Coronavirus continues to surge in Florida, rising by 9,488 cases -- the third most ever -- and 67 deaths in one day, including 13 fatalities in one day, the the Florida Department of Health announced Friday.
Florida shattered the state record for most new cases and the most in the nation with 10,109, breaking the previous mark by 524, as deaths also climbed dramatically by 67 in one day, including 11 in Palm Beach County the Florida Department of Health announced Thursday.
Pointing to a failure to call a "Code Red" that could have locked down the school, an appeals court Wednesday refused to dismiss a case against a campus security monitor who spotted and followed accused gunman Nikolas Cruz before the 2018 mass shooting.
The Atlantic hurricane season is already breaking records with several storms named so early this year. With parts of the U.S. battling the wrath of the coronavirus pandemic, experts urge you not to delay in preparing.
Exactly four months after the first coronavirus cases were announced in Florida, new cases rose by 6,663 in one day – the fourth-highest – as the death toll increased by 45, the Florida Department of Health announced Wednesday.
Palm Beach County School Board members discussed the results of a widespread new survey on Wednesday which found that a majority of parents and staff members want the "physical" start of the upcoming school year to be delayed.
The department said free chlorine, as opposed to chloramine, will be used during this period of time and customers may notice a slight chlorine taste and odor to the water. This is a temporary condition and will not cause any adverse health effects.
Florida's new coronavirus cases rose by 6,093, about 57 percent less than the record but the fourth highest, as deaths surged by 58 in one day to 3,505, the Florida Department of Health announced Tuesday.