Looking For A Deal? Florida Holding Unclaimed Property Auction In Miami On SaturdayAre you looking for a deal this weekend? The state of Florida might be able to help. That’s because unclaimed property items that have been turned over to the state will be put up for auction.
Viewing For Miami Teen Diani Gomez Killed In Hit And RunFamily and friends will gather Friday to remember a teen who police say was killed in a hit and run crash.
Local Boosters Say Prospects For Magic City Have Never Looked BrighterOpening up. Back to work. Miami business leaders are feeling it’s the beginning of the post-pandemic comeback.
Oklahoma Named Nation's New 'Lightning Capital,' But What About Florida?For years, Florida has been known as the 'Lightning Capital' but now Oklahoma is challenging the Sunshine State because of new data.
San Francisco-Base Zumper Setting Up Major Hub In To Miami, Sees It As The Next Technology HubMiami Mayor Francis Suarez has been trying to lure start-up tech companies out of California's Silicon Valley and set up shop in the Magic City.
Controversial Bright Futures Funding Change Clears Florida SenateDespite an outcry from opponents warning that “guaranteed” Bright Futures scholarship funding could be upended, the Senate on Thursday passed a measure that would tie aid amounts to money set aside in each year’s state budget.
A History Lesson On How Atlantic Storms Get Their NamesDid you know that at one point in time tropical cyclones were given solely female names?
Florida Senate Panel Scales Back Bill That Would Have Reduced Bright Futures ScholarshipsA Florida Senate panel on Tuesday scaled back a bill that would have reduced Bright Futures scholarships for students pursuing certain degrees, but opponents are now focusing criticism on whether the measure will jeopardize future funding for the program.
Florida Senate Likely To Scale Back Controversial Bright Futures BillIn an apparent victory for opponents, the Florida Senate this week could drastically overhaul a controversial proposal aimed at reducing state Bright Futures scholarships for students in degree programs deemed unlikely to lead to jobs.
Gov. Ron DeSantis: Vaccine Age Eligibility Lowered To 50 Beginning Next MondayMore Floridians will be eligible for the coronavirus vaccine beginning next week.
Spring Season Starts SaturdaySpring season begins in the Northern Hemisphere this Saturday on March 20th at 5:37 a.m.
Controversial Plan To Reduce Bright Futures Scholarships Clears First Hurdle In Florida LegislatureWith dozens of students testifying against the bill, a controversial plan to reduce Bright Futures scholarships for students who pursue degrees deemed unlikely to lead to jobs was approved Tuesday by a Senate committee.
Controversial Bright Futures Scholarship Bill Back On Legislative Agenda With Some ChangesUnder pressure that has included a student-led opposition campaign, lawmakers are expected to overhaul a controversial Senate proposal that would tie Bright Futures scholarships to a list of job-creating degrees.
The Boring Company Officials Meet With Miami Mayor Francis Suarez On TunnelsAre tunnels the way of the future in Miami and Fort Lauderdale?
'I Don’t Have Anything To Buy Food Right Now', Miami Residents Grateful For Gift Card DistributionEarly Tuesday morning, hundreds of Miami residents lined up and awaited their turn to receive a $250 dollar grocery gift card.