Taste Of The Town: Jaffa Dishing Out Delicious Middle Eastern, Mediterranean Cuisine By 'The Spice Detective'In today's Taste of the Town, it's a taste of Israel at Jaffa, a charming eatery in Hallandale Beach created by Chef Yaniv Cohen.
Panthers Win 13th Straight, Top Maple Leafs 3-2 In OTBrandon Montour scored 2:26 into overtime and the NHL-leading Florida Panthers extended their winning streak to a franchise-record 13 games by beating the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-2 on Saturday night.
Earth Day: National Water Day Dance Calls Attention To Saving Water And The EvergladesAs Earth Day approaches, dancers, students and community members across South Florida and the rest of the country are preparing for Saturday's National Water Dance.
Name, Imagine And Likeness Laws Have Forever Changed College AthleticsProponents say Name, Imagine and Likeness laws have leveled the playing field for college athletes. Some critics worry it's given boosters too big of a role on campus. CBS News tackled this complicated issue that's changed college athletics.
Broadway Returns To South Florida’s Largest Performing Arts Centers With Nod To Big Shows And Return To NormalcyLive theater is officially back on stage in South Florida as both The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and The Broward Center for the Performing Arts reveal this season’s line up of shows, presented by Broadway Across America.
The SAT Test Is Going All-Digital, Getting Shorter, And Allow CalculatorsStudents can soon put those number two pencils down. The SAT test is shifting to an online format, the College Board announced in a statement Tuesday.
Taste Of The Town: Big Brother Star Memphis Garrett Brings Sexy Cocktail Parlor ‘No Man’s Land’ To Fort LauderdaleBig Brother reality TV star and hospitality powerhouse Memphis Garrett, has a new South Florida eatery and hotspot.
Weekend Weather: Warm And Humid But Not As FoggyWarm and muggy this weekend but it may not be quite as foggy as it was Thursday and Friday morning.
Miami Weather: Cooler And Drier Air Set To Move Into South FloridaSouth Florida continues to get reinforcing shots of cool and dry air with the northwest breeze.
Florida Manatee Deaths Rise As Pollutants Kill SeagrassManatees deaths are on the rise along Florida's east coast because algae blooms and contaminants are killing the seagrass the beloved sea mammals eat, a wildlife official told a House committee Tuesday.
Taste Of The Town: It's All About Connecting Crops & Community At Los Felix In Coconut GroveLos Felix, located on Main Highway in Coconut Grove, has been described as an open love letter to the fine and nearly extinct traditions that make up authentic Mexican cuisine
Hurricane Andrew: 29 Years Since Monster Category 5 Storm Devastated South DadeOn this day in 1992, which was 29 years ago, Hurricane Andrew smashed into South Florida, pummeled south Miami-Dade, causing $30 billion in damage and more than 40 deaths.
Hurricanes' QB D'Eriq King Signs NIL Deal With Florida PanthersThe agreement is believed to be first of its kind with King becoming the first college athlete to sign a name, image and likeness deal with a pro franchise.
Monroe County Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of ElsaMonroe County Emergency Management officials have activated their Incident Management Team ahead of Tropical Storm Elsa, as the storm could reach the Florida Keys Monday and Tuesday.
Gambling Bills Start Moving Amid TalksMurmurs, and at times shouts, of a renewed gambling deal between the state and the Seminole Tribe of Florida have bubbled during legislative sessions stretching back nearly a decade.