Fort Lauderdale Assisted Living Facility Working With Health Dept., CDC After Coronavirus DeathA Fort Lauderdale assisted living facility is working with the state's health department and the Centers for Disease Control after one of its residents, 77-year-old Richard Curren, died from the coronavirus and several others are at the hospital being tested for COVID-19.
Coronavirus Update: All Restaurants, Other Businesses To Close In Fort LauderdaleFort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis held a news conference Tuesday to announce the closure of all city restaurants for the next 30 days over coronavirus concerns.
Broward Trying To Flatten The Coronavirus 'Curve'With nearly a third of all coronavirus cases in the state in Broward, efforts are underway to identify who has it and stop the spread.
‘The Party Is Over’: Miami Beach, Fort Lauderdale Announce Restrictions To Curb Excessive Spring Break Crowds Amid Coronavirus OutbreakAt a joint press conference Sunday, the mayors of Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale announced a number of coronavirus response measures to curb the excessive crowds gathering for spring break.
Coronavirus Update: Broward County Schools To Close Next Week In response to the growing coronavirus pandemic, Broward Schools superintendent Robert Runcie announced schools in the county will be closed next week.
Fort Lauderdale Lifts Water Advisory For Middle RiverIt's okay to go back in the water in parts of Fort Lauderdale following the city's recent sewer main breaks.
Deadly Police Involved Shooting Under Investigation In Fort LauderdaleAn investigation is underway into a police involved shooting in Fort Lauderdale.
Conservation Group Looking To Filter Fort Lauderdale's Waterways With OystersThere's an oyster catching going in the waters of Fort Lauderdale, it's part of a pilot program that aims to help naturally filter polluted waterways.
Bypass Line Successfully Installed On Damaged Fort Lauderdale Sewer PipeA bypass line on a damaged 14-inch sewer main at George English Park is now in place and keeping all of the sewage flow contained in the system.
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.
Fort Lauderdale Updates Residents On George English Park Sewer Main BreakThe City of Fort Lauderdale is updating residents on operations and repair activities related to a 14-inch sewer main break located in George English Park.
Yet Another Break Spews Raw Sewage Onto Fort Lauderdale StreetsCrews are responding to yet another sewer main break in Fort Lauderdale.
Injured Manatee, Calf Rescued In South Florida WatersAn injured female manatee and its calf were rescued after wildlife specialists found them injured in South Florida waters.
Fort Lauderdale Facing $1.8 Million Fine In Sewage Discharge Into WaterwaysThe state has slapped Fort Lauderdale with a $1.8 million fine over more than 206 million gallons of toxic sewage that spilled into the city's waterways.
Sewer Main Break At George English Park Causes Nearly 80 Million Gallons Of Raw Sewage To Flow Into WatersThe city of Fort Lauderdale confirmed Monday that the recent sewer main break in George English Park led to nearly 80 million gallons of raw sewage flowing into the lake at the park.