Andrew Perez, WPLG Local 10 News

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WPLG Local 10 News

Miami, FL, United States

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Past articles by Andrew:

Post Office slowdown is happening here

Changes at the United States Postal Service are slowing down or even preventing people from getting and sending their mail. South Floridians are noticing. → Read More

Family wants answers after officer responding to noise complaint opens fire on their dog

A family is demanding answers after they say a police officer shot their beloved pet. → Read More

Gunman on loose after early morning Miramar shooting

A shooting took place before 5 a.m. Tuesday at the Countyline Shop & Save in Miramar, police say. An adult male hit by the gunfire died at Memorial Regional Hospital a short time later. → Read More

Broward keeps bars closed and hopes coronavirus numbers keep going in right direction

Broward County bars are still shut down, and at least 22 of them have sued, saying it’s not fair when other businesses are allowed to be open. But the county says there is too great a risk of spreading coronavirus at those venues. → Read More

Coronavirus: Broward sees positive signs, but flu season will add another element

Broward County is seeing some signs of progress in its battle against COVID-19. This time frame is crucial, a prominent hospital leader says. → Read More

Broward will expand its code enforcement if cities don’t police COVID-19 orders

Broward County leaders stressed enforcement yet again Tuesday as Mayor Dale Holness held a call with mayors of the county’s various cities plus doctors and members of the health department. → Read More

Broward opens new coronavirus testing sites as numbers rise

Drivers lined up before dawn Tuesday outside Markham Park in Sunrise, which became South Florida’s newest coronavirus testing site. Amid rising COVID-19 cases, Broward County is expanding its testing locations at parks, with another opening Sunday at Vista View Park in Davie. → Read More

Broward’s coronavirus positivity rises as county passes 40,000 cases and 500 deaths

Broward County had been seeing its rate of positive COVID-19 test results go down, but that changed for tests processed Sunday, with 17.6% of new samples coming back positive. It’s the highest percentage for the county since 22.5% were positive on July 8, and local leaders are trying to figure out why. → Read More

Broward considering more rules to slow coronavirus spread

Broward County’s mayors met again Tuesday, talking rules, talking enforcement, talking surge in cases of COVID-19 locally. Some across the county say not enough is being done. → Read More

Officials in Broward County stepping up safety enforcement amid coronavirus spike

Broward County is one of the hottest spots in Florida as coronavirus cases continue to rise. → Read More

Broward working on new emergency order to slow coronavirus spread

Broward County leaders are drafting an emergency order to further deal with the rising COVID-19 numbers. Mayor Dale Holness says the county may take "incremental" steps until numbers improve. → Read More

Broward leaders say they had to close beaches this weekend. Businesses expect to suffer.

In Broward County, leaders say it was necessary to close beaches for the upcoming July 4 weekend, particularly with surrounding counties making that decision. → Read More

Broward says this weekend will look different, with crackdown for coronavirus rule-breakers

As cases of COVID-19 shoot up, code enforcement is cracking down — on people and businesses not playing by the rules. Friday marks a new chapter for Broward County, whose leaders admit they were a bit lax in enforcing their orders earlier. → Read More

Protesters make way onto I-95, northbound, southbound lanes closed

The protest that began at 4 p.m. Friday shows no signs of slowing down. There is a curfew in effect beginning at 10 p.m. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Police block protesters from getting on Miami causeway

One of the biggest protests began in Wynwood Friday afternoon and is continuing its march through downtown Miami. → Read More

Thermal technology becoming big part of public life during COVID-19 pandemic

Taking temperatures is part of the new normal as people try to enter restaurants and even doctors' offices. → Read More

South Florida casinos preparing to reopen with new safety measures in place

The first phase of Florida's reopening plan kicked off on Monday, allowing some non-essential businesses to open their doors once again. → Read More

Child drowns in Plantation backyard pool

A 13-month-old child drowned in a backyard pool in Plantation on Friday morning, city fire officials confirmed. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: How to reopen South Florida? The ideas start coming in

Marinas, golf courses and beaches remain closed. That hasn’t changed. But what’s happening now is a dialogue on how to scale back some of the restrictions to our daily lives during this coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

South Florida’s reopening may be slower than rest of the state

As Florida plans to reopen the state and get back to business amid the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Ron DeSantis made clear Friday that South Florida may be “a little different.” → Read More