Beckham's Inter Miami Group Makes Pitch For Lockhart Stadium Site In Fort LauderdaleIn sports terms, it's David Beckham's Inter Miami FC versus a group called Futbol FXE.
BSO Deputy Arrested, Accused Of Sexual Battery On MinorA Broward County Sheriff's deputy is behind bars for allegedly molesting a young girl almost 20 years ago.
NTSB Releases Preliminary Report On Deadly Fort Lauderdale Banner Plane Crash It’s been weeks since a banner plane crashed into a building on Fort Lauderdale Beach but new details are still emerging.
Local Residents Upset With Bad Behavior, Want Laws Enforced During Spring BreakFun on the beach, splashing in the water and the party town reputation is what attracts college students to South Beach for spring break.
Texas Football Players Robbed, Shot On Spring Break In Miami-AreaTwo football players from Texas A&M University-Commerce are hospitalized in Miami after being robbed and shot while vacationing in the Miami area for Spring Break, the school said in a statement.
Hard Rock Stadium Now Tennis Central As Miami Open Begins Tenure At New HomeA new era of tennis in South Florida began on Monday.
DeSantis Signs Bill Into Law Legalizing Smokable Medical MarijuanaNew Florida Governor Ron DeSanits signed his first bill into law on Monday, and it’s a substantial one.
Dems Urge FBI Probe Of Spa Owner Offering Trump AccessTop Democrats are urging the FBI to investigate a donor to President Donald Trump who is the founder and onetime owner of a spa that has been implicated in a human-trafficking ring.
Proposal Would Give Florida Access To Foreign DrugsFloridians could gain access to cheaper prescription drugs from Canada and other foreign countries under legislation approved by a state House committee.
Crude Awakening: Prices Surge At The PumpTalk about a crude awakening! You were not dreaming earlier this week when you saw a spike in gas prices.
Florida House Felons’ Rights Plan Spurs QuestionsHookers who’ve been convicted of prostitution three times, cyberstalkers and inmates who expose themselves to prison workers wouldn’t be eligible to have their voting rights automatically restored.
Florida House Poised To Consider Higher Ed Spending ChangesThe Florida House is expected Tuesday to start moving forward with a plan that would revamp spending rules for the higher education system, including on construction projects.