South Florida Health Officials Prepare For Coronavirus Omicron VariantHealth Officials in South Florida are searching for the Omicron Variant right at home.
Florida Man Charged With Murder 38 Years Later; New Tech Helped Crack CaseA Florida man, who was long considered a person of interest in the murder of a 21-year-old South Florida woman, has now been officially charged with the killing, 38 years after the crime.
Heat's Bam Adebayo Suffers Torn Ligament In Right ThumbMiami Heat's Center, Power Forward Bam Adebayo will likely be out for a few weeks after suffering a torn Ulnar Collateral Ligament in his right thumb.
Wrangling Continues In COVID-19 Records FightA Leon County circuit judge Wednesday rejected an attempt to shield a Florida Department of Health official from testifying in a public-records case that seeks to force the state to provide COVID-19 data.
'Miya’s Law' Proposed to Require Background ChecksCalling the measure “Miya’s Law,” state legislators are seeking to require apartment landlords in Florida to conduct background checks on employees.
Miami Freedom Tower Money Proposed In State HouseFollowing up on a proposal by Governor Ron DeSantis, Rep. Bryan Avila of Miami Springs has filed a request for $25 million to restore the Freedom Tower in Miami.
Surfside Condo Collapse Lawsuits Will Likely Go To Trial Next SummerLawsuits seeking millions in damages from the collapse of the Champlain Towers South Condominium in Surfside, that killed 98 people, will likely go to trial next summer.
NBA Imposes Penalties On Miami Heat, Chicago Bulls For Early Free Agency DiscussionsThe Miami Heat and the Chicago Bulls will both have to give up a future second-round draft pick for violating the NBA’s early contact rules during free agency in August, according to the league.
Flo And Joe: Dolphins-Giants Coaches Have Lots Of HistoryThe Miami Dolphins plays host to the New York Giants on Sunday and the ties that bind run deep.
Miami To Host Premios Verdes, Largest Sustainability Conference In The CountryIn a move to further develop Miami’s green and renewable energy sector, the city will host the largest sustainability conference in the country, Premios Verdes.
Florida Considers Teaching Risks, Benefits Of Social MediaUnder a bill approved Tuesday by the state's Senate Education Committee, schools would be required to teach about the risks and benefits of social media.
Marlins, Sandy Alcantara Complete 5-Year, $56 Million ContractThe Miami Marlins completed the signing of right-hander Sandy Alcantara to a five-year contract on Tuesday, plus they acquired All-Star infielder Joey Wendle from the Tampa Bay Rays.
Hurricane Flags Burned In Key West To Mark Storm Season's EndA group of Florida Keys residents staged a ceremonial burning of hurricane warning flags Tuesday evening to mark the official Nov. 30 end of the 2021 Atlantic Basin hurricane season.
Miami Weather: Cool, Crisp Start To December, Sunny & Warm AfternoonTemperatures will climb to the upper 70s by midday and highs will rise to around 80 degrees in the afternoon under mostly sunny skies.
World Aids Day 2021 Reminds Us About The Other EpidemicWorld AIDS Day, designated on December 1st every year since 1988, is an international day dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection and mourning those who have died of the disease.