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NFL star Khalil Mack pays off 300 holiday layaway accounts at a Walmart in his hometown Chicago Bears star linebacker Khalil Mack is spreading Christmas joy by paying off all the holiday layaway accounts at a Walmart in Florida. The store in Fort Pierce, Florida, Mack's hometown, shared the news on Facebook on Friday.

Man arrested after allegedly vandalizing Art Basel gallery wall - The banana business over at Art Basel isn't over yet. According to Miami Beach Police, a man was arrested after vandalizing a wall at the Miami Beach Convention Center, Sunday. Investigators said the subjects wrote something that had to do with late financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

UPS driver killed in Miramar shootout honored at memorial in NW Miami-Dade - With heavy hearts, loved ones gathered to say goodbye to the UPS driver who lost his life during a rush hour shootout in Miramar after, police said, he was carjacked and abducted by two armed robbers.

Local boat owners go all out to enter Winterfest Boat Parade - It is officially Winterfest week in South Florida, and local participants in next weekend's Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade are getting ready by dressing up their vessels in their holiday best.

Search underway for missing elderly man in Miami MIAMI - Police are seeking the public's help in their search for an elderly man who went missing in Miami. According to City of Miami Police, 86-year-old Alfonso Aleaga was reported missing from the 3100 block of Mundy Street, near Coconut Grove, Saturday.

1 hospitalized after NW Miami-Dade wreck leaves driver trapped underneath tanker truck - The driver of a pickup truck was taken to the hospital after he was involved in a crash with a tanker truck in Northwest Miami-Dade that left him trapped underneath the larger vehicle. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue units responded to the scene off of Northwest 32nd Avenue and 79th Street, just before 4:30 a.m., Sunday.

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International Space Station Gets Early Holiday Delivery From SpaceX CAPE CANAVERAL - The International Space Station received an early holiday delivery from SpaceX, which included muscle-bound "mighty mice," pest-killing worms and a smart, empathetic robot. The station commander, Italy's Luca Parmitano, used a large robot arm to grab onto the Dragon three days after its launch from Cape Canaveral.

Man Eats Art Basel Banana Duct Taped To Wall MIAMI - A man at Art Basel apparently gave art lovers in Miami Beach the slip. David Datuna ate the duct-taped banana that sold for six figures in front of a stunned crowd Saturday afternoon. It turns out Datuna is a performance artist based out of New York.

Slain Rapper XXXTentacion's Final Album Released MIAMI - XXXTentacion's final album has dropped. Celebrities including Diplo, Playboi Carti and PnB Rock paid tribute to slain South Florida rapper during the week of parties surrounding Art Basel Miami. Hundreds of fans gathered at a posthumous album release party Thursday night to be the first to hear XXXTentacion's Bad Vibes Forever.

FBI Working Under Presumption Pensacola Naval Base Shooting Was Act Of Terrorism PENSACOLA - The FBI announced Sunday that the agency is working under the presumption that a fatal shooting at Pensacola naval base carried out by a Saudi student was an act of terrorism.

Miami-Dade library book sale The annual Miami-Dade Public Library Friends of the Library Book Sale ends this weekend at the Main Library, 101 W. Flagler Saint The sale takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 11-14. In an effort to cut down on the use of plastic bags, buyers are encouraged to bring their own bags from home.

Authorities Still Searching For Hit- & -Run Driver Who Struck Road Ranger's Truck MIAMI - The search is on to find the driver that rear-ended a road ranger's truck and then took off. The crash happened on the southbound Turnpike, north of Okeechobee Road on Saturday. The road ranger, Salvador Romero, was trying to help another driver that had a flat tire when the truck was hit by a silver Mazda.

Free theater at Naked Angels Tuesdays Love spoken word, live music, open mic and play readings? Then read on to learn about the event that's perfect for you. The Speakeasy Theater Co. inside the Broadmoor Hotel on North Beach, is now home to the Tuesday night event Naked Angels, the country's longest running cold read event from 8-10:30 p.m.

President Trump Greeted With Applause At Israeli-American Council National Summit MIAMI - President Donald Trump is back D.C. after making two South Florida stops. As the keynote speaker of his first event, President Trump was greeted with applause and cheers by the close to 4,000 people gathered in Hollywood for the Israeli-American Council National Summit.

Memorial Growing For UPS Driver Killed During Shootout In Miramar MIRAMAR - A memorial continues growing for the UPS driver killed in Thursday's deadly police chase and shootout. Throughout the day fellow coworkers and even strangers left little mementos for Frank Ordonez.

Hallandale Beach Police Officers Shoot Suspect They Tried Pulling Over HOLLYWOOD - Hallandale Beach police officers said they were forced to shoot a suspect during a chase that ended in Hollywood. Police told CBS4 that officers tried to pull over a car when its passenger hung out the window with a gun. They chased the car on Pembroke Road and on I-95 to Hollywood Boulevard.

Miami-Dade Police search for missing endangered man - Police are asking for the public's help in locating an endangered man who went missing out of North Miami. Alexander Sanchez, 28, was last seen in the 8300 block of North Miami Avenue, Saturday. Authorities said he is autistic and suffers from schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder.

Five Only-in-Miami Stories of Art Fraud Miami is no stranger to all kinds of fraud, but the art world's mysterious wheelings and dealings are next level. Just in time for the end of Art Basel, an alternate universe where men's clothing lines try to sell you a $5 million shirt and duct-taped bananas are called art, here are five only-in-Miami stories of art fraud.

Car wash employee smashes into Boca Raton gas station - A car wash employee crashed into a Boca Raton gas station. The incident left a startling scene at a BP gas station, Friday. The employee was inside a customer's vehicle when the crash happened, and police said the worker ran away from the scene. The employee accidentally hit the gas hitting another sedan, and crashing into the gas station store.

Attempted traffic stop ends in police involved shooting in Hollywood - An attempted traffic stop ended in a police involved shooting. The incident happened west of the traffic circle on Hollywood Boulevard near City Hall, Sunday. The shooting started in Hallandale Beach on Foster Road where police said the suspect did not pull over.

'Hungry artist' eats buzzy duct-taped banana at Art Basel - It's the piece of art that South Florida has been going bananas over - but at Art Basel this weekend, one person ate the star of the show. "Comedian," a piece of "edible art" created by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, consists of a banana duct-taped to a white wall.

Barber nonprofit gifts haircuts to homeless in downtown Miami MIAMI - Some dedicated barbers went a cut above to donate their services to homeless people in downtown Miami, just in time for the holidays. Hairdresser Daniella Franquez and some of her friends set a pop-up along the 100 block of Southwest Second Avenue to cut the hair of the less fortunate, Saturday.

Community mourns UPS driver, bystander killed in police shootout in Miramar - A grieving community is coming together two days after a police shootout in Miramar claimed two innocent lives, including a UPS driver whose vehicle was carjacked, as unanswered questions about the officers' violent actions continue to swirl.

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