New $120 Million Terminal Officially Opens At Port EvergladesAt Port Everglades, excitement in the air as the port opens its brand new $120 million dollar terminal.
Involved In Tight Senate Race, Rick Scott Wraps Up Busy Travel ScheduleFlorida Governor Rick Scott is wrapping up his last events before Election Day.
Large Ballots Could Lead To Long Lines At Voting LocationsTuesday was the second day of early voting… and the early numbers are indicating a dramatic increase in voter turnout.
Nancy Pelosi Joins Donna Shalala & Debbie Mucarsel-Powell At Local Campaign EventHouse Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi made a stop in South Florida Wednesday.
DeSantis, Gillum Stump For Votes In South Florida FridayRon DeSantis and Andrew Gillum, the candidates for Florida governor, are both stumping for votes in South Florida today.
Worker Rescued From Side Of Kendall BuildingMiami-Dade Fire Rescue was called in after a window washer was left dangling on the side of a building.
Friday Night Football Returns To ParklandMarjorie Stoneman Douglas High School held their first home football game since the Valentine’s day tragedy on Friday night.
Facing South Florida: Election Security Remains A Hot TopicThere has been a lot of back and forth over the past week between Sen. Bill Nelson and Governor Rick Scott regarding election security.
South Florida's Congressional Races Are Key For Possible Changes In DCThree Congressional seats in South Florida could play a role in whether Republicans keep control of Congress which is why political insiders are watching our races very closely.
Real Estate Challenges Could Be Looming In Miami-Dade CountyLast year rents dropped in Downtown Miami for the first time in years.
'We are Doing Everything To Protect Your Vote': Miami-Dade Elections Supervisor On Election SecurityConcern over election security is a hot topic ahead of November's midterm elections
Miami-Dade County Tests Voting MachinesThe Miami-Dade Election Department began testing voting and tabulation machines Wednesday, a requirement elections offices across the state must do by law.