According to the Governor’s office, five cases of the Zika virus have been identified in Miami Beach. This as the tally of locally transmitted cases hits 36. So, what's new in the effort to find and stop it?
Also, from the U.S. Senate to county hall, early voting has begun for the August 30th primaries. A third party presidential candidate comes to town. And how truthful is this political season?
Plus, it’s been almost two years since Broward County voters okayed borrowing $800 million for public schools, but work has been slow. Yet, leaky roofs, new classrooms and fixing air conditioning persist. We speak with the Broward County Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie.