Andrew Lofholm, KABB FOX 29

Andrew Lofholm


West Palm Beach, FL, United States

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Past articles by Andrew:

Local COVID breakthrough patient thankful he was vaccinated

COVID breakthrough cases, people who are vaccinated but still get the virus, are getting attention lately with some high-profile breakthrough diagnoses. Breakthrough cases are worrying local doctors that they might keep people from being vaccinated. Eileen Burns, 78, got the Moderna vaccine when it first rolled out in the Florida in the beginning of the year. Her grandson, Liam Storkerson, was… → Read More

77 days at sea: How a lost iPhone was returned to its owner

DELRAY BEACH, Fla. (CBS12) — On most mornings, including one in April, you’ll find Laura Leigh and Lawton Martin walking the beach, looking for shells in the surf. “It was just a little square black, I picked it up, I knew it was a phone case so I mentioned to Lawton, I think this is a phone, so we put it in our shell bag and we took it home,” Laura Leigh Martin told CBS12 News. The Martins… → Read More

Condo association tells woman her Bahamian friends displaced by Dorian aren't welcome

A woman trying to take in long time family friends who were displaced from the Bahamas by Hurricane Dorian, is being told by her condo association that it’s against rules, and if she keeps it up, she’ll start getting daily fines. → Read More

Controversial training hire in Palm Beach County could prompt state law change

A controversial move in Palm Beach County over school security training may now lead to a change in state law. → Read More

No vote on how to fund new public golf course in Boca Raton

The Boca Raton City Council and Beach and Park District never voted Thursday night on how to fund a new public golf course. The two government parties met for more than three hours before adjourning. → Read More

Vero Beach community pool to stay open after council threatened to pull funding

Community pool supporters in Vero Beach received a win Monday night after councilmembers threatened to pull its funding, which would have closed the pool Jan. 1. → Read More

Palm Beach County residents preparing for Hurricane Dorian

The only thing harder than the wait for a generator is life without AC for a group of people who became fast friends at Home Depot in Royal Palm Thursday. → Read More

Pay dispute impacting high school volleyball games in Palm Beach County

Almost all of the high school sports officials in Palm Beach County have negotiated raises with the school district, one of the exceptions being volleyball. The West Boca versus Wellington volleyball match Monday has already been canceled. → Read More

Palm Beach Co. School District and referees agree to deal

Palm Beach Co. School District and referees agree to deal. → Read More

Referees in Palm Beach County agree to work stoppage over pay

Palm Beach County football and volleyball officials have agreed to a work stoppage overpay as games for both sports are supposed to start this week. → Read More

Referee shortage forcing scheduling changes for Friday night football games

Some of the traditional Friday night lights high school football games will be moving to different nights because there aren’t enough referees. → Read More

6 workers injured by lightning strike in Wellington, officials say

Six roofers were injured Tuesday afternoon by a lightning strike in Wellington, officials say. → Read More

Iguanas leave unsavory surprise in West Palm Beach family's hot tub

It was perhaps a hot summer night. The temperature was just right. A West Palm Beach family’s hot tub is filled with iguana’s poop. → Read More

Palm Beach County Lyft driver recounts scary passenger experience

It was the Fourth of July, the fireworks had just ended, and a Palm Beach County woman wanted to make some extra cash before going home. The Lyft driver asked that we not identify her because of safety concerns. → Read More

Calls for Spanish River High School principal to resign grow amid Holocaust controversy

Calls for a local high school official to resign are growing following a Palm Beach Post article showed emails from 2018 between a principal and parent that questioning if the Holocaust really happened. → Read More

'Superman strength' dad makes diving save of young son from pool

Rocco is 100% boy. Curious, fast and an eye for a big inflatable ball. It was a normal Sunday afternoon. Mom and daughter lounging in the water. Dad and uncle in the shade. All of them good swimmers and paying attention. → Read More

How getting around Palm Beach Gardens could get easier

Getting around Palm Beach Gardens could be getting easier and safer. The city ‘s planning and zoning board unveiled its mobility plan this week, and with council’s approval next month, construction would start next year. → Read More

$1 million to fix, replace compromised equipment after Riviera Beach cyber 'intrusion'

At a special meeting Monday night, the city of Riviera Beach agreed to spend close to $1 million to fix and replace compromised computer equipment after what they’re now calling a system-wide “intrusion.” → Read More

Boynton Beach police officers fulfill commitment to fallen officer's son

Graduation day is a reminder of where you’ve been and where you’re headed. Joseph Crowder is graduating 8th grade from Roosevelt Middle School. His mom and brother are in the stands at Palm Beach Lakes High School, but not his dad. → Read More

Exclusive: Local first responders help storm-ravaged Oklahoma in historic fashion

Local police and firefighters are in storm ravaged Oklahoma helping the area recover after massive damage from days of tornados and flooding. It’s the first time the Cherokee Nation has invited an outside agency to help like this. → Read More