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.
The glow of tiny lights could be seen Monday night at the remnants of a prehistoric Native American village.
A bipartisan federal resources bill includes $1 billion for Everglades restoration projects. Congress is likely to pass the Water Resources Reform and Development Act next week.
South Florida is looking to gain fame for more than its beaches, cruise ships and cafecitos.
The trial of a man accused of murdering his bride, just four days after they got married, in order to collect a million-dollar life insurance policy continued on Wednesday.
Seven months after the Shuckers Bar and Grill deck collapsed into Biscayne Bay, injuring dozens, an effort to rebuild by the owners is being delayed by and insurance company.
Two South Florida fishermen were caught red-handed poaching lobster early Wednesday morning, according to officials with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Gambling giant Genting, Gulfstream Park and the horse industry plan to bring slot-machines to Biscayne Bay, but the entities still have challenges ahead before the gaming can begin.
A blind dog named Frankie is back with his family after he was found swimming in Biscayne Bay. A Marine Patrol officer rescued him Monday morning.
The dredge that will deepen Miami’s port, Governor Scott believes, will produce thousands of jobs statewide.