It’s safe to say no one really likes mosquitoes, and the county receives dozens of calls to spray to get rid of them. But, one South Florida city wants the spraying to stop in hopes of saving an endangered bat.
Vincent Klock was bodysurfing toward the beach when his momentum suddenly turned and he was whisked away from shore. He was caught in a rip current.
Be there, the fair—but where? The Youth Fair—which has been in the same location for 43 years—could be looking for a new home.
Fabien Cousteau, the grandson of underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau, is back on the surface Wednesday after spending a month in an underwater lab.
Students from around the country will be practicing how to manage an outbreak in Miami.
When Fabien Cousteau woke up today he did all the normal things you and I would do. Except he did it in the most unusual of places; at the bottom of the ocean.
The grandson of ocean exploration pioneer Jacques Cousteau continues to live underwater as part of an experiment in the Florida Keys.
Eight teams of high school students from across Miami-Dade are putting their designs to the test at a wind challenge at Florida International University.
Studies have shown that more and more Americans are becoming spiritual as we search for solace and inner peace. But spirituality is more than just comforting. There is strong evidence that it plays a key role in maintaining good health. We preview an upcoming event presented by the Kriya Yoga Institute along with community partners like Florida International University. It is an interfaith non-political forum for all South Floridians.
Living in South Florida you’ve probably seen the damage a hurricane can do to homes and businesses. Visitors to the National Building Museum in Washington can now get an idea of their destructive power thanks to a new display – Florida International University’s 12-fan “Wall of Wind” hurricane simulator.