Gov. DeSantis Sues Biden Administration Over Border Security, Signs 'Border Crisis' Executive OrderFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis on Tuesday announced three new actions he's taking to address what termed President Joe Biden's border crisis.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas Public Safety Commission Focused On Broward's Troubled 911 Communication SystemThe Marjory Stoneman Douglas Public Safety Commission is meeting again for the second day in Sunrise to discuss Broward County’s 911 communication system, which critics say is still flawed following the Parkland school tragedy three and a half years ago.
Hearing Held To Discuss Nicolas Cruz's Upcoming Trial In BSO Employee Battery CaseThe confessed Parkland school shooter was back in court Tuesday.
Broward Schools Receive $420,957 Grant To Help Offset State COVID PenaltiesThe U.S. Department of Education has awarded a grant of $420,957 to Broward County Public Schools.
Search Resumes For Missing 19-Year-Old Miya Marcano After Person Of Interest Found DeadFamily members of missing 19-year-old Miya Marcano, spent Tuesday morning passing out flyers and taking part in another search in hopes it will lead to information about the Florida girl’s mysterious disappearance in Orlando.
Pilot, Student Headed To North Perry Airport Hospitalized After Plane Crash Near Miramar Strip MallIt was a close call for two women on board a small plane that was forced to make an emergency landing on a sidewalk by a strip mall in Miramar Monday night.
Florida Sees Continued Drop In COVID-19 InpatientsFlorida hospitals reported 6,423 inpatients with COVID-19 on Tuesday, as the toll on hospitals continued to steadily decrease, according to numbers posted online by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Florida Faces Challenges On Sex Offender RegistryFlorida is facing two constitutional challenges from men who live in other states and contend they have been improperly kept on public sex-offender registry lists in Florida.
Lawsuit Challenges Florida's Gambling Agreement With Seminole TribeA group of South Florida businessmen sued the federal government Monday in hopes of overturning a gambling agreement Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis signed with the Seminole Tribe.
Jackknifed Tractor-Trailer Blocks 3 NB Lanes On I-75 Before Pembroke RoadThree northbound I-75 lanes were blocked this morning before Pembroke Road in Broward following a jackknifed tractor-trailer.
50 Years Later, These Disney Employees Still At 'Happiest Place On Earth'here were 6,000 employees who opened the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World to the public for the first time on Oct. 1, 1971. Among them, two dozen workers from that first day are still working for the theme park resort a half century later.