Miami Once Again At Center Of Football World As Alabama & Ohio State Battle To Be Next National ChampionMiami, for the third time in 12 months, finds itself at the center of the football world.
NFL Week 13 AFC East Picks: Dolphins Beat Bengals 'By Double-Digits,' Says CBS Miami's Mike CugnoThe AFC East looks a little different, with the Bills and Dolphins pushing for the postseason and the Patriots in danger of missing the playoffs.
Hard Work, Dedication Has Plantation Teen Dreaming Of Olympic GoldAt just 17 years old, Plantation native Aliyah Shipman is going to the Olympics through hard work and dedication with taekwondo gold on her mind. Something she didn’t imagine when she first stepped on to the mat.
Tropical Storm Eta's Rains Swamp Miami-Dade StreetsFrom Miami Lakes to Brickell, tow trucks were working overtime after Tropical Storm Eta left neighborhoods flooded, cars stranded, and even some toppled trees.
Thousands Of Miami-Dade Voters Head To The Polls On Election Day To Make Their Voices HeardElection Day in South Florida is running smooth with no reports of long lines or issues. More than one million voters cast ballots either by mail or during the two-week early voting period which may be why many polling locations across the county were pretty quiet on Tuesday.
1-Year-Old Boy Killed, 6 Others Injured In West Broward Rollover CrashA heartbreaking end to the search for a little boy thrown from his family's truck during a rollover crash.
South Florida’s Next Reopening Phase Hinges On Continued Decline Of COVID-19 Positivity RateThere’s a lot of talk but no actual movement towards moving South Florida into the next phase of reopening.
'We Have Shelters Ready': Broward Mayor Says County Is Ready, As Residents Prep For Hurricane IsaiasA storm threat in the midst of a pandemic it’s a double whammy we have never faced here in South Florida.
Miami Heat Offering Up AmericanAirlines Arena To Act As A Safe Polling Site Amid PandemicAs part of their pledge for social justice, the Miami Heat have promised to engage the Black community, in part, by supporting voter registration initiatives.
South Florida Hospitals Come Together For Campaign Asking Residents Do Their Part Slowing Down COVIDSouth Florida’s hospitals are doing OK with physical space, but our health care professionals are exhausted. It’s why they have a new message for everyone.
'Rushing Into A Bad Decision Is Far Worse Than Being Cautious': Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto CarvalhoMiami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho reacts to the new CDC guidelines that favor the opening of schools, saying children don’t suffer much from coronavirus, are less likely than adults to spread it and suffer from being out of school.
Florida Delays Fall High School Football As Coronavirus Cases SurgeHigh school football in the state of Florida has been officially delayed due to the state's burgeoning coronavirus crisis.
‘Get Us Out Of The Mix’: South Florida Coaches Upset Over FHSAA’s Vote To Move Forward With Fall SportsThe coronavirus pandemic has the fate of every extra-curricular activity in doubt, and one decision is threatening to cause even more hardships for South Florida student-athletes.
Broward Mayors Don’t Think Return To Near-Lockdown Is Needed Right NowBroward County has not rolled back any of its reopenings, but that could change at any time.
‘Another Complete Shutdown In Broward’: Vice Mayor Steven Geller Fears County Closure ComingBroward County leaders fear another shutdown may be inevitable.