Broward 'Food For Florida' Sites To Reopen Later This MonthBroward County 'Food for Florida' sites have closed temporarily and are set to reopen later in the month, officials announced.
Mother Arrested After Newborn Found In Hospital Garbage CanA mother has been arrested after a newborn, alive and breathing, was found in a hospital garbage can.
BSO: 2 Women Assaulted In Their Deerfield Beach HomesA safety alert issued Thursday night after two women tell deputies a man broke into their Deerfield Beach homes and assaulted them.
Soldier From Miami Gardens Part Of Group Killed In Niger AmbushThe Department of Defense says one of the four U.S. soldiers killed in an attack by Islamic extremists in Niger was a South Florida native.
Miami-Dade Looking Into Legislation For LED Crosswalk LightsHow many times have you seen people texting and walking, clearly distracted?
Families Arriving From Puerto Rico Grateful To Get Off Depleted IslandFamily members held on and wouldn't let go.
Local Efforts Collecting Donations For Puerto RicoSeveral locations across Miami-Dade and Broward counties have been collecting donations for the victims of hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and the turn out has been impressive.
Power Of Social Media Lands Suspected Generator Thief Behind BarsDuring Hurricane Irma, most in our community chose to rise up to the challenge. But a few decided to go lower than low.
Flights From Miami To Mexico Canceled Following Massive EarthquakeDozens of flights in and out of Mexico City canceled or delayed following the 7.1 earthquake.
Barry University Charters Students, Faculty In St. Croix Away From Hurricane Maria’s PathBarry University has carried out a rescue operation – getting faculty and students sitting right in Hurricane Maria's path to safety.
Expect Delays, Some Inconvenience On First Day Back At SchoolAfter a week off, parents are ready for children to go back to school. But the children?
FPL Pushes Back Restoration Time; Broward By Monday, Miami-Dade TuesdayThere are still hundreds of thousands of people living without power, in the sweltering South Florida heat.