Chief Colina: Actions Of Uniformed Miami Officer With Pro-Trump Mask At Voting Site 'Unacceptable'A City of Miami police officer faces disciplinary action after sporting a Pro-Trump political mask while early voting on Tuesday.
More States Break Single-Day COVID Records, But What Does That Mean For Florida?A Fall surge in COVID-19 cases has arrived in the United States. Eight states have broken single-day records this week.
At Miami Town Hall, President Trump Finally Says He’ll Accept Peaceful Transfer Of Power ‘But I Want It To Be An Honest Election’Thursday was supposed to be debate night in Miami until President Donald Trump's COVID infection derailed it.
‘Anything Can Happen’: Projections Show Joe Biden Doesn’t Need Florida But Political Expert Explains Why He’s Still Visiting Key Battleground StateThree weeks from Election Day, both presidential campaigns want to claim Florida’s electoral votes. Current projections show former Vice President Joe Biden doesn’t need the state to win the White House.
‘Florida Being Florida, You Never Know’: Political Science Professor Breaks Down Sunshine State Battle Between Trump & BidenPresident Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden are still fighting for votes in the Sunshine State. But instead of doing that on a Miami debate stage Thursday night, they will be doing it via dueling town halls.
Controversial Plaque At Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School's Newest Building Draws Ire From Parkland ParentsThe father of Alex Schacter, who was just 14 years old when he was killed during the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 2018, is angry that there is a plaque honoring the school board and not the victims of the shooting inside the newest school building.
From Extra Masks To Individual Hand Sanitizer: Infection Control Practitioner Shares Tips To Keep Kids Safe At SchoolMore students in South Florida will be returning to the classroom Friday morning. Health experts have released ways how they can stay healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Broward Father Upset His 6-Year-Old Son Will Have Teacher Changed As County Returns To In-Person LearningThe first students in Broward County Public Schools will be back in a classroom Friday. Those are pre-K through second grade. But Walter Milner’s 6-year-old son won’t be one of them.
Groups Suing State To Give Voters At Least 2 More Days To Register After Website CrashGroups such as The Dream Defenders and Organize Florida are suing the state to give potential voters at least two more days to register. They argue some people may not have been aware of the previous extension.
President Arrives In South Florida To Court Cuban-American Vote At ‘Latinos For Trump’ EventCourting the Cuban American vote, President Donald Trump will hold a “Latinos for Trump” roundtable Friday morning in Miami.
Plans To Reopen Miami-Dade, Broward Schools Drawing Concerns On All SidesMore than 24 hours after it was announced Miami-Dade and Broward public schools will reopen next month, there still some concern on all sides.
Miami-Dade School Board Votes To Push Back Return Of Students To ClassroomAfter a day and a half long meeting, the Miami-Dade School Board has unanimously voted to push back the date for the return of students to the classroom.
Fort Lauderdale Goes High Tech To Keep Employees Safe As They Return To City HallCity of Fort Lauderdale government workers are back inside City Hall, however, department heads have an additional measure to help keep employees and the public safe.
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.