Fast food workers in South Florida have joined their counterparts across the country in a push for $15-an-hour wages.
You’re probably familiar with the the saying “Finders, Keepers.” One woman believes surveillance video shows a fellow fast food customer taking that phrase a bit too seriously.
The chants went up Thursday outside a Miami McDonald’s and a nearby Wendy’s as demonstrators demanded an increase in the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Burger lovers can now get their fix for breakfast.
Workers at three South Florida fast food restaurants plan to join the nationwide protest over low wages.
Miami Fire Rescue, around 4 a.m. responded to an accident where a car collided with a tractor trailer.
t last travelers on the Florida Turnpike near Pompano Beach can stop in for a Pizza Hut slice or a Dunkin Donut, and all it took was 18 months of construction and $16 million to make it happen.
The ‘Home of the Whopper’ put some new items on the menu on Monday in an effort to stem slumping sales.
Miami-based Burger King has been dethroned as the country’s second biggest hamburger chain.
It’s beginning to look like the King may not be strong enough to fight off a challenge from a pigtailed girl.