Texas-Style Abortion Bill Filed In FloridaRepublican State Rep. Webster Barnaby filed a proposal Wednesday that aims to follow Texas’ lead in blocking physicians from performing abortions if there is a “detectable fetal heartbeat.”
FDA Authorizes Pfizer COVID-19 Booster Shots For Seniors, Others At High RiskThe authorization makes the Biden administration's plan to roll out booster shots this week at least partially possible.
FHP Searching For Men Accused Of Carjacking Good SamaritansTwo men who were involved in a crash on Interstate 75 are accused of carjacking the good Samaritans who stopped to help them, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
US Dept. Of Health: Number Of COVID-19 Hospitalizations In Florida Continue To Decline The number of people hospitalized in Florida with COVID-19 continued to decrease Wednesday, getting closer to 8,000, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Florida Joins Fight Against Partnership Between American Airlines & JetBlueFlorida Attorney General Ashley Moody has joined the U.S. Department of Justice and other states in an antitrust lawsuit that seeks to block a partnership between American Airlines and JetBlue.
Man Who Suffered Severe Burns Reunites With Staff Who Helped Save His Life At Kendall Regional Medical CenterA Bulgarian man who was flown to Kendall Regional Medical Center suffering from 3rd and 4th-degree burns to over 90 percent of his body returned to the hospital Wednesday to reunite with medical personnel who helped save his life.
Fort Lauderdale Neighbors Outraged Over County Plans To Build Morgue In Their NeighborhoodSome Fort Lauderdale residents are outraged at plans by Broward County to build a new state-of-the-art forensic center in their neighborhood.
Miami Beach Commission Candidate Kristen Rosen Gonzalez Plays 'Hispanic' Card, Only She's NotIn an interview with Democratic Party leaders, former Miami Beach Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez argued they should endorse her campaign comeback because she is “the most high-profile Hispanic Democrat in the City of Miami Beach.”
New Study Finds Growing Number Of Young People Suffering From Climate Change Anxiety"It is quite worrying, and it makes me think about our future, and it's definitely not a place that I want my kids to live in,” one student said.
National Hispanic Heritage Month: Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital's Maria Fermin Takes Pride In Making A DifferenceHispanic nurses are needed now more than ever as the Latino population has been affected disproportionately.
On Responsible Gaming Education Week, Lottery Officials Want You To Play ResponsiblyThis is responsible gaming education week and the Florida lottery is joining with several organizations to mark the occasion.
Study Takes A Look At The Mentality Of Scam VictimsScam victims come from all walks of life, education levels and backgrounds. So why do some people fall for a scam while others do not?
Exclusive: Rescued By Service Dog When Roof Collapsed, Paraplegic Man Appeals For Help To Find Apartment He Can AffordA paraplegic man is appealing for the public’s help after a terrible accident left him hospitalized and separated from his beloved service dog. He is now worried about their future.
Miami Gardens Shooting Under InvestigationMiami Gardens police are investigating a shooting on Wednesday afternoon.
Haitian Migrant Supporters Flood NW Dade Street, Demand They Be Allowed To Stay, Seek AsylumPeople protesting the deportation of Haitian migrants at the southern border took to the streets of northwest Miami-Dade near a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office on Wednesday.