What to Know
- The start of the holiday week is here, South Florida – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know for Monday, November 19th.
The start of the holiday week is here, South Florida – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know for Monday, November 19th.
Weather wise, the cooler temperatures from the weekend are a distant memory with the humidity back up and high temps in the mid-80s.
No. 1 - A child is home this morning after the car he was sitting in was stolen from a gas station parking lot. Police say this all happened in Southwest Miami-Dade while the child's mother was inside the store. Right now, that suspect remains on the run.
No.2 - Two people pulled of a car that plunged into the water on Collins Avenue in Miami Beach. One of them was rushed to the hospital while the other was treated on scene.
No. 3 - Broward's supervisor of elections, Dr. Brenda Snipes, handed in her resignation following the completion of this weekend's manual recount. Her office faced years of intense scrutiny from both sides of the aisle following years of problematic elections and ballot security.
No. 4 - The Florida election recounts are over. Governor Rick Scott is now Senator-elect after defeating Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson, who conceded late Sunday afternoon.
No. 5 - The Miami-Dade Police Department will be out in full force this week keeping you safe while shopping. Officers in and out of uniform will be patrolling malls and parking lots and encouraging shoppers to lock their doors and if they see something that's not right, say something.
No. 6 - We're bragging about another South Florida school. Education on 6 reporter Ari Odzer will be out at Coral Springs High School showcasing their amazing programs like their agriculture, culinary fire academy, step teams, and even a video gaming design programs!