Parents of South Florida quadruplets have no regrets after going through with high-risk pregnancy
Open the summer, Local 10 News reported on the Bradley family and the high-risk pregnancy that they chose to go through. Without intervention those babies were born and spent several weeks in the NICU, and now they're at home in Jupiter and very healthy.
Judge denies preliminary Santa’s Enchanted Forest lawsuit against Miami-Dade County
Christmas is back on at Tropical Park. According to a brief sent to Local 10 News on Friday, a judge has denied Santa’s Enchanted Forest’s preliminary lawsuit against the new Holiday themed park, Christmas Wonderland.
Family gives update on recovery of South Florida football player left paralyzed during game
A South Florida high school football player suffered a devastating injury on the football field last month and now his family has provided an update on his recovery as a community continues to rally behind him.
‘Garden of Our Lord’ preservation fight continues in court as developer clears another round of city approval
As a coalition of Coral Gables residents led by Bonnie Bolton and her attorney David Winker continue a legal fight to preserve “‘The Garden of Our Lord,’ the City of Coral Gables and Century Crystal Group LLC, received development project approval from the city’s board of architects on a 4-3 vote Thursday morning.
‘Neither side should die:’ Palestinian-American living in South Florida condemns deaths in Israel/Gaza
A Palestinian-American living in South Florida tells Local 10 News that he condemns the murders of innocent people in Israel, but stresses that the killing of innocent Palestinians is not the answer.
17 BSO employees charged in wide-ranging PPP loan fraud investigation
Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony is expected to join federal law enforcement officials Thursday for a news conference announcing the arrests of multiple Broward Sheriff’s Office employees suspected of fraudulently applying for and receiving Paycheck Protection Program loans.
Video shows crook stealing equipment from plumbing business vans in northeast Miami-Dade
Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies are investigating after a group of thieves were caught on camera stealing supplies and equipment from the vans of a family-owned plumbing business in Pompano Beach late Saturday night.
This Week in South Florida Podcast: October 1, 2023
On the latest episode of the This Week in South Florida podcast, host Glenna Milberg welcomes National Federation of Federal Employees President Randy Erwin, political analyst Rafael Yaniz, Greater Miami Expressway Chair Marili Cancio, Miami-Dade Independent Civilian Panel Chair Loreal Arscott and WLRN journalist Tom Hudson.
This Week in South Florida Podcast: September 17, 2023
On the latest episode of the This Week in South Florida podcast, host Glenna Milberg welcomes Florida Secretary of State Cord Byrd, Miami city commission candidate Marvin Tapia and Miguel Gabela, Pinecrest Vice Mayor Anna Hochkammer and Doral Mayor Christi Fraga.
Alex Diaz de la Portilla corruption charges involve Miami’s controversial Centner Academy
The host of felony corruption charges lodged against Miami City Commissioner Alex Diaz de la Portilla and attorney William Riley Jr. center around a controversial private school and its plan to build a sports complex on public land, sources tell Local 10 News.
Body cam video shows police responding to fatal shooting inside Florida City Walmart
Nearly two months after a shooting inside a Florida City Walmart left one man dead and another injured, police released new body camera video Tuesday that shows the chaos and panic at the store in the moments after the gunfire erupted.
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea ex-official’s child sex abuse material case now in federal court
The case of a former Lauderdale-by-the-Sea town commissioner, fire chief and “volunteer Santa Claus” accused of possessing child sexual abuse material is now in the hands of federal prosecutors, Local 10 News has learned.
Family of woman killed in BSO chopper crash accepts agency’s offer to pay for funeral
The Broward Sheriff’s Office has offered to pay for the funeral of 65-year-old Lurean Wheaton, who was killed last week when a Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue helicopter crashed into her apartment building in Pompano Beach, but her family has declined the agency’s offer, Local 10 News learned Wednesday.