Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis said the best case scenario is that the water main break will be repaired tonight, the worst case scenario is Friday.

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Web Extra: Ft. Lauderdale News Conference On Water OutageFort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis said the best case scenario is that the water main break will be repaired tonight, the worst case scenario is Friday.
Judge Denies Bail For Florida Financier Jeffrey EpsteinJudge rules Jeffrey Epstein, who is charged with sex trafficking, will remain in jail until his trial.
One Dead, Two Injured In Horrific MacArthur Causeway CrashPeter D'Oench reports the violent crash between a Toyota Camry and Ford Mustang took place on the Causeway at Fountain Street just before 5:00 a.m.
Fort Lauderdale Declares Emergency Over Water OutageRielle Creighton reports the outage was caused by a water main break. It affects thousands of residents and businesses in Fort Lauderdale and several surrounding cities.
Man Arrested For Reportedly Shoving Miami Beach CommissionerCommissioner Michael Gongora was not injured
Fort Lauderdale Without Water After Main BreakA contractor damaged a 42-inch water main.
Deadly Crash On MacArthur CausewayAt least one person was killed in a two vehicle crash on the causeway.
New Report Says Homestead Facility For Children Should Be ClosedA new report from Amnesty International USA found that the Homestead facility housing migrant children must be shut down.
Adult, 5-Year-Old Child Shot In LauderhillLauderhill Police say an altercation between two men at an apartment complex led to gunfire and left a man and a young boy injured.

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Lawsuit Filed Against West Palm Beach Funeral HomeA South Florida family from West Palm Beach has filed a lawsuit against a funeral home claiming one of their employees took a photo of their dead daughter which ended up on social media.
The Phillip And Patricia Frost Museum of Science Invites Guests To 'Apollo 11 Day'To mark the anniversary of the first humans landing on the moon on July 20, 1969, the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is inviting guests to Apollo 11 Day.
Education Board Signs Off On Mental Health Instruction For StudentsPublic schools will be required to teach students at least five hours of mental health instruction beginning in 6th grade.
FBI: Pipe Bomb Devices Mailed By Florida Man Wouldn't Have WorkedThere are new details on the pipe bombs sent by 57-year-old Cesar Sayoc to several Democratic political figures in a terror spree last year.
Local University Looks To Combat Toxic Algae BloomsDespite a massive and expensive cleanup of Lake Okeechobee, toxic algae blooms are once again spreading throughout South Florida's water supply, according to new test results.
Pembroke Pines Police Find Piglet Wandering Around Broward High SchoolThis little piggie did not go to the market. In fact, this little piggie went to a Broward high school and was found there.
Mother Of Autistic Teenager Claims Excessive Force Used At Summer CampThe mother of an autistic 12-year-old boy says her son’s summer camp used excessive force while he was being restrained and she has asked Miami-Dade Police and the Department of Children and Families to investigate.
Volunteers Team Up To Prepare Hurricane Kits For Elderly Residents In MiamiVolunteers from Sedano's supermarkets and Florida Power & Light teamed up on Wednesday to prepare hurricane kits for senior citizens in Miami.
Boy Struck By Hit & Run Driver Returns Home From HospitalThe 7-year-old boy who was struck by a hit and run driver in Miami has returned home from the hospital.
Florida Man Accused Of Deadly Shooting Outside Miami Barbershop Charged With MurderCriminal charges have been filed against a man accused of a deadly shooting outside of a barbershop in Miami.
Judge Announces January 2020 Trial Date For Confessed Parkland Shooter Nikolas CruzBroward Judge Elizabeth Scherer announced a tentative trial date for January 2020 during Wednesday's status hearing for confessed Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz.
WEB EXTRA: Confessed Parkland Shooter Nikolas Cruz Appears In CourtNikolas Cruz, confessed Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Shooter, appeared in Broward court for a procedural hearing.
'The Conditions Were Very Pristine' Says Miami-Dade Police Director After Tour Of Facility For Migrant ChildrenMiami-Dade's mayor and police director toured the Homestead Temporary Shelter for Unaccompanied Children in South Miami Dade and found the conditions to be clean and the kids were being treated well.
Man Caught On Camera Beating Up Elderly Hotel Owner In Hollywood Appears Before JudgeA man who was caught on camera attacking another man over a parking spot at a Hollywood hotel went before a judge on Wednesday.
Lauren's List: How Smart Are YouLauren Pastrana takes a look at the ways intelligence reveals itself.
Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Has DiedRetired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens died after suffering a stroke at Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale.
Florida Being Sued Over Newly Enacted Sanctuary Policy BanA lawsuit was filed Tuesday over a new law that forces local law enforcement agencies to cooperate with federal immigration officials.
Police Release 911 Calls From Deadly Road Rage Shooting In DavieOn Friday June 7th, in the middle of the day on Flamingo Road near I-595, Davie Police say Andre Sinclair was enraged about being cut off in traffic by Keith Byrne.
Suspect In Elderly Man's Beating Turns Himself In To Hollywood PoliceHollywood Police say they have arrested the man who attacked an elderly man over a parking spot.
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Dies After Suffering StrokeRetired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens has died in South Florida.

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