Dania Beach receives new high-water trucks to assist during severe weather and flooding

Broward Sheriff’s Office delivered some new high-powered help to assist after severe weather strikes. The City of Dania Beach received two high-water trucks that willRead More

18 Cuban migrants repatriated back to Cuba after landing on island off Key Largo

A group of Cuban migrants are headed back to Cuba after the U.S Coast Guard found them on Tuesday. The group of migrants sailed onRead More

Woman with disability unable to visit deceased parents’ final resting place because of broken elevator at cemetery

A South Florida family is frustrated. One of their relatives is unable to visit her loved ones at a local cemetery and it’s all becauseRead More

Multiple car fatal accident in Hialeah leaves 2 dead, 3 transported to hospital

A fatal multi-car accident in Hialeah resulted in two fatalities and three people, including two minors, were transported to the hospital. According to reports, theRead More

Remnants of bird flu virus found in pasteurized milk, FDA says

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday that samples of pasteurized milk had tested positive for remnants of the bird flu virus that hasRead More

Senate overwhelmingly passes aid for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan with big bipartisan vote

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate has passed $95 billion in war aid to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan, sending the legislation to President Joe Biden afterRead More

Senate passes bill forcing TikTok’s parent company to sell or face ban, sends to Biden for signature

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate passed legislation Tuesday that would force TikTok’s China-based parent company to sell the social media platform under the threat ofRead More

Trump meets with a senior Japanese official after court session in his hush money trial

WASHINGTON (AP) — Former President Donald Trump is meeting with another foreign leader while he’s in New York for his criminal hush money trial. TheRead More

UN calls for investigation into mass graves uncovered at two Gaza hospitals raided by Israel

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United Nations called Tuesday for “a clear, transparent and credible investigation” of mass graves uncovered at two major hospitals inRead More

FTC votes to ban most employers from using noncompete clauses. But legal challenge is expected

New York (CNN) — The Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday voted to ban for-profit US employers from making employees sign agreements with noncompete clauses. SuchRead More