Miramar Resident Draws Parallel Between Zaandam Situation To That Of SS St. Louis During WWIICliff Kolber and his wife, who live in Miramar, set sail on the Zaandam on March 6 for a two-week cruise.
Coronavirus & Casinos: Seminole Casinos Temporarily Closing Across FloridaThe Seminole Tribe of Florida is temporarily closing all Seminole and Hard Rock Casinos throughout the state on Friday at 6:00 p.m. due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Broward County Commissioner: Stop Hoarding Over Coronavirus FearsMany store shelves in Broward are bare, missing essential items like meat, eggs and paper products. County commissioners say that must stop.
Coronavirus In Broward: 43 Cases Including Death Of 77-Year-Old Man In Assisted Living FacilityA 77-year-old man in Broward County is the sixth person to die from COVID-19 in the state of Florida.
Florida Enacts New Rules To Temporary Restrict Visitation At Nursing Homes, Assisted Living FacilitiesFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis placed limits on who can visit nursing homes and other assisted living facilities in the state.
Broward Has Fourth Coronavirus Case, Three Cases Connected To Port EvergladesThe Florida Department of Health has confirmed another case of coronavirus in Broward County, bringing the county’s total number to four.
Tamarac Commissioner Mike Gelin Hosting ‘Cops & Community Forum’Tamarac City Commissioner Mike Gelin wants law enforcement officers and members of his community to have a deeper understanding of each other.
Archdiocese Of Miami Suggesting Measures To Prevent Possible Spread Of CoronavirusOn Monday afternoon, Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski issued guidelines for Catholic parishes throughout South Florida to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
More Than A Dozen Lawsuits Filed Against FBI Over Parkland ShootingJust after midnight on January 5, 2018, a person who knew Nikolas Cruz made a call to the FBI. The caller described Cruz’s threats, his love of guns and said she feared he was going to explode. She told the FBI he wanted to kill people.
Fort Lauderdale Mayor Explains 'No' Vote On 2018 Bond Measure To Upgrade Sewer, Water Projects In CityAs workers attempted to fashion a temporary fix on a broken 14-inch sewer pipe in George English Park on Monday, Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis placed blame for this break and seven others on prior city leaders.
Lawsuit Over Nearly $500K In Hurricane Dorian Donations For Bahamas To Play Out In Florida CourtThere is a legal fight unfolding in Florida over hundreds of thousands of dollars raised to help Bahamian victims of Hurricane Dorian.
Company Makes Bullet Resistant Doors, Promises To Turn Classrooms Into Safe RoomsEnduring bomb shelter drills and routine concerns about his and his family’s safety in Israel, it’s no surprise a few years ago Omer Barnes realized he needed to do something to keep his children safe at school.
Davie Woman Busted For Illegally Practicing Medicine In Her HomeDavie Police say Natalia Jimenez illegally performed medical procedures, like cosmetic procedures, out of a makeshift medical office inside her Davie in the Shenandoah community. Investigators say Jimenez is not licensed to practice medicine in the State of Florida.
Missing Coral Springs Woman Found Murdered, Buried In Backyard Of Mississippi HomeThe body of a missing Coral Springs woman was found buried in a backyard in Mississippi.
Privacy Advocates Express Concern Over Florida Schools Safety Portal For Preventing School ShootingsAfter the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in February 2018, it led to a call for school leaders in Florida to gather and share more information on troubled students, like confessed shooter Nikolas Cruz, in hopes of preventing another tragedy.