It's Monday, July 22 – here are the 6 Things to Know:
Monday morning will bring partly cloudy skies with an isolated shower or storm as temperatures stay warm at about 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
The afternoon will be warm and humid with isolated storms in the western parts of South Florida and highs in the low 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Check Today's Forecast.
The latest headlines:
1. A former starter for the FIU Panthers football team was killed in an early morning car crash in Miami-Dade.
A graduate of North Miami Beach High School, Lubin played in 45 games for the Panthers over four seasons that included starting all 13 games during the 2018 season that ended with a victory in the Bahamas Bowl.
2. Attorneys for a former Florida sheriff's deputy want a judge to dismiss felony charges stemming from his failure to enter a school building while a gunman carried out the Parkland school shooting. Scot Peterson is set to be arraigned on Monday.
3. The Hollywood Police Department is searching for a robbery suspect who broke into a couple's room at Richard's Hotel.
The incident at Richard's Hotel in Hollywood that occurred Friday at about 1 a.m. was caught on camera.
4. Puerto Rico braces Monday for what many people expected to be one of the biggest protests ever seen in the U.S. territory as irate islanders pledged to drive Gov. Ricardo Rosselló from office.
Hundreds of thousands of people were expected to take over one of the island's busiest highways.
5. Anyone across South Florida can get a chance to help NBC 6 and the United Way in Supporting Our Schools by dropping off needed school supplies at one Wawa location in Miami-Dade.
Bring your supplies to the location at 6971 Southwest 24th Street from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday for the first stop in the annual event that runs until August 2nd.
6. A boil water notice that had remained in effect in the greater Fort Lauderdale area following a damaged main has been lifted Sunday.
The city released a statement saying the notice, in place since Thursday's main break that impacted several cities in Broward County, had been lifted for most of the area.