Chief Sims covers a lot of ground in this interview conducted May 15th, 2019 for Protecting the Palm Beaches.
A second case of hepatitis A has been found in a food service worker in Palm Beach County. Here's what patrons of Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant need to know.
Gates says extensive water damage is likely, but the flames were contained to the north side of the building at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Riviera Beach.
Shaw is the Director of Communications and Public Information for the Florida Department of Health, Palm Beach County. What you need to know to potentially avoid getting hepatitis A, no measles cases in PBC as of May 21 and how's the quality of the water off our beaches?
Republican Mast and Democrat Rep. Darren Soto from Orlando have filed a bill to make it easier for members of Congress to open offices at Veterans Affairs facilities.
Sheriff Snyder has heard from the Border Patrol that some of the hundreds of migrants being brought to South Florida may wind up in Martin County because they told agents they have family there.
Hap reviews "John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum," "Trial By Fire" and "Wild Nights With Emily."
Sheriff Bradshaw is not happy with plans by the U.S. Border Patrol to fly in 500 illegal immigrants to Palm Beach County per month, beginning next week.
Representative Caruso also previews his speech at the Club 45 Palm Beach County event for Trump supporters.
Hal Stern helped come up with the ban on plastic straws that Delray Beach implemented in February, but the city is likely to be scrutinized by the state over the ordinance after a bill that passed through the Florida Legislature.
Hap reviews "The Hustle," "Poms," "Tolkien," "Pokemon Detective Pikachu," "The White Crow" and his Art House Pick, "Wine Country."
Ashley says several hotels in the Palm Beaches are offering free nights for people who want to stay in Florida over the summer.
Silverio is the founder of the non-profit A Safe Haven For Newborns and he is talking with us in the wake of a newborn baby girl being found in a dumpster.
Gordon talks about the importance that veterans around the state check to ensure their correct address is listed with the Dept. of Veterans Affairs.
Svarney says her agency's plans will stay the same, but a funding decline for Visit Florida, the state's tourism marketing agency, could have a real effect on tourism throughout the state.
Hap reviews "Longshot," "Red Joan," "Ugly Dolls" and "Ask Dr. Ruth." We also preview Dennis Quaid's new thriller "The Intruder" and Hap saw 11 Broadway shows in just 8 days.
"Charter schools are public schools." That's what Hauptner says, as the Florida Senate votes to remove a bill that would have force school districts to share revenue from tax increases with charters.
This is the second year in a row that the Boynton Beach Police Department will have officers escorting John I. Leonard High School students to the school. All of the kids have special needs.
There were around 140 cell phones stolen at SunFest in 2018. Sgt. LeFont shares tips on how you can avoid being targeted and what the West Palm Beach Police Dept. is doing to protect you at SunFest this year.
Rabbi Goldberg also discusses the security measures he is taking in the wake of the tragic shooting at a California synagogue.