Florida Readies For a Fight With Zika VirusIn 2014, chikungunya, a virus spread by the same species of mosquito as Zika, infected a million people in the Caribbean. While 452 travel-related cases were documented in Florida that year, just 11 people contracted the virus in the state. Last year, no locally acquired cases of chikungunya were reported, though 73 people picked up the virus while traveling.
Man Who Killed Wife, Put Photo on Facebook to be SentencedA South Florida man who fatally shot his wife and posted a photo of her body on Facebook could be sentenced to life in prison.
Florida, Vulnerable to Zika Virus, Gets Ready For FightFlorida Gov. Rick Scott says the state has three new cases of Zika and he's adding a fifth county to his health emergency declaration. Scott said Thursday at a news conference in Tampa that the 12 cases in Florida are all from people who became infected with the mosquito-borne virus when they traveled to other countries.
Police: Boy, 6, Hospitalized After Officer Hits Him with CarA 6-year-old boy suffered a broken leg and some bruises after a Miami police officer ran him over with his patrol car.
Miami Doctor Suspended; Video Shows Attack On Uber DriverA doctor at a Miami hospital is on administrative leave after a video surfaced on YouTube showing her hitting and screaming profanities at an Uber driver.
3 in Florida Have Zika Virus After Visiting South AmericaThe Florida Department of Health has confirmed three cases of Zika virus in Florida, including two in Miami-Dade County and one Hillsborough County resident.
Florida Mansion Owned by Pablo Escobar Set for DemolitionA vestige of the drug wars that made Miami notorious for violence and smuggling is set for demolition.
KISS 99.9's 31st Annual Chili Cook-Off in MiamiOur friends at KISS 99.9 in Miami are throwing their 31st annual Chili Cook-Off Sunday, January 31st at C.B. Smith Park in Pembroke Pines and YOU have to check it out! Yes, it's a bit of a drive, but the lineup is worth it and we know you need a weekend getaway, anyway.
Prosecutor: Man in Facebook Killing Case Had Nothing to FearA man claiming self-defense in the 2013 fatal shooting of his wife – whose bullet-riddled body he posted a photo of on Facebook – had nothing to fear from her and killed her because she was threatening to leave him, a Florida prosecutor told a jury Tuesday.
1 Arrest After Complaint of Man Sniffing Feet in LibraryPolice say they've arrested a man days after a complaint that someone was spotted crawling under library tables and smelling a woman's feet at Florida International University.
Tropical Storm Henri Moving North In AtlanticThe storm's maximum sustained winds Thursday morning are near 40 mph (65 kph) with some strengthening forecast during the next day or so.
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