101-year-old Plantation tennis registration desk worker honored as Grand Marshal for city’s Independence Day parade

A Plantation woman has no plans to stop working, even at the age of 101. Her dedication to the career she loves is being honoredRead More

Residents at Plantation Acres demand more safety protocols for horses due to increased traffic and congestion

Horse lovers in Plantation Acres are concerned that increased traffic and congestion are making their equestrian community unsafe. Kevin Ozebek has tonight’s 7 Investigates. AshlynnRead More

Residents complain about unsanitary pool conditions at South Florida condo

A big benefit to condo living are the amenities. But residents in one community say they are paying for a pool they can’t use. SoRead More

Dolphin gets beer named after him in collaboration between Island Dolphin Care and Oil Well Craft Beer

You’ve probably heard of collaborations, but how about a partnership between a Florida brewery and a dolphin? 7’s Kevin Ozebek is putting this unlikely pairingRead More

Group of South Florida residents who invested thousands in semi-truck company seek answers after losing money

They put their hard-earned money into a trucking company but said they didn’t get a return on their investment. Now, they’re suing. 7’s Kevin OzebekRead More

Experimental 2-seater plane built by 11 Naples-area teens takes flight

NAPLES, Fla. (WSVN) — A young pilot parked on a runway and took off in a plane he built. With a little help from hisRead More

Florida woman shoplifted at Dillard’s as car caught fire with her 3 children inside, police say

OVIEDO, Fla. (WSVN) — A Central Florida mother was arrested after, police said, she left her three children alone in her car while she wentRead More

Fort Myers residents battling insurance companies 9 months after Hurricane Ian’s destruction

A new hurricane season began Thursday, but many Floridians still haven’t recovered from the last one. Rebuilding along the Southwest Florida coast devastated by HurricaneRead More

South Florida businesses deal with stolen checks sold on dark web

Before you send another check in the mail, there’s something you need to know: checks are being stolen in South Florida and sold on theRead More

Online cremation companies accused of holding human remains ‘hostage’ agree to pay $275,000 penalty, provide more info on websites¬†

A funeral and cremation provider was accused of holding human remains hostage in order to make more money from grieving loved ones. The feds steppedRead More