Pedestrian Killed In Lauderhill Hit And RunLauderhill police are looking for the driver involved in a deadly hit and run.
Miami-Dade Movie Theaters, Bowling Alleys, Other Entertainment Venues Reopen Under Phase 2Friday marked the first official day of Phase 2 reopening in Miami-Dade County.
'Funds Raised Some Concerns': OIG Launches Investigation Into Alberto Carvalho’s NonprofitThe Office of the Inspector General for Miami-Dade County Public Schools has launched an investigation into Superintendent Alberto Carvalho’s nonprofit following a donation from K12, the much-maligned online learning platform axed by the district.
Safety Concerns Being Addressed As Miami-Dade, Broward Schools Eye Return To ClassroomsMiami-Dade and Broward schools may be just weeks away from reopening classrooms. As the day for reopening gets closer, more safety concerns are being addressed.
Despite COVID, This Year's Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Will Go OnOn Thursday, the Broward County Commission gave the green light to allow the annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show to go on despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Long Night For Miami-Dade School Board As Frustrations Aired About Chaotic Start To Academic YearIt's was very long Wednesday night for the Miami-Dade School Board as frustrations were aired from many sides after last week's chaotic start to the challenging school year.
Broward Schools Chief Robert Runcie Eyes October For Possible Partial Reopening Of SchoolsThe reopening of schools and the return of in-person instruction is a primary goal of the Broward School Board and Superintendent Robert Runcie.
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.
Mom Who Lost Own Child To Battle With Cancer Determined To Win The WarMom who lost her own child to cancer makes a plea for public to step up donate time and money, even if it is one dollar to help win the war against childhood cancer.
Miami-Dade Schools Continues To Fend Off Cyberattacks On Day 3Miami-Dade students and teachers were hoping for a better day three after software technical issues and cyberattacks caused problems on the first two days of the new school year.
'I Feel More Comfortable, It Is Too Hot Outside,' Miami-Dade Restaurant Patrons Applaud Resumption Of Indoor DiningMany Beleagured restaurant owners in Miami-Dade are welcoming a return to indoor dining for the first time since early July and said they hope they can survive economically amid the new restrictions.