Miami, FLcbs12.com

EXCLUSIVE: Rapper Kodak Black on Trump pardon and charity work

MIAMI, Fla. (CBS12) — Kodak Black’s exclusive interview will air Sunday at 6pm and 11pm on CBS 12 News. In an exclusive CBS 12 News interview, Rapper Kodak Black discussed the decision by former President Donald Trump to commute his prison sentence and beamed when discussing the charity work that he’s been doing for the past few months.
Pompano Beach, FLWSVN-TV

Woman hospitalized after Pompano Beach apartment catches fire

POMPANO BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) - Rescue crews took a woman to the hospital after a fire broke out at her Pompano Beach apartment. Pompano Beach Fire Rescue units responded to the scene of the blaze at the Palm Aire complex along South Course Drive, near Powerline Road, at around 4:45 a.m., Saturday.

Box truck overturns in multi-vehicle crash on Turnpike in Doral

DORAL, FLA. (WSVN) - A box truck ended up on its side after, officials said, it was involved in a multi-vehicle crash on the Florida Turnpike in Doral. Florida Highway Patrol and Miami-Dade Fire Rescue units responded to the scene of the crash along the northbound lanes near the Northwest 74th Street exit, just after 1:30 p.m., Saturday.
Brooklyn, NYaudacy.com

PHOTOS: New aerial images of the collapsed Surfside condo site

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- A series of aerial photos was taken Saturday of the site where the 12-story Champlain Towers South condo in Surfside, Florida once stood before it partially collapsed on June 24, killing 98 people. The images showed the cleared lot, which had most of its debris...
Tamarac, FLtamaractalk.com

Tamarac Announces Mask Mandate, Other Rules Amid COVID Surge

The city of Tamarac this week announced new mask rules and a host of policy changes in response to Florida’s skyrocketing COVID-19 infection totals. As of Thursday, all people must wear masks upon entering indoor city facilities, regardless of vaccination status. City officials also canceled all voluntary indoor group gatherings until further notice, with a few exceptions.

COVID spike leads to long lines at South Florida testing sites

HOLLYWOOD, FLA. (WSVN) - The surge in new COVID-19 cases in the Sunshine State has led to an uptick in testing at South Florida locations. 7News cameras on Saturday captured long lines of people waiting to get tested at the Boulevard Heights Community Center in Hollywood. Many of them are...
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Southbound Lanes Of Turnpike Remain Closed Due To Overturned Tanker Truck, Fuel Spill

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – An overturned tanker truck snarled traffic on a portion of the Turnpike extension Friday morning and hours later, the southbound lanes remain closed. The Florida Highway Patrol said the accident, at about 6:15 a.m., happened in the southbound lanes near Bird Road. The overturned tanker spilled up to 7,500 gallons of fuel onto the roadway. The driver of the truck was transported to Kendall Regional Medical Center as a trauma alert. Both northbound and southbound lanes of the turnpike were closed so the vehicles can be removed and the fuel spill cleaned up. The northbound lanes have since re-opened. Drivers are urged to use the Palmetto Expressway as an alternate.
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CBS Miami

Arrests Made In Davie, Pembroke Pines Armed Robberies

PEMBROKE PINES (CBSMiami) – Four arrests have been made in a trio of armed robberies in Davie and Pembroke Pines. According to Pembroke Pines police, on Sunday, July 25th, Juqwan Brown, 18, Jamarian Brooks, 18, Verlantis Finnie, 18, and un-named juvenile worked in unison to steal a large quantity of high end from a Walgreens on Pines Boulevard. They then sprayed two of the employees with a chemical agent and hit them with bottles as they made their escape. All four fled the scene in a Nissan Maxima before police officers arrived. Pembroke Pines said their detectives discovered that the four were involved in an organized crime ring spanning throughout Miami-Dade and Broward County. The following Tuesday, they committed similar robberies at a Hobby Lobby and a Walgreens in Davie. Employees were sprayed with a chemical agent and merchandise was taken. Miami Police Detectives spotted the suspects’ vehicle about an hour after the last robbery occurred and all four were taken into custody. Pembroke Pines police said their detectives interviewed the suspects and obtained a confession. They are now are facing a variety of charges to include armed robbery, battery, and battery on persons 65 years of age or older.