'Baby June' homicide remains unsolved two years after infant's body found in ocean
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. — It has been two years since an off-duty firefighter found the body of an infant floating in the ocean, and investigators are once again asking for the public’s help identifying “Baby June” in hopes of solving her death.Boynton Beach firefighter Chris Lemieux was aboard a charter boat on the afternoon of June 1, 2018, when he spotted the body off Boynton Beach Inlet and called 911.The infant, whom authorities dubbed “Baby June,” was determined to be no more than 14 days old. She had a needle prick on her heel and her umbilical cord had been cut, leading detectives to belie...
Undetected: Lack of access to testing among minorities keeps virus alive
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — At the Caridad Center in Boynton Beach, one of the largest free health clinics in Florida, a young woman with a white mask approaches a car waiting in the coronavirus testing line. As the clinic worker swabs each of the six people inside, they explain they work as house cleaners, and sometimes, the owners are ill. When they heard on Spanish radio that free testing was available nearby, they came, wanting to know if they are infected.By the end of the day, 178 people who arrive by car or by foot are swabbed at the Caridad Center. And, when results come back, 12% are posi...