The Salvation Army of Broward is in dire need of food supplies.
While many people are sitting by the beach or at a backyard barbecue for the Memorial Day weekend, others will be working to end homelessness.
The State of Florida will receive more than $70 million in grants to help the homeless.
Thousands of Miami’s poorest have been fed over Easter weekend.
Cats without homes in South Florida will hopefully find a new success with a change in latitude.
As cold weather is expected to move into South Florida late Thursday night, Broward County has declared a Cold Weather Emergency until 7:00 a.m. Friday morning.
Thousands and thousands of Americans are among the chronic homeless, and homelessness is a big problem across South Florida, both among adults and our youth..
Now, the Miami-Dade Homeless Trust has joined more than 200 other communities in a national movement, a push to get these folks off the streets and find them permanent homes.
We focus on the so-called “100,000 homes” campaign and its goal to end chronic homelessness by 2015.
The cold air over that descended over South Florida the last two nights has kept farmers in the area busy and residents looking for ways to stay warm.
An investigation is underway after a woman was beaten to death on a Miami sidewalk. It happened in the early morning hours on NW 17th Street between 7th and 8th avenues.
With temperatures forecast to plunge into the mid-40s overnight, Broward’s Salvation Army is preparing to give the homeless a warm, safe place to stay.