Rental Relief Coming For Miami-Dade Landlords, TenantsPeter D'Oench reports Mayor Daniella Levine Cava announced a new relief program for residential landlords with pending writs of possession and tenants facing eviction.
Two Coral Springs Schools Evacuated After ThreatsTed Scouten reports bomb threats were called in to Imagine Charter and Coral Park Elementary.
South Beach Bouncer Accused Of Assaulting TouristsMarc Denis Vallin is accused of pushing a woman to the ground and slamming man's head into a door.
Body Found In Rubbish Fire At Northeast Dade Apartment ComplexPeter D'Oench reports just after 6 a.m., Miami-Dade police received a call about a body in amongst the burning trash at NE 189th Street and NE 1st Place.
Miami-Dade Launches COVID-19 Vaccine Pre-Registration PlatformMiami-Dade County will directly contact eligible individuals to schedule vaccine appointments at county sites as new vaccines are received. Read more:
Double Shooting In NE Miami-DadeA man and woman were taken to Aventura Hospital.
Fallen FBI Agents Remembered For Their DedicationFrances Wang reports Special Agent Laura Schwartzenberger and Special Agent Daniel Alfin spent years tracking and arresting suspected child predators.
FBI Agents Killed In Sunrise Died Doing 'Heroic Work'Ted Scouten reports Special Agents Daniel Alfin and Laura Schwartzenberger were killed when attempting to serve a warrant in a child pornography investigation.
Sunrise Police Say FBI Was Shot While Serving A WarrantPolice have not said how the agent was doing or if anyone else was hurt.
Weekend Marred By Violence On Miami Beach, Police Looking At ChangesBrooke Shafer reports Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber has said more police will be on the streets.
Three People Injured In South Beach ShootingBrooke Shafer reports it happened Sunday just after 8:30 p.m. in the 700 block of Washington Avenue.
Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Delivers State Of The County AddressFrances Wang reports Levine Cava shared her vision for her first year in office during her first “State of the County” address on Friday morning and much of it focused on the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. DeSantis Says State Is Not Playing Politics With Vaccine DistributionFrances Wang reports Gov. DeSantis said he's trying to do more for the city of Hialeah after its mayor claimed they have received no vaccines and no help from the state.
Fire Rips Through Miami Gardens HomeFrances Wang reports a woman who lives in the home she believes her son or another child started the fire while playing with a lighter or matches.
Miami-Dade Launches Phone Line For Vaccination AppointmentsBrooke Shafer reports the county implemented a phone system to make an appointment, along with the online option.
Confusion Over What Remains Of Florida's COVID-19 SupplyBrooke Shafer reports mayors of Miami-Dade and Broward Counties say they would be able to administer many more COVID vaccines if they were provided with more doses.
Friends Heartbroken Over Woman's Death In Dania BeachTed Scouten reports they've added to a reward in hopes of catching his killer.
Demand Exceeds Supply Of COVID-19 VaccinesBrooke Shafer reports long lines persist at drive-thru vaccination sites. Read more:
Deadly Miami Beach Hit And Hit, Police Searching For DriverJoan Murray reports police searching for the driver of a white 2020 Kia Sorento, which now has damage on the front passenger-side and missing a mirror.
COVID-19 Vaccinations For Miami-Dade, Broward School EmployeesMiami-Dade and Broward public school districts have set up vaccination events for teachers, school employees this weekend. Read more:
Some Of President Biden's First Executive Orders Giver 'Dreamers' HopeTed Scouten reports one of the first executive orders President Biden signed gave protections to so-called Dreamers.
Proud Boys Organizer Joe Biggs Charged In Capitol RiotBiggs was reportedly part of a group that used a metal barrier to break through a door.
President Biden, VP Harris Begin First Full Day In OfficeDebra Alfarone reports Biden wasted no time getting to work, he signed a number of executive orders on inauguration day.
Due To "Supply Constraints," Baptist Health Cancels 1st Dose COVID-19 Vaccination AppointmentsBrooke Shafer reports those with second dose appointments are not affected at this time.

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