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Tropical Storm Elsa gaining strength, lashing Florida Keys

Elsa’s maximum sustained winds stood at 60 mph (95 kph) early Tuesday.

Drilling nearly done to demolish rest of collapsed condo

Eighty percent of the drilling work was complete by Sunday morning.

People vaccinated against COVID-19 still wait for advice

The Biden administration said it’s focused on getting the guidance right..

The “7 Deadly Sins” are coming to Lincoln Road

This November, enjoy a live site-specific, socially distanced theatrical event in seven vacant storefronts.

Serena Williams into US Open semifinals, closer to 24th Slam

At 39 in less than three weeks, she has won a total of six championships at the U.S. Open.

New Tropical storm poses potential hurricane threat to Florida

Tropical Storm Laura poses a potential hurricane threat to Florida and the U.S. Gulf Coast.

#EarthDay2020Halt: 500 street artists execute a worldwide protest

Artists showcase their projects created in secret over the last sixth months in honor of Earth Day.

It’s Champs vs. Cheaters as Nats and Astros Meet Today

It will be champs vs. cheaters in a World Series rematch when the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros play their exhibition opener on Saturday...

Jennifer Lopez and Shakira Vow ‘Empowering’ Halftime Show

They say they're working hard to put together an eye-popping, high-energy 12-minute performance.

Fort Lauderdale Ready to Commemorate 60 Years of FLIBS

Commemorates 60 years of FLIBS at the new Superyacht Village, a must-see exhibition space exclusive marina.

Florida Governor Hopefuls Making Trump a November Issue

Florida governor hopefuls making Trump a November issue since President Donald Trump inserted himself into the middle of the race by picking sides.

Jurors Focus on Statement in Trial of Pulse Shooter’s Wife

Jurors deliberating the fate of the Orlando nightclub shooter’s wife took a closer look at the statement she made to FBI agents in the hours after the attack.

Lawmakers Pass Gun-School Safety Bill Three Weeks after Parkland Massacre

The vote by a deeply divided House was 67-50 after a debate that lasted nearly eight hours. Florida's first gun restrictions in three decades.

Lake Worth’s Street Painting Festival 2018 was Artfully Fun & Exciting

See photos of chalk paintings by more than 600 street artists who painted on the pavement to the eyes of onlookers for two days in February.

Apropos of the Olympics, Things to Know About Pyeongchang

With the Olympics just a few weeks away, here are some answers to questions about Pyeongchang and the Korean Peninsula.

From Malta to Minneapolis, a Look at Where to Go in 2018

It makes sense that they’re turning to Asia for spring breaks and backpacking trips with stops in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, China, India and Singapore.

Art Fairs on the Move at the Art Basel Miami in this Year’s Edition

Art Basel Miami, the import fair that revved up the entire South Florida art scene will take place December 7-10 at the newly renovated Miami Beach Convention Center.

The Latest: Hurricane Harvey Smashed into Texas as Category 4, at Least 2 Dead

The eye of the Category 4 hurricane made landfall about 10 p.m. about 30 miles (48 kilometers) northeast of Corpus Christi with 130 mph sustained winds and flooding rains.

Millions of Americans to Gaze Upon Monday’s Once-in-a-Lifetime Total Solar Eclipse

The sight of the moon's shadow passing directly in front of the sun, may draw the largest live audience for a celestial event in human history.

Latest Update: Attacker Drives Van into Crowd at Barcelona’s Historic Las Ramblas District

One suspect in the Barcelona van attack had been arrested. Local media reported up to 13 dead. More than 32 injured, some seriously.

‘Nuclear’ Showdown over Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch

In a Historic Filibuster blocks Trump nominee, there'll be a 'Nuclear' showdown over Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.

Fort Lauderdale Pizza Festival: All Things Cheesy Are Good!

A review of the inaugural Fort Lauderdale Pizza Festival that happened April 1st at the War Memorial showcasing tons of different pizzas, local craft beers, music, kid zone, and much more.

Underground Lauderdale Fashion Weekend: High Fashion in Florida

A fashion programe from March 31 to April 2, featuring some of fashion’s luminaries including Nina Garcia, Nicole Miller, and Susanne Bartsch.

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