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Triple Shooting Investigated In West ParkThe Broward Sheriff's Office is investigating an early-morning triple shooting in West Park.
Tampa Super Bowl Could Be Derailed As COVID-19 Cases Continue To SurgeSuper Bowl LV is scheduled to take place in Tampa on February 7, but right now the NFL's path to the Sunshine State threatens to be derailed by a global pandemic running wild in the US.
COVID In Florida: 10,431 New Daily Cases And 91 Additional DeathsFlorida reports another 10,177 newly added cases of COVID-19, and another 124 deaths.
Man Accused Of Stealing Baby Pacifier, Found In Woman's Van Turns Out To Be Orange County DeputySmelling of alcohol, with a baby pacifier, and inside a woman's minivan, authorities say they arrested a man who turned out to be an Orange County Deputy.
Early-Morning House Fire Displaces 2 Adults In NE MiamiA house fire has displaced two people early Saturday morning in northeast Miami.
What Another Stimulus Deal Could Mean For Jobless BenefitsWith major federal jobless aid programs slated to expire by year-end, the question is what could replace them as high unemployment continues to afflict the U.S. economy and millions of Americans struggle to make ends meet.
US House Of Representatives Passes Bill Decriminalizing Marijuana At Federal LevelThe House of Representatives has approved legislation that would decriminalize marijuana and seek to "address the devastating injustices caused by the War on Drugs."
Endangered Florida Panther Struck, Killed By VehicleAn endangered Florida panther has died after being struck by a vehicle, officials announced Saturday.
Thinking Of Welcoming 2021 In Key West, While Partying All Night? Think Again!Key West Mayor Teri Johnston signed an emergency order Friday that sets an island-wide curfew from 10 p.m. to 6 p.m., running Thursday, Dec. 31, through Sunday, Jan. 3.
Sun Sentinel Investigation: Gov. Ron DeSantis ‘Ordered Public Health Officials Not To Discuss The COVID-19 Virus With The Public’In the midst of this pandemic, a SunSentinel investigation found that Gov. Ron DeSantis and his administration had been misleading the public about the crisis from the beginning.
So, Will You Be Getting A COVID Vaccine Once It Becomes Widely Available?Dr. Aileen Marty says she agrees with the CDC that those most at risk, including health care workers, those with underlying health conditions, and individuals 65 and older should consider taking a vaccine once it is available.
COVID In South Florida: United Message From Mayors: 'Hope Is On The Horizon' But 'We Can't Let Our Guard Down'South Florida mayors are expressing growing concern over increasing COVID-19 cases and what it means for our local hospitals. But in virtual and telephone news conferences on Friday morning, both Miami-Dade Mayor Danielle Levine Cava and Broward Mayor Steve Geller both echoed the same message, keep following CDC guidelines through the holidays and hope is on the horizon.
Davie Police: Vehicle Struck By Drag Racer, Killing DriverDavie police say a vehicle that had been drag racing Friday afternoon on Stirling Road in Davie struck a vehicle, killing that driver, according to police.
Fort Lauderdale Airport To Set Up COVID-19 Testing Site For TravelersFort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is about to become the second airport in the state to have a rapid COVID-19 test site available for travelers.
Stimulus Package Update: Are Politicians Finally Ready To Make A Deal?With COVID cases spiking nationwide, and the economy set to feel the effects, politicians start to get more serious about a stimulus package.
Jackson Health System CEO Carlos Migoya On COVID Vaccine: 'The Cavalry Is Coming. We Need Everyone To Dig In Until It Is Done"Carlos Migoya, President and CEO of Jackson Health Systems, has been working with other medical officials mapping out plans for the upcoming vaccine distribution.

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The Fillmore Reopens With Miami's Cuban Ballet Performance Of "Don Quixote Suite"The Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami will return to the stage on Saturday, Dec. 5 with Don Quixote Suite at the Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater.
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Gunman Sought In Deadly Pompano Beach Gas Station ShootingThe Broward Sheriff's Office is asking for help in finding the gunman responsible for a deadly shooting at a Pompano Beach gas station. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/2JKsFtw
Jackson Health System CEO Carlos Migoya On COVID VaccineCarlos Migoya said, 'The cavalry is coming. we need everyone to dig in until it is done." Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3qEWCwa
Fire Breaks Out At Uncle Tom's BBQ On SW 8th StreetA South Florida restaurant caught fire Friday morning before opening its doors to customers. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3mE0ESZ