Need A Drink? This Virtual One Tastes Like The Real Thing, Researchers SayWould you trade in your real cocktail for a virtual one?
This Is What The First Soft Artificial Heart Looks LikeScientists created the world's first soft artificial beating heart. Here's how it works but there is one setback.
Like 'Locking In The Super Bowl': Art Basel, Miami Beach Pen 5-Year DealWorld-renowned show Art Basel is penning an agreement with Miami Beach to stay for the next couple of years.
How To Get Financial Help For A Business Or Home Damaged In IrmaThere is financial help for residents and business owners who suffered damages from Hurricane Irma.
'We're Going To Rebuild': Florida Keys Official Hopeful After Cat. 4 Irma HitsHurricane Irma is hitting the lower Florida Keys hard with dangerous winds gusts and life-threatening storm surge as those who stayed are told to hunker down.
'This Will Cover Your House': Gov. Scott On Irma's Dangerous Storm SurgeFlorida Governor Rick Scott had warnings for all of Florida as Hurricane Irma's rain bands reached parts of the state.
What To Bring To A Hurricane ShelterFloridians are flocking to shelters while others are listening to evacuation orders and fleeing inland as Hurricane Irma moves closer.
USPS Suspends Deliveries Due To Hurricane IrmaUnited States Postal Service has suspended its South Florida operations as Hurricane Irma moves closer to the state.
Dade Parking Garages Open To Public As Irma ApproachesMiami-Dade County has opened parking lots for residents to leave their cars protected during Hurricane Irma.
Numbers & Apps To Know Before, During & After Hurricane IrmaWith Hurricane Irma approaching Florida, make sure you know these numbers and apps just in case you need help or need to know about government services.
Gov. Scott: Hurricane Irma Is 'Bigger Than Our Entire State' Florida Governor Rick Scott told residents to take Hurricane Irma "seriously" as the storm "bigger than our entire state" moves closer.
Gov. Scott: Hurricane Irma Is 'Stronger' Than Hurricane AndrewFlorida Governor Rick Scott says Hurricane Irma is stronger than the devastating Hurricane Andrew back in 1992. This as Irma's forecast cone shows the hurricane making its way to the state.