Zika Prevention Is Key As Kids Head Back To SchoolSummer break is officially over as more than 355-thousand students in Miami-Dade head back to class.
Efforts Focus On Stopping Zika Spread As Cases MountState Education Commissioner Pam Stewart and Gov. Rick Scott on Thursday briefed school superintendents on efforts to combat the Zika virus.
Officials Hold Zika Meeting To Answer Questions, Ask For HelpPublic help is critical in this Zika crisis.
Wynwood A ‘Ghost Town’ As Spraying For Zika ContinuesThe always-popular Wynwood was noticeably empty of its usual weekend crowds because of Zika.
Aerial Spraying Continues In Dade Amid Zika FightAerial spraying to control the spread of Zika in Miami-Dade County was completed Saturday morning.
Pictured: Men Wanted In Stolen Personal Watercrafts CasesMiami Beach Police are searching for two men who may be connected to 17 personal watercrafts that were stolen from homes in the area.
Decades Old Missing Person Investigation Leads To Dade Backyard Homicide detectives looking into a missing person case from 1982 were led to a home in NW Miami-Dade Tuesday afternoon.
DOJ Bust $1B Medicare Fraud Scheme, Biggest So FarThree people are under arrest, charged in a $1 billion medicare fraud and money laundering scheme.
Miami-Dade, Broward Prep For Possible Local Zika CasesFlorida's Department of Health has not ruled out sexual transmission or travel as the source of a Miami-area woman's Zika infection.
Woman Threatened With Hammer During Home InvasionA north Miami-Dade woman was assaulted by a hammer wielding man early Thursday morning during a home invasion robbery.
Educators Get Behind The Student Desk To Improve EducationDozens of Miami-Dade County School educators got a day in the classroom – this time to learn, not teach.
Deadly Crash On I-95, Lanes Shutdown The northbound lanes of I-95 were closed down Monday following a deadly crash during the early morning rush.