Microsoft’s first U.S. state-of-the-art training facility is coming to Miami.
The engineering gem that is the PortMiami Tunnel is poised to open by Memorial Day, just four years after construction began on the mile-long, four lane, twin tube built with the sweat equity of thousands of workers and a 3,000 ton drill named Harriett.
Drivers in both Miami and Miami Beach found themselves in an unusual amount of traffic as they made their way to happy hour Friday night.
Thousands of runners hit the road for the annual Mercedes-Benz Corporate Run. The event has become a yearly tradition for many companies in South Florida. A number of companies, including CBS4 sponsor the race.
A female security guard, trampled while trying to to stop a group trying to get into Ultra, is showing “slight improvement”, according to City of Miami Police.
The final push is on to have everything ready for the 16th annual Ultra Music Festival in Miami. The festival, which runs Friday, March 28th through Sunday, March 30th, is one of the largest electronic music festivals in the world.
State regulators have denied a request to move a non-profit, pari-mutuel permit associated with Gulfstream Park racetrack to a downtown Miami location, which effectively blocks a deal with gambling giant Genting to start a stand-alone casino.
As the violence worsens in Venezuela, several South Florida lawmakers have come out asking for sanctions to be imposed against the country’s socialist regime led by President Nicolas Maduro.
The debate over what to do about a site of a prehistoric Tequesta village in downtown Miami continued at a hearing on the issue Friday.
A multi-million dollar construction project in Downtown Miami could be coming to a screeching halt because of what archaeologists believe is evidence of an extensive Native American village buried beneath the area.