Southwest Airlines cancellations cause travel trouble across the nation and South Florida

Southwest Airlines Jet Plane – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by QualityHD Southwest Airlines passengers are still struggling with flight delays across the country and it is impacting those in South Florida. On Monday, Southwest canceled more than 360 flights, which is 10% of its schedule for the day. More than 800 others have been delayed

Florida eradicates giant snail that can eat houses and give humans meningitis

Giant African Land Snail – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Kurit Afshen Despite its small size of 8-inches, it’s a master of disaster. This snail can give you meningitis all while eating the stucco off your house. But it has officially been eliminated from Florida once again.  On Wednesday, officials announced that the giant African

Miami Dolphins drudge through third straight loss

Miami Dolphins – Hard Rock Stadium – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by YES Market Media The Miami Dolphins lost 27-17 to the Indianapolis Colts, who were 0-3, by the way. The Dolphins moved the ball as if it were a heavy boulder on an incline until a late awakening and two fourth-quarter touchdowns made the

In an attempt to bring tourists back to the Sunshine State, Visit Florida asks for $75 million

Visit Florida Postcard – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Callahan Florida’s tourism and marketing agency will ask lawmakers to extend its life and maintain increased funding as the state increases efforts to attract international visitors amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Chairman Danny Gaekwad of Visit Florida told members of the Enterprise Florida Board of Directors on

Florida sues Biden administration over “unlawful” immigration policies

Joe Biden – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by archna nautiyal On Tuesday, the state of Florida sued the Biden administration over its border policies. Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody filed the suit, alleging that the Biden administration’s catch-and-release policy is illegal and violates either an abuse of authority or a federal immigration law. The lawsuit

South Florida makes a major difference on International Coastal Cleanup Day

Trash Beach Cleanup South Florida – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Serenethos Over the past weekend, South Florida joined a global effort to remove tons of trash and debris from our waterways and oceans on International Coastal Cleanup Day.  The mission was launched by the Ocean Conservancy nonprofit 36 years ago and has grown incredibly.

FAU female athletes offered NIL deals from Florida Panthers

Florida Atlantic University (FAU) — Courtesy: Image by Jillian Cain Photography from Shutterstock The Florida Panthers National Hockey League Team offered endorsement deals early Wednesday morning to every female college athlete attending Florida Atlantic University. The Panthers created a “FLA Athlete” program this summer after the state of Florida passed a law that ensures college

Miami Dolphins beat New England Patriots 17-16 in season opener

Miami Dolphins vs. New England Patriots – Courtesy: Getty Images – Image by Adam Glanzman The Miami Dolphins came into Foxboro and pulled out an amazing 17-16 win over their AFC East rival, the New England Patriots, in the 2021 season opener. This was the Dolphins’ official first season-opening victory since 2018, now positioning them

Western states are looking to Florida for wildfire prevention

Wildfire — Courtesy: Image by My Photo Buddy from Shutterstock Eight of California’s biggest wildfires have occurred in the last year. Now, reports are showing that those battling fires are looking to Florida for new solutions in wildfire prevention. Back in May, flames began to spread quickly through a pine forest located in the Sunshine

No. 9 Notre Dame makes it out with OT win over Florida State

Florida State Football – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Ruth Peterkin Notre Dame made it out alive after Florida State backup quarterback McKenzie Milton’s surprising comeback on a very emotional night where the Seminoles honored the late Bobby Bowden. Jonathan Doerer made a 41-yard field goal in overtime and No. 9 Notre Dame survived with