Miami Proud: Special Puppy Needs Extra TLC and Forever HomeSweet little “Roo”  is a four-month-old chihuahua mix, and in many ways, he’s like any other puppy, as he is in the care of the Miami Dade Animal Services on the path to a full life.
Race To Vaccinate: Florida COVID-19 Vaccinations Open To Those 18 And OlderAs of Monday, April 5th, everyone 18 and older in the state is eligible for a shot. Also, 16 and 17-year-olds can get the Pfizer vaccine.
‘We Have To Get Together’: Vigil Held In Davie To Remember Victims Of Atlanta ShootingsVigils and rallies were held all across America, including right here in South Florida, to honor the victims of the Atlanta shootings.
Shattering The Glass Ceiling: Marlins' GM Kim Ng Ready To Take Things To The Next LevelWhen the Miami Marlins announced Kim Ng, 52, as their new general manager last November, it wasn’t just big news here in South Florida. 
FEMA Funded COVID-19 Vaccination Satellite Sites Open In Charles Hadley Park, South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center Miami-Dade's two FEMA-funded, state-run satellite COVID-19 vaccination sites opened Thursday in two new locations.
Doctors See Uptick In People Working From Home Complaining Of Neck, Back PainCOVID-19 has caused all sorts of health problems but there's one you might not have connected to the pandemic.
Overnight Miramar Fire Leaves Family Of Four, Five Dogs HomelessA family of four is now without a home after an overnight fire on Thursday in Miramar.
Reward Increased To $7,000 In Case Of FIU Grad Shot, Killed Last Year On I-95An emotional mother is looking for justice after her daughter was shot and killed on Interstate-95 a year ago.
'It’s Ruined, We Have Nothing Left', Miami Gardens Home Destroyed In FireA Miami Gardens family said their home is destroyed after a fire swept through it.
Miami Athletes Going For Gold And Hoping For Smooth Sailing At Tokyo OlympicsTwo South Florida athletes are going for the gold at the Tokyo Olympics, which were put on hold until this summer, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Reveals Who Is Next In Line For Coronavirus VaccineGovernor Ron DeSantis is bucking a Centers for Disease Control panel recommendation on who should receive the coronavirus vaccine as more doses are sent to the state.