What to Know
- The end of the work week is here, South Florida – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know for Friday.
The end of the work week is here, South Florida – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know for Friday.
Weather wise, it will be a warm and humid day with afternoon and evening showers possible and high temps in the mid to upper 80s
No. 1 – Accused pipe bomber Cesar Sayoc is appearing in federal court in Miami today. A judge has already denied Sayoc bond while he awaits trial as officials plan to move him to New York to face more charges.
No. 2 –Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis is sending his wife to Miami Springs this morning as Casey DeSantis will be at the Cozy Corner Diner from 10am to 11am.
No. 3 – His opponent, Democratic candidate Andrew Gillum, also wants your votes and he's bringing in former President Barack Obama and Senator Bill Nelson. They're holding a rally at the Ice Palace film studios in Miami this morning.
No. 4 – Royal Caribbean is opening their new terminal at Port Miami this morning. The expanded Terminal A will welcome guests to some of the biggest ships in the world capable of whisking seven thousand people to a vacation destination at one time.
No. 5 – The Wings Over Homestead air and space show is back as members of the United States Air Force Thunderbird’s F-16 demonstration team will be tearing through the skies over Homestead Air Reserve Base through the weekend - and best of all: it's free!
No. 6 - Fort Lauderdale’s 59th annual International Boat Show continues today. It's the largest boat show in the world and lasts through the weekend.