Each week a panel of journalists from South Florida and around the state discuss the week in news.
As COVID Cases Increase, New Miami-Dade Mayor Appoints Chief Medical Officer
There are no plans by Miami-Dade’s new mayor, Daniella Levine Cava, for COVID-19 restrictions to return. But she has appointed a new chief medical officer to aid the county's response. The incoming Miami Dade College president is ready to reassess in-person classes if infections spike.
A Soggy, Stormy, Flooded South Florida And Increasing COVID-19 Infections
It was wet before Tropical Storm Eta hit South Florida with high winds and storms. And the rain kept coming — flooding streets, parking lots and homes. Also, COVID-19 infection rates are climbing and more people are in the hospital with the virus.
After November Election Results, Is South Florida Actually Purple?
On this episode of the South Florida Roundup: Republicans narrow their gap at the top of the ticket in South Florida while Democrats take the top spot in Miami-Dade County.
What To Expect On Election Night In Florida. Hint: We Likely Won't Know Who Won.
Battleground Florida, which has a history of close races, has been counting votes but plenty of work happens on election night.
Presidential Politics In Hialeah; A Potential Covid Surge And Transportation In Miami-Dade
On this episode of the South Florida Roundup: Presidential politics in Hialeah; watching for a Covid surge; a Miami-Dade transit project gains momentum.
Florida At The Center Of 2020's Presidential Race
On this episode of the South Florida Roundup: A panel of editorial page editors reflect on the presidential election and its campaign footprint in South Florida.