9/11 First Responders, Others At Ground Zero, Among Those Most Vulnerable To COVID-19Seniors and people with underlying health conditions have been the most vulnerable to the coronavirus, and that includes the 9/11 first responders and the thousands of others whose health were impacted by breathing in the toxins at Ground Zero.
Data Shows People Are Dying At Home Rather Than Call 911 Or Seek Hospital Care Due To COVID-19 FearsWhile people staying at home to flatten the coronavirus curve may be working, data shows people who are sick from other medical conditions and staying at home instead of seeking medical care at a hospital is leading to fatal results.
High School Students Plant Flags To Honor Victims Of The 9/11 Terrorist AttacksAs communities across South Florida and the rest of the country remember those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, a group of New Jersey high school students, who weren't alive when the attacks happened, are doing their part to never forget.
Tony Award Winning Musical 'Come From Away' Recounts Real 9/11 StorySouth Floridians are in for a special treat next week when a Tony Award-winning musical comes to town.
Solemn Ceremonies Held Across South Florida To Commemorate 9/11A number of solemn ceremonies were held across South Florida to commemorate the 17th anniversary of the terror attacks on 9/11, where nearly 3,000 lives were lost.
Shooter 'Is By Your Room': 911 Operator Tells Parkland Teacherhilling new 911 calls were released Wednesday from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre. The 911 dispatch calls are from the Coral Springs Police Department and were made to 911 from students inside the school.
Disaster Brought On By Harvey Pushing Limits Of Houston’s Emergency Call ServicesThe disaster Hurricane Harvey has brought on is pushing the limits of Houston’s emergency call services.
Man Arrested After Calling 911 Nearly 100 TimesThere's a limit to everything and Clearwater police reached theirs when one persistent man called 911 nearly 100 times over the course of a day.
Supreme Court Rules 9/11 Detainees Can't Sue Top U.S. Officials The Supreme Court ruled Monday that people detained after the September 11th attacks can't sue top U.S. law enforcement officials.
Florida 911 Call Center Closes After Odor Sickens EmployeesOfficials closed a Florida 911 call center after a foul odor sickened seven employees.
Police Departments Utilized Social Media During Temporary 911 Outage For AT&T CustomersPolice departments across South Florida acted swiftly Wednesday night, providing additional phone lines for AT&T customers unable to reach 911.
'Hide & Barricade Yourself': 911 Operators Told People In Ft. Lauderdale Airport ShootingPeople caught in the chaos in the deadly shooting at Fort Lauderdale airport looked to 911 operators for help and now deputies have released those calls.
911 Technology Getting Much Needed UpgradesMore and more dispatchers are having a hard time finding callers because the calls are coming from cellphones. But that's about to change.
Congress Overrides Obama's Veto Of Sept. 11th BillCongress has rejected a veto by President Barack Obama for the first time since he became president.
Hillary Clinton Backs Bill Allowing 9/11 LawsuitsHillary Clinton is backing legislation that would allow families of Sept.11th victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia for any reported role in the attack, breaking with President Barack Obama's stance on the matter.