2020: Jim Berry Looks Back On Some Of The Top Local Sports StoriesJim Berry there were some major wins - and losses - in the year of South Florida sports.
American Airlines Resumes Flights With 737 MAX JetsBrooke Shafer reports the aircraft was grounded for nearly two years due to two overseas crashes.
Man Accused Of Assaulting Police Officer In CustodyPeter D'Oench reports a man who reportedly assaulted a Miami-Dade police officer was taken into custody in Miami Gardens after a massive search.
Race Is On To Get Florida Seniors VaccinatedBrooke Shafer reports about 32,000 people have received their first dose in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. However, most are younger than 65, according to statewide data.
South Florida Nursing Home Begins Vaccinating Residents And StaffPeter D'Oench reports Miami Jewish Health hopes to have all of their residents and staff vaccinated in the coming weeks.
President Trump Signs Bill That Provides COVIID ReliefDebra Alfarone reports the bill also averts a government shutdown.
Holiday Rush Hitting South Florida Airports Despite Travel WarningBrooke Shafer reports despite precautions that can be taken, health experts are pleading with people to pass on travel this year.
President Trump Pardons Key Allies, Including Roger StoneDebra Alfarone reports President Trump has pardoned more people this week, including some who went to jail because of the Russia investigation.
Despite Warnings, Holiday Travel In Full Swing At South Florida AirportsTed Scouten reports health experts are pleading with people to pass on travel this year.
Moderna Vaccine Arrives At Broward HealthJoan Murray reports 4,100 doses of the vaccine were sent to Broward Health.
President Trump Threatens To Veto Coronavirus Relief BillDebra Alfarone reports in a four-minute Twitter video Trump complained that the stimulus checks aren’t large enough.
Hundreds Line Up For Gifts Cards In Miami, Miami BeachTed Scouten reports the City of Miami handed them out to those in need at Jose Marti Park.
Ivanka Trump Helps Out At SW Dade Food DistributionFrances Wang reports Ivanka Trump has been involved with Farmers to Families since its inception.
Gov. DeSantis To Outline Next Phase Of VaccinationsFrances Wang reports the governor said seniors are a priority.
Long Lines Form At Hard Rock Stadium For Coronavirus TestingTed Scouten reports people are getting tested before taking off for the holidays.
Health Experts Stress Holidays Are No Time To Let Your Guard DownJessica Vallejo reports despite the arrival of a vaccine, experts stress it isn't time to let our guard down, especially before the holidays.
Two People Sought In Fort Lauderdale Bus Terminal ShootingJoan Murray reports Fort Lauderdale police are looking for suspected gunman Kimani Brown, 22, and 16-year-oldd Shaniyah Kressin, a reported runaway who was with him.
Miami Curfew Goes Into Effect This WeekendCurfew is from midnight to 6 a.m. until further notice.
Key West International Airport Uses Virus Fighting RobotRobot uses ultraviolet light to remove 99.9 percent of pathogens, including coronavirus.
Miami House Fire Mostly Sparked By HeaterHomeowner said when a family member turned on the A/C's heater, the house quickly filled with smoke.
Demand Overwhelms Supply At Gift Card Distribution In Little HaitiBrooke Shafer reports hundreds of people lined up early Tuesday morning hoping to receive a $250 Publix gift card. Many left empty handed after the 500 cards were given out.
Alternatives To Waiting In Long Lines For COVID TestingBrooke Shafer reports if you want to make an appointment and not wait in line, you can also schedule your COVID test at an independently-owned site.
Joshua's Heart Foundation Food Distribution Helped Struggling FamiliesBrooke Shafer reports the organization is trying to help 600 families.
Health Leaders Warn Of Winter Coronavirus SurgeBrooke Shafer reports Dr. Deborah Birx, with the White House COVID task force, said every state needs to be critically informing their state population that the gatherings that we saw in Thanksgiving will lead to a surge.