After Tuesday’s wastewater line leakage in Miami Beach, a water advisory is still in effect for the Collins Canal, Indian Creek to 51st and Surprise Lake. The one for Biscayne Bay, however, has been lifted.
The water advisory for Biscayne Bay has been lifted, but is still in effect for the Collins Canal, Indian Creek to 51st and Surprise Lake.
A water advisory remains in effect for a section of Miami Beach after a wastewater line spring a leak on Tuesday.
Miami Beach health officials are urging people to stay out of the water in certain areas due to a waste water line break.
Dozens of people fell into Biscayne Bay Thursday night after a section of a restaurant patio collapsed in North Bay Village.
In stark contrast to South Florida, San Francisco held their super bowl bid conference Monday in the center of the city. Right in front of where their super bowls activities would be.
Miami’s past uncovered near the river in the downtown area will soon be covered over, after some of the artifacts are removed, to make way for an entertainment complex known as Met Square.
Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez arrived in Miami Thursday. Her first stop was the Shrine to Our Lady of Charity in Coconut Grove.
A 40-ton gator head that was expected to float through downtown Fort Lauderdale on the New River and down the Intracoastal Waterway was delayed Sunday, but its creators hope their art piece makes a big bite in the upcoming week of Art Basal.
Trouble in the waters of Biscayne Bay, when Key Biscayne police along with the Coast Guard rescue two men after their boat sank.