‘Heat Of Florida Will Kill Many More’: Rep. Donna Shalala Compares Threat Of Climate Change To COVID CrisisClimate change and concerns over global warming took center stage Wednesday at the Frost Science Museum in Downtown Miami.
Facing South Florida: Ready For Football?This is the last Sunday of the year where an NFL game will not be played, barring cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Facing South Florida: Voting RightsThere's less than a month left to register if you plan to vote in November.
Miami-Dade Schools Chief Alberto Carvalho On First Week Of School: 'I Was Somewhere Between Frustrated And Angry'Miami-Dade Schools superintendent Alberto Carvalho says the system is still fending off cyber attacks.
City Of Fort Lauderdale Sees Opportunity To Raise ‘Critically Low’ Census Count Via COVID Food DrivesTime is running out to make sure you and your family count in the 2020 census.
Miami Proud: 4ocean Co-founders Reach Major Milestone To Help Environment & Expand Product Line4ocean's South Florida co-founders, whose mission is to remove pollution from the ocean, has hit a new milestone.
Boys And Girls Club Offers Affordable Option To Virtual School SupervisionWith a week to go until the new school year begins in Miami-Dade County, some working parents are still scrambling to figure out what to do when it comes to their kids and remote learning.
Miami Proud: Horses Are 'Invaluable Tool' For Miami Police Community PatrolsFor more than 80 years, Miami Police officers from the Mounted Patrol Unit have been hoofing it through Miami neighborhoods. This equestrian side of community policing patrols areas from Little Haiti to Coconut Grove.
Miami Police Announce 11-Year-Old Jayla Jones Has Been FoundMiami PD has found 11-year-old Jayla Jones, who had been missing since Monday.
South Florida Families Look For Alternates To Help With Virtual SchoolingWhen school resumes in a few weeks, kitchen tables will once again turn in to classrooms as most South Florida students begin the school year virtually.
Broward School Unions Not Happy With District's Plan To Get Special Needs Students Back In The ClassroomBroward County Public Schools is working on a plan to get special education students back in the classroom, on a limited basis, in a matter of weeks.