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.
Sunday is not on the first day of December, it’s also World AIDS Day. To mark the occasion, Archbishop Thomas Wenski celebrated a special World AIDS Day Mass at St. Mary Cathedral to pray for those living with HIV/AIDS, their families, and in remembrance of those who have passed away because of complications caused by HIV.
A small plane, confirmed a medical flight, with reportedly four people on board fell from the skies into the Atlantic Ocean Tuesday evening.
It is as if you’ve entered a prestigious country club or five-star hotel when you first arrive at 5 Harborage, an expansive estate inside an exclusive waterfront community in Fort Lauderdale.
Patients in the Fort Lauderdale area ranked as the worst in the nation for not taking their medications as prescribed.
It may be just before Thanksgiving, but Santa Claus is already stopping by South Florida for a visit.
It’s a bust that goes down fast. Aiman Asad is in front of his store, placed in cuffs by Fort Lauderdale Police as Rami Hamdallah is walked out next, taken into custody. They’re accused of buying stolen merchandise from crooks.