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Fort Lauderdale Reverses Course, Tells Gyms “Close or Risk Fines”

The City of Fort Lauderdale is reversing course on its gym reopening policy. Gym owners in the city could now be risking fines of $15,000 a day if they decide to open. On Monday, city officials gave gyms permission to open, but are now advising them to remain closed until Broward County declares they can […]

Goodyear Blimp Set to Fly in Tribute to Local Healthcare Workers

The Goodyear Blimp is scheduled to get back into the skies over South Florida this week, but not for a sports event. Rather, Goodyear says its Wingfoot Two blimp will be flying above hospitals in our region on Friday and Saturday, as way to honor to honor medical professionals who are fighting the coronavirus pandemic […]

Source: Ex-Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen to Be Released from Prison

President Trump’s longtime lawyer and fixer, Michael Cohen, is about to be a free man. Cohen is set to be released from federal prison on Thursday, due to the risk of coronavirus on inmates. He is expected to serve the rest of his sentence at home, according to a source. He has been held at […]

Palm Beach County Prepares to Offer $60 Million in Business Grants

Palm Beach County is preparing to distriubute $60 million in grants for businesses that was been hurt by the ongoing pandemic. An online application portal will be available beginning at 8 a.m. Friday at discover.pbcgov.org. However, there are some catches. The county is planning to give $50 million, from the $261 million it received from […]

Court Sides with FPL in Broward Nursing Home Hurricane Case

A state appeals court on Wednesday rejected a lawsuit that blamed Florida Power & Light for a deadly situation in which residents of a Broward County nursing home were stuck without power following Hurricane Irma in 2017. A three-judge panel upheld a circuit court decision that dismissed the allegations made against the state’s largest power […]

DeSantis: COVID-19 Dashboard Designer Faces Cyber Sex Harassment Charges

The woman who designed Florida’s COVID-19 dashboard and was later fired is also facing an open criminal investigation for sexual cyber harassment and cyber stalking, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced on Wednesday. Rebekah Jones told West Palm Beach television station WPEC this week that her termination was “not voluntary,” adding that she was taken out of […]

UPDATED: VP Pence, Gov. DeSantis Discuss Economic Recovery

Vice President Mike Pence and Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday held an economic roundtable with tourism, theme park, hospitality leaders in Orlando to discuss the reopening of Florida’s economy. Pence’s visit to the state began at a retirement community in Orlando, where he donated personal protective equipment. While there, the vice president shared that he […]

Virginia family finds nearly $1 million dollars, turns it in

A Virginia family who went out for a ride to get a breath of fresh air after being in the house due to coronavirus lockdown orders made a discovery of nearly $1 million in two bags lying in the road. According to reports, David and Emily Schantz left their Caroline County home with their children […]

Trump congratulates his daughter Tiffany on finishing law school

Congratulations are in order for President Donald Trump’s daughter, Tiffany Trump, who recently graduated from Georgetown Law School. Unfortunately for Tiffany Trump, she had to give up the traditional commencement ceremony after schools shut down because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Georgetown honored its Class of 2020 with weekend video tributes and a virtual ceremony during which degrees were […]

2 charges dropped against woman who breached security checkpoints near Mar-a-Lago

Prosecutors have dropped 2 out of the 4 charges against 30-year-old Hannah Roemhild, the woman who is accused  of leading law enforcement on a wild chase through two barricades in earlier this year at Mar-a-Lago. Roemhild was arrested Jan. 31 after dancing on her vehicle, acting erratically then driving through the security checkpoints that were […]