Broward Schools Supt. Robert Runcie, Former General Counsel Barbara Myrick Enter Not Guilty Pleas During ArraignmentLawyers for outgoing Broward Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie and the district's former General Counsel, Barbara Myrick, entered not guilty pleas during their clients' arraignment hearings.
Doctors Warn Lithium Batteries Can Pose Risk To Young ChildrenFrom key fobs to remotes for toys, lithium batteries are everywhere in our homes, but many parents are not aware of just how dangerous they can be for children.
MadBum Keeps Rolling, Diamondbacks Beat Marlins 11-3Madison Bumgarner threw seven shutout innings, Asdrúbal Cabrera had four hits including a three-run homer, and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Miami Marlins 11-3 on Tuesday night.
Miami Weather: Hot & Humid, Afternoon Showers PossibleIt was a very warm and steamy start to Wednesday with temperatures mostly in the low 80s. We were two to seven degrees warmer than Tuesday in Broward and Miami-Dade.
One Dead, One Hospitalized After Shooting in Northwest Miami-DadeMiami-Dade police are investigating a deadly double shooting that occurred Tuesday night.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Issues State Of Emergency Over Colonial Pipeline ShutdownAgriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried, whose office oversees gas stations, says at the moment Florida is fine.
Heat Clinch Playoff Spot With 129-121 Victory Over CelticsTyler Herro scored 24 points and the Miami Heat clinched a playoff spot and locked the Boston Celtics into the play-in tournament Tuesday night with a 129-121 victory.
College Athlete Pay Rules Move ForwardWith a Florida law set to go into effect July 1 to allow college athletes to profit from their names, images and likenesses, the state university system’s Board of Governors has begun the process of adopting regulations to carry it out.
Groups Challenge Constitutionality Of Protest LawArguing that a new law is intended to “suppress the viewpoints of Black-led organizations and their allies,” a coalition of groups Tuesday challenged the constitutionality of changes championed by Gov. Ron DeSantis to crack down on violent protests.
Company Placing Bitcoin ATMs All Over South FloridaBitcoin of America is making a push to expand its operation in South Florida.
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Held Tuesday To Mark Reopening Of Bunche ParkThe park now features a two-story sports building that will include a multi-purpose gym and an elevated running track.
Miami Lakes To Accept Cryptocurrency Payments As Digital Currency Expands Throughout South FloridaThe Town of Miami Lakes is one of the first municipalities in Miami-Dade County to accept cryptocurrency, such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum or Bitcoin Cash, as a method of payment for all fees collected by the town.
Carnival Cruise Lines Could Resume Sailings Out Of PortMiami As Soon As July 4thCarnival Cruise Lines announced Tuesday its ships could resume sailing from PortMiami as soon as July 4.
FDLE Finds No Criminal Wrongdoing In Epstein Plea Deal Or Work ReleasePalm Beach state prosecutors and the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office are cleared of wrongdoing in connection with the prosecution and privileges given to Jeffrey Epstein.
Reigning Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi Visits Brickell Bakery To See Firsthand How It Helps Individuals With Developmental DisabilitiesThe Miss Universe pageant is back, and the reigning queen made a special stop ahead of the big event.