Miami Launches New Donation Drive For HaitiTed Scouten reports last weekend's 7.2 earthquake in the southern part of the country killed more than 2,200 people and destroyed more than 75,000 homes and businesses.
Relief Supplies Flown In To HaitiBrooke Shafer reports the earthquake destruction has created major challenges for search and recovery efforts.
Life Saving Flight With Medical Supplies Headed To HaitiJoan Murray reports the flight left Opa-locka Executive Airport on Thursday morning.
Miami-Dade Public Schools Mandates Masks For New School YearBrooke Shafer reports the move defies an order from Gov. Ron DeSantis that states the decision must be left up to parents.
Relief Supplies For Haiti Packed Up At Port EvergladesKeith Jones reports people and businesses have donated everything from water to medical supplies.
Masked Broward Public School Students Start New YearBrooke Shafer reports some teachers said their students were a little anxious when they got into their classrooms.
South Florida Community Coming Together To Help HaitiJoan Murray reports there are numerous relief drives going to collect needed supplies to send there.
Final Preps For First Day Of School In BrowardBrooke Shafer reports it will be in person learning begining Wednesday.
Summer COVID Surge Has Increased The Lines At Test SitesBrooke Shafer reports demand for testing is causing long lines at testing sites.
South Florida Sending Relief Supplies To HaitiJoan Murray said some Haitians looking to escape the chaos in the aftermath of the weekend earthquake arrived at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
Supt. Alberto Carvalho To Meet With Medical Experts Ahead Of Mask DecisionBrooke Shafer reports Superintendent Alberto Carvalho said he will not let threats from Gov. DeSantis affect his decision.
South Florida Preparing For Wet And Windy WeekendPeter D'Oench reports canals are being lowered and Miami gave out sand bags to residents.
Thursday Night's Rain Caused Street Flooding On Miami BeachAustin Carter reports Tropical Depression Fred threat has local officials busy preparing.
Raging Fire At Hallandale Beach Tire Shop Spread To Nearby HomeBrooke Shafer reports about 50 firefighters were called in to battle the fires.
Broward School Board Defies Gov. DeSantis, Mandates MasksBrooke Shafer reports the move sets up a showdown with the governor.
Miami Condo Residents Forced To EvacuateBrooke Shafer reports their building was deemed unsafe.
Father, Son In Critical Condition After Miami ShootingBrooke Shafer reports the nine-year-old boy was shot in the head and stomach.
Gov. DeSantis Said There Will Be No Mask Mandates At SchoolsPeter D'Oench reports DeSantis will sign an executive order giving parents the right to decide in their children will wear masks in school.
Masks Now Required Inside Broward County Owned BuildingsBrooke Shafer reports the mandate will cover places like the County Administration Building, public libraries and any building run by the county.
Broward School Board Votes To Make Masks MandatoryBrooke Shafer reports the Broward County School Board voted unanimously Wednesday afternoon to make the use of masks mandatory for the start of the school year.
Health Officials More Americans To Get VaccinatedBrooke Shafer reports the Centers for Disease Control announced on Tuesday that fully vaccinated people in communities with substantial or high COVID transmission should once again wear face masks in some indoor public settings.
Four Miami Beach Police Officers Relieved Of Duty Following ArrestDalonta Crudup allegedly struck an officer with a scooter.
As Cases Climb, New COVID-19 Test Sites Open In FloridaPeter D'Oench reports last week the state's health department announced more than 11-thousand new cases in Miami-Dade, an increase of more than six thousand cases from the week before.
Coral Gables Condo Deemed UnsafeKeith Jones reports city building inspectors will be there Monday to review work done to address structural concerns.