COVID-19 Deaths Near 58,000 As Hospitalizations DropNearly 58,000 Florida residents have died of COVID-19 since the pandemic started in early 2020, according to a report released Friday by the state Department of Health.
State Heads Off Debt Collectors On Overpayments Of Unemployment AidGov. Ron DeSantis called Friday for indefinitely keeping debt collectors away from Floridians facing “overpayment” notices on unemployment aid received during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Judge Rejects Challenge To 'Vaccine Passport' BanA Leon County circuit judge has refused to block a state law that bans so-called “vaccine passports,” rejecting arguments by a Sarasota business that the law violates First Amendment rights.
Florida Looks To Cement Rule On Masks, QuarantiningThe Florida Department of Health on Friday proposed a long-term rule to try to prevent school mask mandates and give parents more authority to decide whether children who have been exposed to COVID-19 should be able to attend school.
Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure Returns To South FloridaThis year's South Florida Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure returned to South Florida on Saturday.
Sunshine Saturday, Heating Up Before The Cold FrontIt’s a nice, sunny start to the weekend with only the chance for a stray drizzle or shower on this Saturday.
Attorney: School Gunman Nikolas Cruz To Plead Guilty To Massacre; Parkland Families ReactSelf-confessed Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz will plead guilty to murder in the 2018 mass shooting that killed 17 students and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School his lawyer told a judge on Friday.
Nikolas Cruz Pleads Guilty In BSO Jail Guard AttackBroward Judge Elizabeth Scherer has accepted a guilty plea from self-confessed Parkland massacre shooter Nikolas Cruz on four felony charges in his jail battery case and guilty pleas are expected next week in the deadly school shooting.
Parkland Survivor David Hogg On Potential Guilty Plea: 'It's Horrific That Our Community Has To Continue Going Through This'Parkland survivors want justice, but also focus to stay on gun violence.
Desperate & Asking For Help, Family Left Homeless By Fire In LauderhillA family from Ohio, living in Lauderhill, was left homeless by a house fire.
Florida Task Force Makes Recommendations On Condo SafetyFlorida legislators should overhaul the state's condominium laws, according to a task force report prepared by a section of the Florida Bar.
White Cane Day Celebrates Achievements Of Visually ImpairedWhite Cane Day is a national observance established more than 50 years ago by former President Lyndon B. Johnson.
City Of Miami Comes Under Scrutiny For Reasons Behind Firing Police Chief Art AcevedoOne by one, the City of Miami commissioners voted in favor of firing Police Chief Art Acevedo. Now, the City of Miami is under scrutiny for the reasons behind its decision to fire the chief of police.
Exclusive: South Florida Children Speak Out About Their Moderna VaccinationsChildren who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus under a nationwide trial and their parents are speaking out, saying they are grateful for inoculations that will protect them.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Offers State Ports To Help End Supply-Chain CrisisOn Friday, Governor Ron DeSantis offered Florida's ports to help bring the supply crisis to an end.