Food DrivesFood is being distributed throughout South Florida.
New Coronavirus Testing Site Opens Up In SW MiamiA new drive-through driving coronavirus testing site has opened up in Miami-Dade.
Latest National Coronavirus NewsDoctors say this will be a particularly deadly week for the US.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Holds Coronavirus RoundtableFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis held a roundtable on the state's coronavirus response.
Groups Of Healthy Passengers Allowed Off Coral PrincessMore passengers from the Coral Princess cruise ship will make their way home on charter flights from South Florida. Today, a plane will carry 134 people to Columbus, Ohio, New York and Toronto.
WEB EXTRA: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Holds COVID-19 RoundtableFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis held a roundtable discussion on Florida's response to the coronavirus on Monday morning.
Coronavirus Has Hollywood Changing The Way It Does BusinessChris Martinez reports with movie theaters closed, many studios are streaming their new movies.
Therapist Says While Self-Isolating It's Important To Loosen Up A LittleClinical social worker and therapist Jami Young says give yourself and the kids some leeway and it's okay to break some rules.
UM Medical Students Spent Weekend Collecting PPEThe gloves, masks, and face shields they collected will to Jackson Memorial and Holy Cross hospitals.
Coronavirus Pandemic Changing The Ways People WorshipMike Cugno reports services are being streamed so people can watch and take part.
Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart Says He's Now COVID-19 FreeThe congressman said while he does not feel 100 percent, he's happy to be reunited with his family.
3 Deaths On Coral Princess As Healthy Passengers Finally Start Heading HomeHundreds of healthy cruise ship passengers began to disembark from the Coral Princess Sunday at PortMiami for their journey home. Two people on the ship died of the coronavirus and a 71-year-old man, Wilson Maa, died late Saturday night after arriving at the Port
Coronavirus Numbers In Florida As Of Sunday NightHere are the latest Coronavirus cases in the state of FLorida as of Sunday night
How To Cope With Stress & Tension At Home During Coronavirus PandemicHow can couples now stuck at home avoid getting on each other's nerves? South Florida marriage and family therapist Dr. Ayala Winer has some answers.
Coronavirus Cases Across The Nation Surge Over 300,000The number of people infected with coronavirus in the U-S has jumped to over 300-thousand...and in the last 24 hours, another 13-hundred people have died. Federal health officials warn, this coming week will be even worse. Nikole Killion has the latest from Washington.
Florida Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart Deemed Free Of COVID-19Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart announced on Sunday that he has been deemed free of the coronavirus.
New Coronavirus Drive-Through Testing Site Now Open In South DadeMiami-Dade County opened a new drive-through coronavirus testing site at the South Dade Government Center on Sunday.
Palm Sunday Services Go Virtual In Age Of Social DistancingIt’s Palm Sunday, but services across South Florida and the country are much different than people are used to.
Coronavirus Impact: Florida Rep. Mucarsel-Powell Calls For Investigation Into Death of Coral Princess Passenger Wilson MaaHundreds of healthy cruise ship passengers began to disembark from the Coral Princess Sunday at PortMiami for their journey home. Two people on the ship died of the coronavirus and a 71-year-old man, Wilson Maa, died late Saturday night after arriving at the Port. The ship had been denied docking by 3 countries after it was announced that 12 people onboard had COVID-19. Sunday, eight more people were taken to the hospital and Congressman Debbie Mucarsel-Powell now want local authorities to investigate the handling of Wilson Maa.
Weston Mayor Daniel Stermer Tests Positive For CoronavirusDaniel Stermer, the mayor of Weston, has tested positive for coronavirus.
Coronavirus Impact: Jury Trials In Florida Suspended Through MayTrying to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at courthouses across the state, Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles Canady on Monday extended a suspension of jury trials and many other in-person court proceedings through May.
