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Police investigate shooting at Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. in West Palm Beach

State's coronavirus death toll of residents passes 14,000 with rise of 107

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Treasure Coast business reacts to governor's Phase Three plan

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School District of Palm Beach County hiring substitute teachers

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1 person injured in Belle Glade shooting

All students in 4th-9th grades transition to remote learning until Tuesday

City of Port St. Lucie opens COVID-19 grant application for residential home repair

Empowerment and loss the focus of women's leadership panel

Port St. Lucie crime lab receives $160K renovation

$15 an hour minimum wage question on Florida ballot

Contact 5 digs deeper into what caused gas line explosion

Contact 5 is digging deeper into what caused a gas line to suddenly rupture next to the Florida Turnpike near Lake Worth Road.

All businesses, including bars, can open in Palm Beach Co.

Palm Beach County moved to Phase 3 on Friday, allowing bars, nightclubs, concert halls and a variety of other establishments, to open.

Comedian Flip Schultz to headline reopening of Palm Beach Improv

The Palm Beach Improv has endured a bumpy road financially from the coronavirus pandemic as they were allowed to reopen in June but then were closed by Palm Beach County's Phase One rules just days later.

Boynton Beach man helps in wildfire fight in California

A Boynton Beach man has been paying close attention to the wildfires in northern California because his hometown is in the crosshairs.

Palm Beach County holding school bus driver job fair Oct. 1

Teen hit while roller skating receives birthday surprise

Florida enters Phase Three of reopening plan

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Palm Beach County can open bars, all other businesses, Friday

State's new coronavirus deaths drop to 120; toll passes 14,000 including nonresidents; cases up 2,847

Pediatrician explains how to trick-or-treat safely this year

The debate about whether or not families will trick or treat on Halloween has already begun on social media.

Palm Beach County leaders to discuss reopening bars

Palm Beach County leaders on Friday will discuss their decision to reopen bars next month.

President Trump holds campaign event in Miami-Dade County

President Donald Trump tried on Friday to chip away at his Democratic rival's support among Hispanic voters in Florida, who could determine the election outcome in this crucial battleground state.

Former Florida GOP congresswoman under federal investigation

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen is accused of spending at least $50,000 in campaign money on vacations and restaurant and luxury hotel bills.

Florida governor proposes college ‘bill of rights’ to party

"It’s dramatically draconian that a student could get potentially expelled for going to a party," DeSantis said.

4th grade virtual learner gets suspended for having a BB gun in his bedroom

9-year-old Ka Mauri Harrison is a 4th grader at Woodmere Elementary, and this year he’s a virtual learner so his classroom is his bedroom.

Fitzpatrick handles Jaguars again, this time with Dolphins

Different team, familiar result for Ryan Fitzpatrick against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

  Beach cleanup crews having to downsize in order to follow CDC guidelines

Volunteers with Keep Martin Beautiful are having to dissect into smaller groups to clean beaches due to coronavirus guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control.

Gov. DeSantis takes aim at local restaurant restrictions

Gov. Ron DeSantis wants to prohibit local governments from being able to close restaurants and bars, as some locals did to slow the spread of COVID-19 earlier this year.

Child Advocacy Center planned for Treasure Coast

A local non-profit is taking on a big project to make the tough process a little easier for Treasure Coast youth.

Bars to reopen Oct. 5 in Palm Beach County

Palm Beach County Commissioners revised their Phase Two businesses reopening plan Thursday. Staff modified the timeline to reopen venues earlier than initially planned.

  Palm Beach County restaurant restrictions on operating hours lifted starting Friday

Palm Beach County Commissioners modified the timeline to reopen venues earlier than contemplated after revising Phase Two plan during a meeting Thursday.

New push to revitalize once-thriving Fort Pierce neighborhood

What was once a thriving economic center for African-Americans in the Treasure Coast is preparing for a significant overhaul.

