Theater, Arts, And Museums Helping To Restart South Florida's EconomyTheaters and museums have been and continue to be on the forefront of the resurging Florida economy. Museums are already pulling crowds and theaters are ramping up programing as patrons are feeling more comfortable with visiting public locations, despite the recent rise in COVID cases.
Juvenile Green Sea Turtle Released In Florida Keys To Join Tour de Turtles Online RaceA juvenile green sea turtle rehabilitated at the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital was fitted with a satellite-tracking transmitter and released from a Keys beach Friday to join the 14th annual Tour de Turtles, a marathon-like “race” that follows the long-distance migration of sea turtles over three months.
Cinderella's Castle Gets Makeover Ahead Of Disney's 50th Anniversary CelebrationsGuests visiting Disney's Magic Kingdom may notice something different about Cinderella’s Castle.
'It Means Absolutely Everything': Family Of Miami's Eddy Alvarez Watch Proudly As He Carries American Flag At Olympics Opening CeremonyThe summer Olympic games are officially underway in Tokyo, but here in South Florida, proud family and friends of Eddy Alvarez gathered in Doral to watch the Miami native and baseball player carry the American flag for Team U.S.A.
MDPD Takes Over Surfside Condo Recovery As Brother Of Lone Unaccounted For Victim Estelle Hedaya Remains Heartbroken But Not HopelessMiami-Dade police have taken over the Surfside condo search and recovery efforts as the brother of the lone victim, still unaccounted for, remains heartbroken but not hopeless.
Small Flotilla Leaves Miami For Cuba Despite Homeland Security WarningThe planned Freedom Flotilla was on its way Friday afternoon from Key West to the international waters near Cuba.
Florida Task Force 1 & 2 Demobilizing After Month-Long Deployment At Surfside Condo Collapse SiteHighly-trained Urban Search and Rescue Teams, deployed to the scene of the Surfside condo collapse four weeks ago, are being demobilized on Friday and heading home.
State Sets Up Hotline For Condo Consumer Protection Issues In Wake Of Surfside CollapseFollowing the deadly Surfside condo collapse in June, Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried is asking the Florida legislature to update condo safety regulations during the next legislative session.
Issue Of Face Masks For Florida Students Drawing National AttentionAs the Broward school system strongly recommends that students wear face masks when school resumes next month, the issue is drawing national attention in part because of an exchange on Thursday that involved Florida’s Governor and the White House Press Secretary.
Red Tide Uptick Spurs Respiratory Warning At Florida BeachesThe National Weather Service said Friday that people may experience respiratory problems because of a persistent bloom of toxic red tide off Florida's Gulf Coast.
Survey: Working From Home Yields Positive Effect On Finances, Time With Family, More SleepAs coronavirus cases fall and more Americans get vaccinated, some workers are heading back to the office, but many plan to keep working from home permanently.
Florida’s Back-To-School Sales Tax Holiday Expanded To 10 Days, Starts July 31Here is some good financial news for parents. Florida’s annual Back-to-School “Sales Tax Holiday” has been expanded to 10 days and will take place from Saturday, July 31 through Monday, August 9.
Could College Athletes Profit from Adult Entertainment?A “leading adult webcam company” is looking to cash in on recent changes allowing college athletes in Florida and across the nation to earn money off their names, images and likenesses.
Miami Weather: Scorching Heat Then Storms, Watching Area Of Low PressureIt's another summer scorcher in South Florida with highs climbing to the low 90s Friday afternoon and it will feel like the triple-digits.
Late Haitian President Jovenel Moïse Laid To Rest FridayHaiti laid its late president Jovenel Moïse to rest on Friday amid protests from angry supporters of the slain leader in his hometown.