Layron Livingston, WPLG Local 10 News

Layron Livingston

WPLG Local 10 News

Miami, FL, United States

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Past articles by Layron:

Drive-by shooting leaves teenage boy wounded in Miami-Dade

A drive-by shooting left a teenage boy injured on Tuesday night in Miami-Dade County’s Naranja area. → Read More

Sewer main break prompts waterway advisory in Lauderdale Harbours

A 16-inch sewer main broke on Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale’s Lauderdale Harbours neighborhood. → Read More

Authorities confounded investigating woman shot to death after crash in Pompano Beach

The search for a shooter continues in a mysterious case out of Pompano Beach. → Read More

Feeding South Florida needs support during pandemic

Feeding South Florida delivered food to about 700 families on Monday at Calder Casino in Miami-Dade County. The recession prompted by the coronavirus pandemic is forcing people who had never relied on assistance before to line up for food. → Read More

Sheriff: Silence is standing in the way of ‘Justice for Bree'

Bree Black’s killer remains on the loose. Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony said the community can’t allow this and needs to speak up about what they witnessed the night she died. → Read More

Oakland Park fire station completely shut down after outbreak of COVID-19

A firefighter at Station 20 in Oakland Park is concerned that he and his fellow first responders are getting sick and wants to know what is being done about it. → Read More

Despite rise in COVID-19 cases, many summer camps in Miami-Dade have remained open

Summer Camps in Miami Beach have been ongoing even though several staffers within the Parks and Recreation department have tested positive. → Read More

Parties during coronavirus pandemic turning violent in Broward County

Authorities in Broward County have responded to multiple shoots in recent days that took place during parties. → Read More

Hialeah has Florida’s second-most COVID-19 cases; mayor says he’s gotten no help from DeSantis

Hialeah was called out during Gov. Ron DeSantis’ news briefing Tuesday as a Florida city that has seen high positivity for coronavirus. Hialeah’s mayor wishes the governor instead reached out to help. → Read More

Armed carjackers target Uber driver in Fort Lauderdale

A 66-year-old Uber driver said Monday that he was leaving his home in Fort Lauderdale’s Central Beach neighborhood when two carjackers targeted him at gunpoint. → Read More

Protesters continue demanding reforms for police but changes not likely, at least not yet

One of the demands from protestors in the wake of the death of George Floyd is a call to defund or dismantle police departments. → Read More

Black Lives Matter protesters march through Fort Lauderdale

Protesters have hit the street in Fort Lauderdale on Monday afternoon. Organized by the Black Lives Matter Alliance of Broward, the group gathered near Holiday Park at the intersection of Sunrise Boulevard and NE 14th Avenue. → Read More

Did you protest this weekend? Here is what you can do about coronavirus risk

Merrick Williams was among the thousands of protesters in South Florida who crowded together screaming against racism and police brutality during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Mother believes teen was ambushed in weekend killing

The teenager shot dead Saturday in southwest Miami-Dade County is being remembered as a “really, really great kid” as police search for leads on the killing. → Read More

Gimenez says Miami-Dade is on track for Monday reopening of some non-essential businesses

Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez said Tuesday Gov. Ron DeSantis supports the plan to reopen some non-essential businesses on Monday, but the guidelines to slow the coronavirus’ spread are still in the works. → Read More

Food banks growing concerned as supplies become harder to come by

As the days go by during the coronavirus pandemic, the lines at food distributions and free feedings are getting longer and longer. → Read More

Coronavirus patient credits remdesivir drug for saving his life

A South Florida man formerly in a medically induced coma is back home after taking remdesivir, an antiviral drug from Gilead Sciences that is being tested as a COVID-19 treatment through clinical trials at certain hospitals. → Read More

Justice Department reviews Trump’s controversial immigration ban

The U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel is reviewing President Donald Trump’s controversial proposal for an executive order to ban immigration during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Miami food distribution site forced to turn away people in need during coronavirus pandemic

Raul Nuñez said he lost his job and he doesn’t have any money to buy groceries for his family. Elvis Paniagua said he is waiting for a response to his application for unemployment benefits. And like them, there were many more hotel and restaurant employees who are suffering through the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

In Florida, unemployment benefits can be applied for online

The coronavirus pandemic is leading many companies to downsize, but there is hope for those who have been laid off. → Read More