Searchers Dig For Survivors In Rubble Of Mexico City QuakeAt least 230 people have died as a result of Tuesday's massive earthquake in Mexico City.
Apartment Residents Camp Out In Parking Lot After Buildings CondemnedA heartbreaking homecoming for residents of two Miami apartment buildings.
Miami Beach Re-Opens To Residents & Visitors As Mayor Surveys DamageThere's good news for the nearly 100-thousand Miami Beach residents who evacuated before Hurricane Irma and are now itching to get home.
Flooded Roads, Blocked Streets In North Bay VillageParts of North Bay Village suffered severe flooding from Hurricane Irma.
Miami Beach Gets Military Vehicle To Rescue Irma Victims Miami Beach Police Chief Dan Oates made some last-minute checks Saturday morning as the first bands of Hurricane Irma reached South Florida.
Miami-Dade Opens 43 Shelters To Meet NeedMiami-Dade County has 43 shelters open to accommodate the overwhelming demand as Hurricane Irma approaches.
South Beach A Virtual Ghost Town Ahead Of IrmaThe mayor and emergency managers have spoken and the people of Miami Beach listened. Thousands packed what they needed and evacuated.
Residents In Miami-Dade Continue Preparing For Hurricane IrmaResidents of south Florida have been working all week to prepare for the looming threat of Hurricane Irma.
Dade Opens More Shelters Ahead Of IrmaSome Miami-Dade residents are packing up and getting ready to head out ahead of Hurricane Irma.
Dade Residents Find Some Pumps Dry, Water In Short SupplyA South Florida continues to prepare for Hurricane Irma gas and water are high demand.
"Stop The Bleed" Campaign Is A Real Life SaverWhen someone is injured, the simple act of applying pressure to stop the bleeding could save someone's life.
Moving U: The Orange Bowl Family Fun & Fit DayThe Orange Bowl Family Fun & Fit Day is a great way for the community to enjoy a healthy fun filled day as a family.