'My Son's Blood Is On Your Life': Family Makes Plea To Find Driver In Fatal Hit-And Run Crash In Pompano BeachA South Florida family, mourning the loss of a loved one who was killed by a hit and run driver, is making a plea to the public to help police find the driver.
Florida Forecast To Have Smallest Orange Crop In DecadesAdd orange juice to the list of items you'll be paying more for.
Rapper Slim Jxmmi Accused Of Battery During Argument With Girlfriend In MiamiAaquil Brown, 30, who goes by Slim Jxmmi, is accused of getting into a fight with his girlfriend in their Miami apartment.
Some Miami-Dade School Board Members Wanted 'Different Leadership Qualities, Qualifications' In New SuperintendentAfter an hours long Miami Dade School Board Meeting, a vote favored veteran educator and familiar face to the District, Dr. Jose Dotres for Superintendent to replace Alberto Carvalho but not everyone voted for him.
Miami Weather: Showers Return To South FloridaIt wasn't quite as cold Tuesday morning as it was on Monday morning, but there was still quite a chill across South Florida with lows in the upper 40s and low 50s.
North Miami Catholic Monsignor Chanel Jeanty To Continue To Serve After Fathering ChildThe Archdiocese of Miami said one of their priests has fathered a child.
Coast Guard Searching For 39 People After Boat Capsizes Off Florida CoastRescuers are searching for 39 people believed to be missing after a boat capsized off the coast of Florida,, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.
Plan To Build More Skyscrapers In Downtown Miami Draws ConcernFueled by the pandemic, Miami is soaring to new heights with plans to revitalize and develop downtown Miami.
Police Pursuit Ends With Crash In Miami Beach, Suspect In CustodyA police chase ended with a crash in Miami Beach.
Jury Duty Scams Emerge Across FloridaJury duty scammers are taking advantage of those who take the civic responsibility seriously.
Florida COVID-19 Hospitalizations IncreaseThe number of Florida hospital inpatients with COVID-19 jumped back above 11,000, adding more than 300 patients in a Tuesday count, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.