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CDC’s “Best” Estimate Shows 35 Percent of Those Infected with COVID-19 are Asymptomatic

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued its “best estimates” on the proportion of people who are infected with COVID-19 being asymptomatic, in addition to estimates on the virus’ fatality rate. According to the “best estimate” model, 35 percent of those infected with coronavirus are asymptomatic. The models also reflect that the […]

Officials: Five Victims of Weekend Broward Shooting Not Cooperating

Sunrise Police are still investigating a shooting that sent five men to area hospitals early Saturday morning. Officer Otishia Browning-Smith, police spokeswoman, says the men, all of whom are between the ages of 26 and 44, are expected to survive. Authorities have not released their identities, and Browning-Smith says none of the men are cooperating […]

Former Florida Congressman Lt. Col. Allen West Injured in Texas Crash

Former U.S. Rep. Allen West of Florida has been injured in a motorcycle crash in Texas, according to reports. West’s wife wrote on Facebook Saturday evening that the Congressman’s motorcycle was hit outside of Waco, and that he was in the emergency room. She did not provide any additional details about his condition. However, his […]

Boaters Rescued After Vessel Capsizes Near Boynton Inlet

Officials with Palm Beach County Fire Rescue rescued three people on Saturday morning, when a boat capsized near the Boynton Beach Inlet. The incident happened at about 10:30 a.m. near Ocean Inlet Park. Palm Beach County Ocean Rescue used one of its boats to get the three men out of the water. All of them […]

Palm Beach County Making Plans to Address Possible Coronavirus Spikes

Palm Beach County leaders are reportedly in the process of putting together a response plan in case of a coronavirus case spike, as restaurants and shops get back to business. The county is developing statistical benchmarks that could indicate a resurgence of the virus, thereby potentially leading to a return to restrictions or even another […]

Kentucky School Surprises Student with Yearbook Photo of Her Service Dog

With the academic year coming to an end, one school in Kentucky decided to save a spot in its yearbook for a different kind of student – Ariel, a service dog. St. Patrick Catholic School in Louisville surprised the pet’s owner, 7-year-old Hadley Jo Lange, by including a photo of the Labradoodle among its kindergarten […]

UPDATED: Flood Watch in Effect Through Monday for South Florida

The holiday weekend could be a wash out, as a large and disorganized system if storms settles on the region and into the first part of the week. Parts of our area could see a risk of heavy rain, along with flooding and possibly a few severe storms. Flood Watches have been posted for Palm […]

Former Coronavirus Dashboard Designer Says Emails Prove State Asked to Change Data

The woman who was fired recently from her role with Florida’s COVID-19 dashboard is now telling her side of the story. In an interview last Friday with CNN, Dr. Rebekah Jones says she has emails proving that Florida Department of Health (DOH) officials asked her to change data on the state’s website. Last week, Jones […]

PBSO: Man Struck Woman with Car, Threatened Her with Gun

A Palm Beach County man is facing charges, after authorities say he ran over a woman with his vehicle and threatened her with a gun last Tuesday night. The suspect, 26-year-old Lake Charke Shores resident Naim Kahook, is now free on $50,000 bond after his arrest Wednesday on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly […]