Nearly 4,000 Evacuees Have Come To South Florida From The BahamasAbout 3,900 evacuees escaping Hurricane Dorian's devastation in the Bahamas have been processed through south Florida by air and sea, officials said.
Google Earth Satellite Image Leads To Remains Of Missing Florida Man 22 Years LaterA missing Wellington man's remains were finally found thanks to someone who zoomed in on his former Florida neighborhood with Google satellite images and noticed a car submerged in a lake, authorities said.
Bahamas Tackles Massive Clean-Up After Hurricane DorianA preliminary report estimates Hurricane Dorian caused a total of some $7 billion in damage, but the government of the Bahamas has not yet offered any figures.
South Florida Remembers Victims Of 9/11It’s how the Broward Sheriff’s Office remembers this day, as they read off the timeline of tragedy and tolled a bell for the victims on September 11, 2001.
South Florida Aid Pours Into Bahamas As Displaced Islanders Try To Get OutWhile help and supplies are pouring in, many in the hardest-hit parts of the Bahamas are just trying to get out.
South Florida Woman Who Claimed She Needed Money To Lift Curse Sentenced To PrisonA South Florida woman was sentenced to prison and ordered to pay $1.6 million in restitution for orchestrating a fraud scheme involving a 'fortune-telling.”
Bahamas Relief Efforts Continue In BrowardVolunteers finished packing and preparing hurricane relief supplies Thursday at the Harbor Towne Marina in Dania Beach.
Deerfield Beach Returning To Normal, But Very Aware Of Hurricane DorianIn Deerfield Beach near the pier there are signs that life is moving on.
Miami-Dade No Longer In Hurricane Dorian's Cone Of UncertaintyEven though Miami is no longer in the cone of uncertainty, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez declared a state of emergency.
Split Appeals Court In Florida Refuses To Revisit Major Marijuana CaseA split appeals court on Tuesday refused to grant the state’s request to revisit a decision that could revolutionize the way medical marijuana operators do business in Florida.
BSO Investigates Deadly Crash Between Train, Vehicle In Pompano BeachThe Broward Sheriff’s Office is investigating a fatality involving a vehicle and a Brightline train Sunday in Pompano Beach.
Countries Agree To Protect Sharks, RaysIn a move aimed at conserving some of the ocean's most awe-inspiring creatures, countries have agreed to protect more than a dozen shark species at risk of extinction.
Focus On South Florida: The Sounds Of HaitiUniquely South Florida program offers children the sounds of Haiti.
Focus On South Florida: Miami Diaper BankThe cost of keeping a baby dry can become a breaking point for struggling families and is an expense not covered by public assistance.
Focus On South Florida: Drawing Notice To Girls Of All AgesA local artist is on a mission to create murals in charcoal.