Florida Bill Criminalizing Protests Outside Homes Moves ForwardA year after passing a sweeping law aimed at protests, state legislators are moving forward with a proposal that could criminalize demonstrations in front of or around people’s homes – including the governor’s mansion.
Florida Capitol Staff Told To Work From Home As Police Prepare For Possible ProtestsWashington D.C. and states across the country, including Florida, are heightening security and preparing reinforcements ahead of potential armed protests from Saturday up to at least Inauguration Day on Wednesday.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Proposes New Legislation To Penalize Cities For Defunding Law Enforcement AgenciesFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis has proposed new legislation that would penalize cities for defunding law enforcement agencies and charge violent protesters with new felonies.
Protesters March In Wynwood, Commemorating 100 Days Since George Floyd’s DeathProtesters were back in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood on Monday, commemorating 100 days since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
FHP: Expect Temporary Closure Of Highways Near Downtown Due To Expected ProtestsThe Florida Highway Patrol is advising drivers that Interstate 95, Interstate 395, and Interstate 195 will experience possible delays and periodic closures throughout the weekend due to the third week of demonstrations and police activity.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz Takes Part In ‘We Stand Together’ Rally In WestonCongresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz was in Weston Wednesday afternoon where local community leaders and activists took part in a “We Stand Together” event.
Facing South Florida: The George Floyd ProtestsJim DeFede and his guests take a hard look at what has been a remarkable and memorable week in South Florida with protests and unrest as well as questionable behavior by law enforcement.
Several Protests Held Across South Florida Calling For End To InjusticeAnother round of protests calling for an end to social injustice was held throughout South Florida on Saturday.
Miami Historian Marvin Dunn On George Floyd: 'Demonstrators Are Saying This Needs To Stop And That’s Encouraging'Miami historian Marvin Dunn offers his perspective about recent George Floyd protests.
Caravan Of Vehicles In Hallandale Beach Drive Point Home For ChangeA protest was held in Hallandale Beach on Wednesday, where a caravan of vehicles drove home the message of putting an end to police brutality and of making a call to bring about real changes going forward.
Broward County Leaders Meet To Address George Floyd ProtestsTroubling images of police confrontations and smashed windows during violent protests last weekend, have Broward County leaders taking action on Tuesday.
FBI Seeks Information On Individuals Inciting Violence During ProtestsThe Federal Bureau of Investigation is seeking information on individuals inciting violence during First Amendment-protected peaceful demonstrations.
Volunteers 'Pick Up The City' They Care For After Two Days Of Protests In MiamiAfter two days of protests in the streets of Miami, a group of volunteers gathered on Monday with the goal of cleaning up their city.
Police Use Tear Gas To Disperse Protesters During Fort Lauderdale ProtestFort Lauderdale police used tear gas on demonstrators in downtown Fort Lauderdale on Sunday evening.
Another Night Of Nationwide ProtestsProtesters in Minneapolis defied curfew orders as firefighters worked to put out fires across the city in the fourth night of unrest over George Floyd's death.