he first day of Ft. Lauderdale’s International Boat Show excursion kicked off today and tons of people look forward to a weekend full of exotic boats and super yachts.
They’re putting on those last minute touches and making sure everything is shining bright for the 54th annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. And if you love the water, you’ll likely find what you’re looking for here.
Dozens of deputies on motorcycles roared out of BSO headquarters Wednesday morning on a mission to get drivers who aren’t following the law and end up costing each American family about $950 dollars a year.
If you plan to drive on Florida’s Turnpike between Sunrise Boulevard and I-595, you may want to take note of some expected road closures.
Late night partiers and those people who work the late shift near downtown Miami take note – a major closure is scheduled for Sunday morning.
Just half of the dozen small cars the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety featured in recent crash tests managed to earn a good or acceptable rating from the group.
Burglars have been smashing their way into motorcycle shops across South Florida and taking off with pricey dirt bikes and, for the most part, they are getting away with it.
In an effort to help alleviate parking issues along Alton Road during an ongoing construction project, Miami Beach officials will allow drivers to park within the work zone at spots where a white bag covers the parking meter.
South Florida drivers who use hands free gadgets to talk on the phone and send text messages or emails from behind the wheel because they think they are a safer alternative could be more distracted and in more danger than if they simply talked on a cell phone, according to a new AAA study.
From Miami-Dade to Broward, heavy rains made Friday night a soggy mess—and the City of Aventura was no exception.