Broward Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes Fires Back At CriticsEmbattled Broward Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes fired back against her critics Monday defending her handling of the recent midterm elections.
Broward Canvassing Board Still Going Through Provisional BallotsThe vote counting continued at the Broward tabulation center in Lauderhill Thursday, two days after the polls closed for the midterm elections.
In Nationally Watched Senate Race, Bill Nelson Hitting The Pavement On Eve Of Election DayIt’s down to the wire for Democratic Senator Bill Nelson, locked in a tight race Republican opponent, two-term Florida Governor Rick Scott.
Dispute Over $12 Leads To Shooting In Broward Tow YardThe sound of gunfire exploded through Mac’s Tow Yard in Dania Beach Tuesday after Broward Sheriff investigators say a customer got into a dispute over twelve dollars.
Local Jewish Communities Come Together In Wake Of Pittsburgh Synagogue ShootingThe outrage and grief felt in Pittsburgh after the mass shooting continues to resonate in South Florida
Emotional Roundtable Held To Discuss Gun Reform Efforts Since Parkland ShootingOne of the most stark and emotionally raw roundtables on the Marjory Stoneman Douglas tragedy was held on Wednesday.
'Not One Alarm Went Off': Friend Of Mother Who Lost Two Children In FireFire investigators are still trying to figure out what caused a fierce blaze that claimed the lives of two little girls in Pompano Beach over the weekend
Efforts Ongoing To Clean Up Opioid Den Taking Up Four Blocks Near Downtown MiamiWhat’s become known as the ‘opioid den’ under the Dolphin 836 Expressway in Miami is starting to change.
Broward School Board Workshop Discusses Mental HealthThe Broward School Board met on Tuesday, holding a workshop on the issue of mental health in public schools.
All-Clear Given At Davie Schools After Latest Broward ThreatDavie police have given the all-clear after several schools in Davie were placed on lockdown on Monday morning.
Facing South Florida: Opioid Crisis In MiamiThe opioid crisis hits just about every economic level of society but rarely will you see it as raw and open as you do on the streets of one South Florida neighborhood.
Officials Actively Working To Shut Down Opioid Den Below Busy Miami HighwayWhen the sun goes down, more than a few are lighting up crack pipes and injecting opioids underneath the Dolphin 836 Expressway in Miami.