Enhanced safety measures were imposed on Miami Beach from late February, in anticipation of the spring break crowds.
Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the CDC, warned: "We are really trying to restrain travel at this current period of time."
Tourists that have traveled to Miami Beach have received text messages urging them to "Vacation Responsibly or Be Arrested."
Dr. Jennifer Susan Wright, 58, is charged with a hate crime in connection with the incident on January 20, the day of President Joe Biden's inauguration.
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez introduced a resolution allowing city workers the option of being paid in Bitcoin, which was passed by the City Commission late Thursday evening.
Yosmel Galan, 32, reportedly went to the business next door to his Miami workplace and confronted a man about getting his car dirty.
The chairman of the far-right group is said to have previously worked as an informer in a number of drug cases.
Videos of Chassidy Saunders on social media posted by her family show her dancing joyously on the popular streaming platform.
A 16-year-old boy was among the 12 victims after two shootings on the same evening in Miami-Dade County, Florida.
In an image posted to Twitter on Thursday, the Brazilian governor is shown with his wife Bia Doria at a Miami gathering.
The close Donald Trump ally says a "growing number of Florida Republicans" have been urging him to run in the Florida primary against Senator Marco Rubio.
Goldman Sachs is reportedly considering moving part of its asset management branch to Florida.
One man, Pierre Casseos, told reporters that he slept out overnight on a milk crate in order to avoid missing out.
A scuffle between a substitute teacher and a student at Barbara Goleman Senior High in Miami Lakes, Florida, was captured on cellphone footage.
Although the investigation remains ongoing, USPS special agents confirmed to Newsweek that they located 48 pieces of election mail.
"This behavior is unacceptable, a violation of departmental policy, and is being addressed immediately," said Miami Police Chief Jorge Colina.
The president "steps in it every time he opens his mouth," said Paulette Dean.
The woman dubbed the "Nodding Lady" on social media is an immigration attorney in Florida who ran for Congress in 2018.
The floating billboard displays the message in English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole just hours before his public Q&A is set to begin in the oceanside city.
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A bystander captured the altercation on video, which begins with the woman shouting at the employee and telling them: "We're not leaving."
"I don't know if she said that or that was written out by Adam Schiff and Schumer and Pelosi, I'd be more inclined to the second you don't know, it came out of the wind, it sounds so beautiful. But that sounds like a Schumer deal or maybe Pelosi or shifty Schiff," the president said Monday.
He'd been living at her home for barely a month after an arrest for petit theft and resisting an officer in January.
Elections officials in Miami-Dade County announced the area's Frost Science Museum will serve as an early voting site, instead of the AmericanAirlines Arena, during the two weeks preceding November's election.
A summary of contact tracing for Miami-Dade county shows that out of the 43,202 cases assigned to the call center, 9,426 people refused an interview.
According to a press release from the Miami-Dade School Police, the student admitted to "orchestrating eight Disruptive Denial-of-Service cyber attacks, designed to overwhelm the district networks."
The Miami-Dade County school district was hit by second cyberattack on Wednesday, the school's third day of virtual learning.
When the lawyer and his client arrived to the North Dade Justice Center in North Miami, staff members told them to come back the next day because the courthouse had reached its capacity, the lawyer said.
"Those whose behavior indicates that they are not honoring their commitment to the community have begun meeting with the consequences of their poor choices," said the university's president, Julio Frenk, in a video message addressing COVID-19 cases confirmed after classes resumed last week.
In an interview, Meyers Leonard detailed his reasoning for standing during the national anthem at the Heat's re-opening game on Saturday. He explained that he still supports Black Lives Matter.