Lighthouse Point, Florida couple Christopher and Elisaine Colgan and Fort Lauderdale resident Jennifer Munoz Cadavid were killed and another passenger was hurt in a boating crash near Government Cut at Miami Beach’s southern tip.
The Group IV commission race in Coral Gables will head to a runoff on April 23. Voters may cast their ballots for Ralph Cabrera or Jorge Fors, the top two vote getters in the April 9 general election. They defeated Carmen Olazabal and Jackson “Rip” Holmes.
Before the Federal Aviation Administration overhauls the airspace over South Florida in 2021, aviation officials are hosting a series of workshops in Broward and Miami-Dade counties to hear feedback from residents worried about noise increases.
A 21-year-old Florida International University student who went missing Tuesday morning from the school’s Biscayne Bay campus was found Tuesday night. Police say Kelvin Sanchez was arrested in the city of Miami.
A Florida House committee cleared a bill to give residents the right to grow vegetable gardens in front yards. The bill only preempts local government rules, not rules set by homeowners associations or other groups.
A man faces aggravated child abuse charges after he told police he left a bowl of boiling water on the sink and his girlfriend’s 4-year-old burned himself. Authorities said they don’t know if he’ll survive.
A new study explores potential stations in Miami neighborhoods that run along traffic-choked Biscayne Boulevard. Tri-Rail, which is still waiting for permission to run on Brightline tracks, is interested.
Christopher Columbus High School, a private Catholic boys’ school in Westchester, Miami-Dade, picked Notre Dame College President Thomas Kruczek as its second president. He succeeds Brother Kevin Handibode.
As Passover and Resurrection Day come together this spring, we have faith that the black churches that were burned to the ground will rise up out of the ashes and again be beacons of light and goodness.
Florida’s highest court ruled Tuesday Gov. Ron DeSantis acted lawfully when he suspended former Sheriff Scott Israel over his department’s handling of mass shootings in Parkland and at Fort Lauderdale airport.
On the day civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump was hired to represent DeLucca Rolle, the Broward teen head slammed to the ground by a BSO deputy, charges were dropped and BSO released info on the deputies relieved of duty.