Carjacking Leads To Shooting Death Investigation In Pompano BeachA carjacking in Boca Raton led to a shooting death investigation early Friday morning in Pompano Beach.
Broward Communities Still Trying To Dry Out After Nearly 5 Days Of Record RainfallNearly five days after record rainfall in Broward County, many communities are still trying to dry out from flooding that swallowed up neighborhoods.
With Eta Gone, Long Lines Return To Coronavirus Testing Sites Across South FloridaIt was a busy day of testing for the coronavirus in South Florida on Wednesday, a day after many testing sites were closed due to Tropical Storm Eta.
23 Broward Schools Forced To Return To eLearning Due To Flooding, Power Outages; 17 Schools In Miami-Dade Also Remain ClosedTwenty-three Broward County Public Schools were forced to return to eLearning only on Tuesday due to flooding or no power, air or internet.
Significant Tropical Storm Eta Flooding In Broward, Man Rescued After Driving Into Canal In LauderhillThere is significant flooding throughout Broward including in Lauderhill where a person was hospitalized after driving their car into a canal at 4121 NW 21 Street.
'This One Was Pretty Bad', Longtime Sunrise Resident Said Eta's Flooding Was Some Of The Worst He's SeenThe rain never seemed to end Sunday into Monday, leaving whole neighborhoods in western Broward underwater.
Man Rescued After Driving Into Canal In Lauderhill Amid Significant Tropical Storm Eta FloodingA Flash Flood warning remains in effect for Broward County until  5:00 a.m. due to extremely heavy rain that continues to batter the county.
South Florida Seeing Surge In Coronavirus Cases, Increased TestingThe lines are back at Holiday Park to get a coronavirus test. The longer lines mirror the rise in South Florida COVID-19 cases.
Police ID 'Innocent Bystander' Shot, Killed Inside Dania Beach BarThe Broward Sheriff's Office has released the name of a woman who was killed when shots were fired inside a Dania Beach bar early Wednesday morning.
‘We Are Evolving Into A Diverse Community’: Broward Makes History Electing 3 Black Men As Sheriff, State Attorney & Public DefenderFor the first time in Broward’s history, voters elected three Black men as sheriff, state attorney and public defender.
Almost 70% Of Broward Voters Have Cast Their Ballot Before Election DayWhen early voting officially ended Sunday in Broward, more than 826,000 ballots had been cast in the county, either through in-person voting or mail-in ballot.