Jeff Weinsier, WPLG Local 10 News

Jeff Weinsier

WPLG Local 10 News

Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

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Past articles by Jeff:

Dirty Dining: Food ‘contaminated’ by dripping moldy water at Checkers

An Inspector with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation ordered a Miami Gardens Checkers shut last week after “moldy water” was seen dripping on the food below. → Read More

Suspects in armed robbery shooting at Pembroke Lakes Mall have several past arrests

As the investigation continues into an attempted robbery that became a shooting at Pembroke Lakes Mall, more information is coming to light about the suspects. → Read More

Uber Eats driver talks about why he recorded Wendy’s employee coughing on food

A man who is working as an Uber Eats driver said Friday that he decided to record the way a Wendy’s employee was coughing on her customers’ food in Miramar because he has a conscience. → Read More

Video shows Wendy’s manager coughing on customer’s food in Miramar

A video shows a Wendy’s fast-food restaurant manager in Miramar was wearing her face mask incorrectly when she coughed on a customer’s food. → Read More

Coral Springs school becomes 1st in U.S. to adopt new ‘ALERT’ safety tech

In memory of 14-year-old Alyssa Alhadeff and 18-year-old Meadow Pollack, two victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, a school in Coral Springs is the first in the nation to adopt new safety technology. → Read More

Lauderhill police officer that died of COVID-19 served his community for over 20 years

A 23-year career in Lauderhill left quite an impression. → Read More

‘Stupid people’ may force Broward to shut down, vice mayor says

There is frustration and concern in Broward County that if the coronavirus outbreak continues down this path, there may need to be a countywide shutdown. → Read More

Dirty Dining: Kitchen ordered shut after inspector sees insects landing on cooked rice and shrimp

State Inspectors ordered four South Florida restaurant kitchens shut last week because of health violations. → Read More

Miami supermarket deemed public health risk defies state order again

The supermarket where inspectors recently found cat feces and rodent droppings continued to defy state orders to stop selling food and clean up on Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Miami supermarket continuing to sell food despite state’s orders to stop

A supermarket in Miami is refusing to follow state orders to stop selling food. → Read More

Dozens of Broward businesses caught not following coronavirus guidelines

Broward County on Monday said that nine citations and 70 warnings have been issued for businesses not following the governor's coronavirus safety guidelines, and that doesn’t include numbers from this weekend. → Read More

Businesses impacted by Fort Lauderdale water main break contemplating lawsuit against FPL

The water main break that caused a big mess for businesses in several parts of Broward County last year continues to spill over. → Read More

Dead flies found in hamburger freezer at South Florida Checker’s

A state inspector found dead flies in the hamburger freezer chest at a Kendall Checker’s last week and ordered the kitchen closed. → Read More

Family demands answers after police-involved shooting that led to man’s death

A family is demanding answers after a police-involved shooting that led to the death of a man in March. → Read More

Officers investigate voyeurism case at Century Village (Graphic content)

Pembroke Pines’s Century Village community residents fear recent surveillance video from a Ring doorbell camera shows a man who can’t control his voyeuristic urges. → Read More

Protests spring up across Broward, and they have a key thing in common — youth

The movement taking place on our streets is largely a youth movement. That could be seen from Pembroke Pines to Hollywood to Davie on Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

With face coverings becoming a new normal, specialty mask store opens in Fort Lauderdale

As South Florida continues to reopen, one must-have accessory for everyone is a mask. → Read More

Vandals heavily damage 9 Fort Lauderdale businesses after protest

Stores and restaurants from Las Olas Boulevard to the Himmarshee bar and restaurant district were severely damaged after a protest in Huizenga Park. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Fort Lauderdale police speak about officer who pushed protester

A video obtained by Local 10 News shows a police officer appearing to shove a female protester who was kneeling on the ground as tensions rose Sunday night in downtown Fort Lauderdale. The officer has been taken off duty and there will be an investigation. → Read More

Coronavirus crooks victimize South Florida woman in stimulus check scam

A South Florida woman is claiming to be the victim of a scam that cost her all of her savings. → Read More