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Family of Margate doctor who died of COVID-19 says personal items are missing - The family of a Margate doctor who became the first medical professional in South Florida to die from the coronavirus said…

Deputies: Florida Keys residents must carry additional proof of residence due to counterfeiting - Florida Keys residents must carry additional proof of residence to enter the island chain because the reentry stickers are being…

Zoo Miami welcomes 2 endangered clouded leopards MIAMI - Zoo Miami has welcomed two highly endangered clouded leopards. The leopards, a baby boy and girl, were born on on Feb. 11…

Broward doctor: Controversial drug treatment shows promise for South Florida patient - A coronavirus patient is battling back against the disease, and a doctor for Broward Health said a controversial drug has…

MDFR offers guidelines for 911 callers amid pandemic MIAMI - The Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Department is asking people who call 911 to follow some specific guidelines during the coronavirus pandemic to help…

Woman, husband allowed to disembark from Coral Princess docked at PortMiami MIAMI - A woman and her husband have been allowed to disembark from the Coral Princess days after the coronavirus-stricken ship docked at PortMiami….

Coronavirus Impact: Flights At Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Slow To A Trickle MIAMI - How long will they continue to fly? It is a question haunting airport operators across the nation. Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport is no exception. Greg Meyer, Public Information Officer with Broward County Aviation Department says: "Most of our international destinations have been suspended.

Key Biscayne couple hosts video chat as wedding reception - Newlyweds from Key Biscayne had to get creative to celebrate with friends and family in the midst of the COVID-19…

Loved ones of residents at Pembroke Pines veterans home with COVID-19 cases speak out - Loved ones of residents at a veterans home in Pembroke Pines where one person died from complications due to the…

Broward mayors, first responders demand EOC to address staffing concerns - Mayors and first responders across Broward County are demanding the county’s Emergency Operations Center address their staffing concerns, saying they are…

Coronavirus Fitness: You Can Stay In Shape While Staying Safe At Home MIAMI - The coronavirus has forced gyms and private fitness studios to close, which means there's never been a greater demand for working out remotely. According to the research group Nerd Bear, during the coronavirus pandemic the interest in home workouts is five times more popular than it was at the same time last year.

Christians celebrate Holy Week online; WSVN to air English Easter Sunday Mass Christians around the world are celebrating this year’s Holy Week online. Over the weekend, Archbishop Thomas Wenski led Palm Sunday services from an…

Miami Beach Mayor Gives CBS4 Preview Of Convention Center Field Hospital Army Corps of Engineers is going to be setting up a special field hospital inside the Miami Beach Convention Center before the end of the month in case there's an overflow of coronavirus patients from area hospitals. CBS4 was at the Convention Center just before 1 p.m.

Coronavirus Impact: Miami Police Chief Jorge Colina Urges Public To Stay Home After 6 Officers Test Positive For COVID-19 MIAMI - Six police officers at the Miami Police Department have tested positive for COVID-19 and 125 others are now in quarantine. Chief Jorge Colina took to Twitter, to make a plea that the public stay home. A move he says could save officers' lives.

Walt Disney World illuminates Cinderella’s Castle in blue to honor healthcare workers - Walt Disney World is honoring health care workers. In honor of World Health Day, Walt Disney World lit up…

Rolling Loud Miami Pushed Back To Early 2021 MIAMI, February 12-14, 2021 at Hard Rock Stadium."Organizers for the event said that tickets for 2020 will be usable at the rescheduled event, but offered refunds if needed as well, stating that purchasers will be notified on April 8th as to the details of the refund plan.The three-day fest offers a hip-hop heavy lineup with 21 Savage, Playboi...

Hundreds of Hialeah Residents Crowd Unemployment Help Center A long line of Hialeah residents waited for help from an unemployment assistance center at John F. Kennedy Library. Many Miamians are losing their jobs as a result of coronavirus crisis.

Miami food distribution site forced to turn away people in need during coronavirus pandemic MIAMI - Raul Nuñez said he lost his job and he doesn't have any money to buy groceries for his family. Elvis Paniagua said he is waiting for a response to his application for unemployment benefits.

Here are the top condo sales in Miami last week Despite the ongoing pandemic, a total of 102 condos sold for $54 million last week, compared to 118 units that sold for $50 million the previous week. Condos last week sold for an average price of about $527,000 or $349 per square foot. The top sale was at Murano Grande in Miami Beach.

Wynwood's Salty Donut launches a first responders donation campaign Expressing gratitude with a simple thank you just doesn't seem like enough for first responders. Those on the front lines at hospitals and fire stations deserve so much more. Following suit of the many Miami restaurants that are taking meals to these individuals, The Salty Donut in Wynwood has launched a doughnut delivery campaign.

Zoo Miami Welcomes Birth Of Highly Endangered Cloud Leopard Kittens MIAMI - As we are self-isolating and stressing about how to keep safe from the coronavirus when we head out, sometimes its the little things that can bring a smile to our face. Zoo Miami has announced the birth of two highly endangered cloud leopard kittens.

FedEx providing free printing, mailing of unemployment applications Ron DeSantis announced FedEx will provide free services to those in need of physical unemployment applications. On Twitter, DeSantis said free printing and…

Entrevista al Dr. Alexander Rainof Conversation with Doctor Alexander Rainof. Guest speaker for In Miami Spring Into Action 2020 to be held in the summer, at a date to be determined, at the Miami Dade College Eduardo J. Padron Campus.*. Doctor Rainof is a professor in the Romance, German, and Russian Languages and Literatures Department at California State University, Long Beach.

Order to wear masks in Miami Beach now in effect - An order to cover your face in the city of Miami Beach amid the coronavirus pandemic is now in effect. All employees and customers must wear some type of covering over their mouths and noses when going into grocery stores, pharmacies and restaurants.

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