What to Know
- The first day of November is here, South Florida – and NBC 6 has the top six stories for your Thursday.
The first day of November is here, South Florida – and NBC 6 has the top six stories for your Thursday.
Weather wise, the area is in for a mostly dry day with the humidity back up and temperatures in the mid-80s.
No. 1 – A child in the hospital after Halloween night takes a tragic turn. A man and another child were killed after a car hit them near Griffin Road in Davie. Police are questioning the driver this morning.
No. 2 – Florida gubernatorial candidates Ron DeSantis and Andrew Gillum are touring South Florida today. Gillum will stop first on Key West and then make his way up to Miami-Dade County while DeSantis will start his day at a church before an event in Little Havana.
No. 3 – Google employees are planning on walking out of work today. They're protesting reports of sexual misconduct among the company's executives.
No. 4 – Toyota and Subaru are recalling more than 400,000 cars worldwide to repair a faulty engine part that could cause a vehicle to stall while driving. The recall affects models made between 2012 and 2013.
No. 5 - Mosquito spraying wrapped up in Weston. Trucks had been up since 4 am spraying the 37 acre area just south of Saddle Club Road, a non-residential are according to county officials, with a chemical not harmful to humans or pets.
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.