Relief Aid Needed For Bahamas After Hurricane JoaquinA week after Hurricane Joaquin ripped through the Bahamas, the island nation has become desperate for help.
Boil Water Notice In Effect For Parts Of Fort LauderdaleMore than a dozen Fort Lauderdale homes and businesses were affected by a water main break in the city on Tuesday.
Commissioner Diaz Apologizes In County Hall After DUI ArrestMiami-Dade Commissioner Jose 'Pepe' Diaz was back in county hall for the first time since his DUI arrest on Tuesday.
Body Of Missing Kayaker Pulled From WaterThe search is over for a man who went missing after a kayak he and a friend were on sank in Biscayne Bay.
South Miami Officer Insists He Is Innocent of Child Porn ChargesSouth Miami Police Detective Joe Mendez said he stands by every denial of wrongdoing he made to reporters as he left the Broward County Jail Tuesday night.
Fmr. UM President Shalala Recovering After StrokeFormer University of Miami President Donna Shalala is recovering after suffering a stroke.
Officer Arrested For Inappropriate Conduct With Underage GirlsState agents arrested a South Miami police officer for allegedly having inappropriate interactions with underage girls.
Family Wants Death Penalty For Gunman In Gables' Jogger MurderThe wife and son of a Coral Gables man killed in while jogging, testified at the sentencing of the man who did it.
CEO To Lower Drug Price After Intense Backlash To HikeThe man who upped the price of a lifesaving drug by more than 4,000 percent is now back-tracking a bit.
Pope Leaves Hopeful Message For Youths From South FloridaYouth groups from South Florida who made the pilgrimage to Cuba to see Pope Francis arrived back in South Florida Monday evening.
Archdiocese Of Miami Sets Up Pilgrimage For Pope's VisitThe Archdiocese of Miami has organized a pilgrimage to Washington, D.C. for Pope Francis’ visit.
Road Ranger Killed In Turnpike AccidentA Road Ranger was killed Tuesday while assisting a stranded motorist on the Florida Turnpike extension