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Condo law reform is on the horizon in Florida, North Miami Beach Mayor Anthony DeFillipo shares the latest on Crestview Towers condominium evacuation and the bizarre detail emerging from the investigation into the Haitian Presidents assassination.By Andrea Perdomo
Doctors and hospital leaders give an update on the rapid increase in COVID-positive patients at Memorial Healthcare System and Jackson Health. And a roundtable of regional reporters, on the ground over the last four weeks, help us understand where reporting on Surfside goes from here, one month after the tragic condo collapse.…
Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett gives an update on the building collapse, an infectious disease expert weighs in on rising COVID-19 numbers in Florida, Palm Beach County's superintendent gives his 90-day notice, and an update on the anti-government protests happening in Cuba and South Florida.By Kristin Moorehead
With potential impacts from Hurricane Elsa on the way, Miami-Dade County emergency management officials are preparing for a storm on top of a catastrophic building collapse and the COVID-19 pandemic. Also on the program: How condo boards will react to the tragic collapse and first-hand accounts from some journalists who have been on the scene.…
The latest update from Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava and Surfside Vice Mayor Tina Paul, South Florida organizations join forces to collect relief funds for survivors and their families and a dive into the history of the county's 40-year building recertification program.By Andrea Perdomo
Summer plans for the school districts of Palm Beach, Broward and Miami Dade counties, some businesses will keep pandemic practices in place for the foreseeable future and US Rep. Frederica Wilson shares her reaction to Juneteenth becoming nationally recognized holiday.By Andrea Perdomo
Miami-Dade County unveils beefed up surveillance measures to prevent gun violence, cruise ships closer to making a comeback this summer and a judge rules in favor of a lawsuit brought against the city of Miami Beach for ending alcohol sales at 2 a.m. in the entertainment district.By Andrea Perdomo
The school districts of Broward, Palm Beach and Miami Dade counties have announced that they aim to have all students return to classrooms for the next academic year. On the South Florida Roundup, education reporters from the South Florida Sun Sentinel, Palm Beach Post and Miami Herald spoke about districts plans to keep students and faculty safe w…
Miami-Dade County businesses prepare for the easing of coronavirus restrictions, City of Miami's new police chief looks to the future of the department and three Democrats have expressed an interest in running to fill Florida's 20 congressional District seat after the death of Rep. Alcee Hastings.By Andrea Perdomo
A look at how Miami-Dade county is preparing to distribute COVID-19 to the masses. Environmental advocates says beach litter is not a seasonal issue and celebrating the 44-year career of the South Florida Sun Sentinel's editorial page editor, who retires this week.By Andrea Perdomo
There are more cases of the U.K. COVID-19 mutation in Florida than any other state. And more cases in South Florida than anyplace else in the state. Meantime, enforcement of safety measure is uneven. Plus, some Miami Beach officials say the South Beach Entertainment District "has to go."By Tom Hudson
Fewer people were vaccinated for the COVID-19 virus in South Florida over the past week than the week before. Meantime, infections continue growing and the death toll keeps climbing. This has been a week of falling vaccinations and rising infections.By Verónica Zaragovia, Tom Hudson
In a historic week, the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine arrived and more doses are on the way. How will they be distributed? Are people ready to line up, or will concerns about how quickly it was produced scare others off? South Florida healthcare workers share their experiences getting the first shots.By Caitie Switalski Muñoz
There are no plans by Miami-Dade’s new mayor, Daniella Levine Cava, for COVID-19 restrictions to return. But she has appointed a new chief medical officer to aid the county's response. The incoming Miami Dade College president is ready to reassess in-person classes if infections spike.By Tom Hudson
Early voting continues this weekend and vote-by-mail ballots are processing as Election Day nears on Tuesday. A lot is riding on several closely-watched county races including those for top prosecutors, sheriffs, school boards and county and city leaders across the region.By Denise Royal
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