Rick Case donates 1,000 backpacks to Boys and Girls Club of Broward County

Rick Case gave back to the community by hosting a drive for supplies. The Rick Case Automotive Group donated 1,000 backpacks and school supplies toRead More

Tide of Trouble: Toxic algae in Fort Lauderdale shores up concern

Toxic algae has been popping up in Fort Lauderdale waterways, but now tests are showing the city may have a bigger problem on its hands.Read More

Step Up: Broward bailiff plans walk to raise awareness of sex trafficking victims

Human trafficking arrests are on the rise across Florida, but it’s not enough to stop these heinous crimes. One South Florida man says it’s timeRead More

Police say juveniles took control of detention center after riot

Chaos broke out at the Broward Juvenile Detention Center when some of the inmates managed to take over the facility. 7’s Brian Entin has exclusiveRead More

Tide of Trouble

There is a problem growing in the waterways in Fort Lauderdale, and the people who live there are concerned that they are in for aRead More

Empty Nest

A South Florida bird lover shelled out a lot of money, time and patience for the perfect pet, but she says the seller never cameRead More

Bad Call

WSVN — She called the school to see if her grandson could enroll in the pre-K program. She got a call back, a voice mailRead More

Out of Luck

A Broward County mother was convinced that she would never get her dream home until 7News got involved. Investigative reporter Brian Entin has this update.Read More

Broward County housing lottery leaves family out of luck

A mother and her young son had hoped to be living the American dream by now, but a legal fight in Broward County has themRead More

Help For Our Heroes

Disabled vets are being forced to walk a long way to their doctors’ offices because of a parking shortage at Miami’s VA Hospital. 7’s BrianRead More