The Florida Roundup Each week a panel of journalists from South Florida and around the state discuss the week in news.
The Florida Roundup

The Florida Roundup

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Each week a panel of journalists from South Florida and around the state discuss the week in news.

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COVID Cases On Rise In Florida, Mask Mandates Return, And Website Draws Attention To Missing Cubans

Some South Florida counties and municipalities reinstate mask mandates as coronavirus cases continue to surge and CubaMissing.com launched to draw awareness to missing Cuban activists on the island.

COVID Cases On Rise In Florida, Mask Mandates Return, And Website Draws Attention To Missing Cubans

South Florida Hospitals Respond To Surge In COVID-19 Cases, And What We Know One Month Aft...

Doctors and hospital leaders give an update on the rapid increase in COVID-positive patients at Memorial Healthcare System and Jackson Health. And a roundtable of regional reporters, on the ground over the last four weeks, help us understand where reporting on Surfside goes from here, one month after the tragic condo collapse.

South Florida Hospitals Respond To Surge In COVID-19 Cases, And What We Know One Month Aft...

The Latest From Surfside, Rising COVID-19 Numbers, Donald Fennoy's Resignation, & Protests in Cuba

Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett gives an update on the building collapse, an infectious disease expert weighs in on rising COVID-19 numbers in Florida, Palm Beach County's superintendent gives his 90-day notice, and an update on the anti-government protests happening in Cuba and South Florida.

The Latest From Surfside, Rising COVID-19 Numbers, Donald Fennoy's Resignation, & Protests in Cuba

The Push For Florida Condo Law Reform, NMB Mayor On Crestview Condos, And The Latest On Ha...

Condo law reform is on the horizon in Florida, North Miami Beach Mayor Anthony DeFillipo shares the latest on Crestview Towers condominium evacuation and the bizarre detail emerging from the investigation into the Haitian Presidents assassination.

The Push For Florida Condo Law Reform, NMB Mayor On Crestview Condos, And The Latest On Ha...

Incoming Storm, Shifting Debris Complicate Search Effort In Surfside

With potential impacts from Hurricane Elsa on the way, Miami-Dade County emergency management officials are preparing for a storm on top of a catastrophic building collapse and the COVID-19 pandemic. Also on the program: How condo boards will react to the tragic collapse and first-hand accounts from some journalists who have been on the scene.

The Response To The Surfside Partial Building Collapse And What Lies Ahead

The latest update from Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava and Surfside Vice Mayor Tina Paul, South Florida organizations join forces to collect relief funds for survivors and their families and a dive into the history of the county's 40-year building recertification program.

The Response To The Surfside Partial Building Collapse And What Lies Ahead

Summer Programming In Schools, Some Pandemic Practices Stick Around And Juneteenth Becomes...

Summer plans for the school districts of Palm Beach, Broward and Miami Dade counties, some businesses will keep pandemic practices in place for the foreseeable future and US Rep. Frederica Wilson shares her reaction to Juneteenth becoming nationally recognized holiday.

Summer Programming In Schools, Some Pandemic Practices Stick Around And Juneteenth Becomes...

Miami-Dade Police Surveillance, Cruises Get Closer To Sailing From South Florida, And The ...

Miami-Dade County unveils beefed up surveillance measures to prevent gun violence, cruise ships closer to making a comeback this summer and a judge rules in favor of a lawsuit brought against the city of Miami Beach for ending alcohol sales at 2 a.m. in the entertainment district.

Miami-Dade Police Surveillance, Cruises Get Closer To Sailing From South Florida, And The ...

WPB Water Advisory Lifted, Healing After Gun Violence, And Rise In Migrants Off South Florida Coast

The week-long water advisory has been lifted in the city of West Palm Beach and surrounding areas, addressing community gun violence and healing trauma, and the rise of migrants being intercepted by the Coast Guard.

WPB Water Advisory Lifted, Healing After Gun Violence, And Rise In Migrants Off South Florida Coast

The Latest On COVID In South Florida, The Workforce In The Wake Of The Pandemic, And The C...

The current status of the coronavirus response in South Florida, how are wages affecting the push for Floridians to return to the job market and street art and advertising collide in Miami's Wynwood neighborhood.

The Latest On COVID In South Florida, The Workforce In The Wake Of The Pandemic, And The C...