Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday Starts This WeekendIt's time to stock up for hurricanes. This weekend is the annual sales tax holiday for supplies. It will run from May 28, though June 10.
Second Suspected Case Of Monkeypox In Broward Under InvestigationThe Florida Department of Health-Broward and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are investigating the first presumptive case of monkeypox in Broward.
As Investigation Into Haulover Plane Crash Continues, News Details Emerging About Good Samaritans Who Rushed To HelpThe NTSB is still looking into what caused the plane crash in Haulover Beach that killed one person and injured five others.
90,000 Pounds Of Leftover Formula 1 Food Benefits Miami Rescue MissionAfter the Superbowl in Miami, 45,000 pounds of extra, unused food was collected and distributed. This week, it took more than 100 volunteers to collect 90,000 pounds of leftover food from the Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix.
Miami To See 1st Medical Marijuana Dispensary Open In City LimitsA big victory for medical marijuana users. A vote by the City of Miami Commission Thursday morning ends a long legal battle over whether dispensaries should be allowed.
Arrest Made In Connection To Viral Video Of Biscayne Bay Balloon DumpingBoaters and environmentalists are fuming after a viral video shows crews on a boat indiscriminately popping and throwing balloons into Biscayne Bay.
Can't Find The Right Baby Formula? There May Be Other Options
Miami's Cruise Industry The Focus Of Day 1 At Aspen Ideas Climate ConferenceTop executives from major cruise lines were part of the discussion.
Road To Bringing Formula 1 Grand Prix Back To Miami Began With Failed 1983 RaceYou could say excitement for this year's Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix has been building up for 40 years as the racing community has worked endlessly to bring it here – though one name has been synonymous with the effort for years.
COVID-19 Surge Not Showing Signs Of Slowing Down Summer CruisesCOVID concerns on cruises have resurfaced following a COVID outbreak on a Carnival ship that set sail from South Florida.
Black Leaders Offer Ideas To Keep Miami Beach Fun, Safe & Thriving Ahead Of Memorial Day WeekendAs a busy holiday weekend approaches Miami Beach later this month, leaders are focusing on preparation.
Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Welcomes Leaders From Around The World For Inaugural Global Resilience ForumThe Global Resilience Forum focuses on the changing hotter weather patterns.
Broward Bus Driver Hero Gwendolyn Whitfield Gets VIP Treatment From U.S. Air Force ThunderbirdsBroward transit driver hero Gwendolyn Whitfield took the ride of her life in the backseat of an F-16 jet Friday morning.
Alert Raised On Holocaust Remembrance Day As Antisemitism Cases Continue To RiseYom Ha'Shoah is Hebrew for Holocaust Remembrance Day, and this year it has added meaning as incidents of antisemitism continue to rise.
Victim's Family Left With Mixed Feelings After State Exonerates Man Who Spent 30 Years In Prison For Crime He Did Not CommitThomas Raynard James' exoneration Wednesday now leaves Francis McKinnon's family with mixed feelings. For 30 years they thought his case had been resolved, now they may never know who committed the murder.