AAA Expects 2.4 Million Floridians Will Hit Road For July 4th Holiday WeekendWhether you’re driving Florida highways or flying off for some fun, you’re going to have plenty of company this Fourth of July weekend.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Signs Property Insurance Bill That May Bring Higher RatesFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a property insurance bill on Friday meant to give relief to a large sector of the state's insurance industry, but may also lead to larger rate increases for customers of the state-backed Citizens Property Insurance Corp.
SEE IT: Video Of Murder Suspect Released As Dying Mother Asks Public To Forget 'No Snitch Code', Bring Killer To JusticeA South Florida family is hoping the public can help identify the person who killed their loved one and left them grieving and in pain.
North Miami Beach PD: Officer Forced To Fire At Driver Who Ran Him OverThe North Miami Beach Police Department says one of his own officers discharged his weapon on Thursday afternoon.
'Don't Be Greedy, Share The Shot,' Protesters Gather In Broward To Ask US To Share COVID Vaccine With WorldOn Thursday morning, protestors rallied outside the federal building in Fort Lauderdale chanting, “Don’t be greedy, share the shot.” They were advocating for the United States to share the COVID vaccine with the world.
Coral Springs Gym That Lost Members To BLM & Pride Flags Gets Support From Miami HeatWhen CrossFit Immersion in Coral Springs hoisted the Black Lives Matter and Pride flags in the gym last month, they received some blowback they’re weren’t expecting.
Dania Beach Wireless Business Raided By FedsComputers and boxes were pulled out of a telecommunications company on Wednesday as US postal inspectors lead an investigation.
Miami-Dade County Commissioners Approve 'Peace And Prosperity Plan'Miami-Dade County has a new plan to fight gun violence, after a very violent few weeks, with multiple mass shootings which left behind devastated families.
UM Doctors Part Of Team That Discovered New Drug To Treat Alzheimer’s DiseaseThe FDA has approved a new drug to treat Alzheimer’s disease, and part of the credit for this discovery goes to doctors at the University of Miami.
3 Dead, Including 15-Year-Old, In Murder-Suicide Near Homestead Air Reserve BaseThree people are dead, including a 15-year-old, after a shooting near the Homestead Air Reserve Base.
'Circle of Brotherhood' Organization Seeks Funding To Help End Gun Violence In MiamiA group known as the Circle of Brotherhood seeks funding to help in the fight against gun violence in Miami. The move comes days after Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava announced her $90-plus million-dollar plan to combat gun violence.
'Operation Summer Heat' Launched In Miami-Dade To Crackdown On Violent CrimeThe Miami-Dade Police Department has teamed up other top local law enforcement agencies to launch a new initiative called Operation Summer Heat, which is focused on strategic enforcement to curtail violent crime in the county.
Several Organizations Plan To File Suit To Reverse Florida Transgender LawThe new law means transgender girls can no longer play on the girl’s team in school, they must play on the team that matches their gender on their birth certificate.
'They’re Cowards, They’re Murderers, And Killers': Miami-Dade Police Director Freddy Ramirez On Hunt For Gunmen In Sunday's Mass ShootingThe search continues for three people responsible for a mass shooting early Sunday morning outside the outside El Mula Banquet Hall in northwest Miami-Dade left two dead and over 20 injured.
'We Must Get These Killers Off The Streets': Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, Police Want Justice In Weekend Mass ShootingsAfter a bloody weekend in Miami-Dade in which three people were killed and more than 30 others were injured, county leaders are taking action and asking for help in finding those responsible.