Broward Public Schools Intend To Hold In-Person High School Graduations, Miami-Dade Exploring PossibilityThere is some good news for high school seniors in South Florida. Broward County Public Schools intend to hold live, in-person high school graduations and Miami-Dade Public Schools is "exploring the possibility."
'This Is Our Existential Challenge': Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava On Sea Level Rise StrategyMiami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava marks one hundred days in office on Friday with a call to action on rising sea levels and makes a pledge that fixing the pressing problem is now a priority.
Lost In 2020, Microchip Reunites Yorkie With Pines Owner In TallahasseeAfter nearly a year and an almost 500-mile odyssey, a Yorkshire terrier has been reunited with her Pembroke Pines owner.
COVID In Florida: 5,922 Additional Cases, 144 New Deaths Reported FridayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 5,922 new coronavirus cases on Friday.
You Can Now Get Gooey Knaus Berry Farm Cinnamon Rolls Delivered To Your DoorIf you've ever wanted an ooey-gooey Knaus Berry Farm cinnamon roll but didn't feel like driving to Homestead, we have great news.
President Trump To Headline CPAC Weekend In OrlandoFormer President Donald Trump will return to the political spotlight this weekend at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando.
LaToya Ratlieff: Apology 'Disingenuous and Disheartening' After Detective Exonerated For Shooting Her In Face With Projectile During Black Lives Matter ProtestLaToya Ratlieff, the South Florida woman who was shot by a foam projectile in the face during a Black Lives Matter demonstration in Fort Lauderdale in May of 2020, is disappointed in the decision which exonerates the officer.
City Where Trayvon Martin Died Seeks Racial Injustice ReformThe city where Trayvon Martin was killed by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman nine years ago is launching an effort on racial social injustice reform.
Woman Killed In Pompano Beach Triple ShootingA 20-year-old woman from Cape Coral was killed, two other people were injured in a Pompano Beach shooting.
Miami Weather: Mostly Sunny With A Building BreezeSouth Florida got off to a mild start Friday with temperatures in the low 70s and few spotty showers.
Plans Moving Forward To Rebuild FIU Bridge That Collapsed, Killing 6Nearly three years since a pedestrian bridge at Florida International University collapsed during construction killing six people, plans are underway to construct a new bridge in the same location.
Dine Out Takeout: Taste of the Town Returns With A TwistIt’s hard to believe it’s been nearly a year since we’ve shot our last “Taste of the Town” segment due to the pandemic. We’ve all faced so many challenges this past year – but few more than the hospitality industry.
Margate Police Searching For Missing Teen Lakeisha ScottMargate police have asked for help in finding a missing teen.
82-Year-Old Former Cuban Political Prisoner Ana Rodriguez Fighting To Keep Her Miami HomeA court hearing will be held Friday to determine if an 82-year-old former Cuban political prisoner will be able to keep her home.
Zoo Miami's New Director Wants To Take It To The Next Level, Bring Conservation Awareness To All County ParksWill Elgar, the new Director of Zoo Miami, is described as passionate about wildlife conservation.