Tropical Storm Erika was losing its punch as it drenched Haiti and the Dominican Republic early Saturday, but it left devastation in its path, killing at least 20 people and leaving another 31 missing on the small eastern Caribbean island of Dominica, authorities said.
The federal trial started Wednesday for a couple accused of orchestrating a $300 million fraud which involved thousands of investors who were promised big profits by purchasing dilapidated properties in the Keys and elsewhere to be transformed into luxurious resorts.
With the kick off of summer, CBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer made his way down to the Caribbean.
A stubborn pest has reemerged in a Dania Beach neighborhood that poses a real threat to homeowners.
The Miami Rum Renaissance Festival is offering locals a taste of new spirits entering the U.S. market.
For the first time in the Summit of the Americas seven history, a delegation from Cuba will join the leaders of the America nation states in Panama City for the event.
Since the U.S. and Cuba announced they would restore diplomatic relations, more and more Cubans have attempted the treacherous sea voyage in an effort to reach the U.S. illegally, the Coast Guard said.
The migrant flow into the U.S. by way of South Florida has seen a big increase from its neighbors to the east.
A Miami film festival flick is bringing to light the obscure Haitian art of machete fencing.
Lionfish have been devastating Florida’s aquatic ecosystem as uninterrupted predators of native species. But now Miami chefs are turning the tables, putting these invasive fish on their menus.