Ian Margol, WPLG Local 10 News

Ian Margol

WPLG Local 10 News

Savannah, GA, United States

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Past articles by Ian:

2 hit by truck, 1 killed at Pride parade in Wilton Manors

At least two people were run over by a pickup truck as the LGBTQ Pride parade in Wilton Manors was just getting started around 7 p.m. Saturday night. → Read More

Driver in crash that killed 3-year-old on Valentine’s Day to turn himself in

Hanskabell Amargos, the driver who hit 3-year-old Anthony Rojo De Leon on Valentine's Day in Homestead, is expected to turn himself in to Florida Highway Patrol to face a charge of vehicular homicide. → Read More

Back to school: Broward and Miami-Dade have target dates for return to classrooms

We know that in the coming weeks both Broward and Miami-Dade schools are planning on returning to virtual classrooms. Now we’re learning more about when students might be able to physically go back to school. → Read More

Hurricane Isaias: Broward residents urged to be ready but not panic

Broward County’s coastal areas are in a Tropical Storm Warning while inland areas are in a Tropical Storm Watch. Emergency officials say they are not planning to open up shelters. → Read More

South Florida stores are mostly stocked as tropical storm and pandemic converge

Around South Florida, as Tropical Storm Isaias brews to our southeast, people continued their everyday shopping on Thursday. → Read More

Broward Clerk of Courts talks about Hitler social media post

Brenda Forman, Broward County Clerk of Courts, faced backlash for a Facebook post. She talks to Local 10 about her reason for the post. → Read More

Monroe County to close public boat ramps during 2-day lobster mini-season

It’s too late for Monroe County commissioners to push for the cancelation of the July 29-30 lobster mini-season, so they are meeting Tuesday to discuss restrictions. → Read More

Concern in Florida Keys about coronavirus as lobster mini season nears

There are major COVID-19 concerns from a lot of people who live in the Florida Keys, and as the numbers continue to rise, Monroe County is trying to figure out what the next move should be. → Read More

Broward’s new order limits — but doesn’t close — restaurant service

Broward County's new emergency order calls for no more than six people at a table when dining at restaurants, and indoor restaurant service must end at 10 p.m. each night, Mayor Dale Holness announced Wednesday evening. → Read More

Investigation ongoing after electrician dies while working in Fort Lauderdale attic

An electrician was found dead inside a Fort Lauderdale home Monday afternoon. → Read More

Deputy Shannon Bennett died of COVID-19 but family denied line-of-duty insurance claim

Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy Shannon Bennett was the first South Florida first responder to be killed by COVID-19. AIG has denied an insurance claim by the family for accidental death in the line of duty. → Read More

Broward concerned about the type of coronavirus patients county is seeing

Broward County Mayor Dale Holness says the continuing increase of COVID-19 cases is incredibly concerning, but what is even more distressing to him is who is getting sick. → Read More

Should you be worried about Apple and Google tracking COVID-19 over your phone?

Apple and Google partnered to create technology that public health agencies can use to create their own apps that iPhone and Android users could download. Florida doesn't have plans to create a contact tracing app. → Read More

Man shot multiple times outside luxury building in Downtown Miami

Police in Miami are investigating a shooting outside a luxury high-rise. → Read More

At 83, he beat COVID-19 and is coming home after 75 days hospitalized

Lorenzo Rodriguez, 83, of South Florida, beat the odds and survived COVID-19. He was released from the hospital after 75 days, which included time in a coma and on a ventilator. → Read More

Law and Order supporters, BLM protesters clash in Miami

There were some tense moments in and around Bayfront Park Sunday when the Law and Order rally and members of a Black Lives Matter group were at the same place at the same time. → Read More

Miami-Dade police will no longer use ‘carotid triangle restraint’

The Miami-Dade Police Department will no longer authorize use of the Applied Carotid Triangle Restraint tactic, director Freddy Ramirez announced Thursday. → Read More

Broward County long-term care facility shows alarming spike in coronavirus cases

Long term care facilities have been hot spots for COVID-19, and there is a troubling rash of new cases at one Broward County home. → Read More

Pediatricians sound alert on coronavirus-related illness affecting kids in Miami-Dade

Pediatricians in Miami-Dade County suspect they have cases of the multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, a condition that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently reported is related to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

How will we know if reopening causes more coronavirus cases in South Florida?

Now that Miami-Dade and Broward counties have been given the go-ahead to begin reopening, the question remains: How are we going to stay safe? → Read More