Video shot from a boater shows teenagers fishing from the dock at Bud N’ Mary’s, a well-known Florida Keys marina. One of the teens is seen standing on top of a small tarpon he caught, then tossing the lifeless fish in the water.
After Miami-Dade School Board members complained about vague language added, Superintendent Alberto Carvalho revised language on a property tax referendum to allocate money specifically for increased teacher pay and school security staff.
Miami Beach recently designated the Tatum Waterway neighborhood a historic area, which provides protection from demolition. A company that owns property in the neighborhood is challenging the decision in court.
Haiti’s prime minister, Jack Guy Lafontant, and his 18 cabinet members resigned Saturday, one week after his government’s temporary suspension of an unpopular fuel price hike failed to halt a violent civil unrest.
Haiti President Jovenel Moïse addresses his nation following the resignation of Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant and his cabinet. Moïse appeals to Haitians to end the practice of turning to violence to express their frustrations.
A man was asked turn his shirt inside out or leave the Greenville, North Carolina mall because security said his shirt, which included the word “F---” was against mall policy. Christopher Tutt said he believed he was targeted and racially profiled. There is no specifically stated rule at the mall that prohibits profanity on clothing.
Jillian Roth said her 2-year-old daughter, Finley, was bitten by a venomous copperhead snake in Kelleyville, Oklahoma. Her daughter was sent to the hospital and given anti venom. Then they went hunting and found 17 snakes.
A 17-year-old was hospitalized after he was bitten by two snakes while mowing a Jacksonville, Florida lawn. The teen said doctors think the bites were from rattlesnakes but venom never entered his body.