For two days, Lazaro Allegue has scoured the waters of Miami’s Biscayne Bay and combed the thick brush on nearby keys in search of his son.
The search continues for two Cuban migrants who are missing at sea after their raft broke apart off the coast of South Florida.
Yet another group of what is believed to be Cuban refugees were plucked from the water near Miami on Monday.
It was just a few years ago we were talking about Downtown Miami’s demise. Developers had overbuilt, the economy was tanking and more than 20,000 condos sat unsold. Today many of the condos still sit empty, but they are being sold at top dollar. The bizarre ups and downs of downtown real estate market are odd to say the least. What has happened around it is even stranger.
State officials approved an emergency request for more water to control the temperatures in the cooling canals at Turkey Point on Thursday.
Tubing and rafting are usually most popular in areas with large rivers; however, there are quality opportunities in and around the area to have a fun time on a water raft or tube. The options are not only plentiful, they’re also diverse.
An attempt to recall Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez took center stage at County Hall Monday when organizers of a new political action committee called “A Better Dade”, spoke to reporters about their recall effort.
Mayor Carlos Gimenez’s spokesperson is responding Tuesday, a day after retired Miami-Dade Firefighter Jack Garcia who lost his son in a Fourth of July boating accident, told CBS4 News that he wants to start a petition to recall Gimenez.
Less than a month after his son died in a Fourth of July boating accident, a retired Miami-Dade firefighter is taking on County Mayor Carlos Gimenez.
Nearly a week after the July Fourth tragedy on Biscayne Bay in which four people died and a dozen others were injured, Miami Fire Chief Maurice Kemp says the various local fire departments, police departments and state and federal agencies that responded to the tragedy will analyze their efforts.