Tracking The Tropics: Tropical Depression Twenty-Eight Forms Bringing Rain, Wind To South FloridaA tropical disturbance that was near Cuba on Friday became Tropical Depression Twenty-Eight on Saturday afternoon.
Despite Growing Number Of COVID Cases, Florida Expands Nursing Home VisitationDespite a steadily growing number of COVID-19 cases in Florida communities, Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday announced the state will begin allowing outdoor visitation at long-term care facilities, regardless of whether the facilities have COVID-19 infections.
‘It’s A Mess’: South Florida Swamped With Heavy Rain & Floods Which Could Leak Into ThursdayHeavy rain quickly filled up intersections and streets Wednesday, leaving drivers a choice: try to navigate it or just turn around.
‘Students Live For These Activities’: Broward Superintendent Robert Runcie Announces Fall Sports ReturningIn a sign that schools are trying to return to normal in Broward County, Superintendent Robert Runcie announced Wednesday that fall sports are returning.
Coral Park Elementary Switches To Online Learning Wednesday, At Least Three People Test Positive For COVID-19A Miami-Dade school is pivoting to online learning on Wednesday after three people at the school tested positive for COVID-19.
Broward's Pre-K Through 2nd-Grade Students Begin Staggered Return To Class On FridayBroward County students, from Pre-K through 2nd-grade, can return to school on Friday. It will mark the first day when the 'staggered' return begins throughout the county.
Broward School Board Votes To Begin Staggered Reopening Of In-Person Learning Starting Oct. 9The Broward County School Board has voted to start letting students back in the classroom starting Oct. 9.
Political Science Professor Charles Zelden Says Changes Clearly Needed After Chaotic First Presidential DebateWith the first presidential debate in the books, the one thing that definitely stuck with supporters on both sides of the aisle was how the candidates spoke with each other.
North Miami Beach Teacher Nancy Penchev Gets Creative With Tech To Keep Her Students EngagedWith school going virtual teacher Nancy Penchev lost that interaction with her students but that didn’t stop her from finding a way to bring it back.
Rapid COVID Testing Sites Set Up At Dadeland MallRapid COVID testing sites were set up Thursday at Dadeland Mall.
New Q Poll Shows Interest In Mail-In Voting Dropping To What It Was In 2016President Donald Trump attacked mail-in voting Wednesday during a press briefing. But will there be as many used as some experts tend to think?
South Florida Jewish Centers Going Above & Beyond To Make Rosh Hashanah Celebrations Extra Special Amid COVID PandemicAs the Jewish community prepares to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, organizations and centers are going above and beyond to make sure this year’s celebrations are extra special.
Urban Search & Rescue Task Force 2 Ready To Respond To Hurricane Sally AftermathUrban search and rescue teams from the Miami and Miami-Dade Fire Departments are preparing to help out victims of Hurricane Sally which unleashed severe flooding along the Gulf coastline that includes Mobile, Alabama, and Pensacola, Florida.
South Florida 9/11 Observances Honor The FallenEvery year in Hialeah, a ceremony is held to remember the events of September 11, 2001.
Seniors Enjoy Portable Art Picnic At Community Center In PlantationAt the Jim Ward Community Center in Plantation, they have adapted their senior programs to keep it fun while also keeping everyone safe.