President Trump Hosts 'Latinos for Trump' Roundtable In Doral On FridayPresident Donald Trump courted the Latino vote in Doral on Friday when he hosted a “Latinos for Trump” roundtable at Trump National Doral Miami.
Prosecutors Say There Was No Excuse For Excessive Force In DeLucca Rolle CaseA Broward judge is deciding whether Florida’s Stand Your Ground law applies to two deputies charged in the battery of a teenager.
'Miami Shines" Encourages Locals To Vacation At Home With Some Great DealsThere’s no better time than now, according to the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau, to relax and unwind right here and right now.
Woman Attacked On Metromover Train Wants Her Assailant Severely PunishedA woman who was attacked on a Metromover train wants everyone to see a new video of it which shows how viciously she was beaten by a total stranger and without provocation.
Coronavirus Stats At-A-Glance: Florida Adds 2,847 Cases, 122 Newly Reported DeathsHere are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 11 a.m. on September 25, 2020.
Ryan Fitzpatrick Keeps His Job As Dolphins QB For Another WeekRyan Fitzpatrick emerged early Friday from the Miami Dolphins' first victorious locker room of the year wearing a tropical print shirt adorned with purple pineapples as a complement to his beachcomber beard.
South Florida Judge Barbara Lagoa Would Be First Cuban American On US Supreme CourtWhen President Donald Trump announces whom he intends to nominate for the US Supreme Court seat left vacant by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the pick might be someone from South Florida.
Broward Eases Some COVID-19 RestrictionsAs the number of COVID-19 cases continues to go down in the county, Broward is relaxing some of its restrictions that have been in place for months.
Charles Alexander, 15, Charged In Murder Of Miami Senior High Football Coach Corey SmithFifteen-year-old Charles Alexander has been arrested in the murder of Miami Senior High School head football coach Corey Smith.
Florida Supreme Court Deals Blow To Parkland Shooting FamiliesThe Florida Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday that state law places a $300,000 limit on how much the Broward County School Board can be forced to pay to families and victims in lawsuits filed after the 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.
Marlins Boost Playoff Hopes By Beating Braves 4-2Pablo López delivered big in a must-win situation, even after a long rain delay gave the right-hander and the Miami Marlins more time to think about what was at stake.