Coronavirus Test: Miami-Dade Launching COVID-19 Screening With 15 Minute Blood TestAs part of a first-in-the-nation random survey, the University of Miami School of Medicine will begin using a screening tool that reveals whether or not the body has been exposed to COVID-19 in just 15 minutes.
Coronavirus Update: Florida Prepaid College Plan Payments Deferred For Three MonthsFlorida families who are enrolled in one of Florida's Prepaid College Plans will have their payments deferred until July 20th.
Coronavirus Update: Florida Governor Desantis Urges Precautions For Religious HolidaysFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday encouraged people to be “spiritually together but to remain socially distant” during the upcoming religious holidays.
Coronavirus Impact: Gas Prices Continue To Drop In FloridaFuel prices in Florida continue to drop, with regular unleaded gasoline now costing less than $2 a gallon at 90 percent of the pumps, according to the AAA auto club.
Coronavirus Update: Hundreds Benefit From Sweetwater Food DriveAmid the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Sweetwater held a drive-Thru food drive for Miami-Dade County residents while supplies lasted.
Coronavirus Impact: Travel At MIA Slows Down To A Trickle, 'It's A Bit Of A Ghost Town'For an airport that usually sees upwards of 122,000 passengers a day, travel at Miami International Airport has slowed down to a trickle.
Coronavirus Work: South Florida Career Expert Takes A Look At What Industries Are Hiring Right NowWe’re launching a new series called “We’re Hiring” to help our viewers find jobs during this challenging time.
Coronavirus Help: Hialeah Opening Four Locations Where People Can Pick Up Unemployment ApplicationsDue to the massive influx of people applying for unemployment benefits because they've lost their jobs due to the coronavirus crisis, the Department of Economic Opportunity's website and call center haven't been able to keep up.
Coronavirus Update: Governor Ron DeSantis To Wave Collection Of Taxes For Small Business LoansGovernor Ron DeSantis held a coronavirus roundtable Monday morning in Tallahassee.
Coronavirus Cruise Ship: Groups Of Healthy Passengers Allowed Off Coral PrincessThe first groups of healthy passengers stuck on the Coral Princess cruise ship at Port Miami have been allowed to disembark and go home.
Coronavirus At-A-Glance 4-6-20New cases of the coronavirus are surfacing every day across the nation and around the world. Here are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 7 a.m. on April 6, 2020.
Coronavirus Grounds Miami Beach Air & Sea Show Scheduled For Memorial Day WeekendThis year's National Salute to America's Heroes air and sea show on Miami Beach has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Impact: Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody's Office Offers Recommendations Against ZoombombingThe office of Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody is recommending measures to increase privacy during Zoom meetings to guard against 'Zoombombing.'
Coronavirus Recovery: Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart Says He's Now COVID-19 FreeSome good news from a South Florida congressman who tested positive for the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Broward Schools Closes All Campus, Adds Food Distribution SitesAll Broward County public school campuses were closed Monday except for food distribution.
Zoo Miami Big Cats Healthy After Tiger At Bronx Zoo Tests Positive For COVID-19Nadia, a 4-year-old female Malayan tiger at the Bronx Zoo, has tested positive for COVID-19. She, her sister Azul, two Amur tigers, and three African lions had developed a dry cough and all are expected to recover. This positive COVID-19 test for the tiger was confirmed by USDA’s National Veterinary Services Laboratory.
Coronavirus Impact: 3 Deaths On Coral Princess As Healthy Passengers Finally Start Heading HomeHundreds of healthy cruise ship passengers began to disembark from the Coral Princess Sunday at PortMiami for their journey home. Two people on the ship died of the coronavirus and a 71-year-old man, Wilson Maa, died late Saturday night after arriving at the Port. The ship had been denied docking by 3 countries after it was announced that 12 people onboard had COVID-19.
Coronavirus At-A-Glance 4-5-20New cases of the coronavirus are surfacing every day across the nation and around the world. Here are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 7 p.m. on April 5, 2020.