Local woman a success in New York
Local woman talks about her successful career in New York City.
Restaurant owner inspires others
A South Florida restaurant franchisee gives back to the community.
Health screening may have saved teen
The Jessica Clinton MVP Foundation health screening helps a Treasure Coast teen.
Cancer survivor helping kids with cancer
POST, Pediatric Oncology Support Team, reaches out to children who have cancer.
Store owner helping community
A convenience store owner is reaching out to residents who live near his store.
'Jodi the dog' helping students
Jodi, a Golden Retriever, does more than be a friend to students at Rosarian Academy. She helps them improve their reading.
Food For Families helping the needy
Hundreds of pounds of food donated to Bill Brooks' Food For Families. Area families will be helped.
Students collect canned goods for needy
Some middle school students in Boca Raton are collecting food to make Thanksgiving special for area families.
Painted pianos raising awareness
Jupiter businesswoman's love of music spreads throughout Palm Beach County.
Brownie Brittle helping sick kids
Local brownie company owner donates money to help kids battling cancer.
Children and adults attend festival
Great weather this weekend for people to enjoy Trunk Or Treat in Royal Palm Beach.
A local organization helps kids diagnosed with Asperger's or High Functioning Autism.
Rollover accident spills fuel on I-95 in Jupiter
Arriving emergency crews found one of the vehicles on its side. One of them had a punctured fuel tank and a Special Operations team was…
Student injured in shop class is back in school
A spokesman with the Palm Beach County School District said Thursday that school police and a third party investigator have finished the…
Fort Pierce Police investigating double homicide
Fort Pierce police are investigating a double homicide in the 600 block of North 22nd Street, said Sergeant Melissa Jacques,…
School to help burned teen, family
A spray can thrown into a bonfire exploded and burned more than 60% of an Indian River County teen's body.
Chinese drywall still surprising homeowners
Chinese drywall first popped up in South Florida five years ago, but the problem is far from gone. See why homeowners are still having…
Cash, credit gas sign ordinance passes
Gas stations in Palm Beach County will soon be required to clearly state the cash and credit price of gasoline. The vote happened after…
Power customers upset with smart meter fee
Some Florida Power & Light customers are upset the Public Service Commission approved a fee for residents who don't have a smart…
Five restaurants with stop sales
The five were forced to stop serving food because of potentially hazardous temperature issues.