Flags To Fly At Half-Staff Wednesday To Honor COVID-19 VictimsFlags will fly at half-staff Wednesday at state and local government buildings throughout Florida to honor people who have died of COVID-19.
Miami-Dade's First Federal Vaccination Site Is Now Open Using Newly Approved Johnson & Johnson VaccineThe first federal vaccination site in Miami-Dade is now open and it is among the first to administer the Johnson & Johnson single dose COVID-19 vaccine.
'It’s Just Unacceptable': Racial Slurs Hurled At Fishermen Near StuartA group of men was caught on camera yelling racial slurs and other vulgarity at a group of fishermen near Stuart.
'You Could See The Flash Happening': Man In Custody After FBI Raid At Fort Lauderdale HomeResidents of a Fort Lauderdale neighbor were awakened to the sound of explosions Tuesday morning as the FBI used flash bangs while serving a warrant at a southwest Fort Lauderdale home.
Man Involved In Rough Arrest, Leskeil Richards, On The Run After Escaping Police Custody At JMHMiami Police have asked for the public's help in finding the prisoner who escaped from their custody at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
'Parents' Bill Of Rights' AdvancesProposals to codify in state law a “Parents’ Bill of Rights” related to what families are entitled to know about their children's education and health care are advancing in the House and Senate, as the 2021 legislative session gets underway.
House, Senate Show Differences On COVID-19 Liability BillsThe push to fast-track legislation to protect Florida businesses from COVID-19 litigation continues to be bumpy.
Prolific Power Tool Thief Charged Again For Stealing $17K Worth Of ItemsA suspected serial thief with a penchant for power tools and stealing from Home Depot stores is facing criminal charges following his most recent arrest.
'They Saved Endless Lives': Miami-Dade Commission Declares March 'Health Heroes Month' To Honor Frontline WorkersMiami-Dade County Commissioners have proclaimed March 2021 as "Health Heroes Month."
Ingenuity, Customer Loyalty Keeps Local Records Store Afloat During COVID-19 PandemicA local records store has had to rely solely on ingenuity and customer loyalty to stay afloat during the pandemic.
Florida Legislators Propose Crackdown On Big Tech Companies Amid Legal QuestionsAfter Twitter permanently removed former President Donald Trump from its site and social media platforms began slapping warnings on posts by other politicians, Republican state leaders are punching back.
Renewed Warning From Federal Authorities About Scammers Taking Advantage Of COVID Vaccine RolloutDesperation to get the COVID-19 vaccine means you may need to be on alert. Scammers are trying to take advantage of people wanting to get the shot as soon as possible, and that's prompting a renewed warning from federal authorities.
Loomis Employee Accused Of Stealing More Than $130,000 In CashPolice have arrested a Loomis employee accused of stealing $135,600 in cash.
COVID In Florida: 7,179 Additional Cases, 140 Deaths Reported TuesdayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 7,179 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday.
Jackson Health Expands COVID-19 Vaccinations As Overtown Welcomes New Vaccine LocationJackson Health System will begin vaccinating law enforcement officers, firefighters, and K-12 school personnel ages 50 and older starting Wednesday, March 3.