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Some gyms no longer requiring masks to work out

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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – After Gov. Ron DeSantis lifted all local COVID-19 restrictions throughout the state, some gyms are now relaxing their mask requirements. Beginning Thursday, all 24 Hour Fitness locations are allowing members to choose whether or not to wear a mask. A Local 10 News crew was at the Miami Gardens location Thursday morning and saw that some people decided to still wear their masks. “I don’t feel threatened... [...]

Family’s plea to suspected killer: ‘If you have the nerve to do that, you should not be hiding’

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Mark McNab was shot in late April and the man police say is responsible is on the run SUNRISE, Fla. – The family of a Sunrise man say there is a void that feels unfillable since their loved one was shot and killed. They made a public plea on Thursday for the person responsible to turn himself in to police. The shooting happened on April 22 in Sunrise. At the time, police would only release limited information — that one man was... [...]

Pompano Beach woman tortured intellectually disabled boy, investigators say

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POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – A judge in a Broward County courtroom found alleged crimes against a 13-year-old intellectually disabled boy so egregious that she set a bond at 10 times the amount the state’s prosecutor requested at a hearing on Thursday against the alleged abuser. Jennifer Elaine Foran, 39, of Pompano Beach, was arrested after an investigation in what Broward County Judge Tabitha Blackmon cited as long-term torture and... [...]

Man injured after boat goes up in flames near Dinner Key Marina

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MIAMI – A man onboard a boat with his son was injured after their boat caught on fire and burst into flames north of Dinner Key Marina in Biscayne Bay. According to initial reports, the man was injured after the boat was spotted on fire at around 10:30 a.m. about 200 yards away from shore in the Dinner Key South Channel. Units arrived shortly after to put white foam on the vessel in order to put out the flames. While it didn’t... [...]

Park safety a priority for Miami-Dade mayor and police

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MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – Mayor Daniella Levine Cava announced a new initiative Monday aimed at keeping Miami-Dade County’s public parks safe — especially for kids. It comes after several incidents of gun violence at county parks in recent years. “We cannot accept the status quo. We must build a safer community to protect lives,” Levine Cava said. “This is not a simple solution. This is a complex problem.” Miami-Dade... [...]