It’s been three years since a homeless man was brutally attacked by a naked man on a causeway in Miami—an incident, which made national headlines, came to be known as the “Causeway Cannibal Attack.”
As thousands of people are expected to hit Miami Beach for holiday weekend festivities, law enforcement and city officials are preparing to keep it safe and enjoyable.
The Miami Beach Police Department is warning drivers to be prepared for delays due to protest.
In celebration of Veterans Day, Miami Beach will hold the annual parade along Washington Avenue from 17th to 11th streets.
The westbound lanes of the MacArthur Causeway were shut down for several hours Tuesday morning after a crash near Alton Road.
Police arrested and charged a man following a violent crash on the MacArthur Causeway that critically injured two people Thursday.
A 46-year-old man who survived a horrific crash on the MacArthur Causeway after police say his vehicle was struck by a speeding drunk driver is speaking about the accident for the first time, saying “I am alive because God gave me another chance.”
Video released by the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office Wednesday shows the shocking moment of impact from a deadly crash on the MacArthur Causeway in April.
A lawsuit has been filed against the driver a Lamborghini who police say was driving 120 mph when he slammed into an SUV on the MacArthur Causeway killing one man and seriously injuring another.
Big green highway signs with their messages blacked out with dark tape are hanging over major roadways in and around downtown Miami. The mystery signs covered with black tape are erected on Interstate 95, the Dolphin Expressway, the MacArthur Causeway and various ramps to and from the roadways directing traffic to, well, nowhere.