Gas line explosion rattles homes and forces school evacuation

The gas line explosion along Florida’s Turnpike near Lake Worth Road was heard and felt by many people Thursday morning.

Calls for change after police not charged in Breonna Taylor's death

More protests are being held across the country following Wednesday's announcement that no officer was charged in the killing of Louisville resident Breonna Taylor.

  Delray Beach police officers train to hold each other accountable

New training for Delray Beach police officers is designed to encourage them to speak up and step in when something isn’t right.

  Attorney calls for recall of Palm Beach County School Board members

The attorney representing several school employees a class action lawsuit against the School District of Palm Beach County held a news conference on Thursday.

Teacher involved in lawsuit against school district to lead news conference

A teacher who's part of a class action lawsuit against the School District of Palm Beach County says he'll lead a news conference on Thursday.

Sex charges dropped against Pats owner Robert Kraft

Palm Beach County prosecutors dropped two counts of soliciting sex against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft in connection with a Jupiter sex sting.

Palm Beach County students test positive for COVID-19

The School District of Palm Beach County has recorded its first two cases of COVID-19 among students.

State’s new coronavirus deaths diminish to 177; cases up 2,541

Florida's newly reported coronavirus deaths increased by a U.S.-high 177, compared with 202 the day before, as cases rose by 2,541, just 49 less than the previous report, as positivity rates declined in back-to-back days, the Florida Department of Health announced Thursday.

  2 Louisville officers shot amid Breonna Taylor protests

The protests come after prosecutors said two officers who fired their weapons at Breonna Taylor, a Black woman, were justified in using force to protect themselves after they faced gunfire from her boyfriend.

All Turnpike lanes reopen after gas line explosion near Lake Worth Road

The Florida Highway Patrol said all lanes of Florida’s Turnpike have reopened following an 18-inch natural gas line explosion earlier Thursday morning near Lake Worth Road.

Gov. DeSantis seeks to alleviate coronvirus fears

Gov. Ron DeSantis sought to alleviate fears of the coronavirus Thursday in his continued push to reopen the state's economy and alleviate fears of in-person learning at schools.

Florida wildlife refuge to take 30 former circus elephants

Most of the animals previously traveled with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus until they were retired in 2016.

Sebastian City Council swears in three new members after recall election

The Sebastian City Council swore in three new members Wednesday night after a recall election that ousted Damien Gilliams, Pamela Parris, and Charles Mauti.

No decision on Palm Beach County School District injunction

Hour after hour of testimony is heard about a lawsuit filed by six school district employees who want an emergency injunction. It's a decision that would stop teachers and thousands of others from having to return to campus.

3 people injured in West Palm Beach shooting

The shooting occurred at 9:12 p.m. along the 2100 block of North Tamarind Ave.

Missing Delray Beach woman located; police capture emotional reunion with family

Barbara Lederberg was located Thursday morning in the Fort Lauderdale area and reunited with her family.

Historic moment: Fire rescue station staffed by all women

Last Friday was a day for the history books at the Palm Beach Gardens Fire Rescue Station 65.

Delray Beach misses collection of water samples, slapped with penalty

The city of Delray Beach's Utilities Department has been slapped with a penalty by the Florida Department of Health, according to a demand letter obtained by FOX 29.

  Florida GOP takes aim at Bloomberg over felons voting money

Gov. Ron DeSantis, Attorney General Ashley Moody and state Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis called for investigations into former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg joining the effort to help Florida felons pay outstanding legal fees so they can register to vote in November.

  School clinics modified to combat COVID-19

The Health Care District of Palm Beach County, the Health Department of Palm Beach County, and the school district are once again joining forces to help keep students safe in school.

South Florida inspired by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

On Tuesday, Palm Beach County NOW held two gatherings to honor the life of Justice Ginsburg.

Organizers of ‘Let Us Worship’ event respond to concerns

Organizers of last Sunday's "Let Us Worship" event in downtown West Palm Beach are responding to the concerns expressed by some in the community.

