Rapid COVID Test Kits Headed To FloridaFlorida will receive 400,000 rapid-test kits a week that can be used to detect COVID-19 infections at schools, senior centers, and long-term care facilities, Gov. Ron DeSantis said Tuesday at a news conference in Clearwater.
Miami Police Officer Joe McCrink Rides 1,024 Miles, Hits $20,000 Goal In Fight Against Childhood CancerMiami police officer Joe McCrink capped off more than 1,000 miles of bike rides in the month of September on Tuesday.
Miami-Dade Set To Mail Out More Than Half A Million Vote-By-Mail BallotsWith the November 3rd General Election a little more than a month away, interest in vote-by-mail ballots are on the rise.
Miami-Dade County Voter? Here's Everything You Need To Know About Your Mail-In BallotMiami-Dade’s mail-in ballots will be in your mailbox soon if you requested one, and when voters get a look at them, they will find more than just the races that are making the most headlines.
New South Florida Concierge Service Provides Help For A Variety Of NeedsCoral Gables-based Instasks is a professional concierge service that may be the answer you've been looking for when it comes to your personal needs.
Town Of Davie Appoints New Police ChiefThe Town of Davie appointed Stephen E. Kinsey as its new police chief on Tuesday.
Broward Could Soon Allow Trained Dogs To Sniff For Guns At SchoolsSpecially trained dogs that can sniff out guns could soon be allowed in the Broward public schools.
Exclusive: Brother Of Man Killed Inside Westchester Walmart ‘Taking This Loss Pretty Seriously’For the first time, the only brother of a man who was shot and killed inside a Walmart store this past weekend is speaking out, saying his brother was not a violent person and had not acted violently before.
Voters Will Decide On Six Florida Constitutional AmendmentsThere are six constitutional amendments on the November 3 ballot. An amendment passes when it receives 60-percent approval from voters. Here’s a breakdown of each one.
Millions Offered For Capture Of 3 Former Venezuelan Officials Charged In Miami Federal Court With Drug Trafficking, Other CrimesThe U.S. Department of State is offering multi-million dollar rewards for information leading to the arrest or conviction of three former Venezuelan officials.
Broward School Board Meets To Discuss Reopening PlansThe Broward School Board met Tuesday to discuss their reopening schedule.