Hospitality Union Stepping Up To Help Hotel Worker’s Family After They Say He Lost Battle With COVIDFamily and co-workers are heartbroken over the loss of German Amaya.
Police: Suspect Flees After Altercation Leads To Deadly Shooting At SW Miami Gas StationMiami-Dade police detectives are investigating a deadly shooting following an altercation between two men at a Shell gas station in Southwest Miami.
Appeals Court To Reconsider Epstein Victims CaseIn a major victory for victims of notorious sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, an Atlanta-based appeals court on Friday agreed to revisit a decision in a lawsuit alleging that federal prosecutors violated victims’ rights by hatching a secret non-prosecution deal without getting the input of women who were abused by the wealthy financier when they were minors.
Early Voting Begins In Florida As State Grapples With CoronavirusIn-person early voting began Saturday in Florida while the state continues to grapple with a high number of coronavirus cases.
Florida Property Insurers Seek Large Rate HikesPointing to claims for water damage, two property-insurance companies Friday asked state regulators to approve average rate increases topping 26 percent.
Salmonella Outbreak In Florida, 42 Other States Linked To OnionsA salmonella outbreak caused by onions is expanding and has infected 640 people from 43 states, including Florida.
Some Celestial Bodies' Names Disappear As NASA Drops Racially Charged NicknamesNASA is taking a cue from grocery store items, pro sports teams, and country music bands which have all removed racially insensitive names.
Coronavirus-At-A-Glance 8-8-20; Florida Cases Increase 8,502Here are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 11 a.m. on August 8, 2020.
2 Former Green Berets Sentenced To 20 Years In Failed Florida-Based Beach Attack In VenezuelaA court in Venezuela has sentenced two former U.S. special forces soldiers to 20 years in prison for their part in a failed beach attack aimed at overthrowing Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro, prosecutors announced.
Census Bureau Losing Door-To-Door Workers To Coronavirus FearsWith widespread home visits for the 2020 census set to begin next week, the Census Bureau is losing workers to pandemic fears.
Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing On Sawgrass ExpresswayA small plane made an emergency landing late Friday night on the westbound lanes of the Sawgrass Expressway, just east of University Drive.
Broward Mayor Dale Holness Keeps 10 PM As Closing Time For RestaurantsBroward Mayor Dale Holness is holding firm with keeping 10 p.m. as closing time for restaurants in the county.
Brothers Donate 10,000 Masks To Miami Rescue Mission To Protect The Most VulnerableTwo brothers have gone above and beyond in their efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 in South Florida.
Study: Miami Named 16th Most Pet-Friendly CityMiami is ranked the 16th most pet-friendly city in the United States by WalletHub.
South Florida Families Look For Alternates To Help With Virtual SchoolingWhen school resumes in a few weeks, kitchen tables will once again turn in to classrooms as most South Florida students begin the school year virtually.