Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Signs Executive Order On COVID-19 Vaccination InformationMayor Daniella Levine Cava has signed an executive order that gives the county greater oversight of the COVID-19 vaccinations in Miami-Dade.
More Educators Shifting Careers, Opting To Teach Virtually Full-TimeVirtual learning has changed the way families and school districts think about education. Now it has some teachers shifting their careers, choosing virtual teaching even once the pandemic is behind us.
Cat-Astrophe Averted As Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Saves Water-Logged Cat From Sea WallCats and water don’t mix. Any cat person knows that. So when a neighborhood cat fell into the water near a sea wall in Sunny Isles Beach, Miami-Dade firefighters came to the rescue.
UM Conducts Study On Impact Of High-Blood Pressure Medications On COVID PatientsAs Floridians flock to COVID vaccine sites in the rush to get vaccinated, many who are dealing with high blood pressure have questions about their medications and how these might impact their recovery from COVID.
COVID-19 Vaccination Site At Fort Lauderdale's Holiday Park To Be MovedThe COVID-19 vaccination site at Holiday Park will move to a new location next week.
Florida Unemployment Rate Dips; Officials Cite 'Growing Economic Confidence'Florida’s jobless rate dipped 0.2 percentage points in December amid what state officials said is growing economic confidence as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Florida Quietly Launched Phone Appointment System For COVID-19 VaccinationsThe state's health department has quietly launched a new COVID-19 vaccination scheduling system.
$5,000 Reward Offered In Search For Killer Of 6-Year Old Chassidy SaundersThere is a $5,000 reward for information regarding the murder of six-year-old Chassidy Saunders in Miami.
2020 Rains Helped Sea Turtle Nesting Season In Palm BeachLast year's wetter than usual rainy season led to a strong sea turtle nesting season in Palm Beach County, with 66 percent of eggs successfully hatching.
'The Fowl Have A Feast': Key West Wants To Ban People From Feeding Free Roaming ChickenWild chickens, known for roaming the streets of Key West, won't get any more free meals from friends who enjoy feeding the feral fowl.
Florida Man Wanted For Taking Part In Capitol Riots Arrested At InaugurationA Florida man who was part of the US Capitol riots and knew he was wanted by authorities, returned to Washington, DC anyway to attend the inauguration, the Justice Department said in a court filing Thursday.
Florida Senate Democrats Plan To 'Fight Like Hell' Against GOP Sweeping School Choice ProposalRepublican legislative leaders are lauding a sweeping school-choice measure filed Thursday, while Senate Democrats have vowed to “fight like hell” against the proposal.
Miami Weather: Sunny & Warmer Weekend AheadIt was a cool start across much of South Florida with temperatures in the mid to upper 50s in Miami-Dade and Broward.
Car Riddled With Bullets On I-95, Driver HospitalizedA man is hospitalized after a shooting on I-95 early Friday morning.
"Festival Of The Lion King" Returns To Disney's Animal Kingdom This SummerWalt Disney World has announced that the "Festival of the Lion King" at the Animal Kingdom will return this summer.