Around 3:30 on Monday afternoon, four workers cleaning and inspecting the bridges along the New River below I-95 were on a suspended scaffolding when it suddenly gave way.
Thanks to a budget surplus and an election year, Florida’s children could gain protection, education, developmental screening and other services during the upcoming legislative session.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents were called in after migrants came ashore along Ft. Lauderdale’s beach.
Governor Rick Scott formally removed former Sweetwater Mayor Manny Maroño Friday, the day after he was sentenced to three years and four months in prison for his part in a kickback scheme.
JetBlue Airlines took the unusual step of shutting down service to four major airports in the Northeast for hours on Monday and Tuesday due to a winter storm affecting the area.
A place that was once imagined to be a paradise spot for tourist has quickly turned into a home for drugs, violence and crime.
No set plans this weekend? How about a visit to one of South Florida’s museums—and if you have Bank of America or Merrill Lynch—you won’t have to pay to enter.
In response to an increase in car burglaries, police set up a decoy vehicle, with a laptop inside, in the affected area of NW 7th Avenue and West Sunrise Boulevard.
Sure South Florida may be experiencing near-record heat two days into the New Year, but other parts of the country are dealing with some serious winter weather—which is affecting flights all around the country.
A $110 million waterpark in Ft. Lauderdale, the likes of which have never been seen before, may finally get off the drawing board and be built.