Drive-Thru Innovation Helped 'Robert Is Here Fruit Stand' Survive During Coronavirus PandemicRobert Is Here is a South Florida institution, a famous tropical fruit stand that draws tourists and regulars from far and wide.
Calls Grow For Acting US Attorney General To Investigate Florida Governor Ron DeSantis On Alleged Vaccine FavoritismCalls grew on Thursday for the acting US attorney general to investigate Florida Governor Ron DeSantis amid revelations that seniors in a wealthy enclave in Key Largo received hundreds of life-saving vaccinations as early as mid-January.
Report Shows Longstanding Problems With Florida's Unemployment SystemFlorida’s online unemployment system was never tested to meet the demands encountered during the coronavirus pandemic, and more than a dozen issues remained outstanding years after the system went live, according to a report released Thursday by Gov. Ron DeSantis’ office.
‘Tiger King’ Star Joe Exotic To Release Tell-All MemoirJoe Exotic is not holding back in his new tell-all memoir.
Arrest Made In Miami Beach Hotel Manager AttackMiami Beach police have made an arrest in connection to a brutal attack on a hotel manager.
Former Plantation Gym Owners Who Allegedly Refused To Enforce Masks At Center Facing Possible Jail TimeTwo former Plantation gym owners who allegedly refused to enforce masks at their center are facing possible jail time.
COVID In Florida: 6,118 Additional Cases, 127 Deaths Reported ThursdayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 6,118 new coronavirus cases on Thursday.
Gov. DeSantis Opens COVID-19 Vaccinations To All Teachers In The State, Regardless Of AgeAll Florida teachers, school employees, and child care workers, regardless of age, can now receive a COVID-19 vaccination.
School Voucher Expansion Ready For Vote In Florida SenateA sweeping proposal to combine Florida’s five major school-voucher programs into two and establish them as taxpayer-backed “education savings accounts” is now teed up for consideration by the full Senate.
Florida Senate Eyes Proposal On Police Drone UseWith some lawmakers expressing concerns about privacy rights, the Florida Senate could be poised to consider allowing law-enforcement agencies to use aerial drones to help with traffic management, collecting crime-scene evidence and eyeing large crowds.
Florida Senate Ready To Weigh Online Sales Tax PlanA proposal is ready to go before the Senate that could cut deeply into the state’s revenue shortfall by requiring many out-of-state online retailers to collect sales taxes on purchases made by Floridians.
Nearly 70 Pounds Of Cocaine Found In Plastic Wrapped Bale Off Upper KeysA person snorkeling near Craig Key made an unusual find on Wednesday afternoon.
Miami Weather: Cooler Start, Mild Afternoon TempsIt was a cooler start across South Florida with temperatures mostly in the upper 50s in Broward and Miami-Dade due to a cold front that moved in overnight.
Florida Jobless Claims Below 16,000 Last WeekMarking a pandemic low, the U.S. Department of Labor estimated 15,903 first-time unemployment claims were filed last week in Florida.
'Our Tourism Is Still Handicapped,' Gov. Ron DeSantis Believes Feds Should Let Cruising ResumeGov. Ron DeSantis believes Florida’s economic recovery from COVID-19 could be better if the federal government would let cruise ship passengers decide if they want to take their chances on the open seas.