North Palm Beach bridge renamed to honor fallen soldiers and their families

A North Palm Beach bridge has been renamed to honor fallen soldiers and their families.

  FAU football game against USF postponed

The start of the Florida Atlantic University football season will have to wait a little longer.

Urban League of Palm Beach Co. head reacts to Breonna Taylor decision

The head of the Urban League of Palm Beach County says he's disappointed with the decision to charge just one of the officers involved in the Breonna Taylor case.

Recovering addict warns about impacts of coronavirus

Overdose deaths have nearly doubled in Palm Beach County compared to last year, and addiction specialists are warning that COVID-19 in the cause.

Boca Raton couple finally embrace son after 188 days apart

Imagine spending six months away from a loved one who lives just a few miles away. It happened to a Boca Raton family because of the coronavirus pandemic.

St. Lucie County offers financial assistance for car repairs

St. Lucie County is helping struggling residents in need of minor auto repairs.

  More CARES Act money coming to Boca Raton

More money is heading to Boca Raton to help residents struggling to pay their mortgage and rent.

Taggart: No positive tests for FAU ahead of USF game

FAU head coach Willie Taggart says the results of the team's latest round of coronavirus testing have all come back negative. He said that includes the players who previously tested positive for COVID-19.

Kentucky AG to announce decision in Breonna Taylor case

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is planning to announce the decision in the deadly shooting of Breonna Taylor by Louisville police Wednesday.

West Palm Beach V.A. provides free gun locks for suicide prevention month

On Tuesday in West Palm Beach the V.A. provided free gun locks and other resources with a drive-thru event.

  12-year-old Port St. Lucie golfer helps foster children

"Until every child has a home" is the meaning behind the work done by a local foster care agency called 4 Kids.

  State’s new coronavirus deaths spike to 202, highest in 13 days; cases up 2,590

Florida's newly reported coronavirus deaths increased by a U.S.-high 202, the largest change in 13 days and more than double from the day before, as cases rose by 2,590, just 120 from the previous day, the Florida Department of Health announced Wednesday.

Palm Tran rolls out new job opportunities

Palm Tran currently has 12 to 14 bus operator vacancies and administrative positions.

  Beach erosion happening up and down coastline

Andy Studt is with Palm Beach County Environmental Resources Management. He said with the current swell from northeast Bermuda, Palm Beach County beaches have been hit with significant wave impact and erosion countywide.

Florida Trump supporter charged with hitting girl with flagpole

A video appears to show Logsdon approach the car, stick the flagpole through an open car window and hit the 13-year-old girl.

Hearing held in class action lawsuit against School District of Palm Beach County

A class action lawsuit that aims to temporarily prevent thousands of students and school district employees from going to brick-and-mortar schools in Palm Beach County while the COVID-19 pandemic "rages" is taking center stage on Wednesday.

PBSO seeking information on unsolved West Palm Beach homicide

Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office deputies are seeking the public's help with information about a homicide that occurred in West Palm Beach in September.

1 dead following possible road rage incident in West Palm Beach

Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office detectives are investigating after a possible road range incident left one person dead Tuesday evening.

Deadline for La. residents to claim IRS stimulus check is Oct. 15

Thousands of Louisiana residents are leaving money on the table, according to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

  Delray commission agrees to start investigation into mayor

During Tuesday night’s city commission meeting, the majority of commissioners voted to launch an investigation into Mayor Shelly Petrolia.

Demonstrators unsettled by legislation to crack down on violent protests

Report shows nearly 95 percent of summer demonstrations overwhelmingly peaceful

  Martin Co. School Board selects new superintendent

The Martin County School Board voted 3-2 Tuesday to appoint Dr. John D. Millay to become the new superintendent of schools.

DeSantis wants violent protest bill passed before year’s end

The governor wants approval of his measure targeting violent protests before the end of the year.