Broward Pastors Lead March For Unity Protesters To BSO, Fort Lauderdale PDLead by pastors, a March for Unity and Black Lives Matter protest, peacefully wound it way through Fort Lauderdale on Friday.
Miami Dolphins Host Police, Young Black Men, As They Take A Knee, Talk About ChangeA surreal scene on Thursday night at Hard Rock Stadium as officers from across South Florida, young black men, and members of the Miami Dolphins took a knee.
‘People Are Sick Of Talking’: Local Leaders Discuss How To Legislate Change After George Floyd’s KillingOn Wednesday, many of South Florida’s politicians and religious leaders held a virtual press conference. The discussion centered on how to legislate change to address decades of systematic racial injustice in America.
From Cuts To Closures, Tough Times Ahead For South Florida’s CharitiesSince the coronavirus pandemic began, many of South Florida’s charities have stepped up. But tough times could be coming for our nonprofits.
Stormy Weather Causes Havoc For South Florida Drivers & HomeownersMuch of South Florida is still soaked, with Tuesday’s stormy weather causing havoc for drivers and homeowners.
Coronavirus Relief: City Of Miami To Help People Who Can't Pay Rent, UtilitiesThe City of Miami is coming to the aid of some people who are taking an economic hit from the coronavirus pandemic with a new $2 million program that will help those in need with rent and utilities.
Coronavirus Impact: Several South Florida Nursing Homes See Rise In COVID-19 PatientsToo little, too late? We are learning about testing shortfalls leading to major problems at nursing homes across South Florida, and likely beyond.
Coronavirus Impact: Miami-Dade Transportation Union Files Emergency Lawsuit To 'Protect Its Workers'On Friday, a transportation union representing some 2,800 Miami-Dade County transit employees filed an emergency lawsuit seeking immediate action related to COVID-19 measures.
Doctor Who Went From Testing Homeless For COVID-19 To Being Cuffed Outside Home Speaks OutA Miami doctor who went from testing the homeless for COVID-19 to being cuffed in front of his home is explaining what he thinks led to the situation and what he’s worried about now.
Coronavirus Help: FIU Helping Restaurants Get Through CrisisA majority of South Florida’s hardest-hit businesses are struggling to keep employees.
Coronavirus Impact: Miami-Dade Emergency Operations Center Operating At Level 2 With Focus On PPETypically, emergency managers in Florida are stocking food, water and essentials to weather a hurricane. But the coronavirus crisis has Miami-Dade Emergency Management procuring and delivering personal protection equipment.