1 person found shot on road in Hollywood, police searching for gunman
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – Hollywood police are searching for a shooter after a man was found lying in the middle of a road off Hollywood Boulevard early Sunday morning suffering from a gunshot wound. Hollywood police said they were notified of a shooting around 2:28 a.m. in the 100 block of North 24th Avenue. In a preliminary investigation, police said there had been a dispute between two people and the suspect fled the scene after the shooting. The victim was transported by Hollywood Fire Rescue to Memorial Regional Hospital where he died. Hollywood Police Homicide Unit is continuing the investigation.
Café zones set up in Hollywood add more outdoor seating, more social distancing
In Hollywood, Thursday was Day 1 of the temporary Café Zone program. On the Hollywood Broadwalk and on Hollywood Boulevard, there are now areas designated as café zones from Thursdays through Sundays. Restaurant owners like it because they can serve more people with the outdoor space. "We’re taking advantage of the extra table space out front and so far so good," Bonny and Read's owner Jaimie Hawkes said. One person on the Broadwalk said: “Nah, I’m gonna chill for right now.”But Hawkes and other restaurant workers and owners are ready.
Coronavirus: Pleas for local teacher to get promising drug; hospital says not possible
PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. – Family, friends and colleagues of a beloved elementary school teacher are hoping for a miracle for Stefanie Miller. But at Memorial West, where Miller is being treated, the hospital is not one that was selected by the federal government or Gilead to give her the drug. Memorial West was not one of the hospitals chosen by the federal government or Gilead. Memorial Regional in Hollywood, is one of them, but not Memorial West. Miller, a second-grade teacher at Fox Trail Elementary in Davie, was working from her hospital bed up until recently.
Police identify woman involved in I-95 chase; had 9-year-old son in car
They also said that she had her 9-year-old son in the back seat during the ordeal. The woman said as she was exiting her car, Johnson pushed her back inside her car. An officer used a tactical maneuver to stop the car during the chase. Johnson’s car came to a stop after crashing on the southbound lanes of Interstate 95 near 151st Street. Johnson’s 9-year-old son was taken from the back seat of the car after the chase ended.
Reopening: Hollywood Broadwalk closed, Fort Lauderdale’s A1A has lanes for walking, cyclists
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Cyclists, runners and walkers kept their social distance on A1A on Fort Lauderdale on Saturday, but Hollywood’s Broadwalk, usually teeming with cyclists and walkers, was closed completely. In Fort Lauderdale, the city closed off northbound lanes to cars – the latest measure taken to allow for outdoor activity as portions of the state begin to reopen. The closure to traffic, in place from Las Olas Boulevard to Sunrise Boulevard on A1A, is from sunrise until 7 p.m. Sunday night. Carrie Becker, a Hollywood resident, liked Fort Lauderdale’s plan. RELATED: Cyclists face different scenarios in Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood