South Florida spends much of the year in near-drought conditions, but virtually every part of our lives is connected to water.
While the end of the school year is still a couple of months away, students thinking about summer work at one of Miami-Dade’s parks should act now.
The South Florida man run over by a lifeguard in a truck on Hollywood Beach remains hospitalized a day after the accident.
A former Hallandale Beach lifeguard who was fired after he left his assigned zone to help save a drowning man was honored Monday.
After the recent controversy over the firing of a Hallandale Beach lifeguard, the city’s mayor is now chiming in.
Lifeguard Tomas Lopez’s journey this week has been all over the map. He went from being hailed for helping save a life, to being fired for leaving his beach, to being offered his job back. But Monday, Lopez will once again be hailed, this time by Hallandale Beach.
Most of the Hallandale Beach lifeguards who were either fired or quit after a fellow lifeguard lost his job for leaving his assigned area to help save a life say they are not going back.
The firing of a Hallandale Beach lifeguard has drawn harsh criticism, all because he saved a drowning man outside of his patrol area.
South Florida spends much of the year in near-drought conditions, but virtually part of our live is connected to water. But there are some ways to make safety a success.
Strong onshore winds Monday led to a higher than normal danger of rip currents, where swimmers can find themselves grabbed by currents that seem to pull them out to sea. That led to more than half a dozen arrests Wednesday on. Ft. Lauderdale Beach alone.