence thanks to Exoskelton upon graduation from college, starts again on SundayA quadriplegic from South Florida who gained national fame in 2018 using an exoskeleton to help him cross the stage during his college degree at CRF, has reoffended. On Sunday evening, Aldo Amenta crossed the stage for his Masters in Biomedical Engineering.

EXTRA WEB: Frost-stunned sea turtles soar to Florida KeysA group of 20 critically endangered juvenile Ridley’s Kemp sea turtles were flown by private plane Friday from Marshfield, Massachusetts to the subtropical Florida Keys to recuperate at Marathon Turtle Hospital after being rescued from the frigid coastal waters of Cape Cod Bay.


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