CBS4 News Morning Headlines 4/8/2021

Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.

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MARIBEL RODRIGUEZ: Good morning, South Florida, I'm Maribel Rodriguez.

FRANCIS WANG: And I'm Francis Wang. Here's a look at some of your Thursday morning headlines. Police are investigating a deadly drive-by shooting involving three teenagers in Southwest Miami-Dade. It happened just after 8:30 last night at Southwest 223rd St. and 115th Avenue. Police tell us a 17-year-old died at the scene. Two 16-year-olds also shot and rushed to Kendall Regional Medical Center. One was stable. No word on the other's condition. So far no word on a motive, also no word-- call police if you have any information.

MARIBEL RODRIGUEZ: It's a much smaller crowd this morning at the FEMA-supported vaccination site at the Miami-Dade College North Campus. This follows record breaking numbers of people getting vaccinated earlier this week. More than 10,000 people were vaccinated at FEMA sites and in Hard Rock Stadium on Monday and Tuesday, demanding increase when the age requirement dropped to 18 and above. People are also liking the idea of the one and done Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

FRANCIS WANG: Later today, President Joe Biden expected to unveil a series of executive actions aimed at reducing gun violence. Most of his actions tackle relatively minor issues like a revision of the federal government's definition of firearm. Another target is so-called ghost guns, weapons assembled from kits that have no serial numbers. The president will reportedly order the Justice Department to try to limit their availability.

MARIBEL RODRIGUEZ: And the Los Angeles County Sheriff says Tiger Woods was speeding when he crashed his SUV in Southern California. According to investigators, the estimated speed at the first area of impacts were 84 to 87 miles per hour. The posted speed limit was 45. Detectives say Woods was not under the influence of any controlled substance and will not be cited for the crash or face charges. That's a look at some of your Thursday morning headlines.

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