Coronavirus Concerns: Medical Groups Worried People Refusing Emergency Treatment Over COVID-19 FearsSome medical groups say they are very worried people are refusing emergency treatment because they're scared of catching coronavirus. Other people want to go to hospitals but cannot because elective surgeries are still off-limits.
South Florida Businesses Hopeful That Second Round Off PPP Funding Will Flow Their WayRandall Fernandes is happy to be back doing what he loves — making ice cream at his Plantation store — Nice Cream.
BSO Deputies Union Votes 'No Confidence' On Sheriff Gregory TonyThe results of a "no-confidence" vote against Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony regarding his response to the coronavirus pandemic are in.
Coronavirus Impact: National Restaurant Survey Shows Dire Situation For IndustryOn a typical Friday night, Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale would be filled with people visiting restaurants and bars. But with the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown extending into its 5th week, those businesses that are open are only doing takeout or delivery.
Coral Springs Small Business Owner Shut Out Of Federal, State COVID-19 Loan ProgramsAldo Cataldo owns Aldo’s Cleaners in Coral Springs. He’s struggling because of the coronavirus crisis.
Fort Lauderdale: ‘Daily’ Clogged Sewers A Byproduct Of COVID-19 PandemicWhen wipes, paper towels and other non-flushable items get introduced into a sewer system it creates a yucky, stinky mess that can clog the system, create overflows and backups and even shut the system down temporarily.
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Launches Mobile-Friendly Site For Unemployment HelpThe Florida Department of Economic Opportunity has launched a mobile-friendly site for unemployment help.
BSO: Inmate Dies Of COVID-19A Broward County jail inmate died Wednesday of COVID-19, the Broward Sheriff’s Office said.
Social Isolation Surprise: Coconut Creek Police Give Happy Birthday House Call To Boys Who Had To Cancel PartyCOVID-19 forced Giulia and David Vilar to cancel their joint birthday with dozens of their friends. Their mom, Cynthia, said the kids were bummed out.
Johnson & Johnson: ‘Temporary Shortage’ Of Tylenol In Some Areas Of USIt’s becoming a rare sight on some pharmacy shelves — Tylenol. The drug is selling out or is being rationed in many stores because of a belief that it might be the best way to fight COVID-19.
Coronavirus Update: Healthy Coral Princess Passengers To Begin DisembarkingHundreds of healthy cruise ship passengers are expected to disembark from the Coral Princess beginning Sunday for their journey home.
Coronavirus Update: Holland America Cruise Ships With Sick Passengers Dock At Port Everglades One of two Holland America cruise ships has docked at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, where sick passengers diagnosed with COVID-19 will be taken to local hospitals.
Coronavirus Help: 211 Broward On Frontlines Of Social Services Effort To Help During PandemicThe COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc on the economy and it’s leading to a lot of fear and frustration for people struggling to make ends meet.
'The Best Part Is We Can All Do It In Our Pajamas': CBS4's Carey Codd On Home Schooling & Parenting During COVID-19 OutbreakVeteran CBS4 reporter Carey Codd gives his first person account about working through the coronavirus pandemic with his family at home.
BSO: 2 Dead In Shooting At Large Gathering In Lauderdale LakesInvestigators at the Broward Sheriff’s Office say a crowd of people ignored warnings to stay safe at home during the COVID-19 pandemic and gathered in a Lauderdale Lakes parking lot early Monday morning. And while there, violence erupted that left a man and woman dead from gunshot wounds.