Organizers Hold Video Conference Ahead Of Wednesday's Planned School WalkoutsSchool districts across the nation are preparing for what could be hundreds of thousands of students protesting on Wednesday.
Gov. Scott Signs Gun Bill In Wake Of Parkland School Shooting, NRA SuesGovernor Rick Scott has signed a school safety gun bill in the wake of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Massive Waves Push Sand, Water Inland And Cause Flooding Issues In Dania BeachA coastal flood warning is in effect for Broward County through Tuesday.
Students, Teachers & Parents Preparing For Classes To Resume At Marjory Stoneman DouglasThe gates of Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School are covered, as far as the eye can see.
11 People Arrested After Bust Of Major Fuel Theft RingMiami-Dade’s State Attorney’s office has busted a major fuel theft ring in South Florida.
Residents Uneasy As Overtown Community Meets To Discuss Soccer StadiumCommunity activists may have crossed a line trying to stop David Beckham’s from building a soccer stadium in Overtown.
After Beckham Announcement, Fake Eviction Notices Pop Up At Public Housing Community Just hours after David Beckham announced soccer would be coming to a new stadium in Overtown, eviction notices appeared at the public housing community right across the street from the stadium site.
Cryptocurrency Condo Sale Attempt Proves To Be Wild Ride For South Florida ResidentWhen Ciro Fodere listed his condo at Platinum for sale, within hours his listing went viral in social media.
'I Don't Want To Be Taken Away': Dreamer Fearful Of DACA's FutureAs the government ended their shutdown Monday, a new clock started for the group known as Dreamers.
Haitian-Americans Upset Over Trump's Racist RemarkMiami's Haitian community call President Donald Trump's about their homeland racist bullying.
Domestic Violence Call Turns Into Deputy-Involved Shooting InvestigationA domestic violence call has now turned into a deputy-involved shooting investigation.
Deputy U.S. Attorney General In Miami For Human Trafficking RoundtableDeputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was in South Florida on Thursday, holding a roundtable to discuss human trafficking.