Coronavirus: Miami Mayor Urges All Residents To Stay Home After City Closes Non-Essential BusinessesIn light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Miami has issued amendments to its emergency declaration.
Florida Woman Accused Of Mailing Threatening Letters, White Powder To SchoolsA former Polk County teacher is accused of mailing threatening letters containing white powder to several elementary schools where she once worked.
Tolls Going Up On Card Sound Road To Florida KeysIf you prefer taking Card Sound Road over US 1 on trips to the Keys, you'll soon be paying a bit more for the trip.
Fort Lauderdale Gearing Up For This Weekend's Great American Beach PartyIf you're still kicking around ideas as to what to do this Memorial Day weekend, how does live music, vintage cars, unique art, and outstanding entertainment sound to you?
Manny Diaz Returning To Miami Hurricanes Football As Head CoachManny Diaz woke up Sunday morning as the coach at Temple. And then the phone rang.
Local Synagogues Step Up Security After Pittsburgh Attack Saturday's shooting at a temple in Pittsburgh that left 11 dead and 6 injured has forced temples around the country to step up security.
Aguilar Drives In 3, Brewers Still Lose To Marlins 5-4Jesus Aguilar hit like the All-Star he is, while the rest of the Milwaukee Brewers hit like also-rans.
Holiday Sales Expected To Increase By 3.7 %Sales for this holiday season are expected to increase 3.7 percent, according to the National Retail Federation (NRF).
Stephen Colbert Gets Some Gifts From South Florida As the days wind down toward the premiere of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, South Florida awaits the return of the funny man.
Justices Send Redistricting Battle To Lower CourtAfter lawmakers failed last month to agree on a congressional redistricting plan, the Florida Supreme Court on Friday sent the issue back to a circuit judge who will try to piece together a map that meets constitutional requirements.
Documents Show Private Discussions In Senate RedistrictingSenate leaders crafting new districts for the chamber in 2012 held confidential meetings to discuss maps with lawmakers before the maps were made public, while at the same time boasting about "the most open and transparent redistricting process in Florida's history," according to court documents.