The true story of a tail-less dolphin and her story of inspiration and hope opens in movie theaters Friday.
The true story about how a Florida aquarium and a tail-less dolphin saved each other is coming soon to movie theaters.
A line of strong thunderstorms raced across South Florida late Thursday morning, dropping some much needed rain and bringing a change in the temperature, as a new cold front promises a chilly night.
After a gloomy and wet Wednesday, the sun is back and so is the sweater weather.
No matter where you live in the US, this winter has given all of us the cold shoulder. From California blizzards, to Midwest whiteouts, to sleet across the southeast, and frigid Nor’easters along the eastern seaboard, it’s been anything but a winter wonderland.
As snow continues to wreak havoc across much of the nation, it makes the decision you made to live in the Sunshine State look that much better.
Old Man Winter is making a return trip to South Florida. The blizzard in New England is sending cold air all the way down into our area.
Farmers across South Florida are breathing a little easier Tuesday after the arctic air that covered the area for the last two days slowly begins to break.
It looks like the frigid air that has dominated South Florida for the past few days is finally starting to break. But, the arctic blast left a trail of record lows in the area and record snowfall in the Northeast.
If you hear someone sniffling, coughing, or wheezing, you may want to head the other way fast. Florida health officials say the flu season arrived earlier than usual this winter.