- After a vehicle drove into a canal in Lauderhill Sunday night, firefighters pulled one person out of the vehicle and were searching for others.
- Since March, Florida has reported positive COVID-19 tests for 843,897 people, along with the virus deaths of 17,121 Floridians and 212 non-residents who died in the state.
- Lake Worth Beach gets new restaurants including Viva La Playa, Fire & Ice, Los Panchos Tacos & Tequila Bar, Roxie's Place and the soon-to-come Dr. Spirits Co/Doc Holliday's BBQ Sports Grill.
- Since March, Florida has reported positive COVID-19 tests for 837,077 people, along with the virus deaths of 17,100 Floridians and 211 non-residents who died in the state.
- Black voters in Broward were overwhelmingly supportive of Joe Biden. Hispanic voters' support for the Democratic nominee eroded. And white voters preferred Donald Trump. All are warning signs for Democrats' hopes of winning statewide races for governor and U.S. Senate in 2022 and beyond.
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- Pham, 52, was born in South Vietnam and joined thousands of other “boat people” who made treacherous escapes after the Vietnam War. He ultimately settled in the suburbs of Chicago.
- Just after dark on Friday, two people who were out demonstrating their support for President Donald Trump in a group in Fort Lauderdale were shot with pellet rounds in a drive-by shooting, authorities said.They were treated for minor injuries and released. But the suspects drove off, and the encounter left some in the group feeling shaken.
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- Shortly before 2 a.m., Broward Sheriff’s deputies were called to room 123 at the Travelodge Hotel on Northwest 31st Avenue in Pompano Beach.
- After watching Donald Trump stomp through Florida on Election Day — including a surprisingly strong performance in Miami-Dade County — the state’s Democratic Party recognizes a serious need to rebuild its operation.
- Wellington’s Anthony Broderick acknowledged that tournaments such as the Monster Mash Lax Clash in West Palm Beach are a good barometer for the upcoming high school season in the spring.
- Progressive Pediatric Therapy in Lake Worth had its first Trunk or Treat for families it serves and families in the community at its location at 3898 Poinciana Drive, Suite 17 on Halloween morning.
- It's possible the state of Florida will require in-person learning for all children in public schools next semester, and many parents are freaking out. They don't want their kids exposed to COVID-19 and say they are satisfied with the online learning offering by South Florida's school districts.