Federal Workers Breathing Sigh Of Relief... For NowFederal employees are breathing a sigh of relief that least for now that the government shutdown is temporarily over.
Flights At South Florida Airports Affected By Government Shutdown Air traffic controllers calling-in sick nationwide because of the government shutdown affected flights at South Florida airports.
Local Groups Pitching In To Feed Coast Guard Families During Government ShutdownIt's day 35 of the partial government shutdown and nearly forty percent of the federal workforce will miss another paycheck.
Locals Doing What They Can To Help Federal Workers Impacted By Government ShutdownVolunteers from South Florida Muslim groups made quick work out of their mission to feed hundreds of Coast Guard families who have been working without pay more than a month.
Miami-Dade Approves Resolution To Keep Federal Employees' Water Turned On During Government ShutdownFederal employees in Miami-Dade county impacted by the government shutdown don’t have to worry about their water being turned off.
Local Air Traffic Controller On Impact Of Shutdown: "Every Day We Make Tougher And Tougher Decisions"Another federal payday is coming up on Friday.
Florida Lawmakers Speak Outside White House About Shutdown, Dealing With DemocratsIt’s day 32 of the government shutdown and it doesn’t take much to look like there is progress.
Federal Workers Say Safety Is On The Line As Shutdown ContinuesThousands of federal workers call South Florida home and they've been without a paycheck for more than a month now.
Agencies, Businesses Step Up To Help Federal Employees During ShutdownAs the partial government shutdown nears the one month mark, more groups are stepping up to help federal workers.
Non-Profit 'Feeding South Florida' Sets Up Food Distribution For TSA Workers In South FloridaA mile from Fort Lauderdale Airport, dozens of TSA screeners lined up in a Dania Beach parking lot Thursday for what no one imagined a month ago: a food distribution.
Federal Prison Worker Without Pay Cares For Husband In Need Of Heart TransplantAngela Dixon is a teacher at the Federal Correctional Institution in Miami-Dade.