City Of Hialeah Inspectors Visit Local Businesses To Ensure Compliance Of Recent Mask MandateAs the number of positive coronavirus cases increases in South Florida, the city of Hialeah is doing its part to slow the spread. On Wednesday, city inspectors began going door-to-door to local businesses, making sure they were in compliance with the recent mask mandate.
Miami Dolphins To Host Virtual Football, Cheerleading Summer Camps For The KidsNow that school is out for summer, the Miami Dolphins are helping to keep kids active by taking their summer camps from the field, right to your home.
Dream Defenders Hold Protest At Miami-Dade State Attorney's OfficeThe group “Dream Defenders” will meet Tuesday afternoon at the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office for what they say will be another peaceful protest.
Volunteers 'Pick Up The City' They Care For After Two Days Of Protests In MiamiAfter two days of protests in the streets of Miami, a group of volunteers gathered on Monday with the goal of cleaning up their city.
Police Join Demonstrators In Prayer At Coral Gables ProtestWhile some of the demonstrations turned violent on Saturday night, there were also powerful moments of unity.
Experts Urge Emphasis On Safety As Pools Set To Reopen In Miami-DadeApartment and condo pools are set to open again in Miami-Dade come Monday, June 1.
Ready To Hit The Beach? Rules, Enforcement Discussed By Miami Beach City CommissionOn Monday, June 1, beaches will open again in Miami-Dade. Thursday morning, City Miami Beach Commissioners held a special meeting through Zoom to discuss rules and guidelines for beaches, based on mandates from the county.
Friendship Circle Director Starts 'Lifeline Project' To Help Families Following Alejandro Ripley’s MurderThe murder of 9-year-old Alejandro Ripley sent shock waves through South Florida.
Charged With Murder Of Boy, Alejandro Ripley's Mom Tells Investigators, 'He's Going To Be In A Better Place'The mother of a nine-year-old boy, who reported her son kidnapped, has now been charged with his murder.
US Housing Secretary Ben Carson Visits Miami To Talk About Federal Funds Allocated To The City To Help During The PandemicU.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Dr. Ben Carson, paid a visit to Miami City Hall.
Patient Safety Is Key As Hospitals Urge Mammograms & Other Routine Health ScreeningsAs we slowly return to normal, doctors say to remember your check-ups and health screenings and that includes mammograms.
Doctors Urging Patients Not To Put Off Care Due To Coronavirus FearsDoctors are encouraging patients to come to the hospital if they need help, rather than put their care on hold because of coronavirus fears.
'Get Up And Get Going', Doctor, PE Teacher Encourage Kids To Move With Fun Dance VideoAt a time when children need to be inside, it can be hard to get them up and moving.
Increase In Coronavirus Testing Has Positive Effect On South Florida SitesTesting has been emphasized by health officials as the key to reopening.
Reopening Florida: 'We Are Not Overwhelmed': South Florida Doctors Resume Elective Surgeries & ProceduresAs Florida enters its first official phase of reopening, hospitals are now allowed to resume surgeries and elective procedures that had to be put on hold. Doctors here in South Florida want to encourage patients that they are prepared and following necessary protocols.