Gov. Ron DeSantis Holds COVID-19 Roundtable Discussion With Miami-Dade County Mayors Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is holding a roundtable discussion with Miami-Dade County mayors on the state's response to the deadly coronavirus pandemic.
Police Investigate Early Morning Shooting In North LauderdaleIt was around 6:45 in the morning when 911 began receiving calls from the area of SW 76th Avenue and 10th Court in North Lauderdale about hearing gunfire.
Broward Issues New Emergency Order Affecting Restaurants, Vacation RentalsBroward Mayor Dale Holness held a brief news conference on Wednesday afternoon to announce new measures to try to slow down the spread of the coronavirus in the county.
Due To Recent COVID-19 Surge, Broward Considers Additional Restrictions On BusinessesBroward restaurants, once again, are facing the possibility of more restrictions after a surge in coronavirus cases.
Witnesses Needed To Help Solve Mystery Behind Trans Woman Murder In Pompano BeachShe was known to many as Bree Black or NUK, a trans woman. It was just about 10:15 p.m. Friday July 3, when Bree was gunned down, just steps from her apartment at NW 3rd Ave and 12 Street in Pompano Beach.
Closed South Florida Beaches Put Damper On July 4th Holiday FunThe July 4th holiday usually means packed beaches and bustling crowds on nearby sidewalks, or in Hollywood's case - the Broadwalk.
Miami-Dade School Board Votes To Adopt Plan For Reopening Schools In FallMiami-Dade Schools is figuring out how students will get an education this coming school year amid the coronavirus pandemic. At a virtual school board meeting Wednesday, members heard emailed comments from parents.
Airlines Doing Deep Cleans As Travel Makes Comeback Amid Surging COVID-19 NumbersAir travel is making a bit of a comeback, with more passengers boarding planes amid surging COVID-19 numbers.
'I Was Just Humiliated, Embarrassed, Scared For My Life', Safiya Satchell Who Was Tased While Police Officer Had Knee On Her NeckIt’s stunning To watch, cell phone video showing Safiya Satchell being tased twice while former Miami Gardens Police Officer Jordy Martel has his knee on her neck.
10 More Cases Of West Nile Virus Reported In Miami-Dade, 8 Dengue Cases In KeysAs if the coronavirus wasn't enough to deal with, the state's health department said ten more people in Miami-Dade have contracted the West Nile virus.
Fired Miami Gardens Police Officer Accused Of Kneeling On Woman's NeckAuthorities announced Thursday the arrest of a former Miami Gardens police officer who is facing two counts of official misconduct and four counts of battery.
South Florida-To-New York Travelers Resigned To Quarantine Upon ArrivalFor those of you taking off to the New York Tri-state area, expect to be under quarantine as soon as you touch down.
Broward To Shut Down Businesses Not Complying With County, CDC GuidelinesBroward County Mayor Dale Holness held a news conference Wednesday morning to announce a newly signed emergency order saying that businesses not complying with CDC and county guidelines will be shut down and fined.
FDLE Investigating Fort Lauderdale Police Officer Steven Pohorence’s Previous Uses Of ForceNew investigations have been launched against the Fort Lauderdale police officer caught on camera a few weeks ago shoving a protester.
Boynton Beach Fire Department’s First Black Deputy Chief Demands Answers After Face Whited Out Of MuralThe Boynton Beach Fire Department’s first black deputy chief is demanding answers after her face was whited out of a mural.