Boston Marathon Bombings
A friend of one of the two brothers suspected in the Boston Marathon bombings was shot to death early Wednesday morning in Orlando.
A man who jumped into action after the bombings at the Boston Marathon is in South Florida where he will be honored for his heroics.
Relief in Boston echoed here in South Florida after police captured the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings.
More than 20,000 people run the Boston Marathon every year but not everyone finished this year due to the deadly bombings at the finish line.
A massive manhunt was underway Friday morning for the second of two Boston Marathon bombing suspects following a chaotic scene that began Thursday night. He was later apprehended and taken for medical care after a standoff behind a home in Watertown. Here is a timeline of events that began with the two bombing suspects robbing a convenience store in Cambridge:
A Florida man, in Boston for Monday’s marathon, unknowingly snapped a picture of one of the bombing suspects leaving the scene in a crowd of people.
Several South Florida runners who competed in the Boston Marathon and witnessed Monday’s deadly bombings are expected to take part Thursday in South Beach Run Club’s “Band Together for Boston” Police-Escorted Run.
After a long day of mayhem, with reporters and police at odds on whether the person responsible for the Boston bombing had been arrested or not, a South Florida man said that the event hit him a little too close to home.
Security plans across South Florida continue to be beefed up in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings but some specialized security involves man’s best friend.
When tragic events, like the Boston Marathon bombings, appear on the news, it can be hard on adults, but for kids it can be even more confusing. Many parents may want to shield their kids from news of a disastrous event but it’s difficult. Kids will often find out about it from TV, the Internet or friends at school.