At least four people are dead and six others are missing along the Florida and Puerto Rico Coasts after Memorial Day weekend.
It’s the start of Memorial Day Weekend, a vastly popular boating weekend in South Florida.
A new ordinance will now allow only a certain number of boats to be tied together on any waters lying within the boundaries of Miami.
After spending 33 years manning a Miami-Dade County fireboat, retired captain Jack Garcia still lives for the ride.
In order to keep things safe on the water over the upcoming Columbus Day holiday weekend, Biscayne National Park has partnered up with a number of agencies to crackdown on boaters who pose a risk to themselves or others.
A day of boating turned deadly Sunday after one boat crashed into an anchored vessel near Elliott Key.
Florida wildlife officials are pushing for safe boating this Memorial Day weekend.
Living in South Florida, where summer temperatures are almost a year-round occurrence, water activities like tubing are a popular past time. But while fun, tubing can be dangerous.
It’s Labor Day weekend and the weather forecast looks pretty nice so that means plenty of South Floridians will be jumping on their boats this weekend which is why the U.S. Coast Guard is urging boaters to be careful on the water.
The Memorial Day weekend is traditionally the start of summer and that means thousands of boaters will spend their holiday weekend on the water. That’s why a group of safety officials are urging you to take care of yourself and your family on the seas.