Vaccinations Expanded To 50 Or Older Teachers, Law Enforcement & FirefightersThe COVID vaccine is finally on the fast track in South Florida.
Humane Society Officials Say ER Visits For Kids With Animal Bites Up As Dog Ownership Skyrockets During PandemicIt’s hard to imagine man's best friend turning into a violent foe. But last week, an unleashed dog attacked a father and his young son at a Miami dog park.
Mass COVID Vaccination Site Coming To Miami Dade College North Campus, 3 Other Locations Across StateFour new mass COVID vaccination sites are coming soon to the state, including one at the north campus of Miami Dade College.
Florida Education Officials Want All Students To Return To Classroom For Standardized TestsFlorida education officials want all students to return to the classroom this spring to take the required standardized tests.
Boil Water Order Lifted For Parts Of NE BrowardA boil water order for parts of northeast Broward has been lifted.
Search For Missing Woman Noemi Bolivar Continues At Anne Kolb Nature CenterHollywood police are out searching the Anne Kolb Nature Center on Wednesday, looking for any clues as to the whereabouts of missing woman Noemi Bolivar.
Boil Water Order Remains In Place In NE Broward After Lightning Strikes Water Treatment PlantParts of northeast Broward remain under a boil water order after lightning struck one of the county’s water treatment plants on Tuesday night.
Pembroke Pines Townhouse Fire Reignites After Displacing Six Families, Killing CatAn early morning fire, which displaced six families from their Pembroke Pines townhomes and left one family cat dead, reignited several hours later and sent flames shooting the roof of the building.
Could New COVID Strains Slow Down The Race To Vaccinate Seniors?The demand for the COVID vaccine far outweighs the supply in South Florida. And as new strains of the virus circulate in the state, a lot of people aren’t letting down their guard.
No Timetable To Get Broward Teachers Vaccinated As Many Return To In-Person LearningWhile many teachers in Broward County have returned to the classroom, many others have not, citing health concerns.
Neighbor Describes FBI Shooting Suspect David Huber As A ‘Loner’ Who Once Pulled A Gun On Pest Control WorkerAs the FBI continues to comb the scene where two agents were killed and three were injured while serving a search warrant, a neighbor of the accused gunman is sharing her interactions with him.