FPL Proposes Pandemic Aid For Small BusinessesFlorida Power & Light has asked state regulators to approve a proposal that would offer bill credits to certain small businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Florida Reports Highest Coronavirus Numbers In Past Two MonthsFlorida reported its highest coronavirus numbers in two months with another uptick in new infections Saturday, surging to more than 4,000 cases.
Hungry Boaters Fed Aboard Fort Lauderdale Floating RestaurantWhen Fort Lauderdale boaters need a fast bite on the Intracoastal, those in-the-know queue up for calamari, clam nachos and Hong Kong-style pork at Jay’s Sandbar Floating BBQ, the city’s only floating restaurant, anchored at the Fort Lauderdale sandbar every weekend.
Coronavirus Stats At-A-Glance: Florida Adds 4,044 Newly Reported Cases, Adds 88 DeathsHere are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 11 a.m. on October 17, 2020.
Top Jail Administrators Fired For Incident Involving Inmate Who Gave Birth While In CustodyTwo of the highest-ranking Broward Sheriff's Office detention administrators were fired this week after a woman gave birth while in custody.
Police Investigate Double Shooting In MiramarMiramar police say two people were shot in the early morning hours.
Ready To Cast Your Ballot In Person? Early Voting Begins Monday In Broward, Miami-Dade CountiesEarly voting kicks off Monday In South Florida, and Friday final preparations were being made in Broward and Miami-Dade counties.
More States Break Single-Day COVID Records, But What Does That Mean For Florida?A Fall surge in COVID-19 cases has arrived in the United States. Eight states have broken single-day records this week.
Miami Director Billy Corben Looks Back At The Contentious 2000 Election With His Latest Documentary, '537 Votes'With the 2020 Presidential Election on the horizon, we take a look back at the 2000 President Election with a new HBO documentary titled '537 Votes.' which debuts next Wednesday, October 21 on HBO and HBO Max.
Battery Charge Dismissed Against BSO Sergeant Gregory LaCerra In Rough Arrest Of Teen DeLucca RolleIn the stand your ground case stemming from the aggressive takedown of Broward teenager Delucca Rolle, a judge granted the "Stand your ground" motion filed by one of the two deputies who arrested the then 15-year-old.
Florida Stance On Ballot Drop Boxes Draws FireGov. Ron DeSantis’ administration is telling county elections supervisors that ballot collection boxes outside early voting sites have to be staffed, but the local officials’ attorney said Florida law doesn’t include any such requirement.
Broward Extends Restaurant Dining, Bar Service To MidnightGood news for diners in Broward, the curfew on county restaurants just got pushed back.
Mail-In Ballot Voter Fraud Fact CheckWith the nation still in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s estimated up to 80 million Americans may choose to mail in their ballots this election.
BSO Regains Full Accreditation, After Losing It To Parkland, Fort Lauderdale Airport Mass ShootingsAfter losing it in 2019, Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony announced Friday that the Broward Sheriff’s Office has regained full accreditation status.
Two People Arrested In Deadly Shooting Of Pastor Gregory Boyd At NW Dade Flea MarketTwo people have been arrested in the murder of Pastor Gregory Boyd outside a northwest Miami-Dade flea market.