- The Fort Lauderdale Air Show that was postponed by the pandemic in May took off on Saturday under a potential super spreader cloud
- The Broward Medical Examiner has determined that a Broward County Jail inmate who died in September succumbed to COVID-19, the Broward Sheriff’s Office said.
- Broward taxpayers will support Black Lives Matter and New Florida Majority, two movements that galvanized people to the polls in this election.
- We’ve rounded up yuletide-themed events, South Florida style, from drive-through singalongs and drag queens in concert, to a giant tree made of sand and Intracoastal cruises.
- In one Sunrise shopping center, you'll find griot and black rice from Haiti, roti from India, biryani from Pakistan, vegan Jamaican dishes, chicken and rice from Trinidad/Tobago and Guyana, and even schnitzel from Germany.
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- A 27-foot sculpture titled 'Thrive' unveiled on Friday at Society Las Olas in downtown Fort Lauderdale is an Instagram must-see.
- Florida's record flooding in November caused extensive damage to vegetable crops that were in the midst of being harvested across the state in time for Thanksgiving. Farmers and experts fear shortages or price increases.
- The Broward Sheriff’s Office says it’s reviewing everything tied to the deputy shooting that left a 38-year-old man dead, including bodycam and surveillance footage.
- Why are people hoarding paper goods when Florida is not under a COVID-19 lockdown? Experts blame it on the fear and uncertainty triggered by a recent spike in coronavirus cases nationwide.
- Ocean View Boutique, with its wall-to-wall racks of sex toys, opened on Monday. Just four days later, the store got an urgent visit from code officers Thursday saying it had to close.
- Florida reported 9,085 new confirmed coronavirus cases. The number continues a monthlong trend of increases across the state, based on health department data.
- A truck driver stopped to help a woman he struck as she was crossing the street in Pompano Beach, but she later died in the hospital, the Broward Sheriff’s Office said.
- Chiquita Moore and her family are pleading for the public’s help to find the person who fatally shot her son Tarrance Geter in an apparent fit of road rage in Sunrise.
- Green markets got the green light so they are up and running in Plantation, Miramar, Pembroke Pines, West Palm Beach and Wellington
- Here's a roundup of Thanksgiving dinners served outdoors in Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Coral Springs and Lauderdale-by-the-Sea.
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- Early in WWII, Vito Speziale was too young to enlist, so he enlisted his dog, Rex. Then he, too, went off to combat. Now they are memorialized at a park in Margate, thanks to the efforts of his grandson.
- If approved, people who dare to carry food or drinks in plastic foam — also known as Styrofoam — could be fined anywhere from $100 to $500.
- With hopes of a COVID-19 vaccine on the horizon, plans are taking shape for how South Floridians will get their vaccine shots.