CBS4 News Morning Headlines 4/28/2021

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- Good morning, South Florida. I'm Maribel Rodriguez. Here's a look at some of your Wednesday morning headlines.

In a surprise move, Broward superintendent Robert Runcie has offered to step down. He said he would resign if it could give Parkland family some peace. The board will decide tomorrow if they want to move forward with a termination agreement. Runcie and school board general counsel Barbara Myrick were arrested last week. Runcie faces a perjury charge.

Miami-Dade Police are investigating a possible abduction outside Concourse J at Miami International Airport. Investigators released this photo of a man they are searching for. They say he was seen hitting a woman before chasing, and then pushing her inside a silver Mazda station wagon Monday night. Police say the car had the plate number QCJ 881, and drove off with one of the doors open. If you can help, call Miami-Dade Police.

According to the CDC, Americans who have been fully vaccinated no longer need to wear masks outside. Masks are still recommended for everyone while you're indoors, also at crowded outdoor events such as concerts, and at small indoor gatherings where unvaccinated people are present. CDC data shows nearly 40% of US adults are now fully vaccinated.

And the pandemic will be one of the topics brought up tonight when President Joe Biden addresses a joint session of Congress for the first time. The president is also expected to reveal details on his American Families Plan. President Biden will also speak before a smaller crowd. Attendance will be limited to about 200 people.

And that's a look at some of your morning headlines. Make sure to join us later for CBS 4 News at Noon. And get updates any time on CBSMiami.com.