Tracking The Tropics: The Madden-Julian Oscillation Is Coming And Here Is Why You Should CareWhat is the MJO, and why do we care?
Accused Rapist Deported By ICE 13 Days Before Trial Is Back In Miami-Dade CountyA man charged with sexual assault, who was deported by ICE before he could be put on trial, is now back in Miami-Dade County.
Postal Officials Warn Of Vote-By-Mail Ballot Problems In FloridaWith millions of Floridians seeking to vote-by-mail amid the coronavirus pandemic, postal officials have warned Secretary of State Laurel Lee that the state is at risk of having ballots go uncounted in the November presidential election.
FHSAA Gives Green Light To High School Sports But That Doesn't Necessarily Mean South FloridaThe Florida High School Athletic Association on Friday approved allowing schools to start fall sports on Aug. 24, after a lengthy debate about how to move forward amid health concerns because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Attempted Jewelry Store Robbers Shot By Employee Inside Pembroke Lakes MallTwo men, who tried to rob a jewelry store inside the Pembroke Lakes Mall, were hospitalized after an employee pulled out a gun and shot them, according to police.
Tracking The Tropics: Tropical Storm Kyle Forms As Josephine Gets Slightly StrongerJosephine gets slightly stronger Friday night, as Tropical Storm Kyle forms in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of New England.
Florida's First Lady Casey DeSantis Warns Of COVID-19 Toll On FamiliesGov. Ron DeSantis, First Lady Casey DeSantis and child-welfare advocates warned Friday about the toll the COVID-19 pandemic is taking on some families.
Florida Panel Mulls Nursing Home Visits Without COVID-19 TestingTop health care regulators in Gov. Ron DeSantis’s administration on Friday discussed a limited reopening of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities that would not require COVID-19 screening for visitors.
Campaign 2020: The Heated Race For Miami-Dade State AttorneyThere's nothing like running against your former boss in a high profile election.
Bike Sales Skyrocket As People Reconnect With The Great Outdoors Amid PandemicBicycle sales are skyrocketing as more people rediscover the great .outdoors
Newly Released Bodycam Appears To Show Miami-Dade Officer Kneeling On Suspect Yelling 'I Can't Breathe' In 2018 ArrestNewly released body camera footage appears to show Miami-Dade police officer kneeling on a man's neck during 2018 arrest as he yells "I can't breathe."
Miami Heat 'Continue The Conversation' With New Playoff Slogan 'United In Black'The Miami Heat head into next week’s NBA playoffs with a new playoff slogan. Usually they go ‘White Hot’ but this time, it is ‘United in Black’ to tie-in to the fight for social justice.
Early Voting Ends Sunday In Miami-Dade and BrowardEarly voting has been underway across South Florida for two weeks now, but it ends Sunday, August 16.
Biscayne Bay Fish Kill Attributed To Lack Of Oxygen In The WaterLittle to no oxygen in Biscayne Bay has led to a massive fish kill. Now experts are working on a solution but it's only for the short-term.
Legal Battle Over Reopening Florida's Schools AdvancesSiding with teachers unions, a Leon County circuit judge on Friday refused to toss out lawsuits challenging Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran’s mandate that school districts reopen classrooms this month.