Miami Gardens Volunteers Take Part In Community Cleanup In MLK Day Of Service Of EventDozens of volunteers come together to clean up neighborhood streets in Miami Gardens as part of MLK Day of service event.
Here's How South Florida Lawmakers Voted On President Trump's Second ImpeachmentFlorida lawmakers followed along party lines when it came to impeaching President Donald Trump for a second time on Wednesday for inciting a violent insurrection when he charged up a violent mob to storm the U.S. Capitol in order to stop Congress from counting presidential electoral ballots.
State Lawmakers Share Their Thoughts On FBI Warning Of Armed Protests In All 50 State CapitalsAfter what the country saw last Wednesday at the Capitol in our nation’s capital, now state capitals fear they may fall victim to similar violence.
South Florida Representatives Weigh In On President Trump Impeachment PlansThe House will be moving forward with the articles of impeachment, if Vice President Mike Pence does not act on invoking the 25th Amendment.
‘Takes Each One Of Us To Be The Change’: Perrine Residents Hold Anti-Gun, Anti-Violence WalkIn the face of an increase in gun violence across South Florida, one group decided to spend their Saturday taking a stand.
President-Elect Joe Biden: Siege On Capitol A Painful Reminder ‘Democracy Is Fragile,’ Requiring ‘People Of Good Will’ To Preserve ItRadical supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
Infectious Disease Expert Expects ‘Thousands And Thousands’ To Be Vaccinated In Next Few Weeks But Urges PatienceSome people in South Florida have been fortunate to be among the first to get their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine over the last few days.
Some Miami Beach Business Owners Say City Overstepped In Shutting Down Emergency Order ViolatorsThree Miami Beach businesses are back open after having to temporarily close over the weekend.
Dogs Rescued From Meat Market In China Now Call South Florida HomeTwenty rescued golden retrievers met their forever families Sunday.
$20 Million Restoration Plan For Biscayne Bay A Promising ‘First Step’ Says Miami WaterkeeperIn a year marred by massive fish kills, local and state leaders are taking, what some consider, long overdue action to address the problems facing Biscayne Bay.
Fort Lauderdale Black Police Officers Association Pitches In To Help Those They ServeMembers of the Fort Lauderdale Black Police Officers Association are hard at work, looking out for the growing need of the people they serve.
The Wharf Fort Lauderdale Voluntarily Closes After Broward County Officials Determined COVID Protocols Were BrokenThe Wharf Fort Lauderdale has announced it will be temporarily closing.
Free COVID Testing Partnership Announced Between Miami-Dade Schools & UM As Cases Climb To 676Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho is pleading with students and parents to stay vigilant in helping to curb the spread of COVID ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
COVID Sexually Transmitted? UM Study Says 'It Also Has Potential To Cause Male Infertility'A new study from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine shows COVID-19 has the potential to cause male infertility and could even be spread sexually by asymptomatic men.
Why President Trump Performed So Well In Miami-DadePresident Donald Trump won the state of Florida, in large part, due to a huge Republican showing in Miami-Dade.