Miami Weather: Cold Front Arrives But Won't Last Too LongA cold front left its mark on South Florida Friday morning with lows in the mid to low fifties across the area.
Coral Gables Restaurant Owner Says Shutdowns For ‘Hospitality Industry Is Diabolical’It’s still business at what has become the new normal at many restaurants in South Florida. There may now be a limited number of customers, which may mean fewer staff. But at least they are working, and it hasn’t always been that way.
Sunday Night Into Monday The Best Chance To Get A Glimpse Of 2020 Geminid Meteor ShowerSouth Floridians, get ready to look up to the sky Sunday night.
Many Grateful For Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Hanukkah Food DistributionCars lined up early Thursday morning with trunks open and ready to receive containers of fresh food and vegetables.
Fort Lauderdale Airport To Set Up COVID-19 Testing Site For TravelersFort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is about to become the second airport in the state to have a rapid COVID-19 test site available for travelers.
South Florida Charities ‘Not Getting As Much Funding As They Need’ As Result Of COVID CrisisMany Americans are feeling the financial strain due to the coronavirus pandemic. And local charities are also stretched thin trying to help all the people in need in South Florida.
COVID Hardships Has Police Move Up Annual ‘Shop With A Cop’ To Help Families Ahead Of ThanksgivingThere were a number of police officers at a Walmart in North Miami Beach Thursday evening, but it was all for a good reason.
Free COVID Testing Partnership Announced Between Miami-Dade Schools & UM As Cases Climb To 676Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho is pleading with students and parents to stay vigilant in helping to curb the spread of COVID ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Bacteria Levels Have Increased Around Biscayne BayIt’s taken a few days for floodwaters from Eta to go down. But as the water levels decreased, bacteria levels have increased around Biscayne Bay.
Abandoned At Miami International Airport, Learjet Finds New Home At Miami Aviation SchoolAn abandoned Learjet at Miami International Airport found its new home Wednesday afternoon at the George T. Baker Aviation Technical College for student training.
Record Number Of Voters Cast Ballots In Broward CountyA record 964,000 people voted in Broward this election cycle.
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.