Amid criticism over how rescue efforts were handled in a deadly boating accident on July 4th, Miami-Dade County released a new operations plan on Wednesday.
Nearly a week after the July Fourth tragedy on Biscayne Bay in which four people died and a dozen others were injured, Miami Fire Chief Maurice Kemp says the various local fire departments, police departments and state and federal agencies that responded to the tragedy will analyze their efforts.
Firefighters were able to put out a fire which broke out at a well-known South Florida restaurant overnight Tuesday.
Members of a church that burned Friday night, attended services Sunday morning.
Firefighters worked for several hours Friday night to put out a massive fire at 219 NW 14 Terrace.
Miami Fire Rescue,trying to put out a fire in an abandoned home, found three kittens inside while searching for victims.
An early morning destroyed a mobile home in Miami. The fire broke out in the residence at 80th Street and NW Miami Court.
City of Miami Fire Rescue crews quickly put out a fire at a house and rescued a dog inside Sunday afternoon.
Fire Investigators say too many appliances plugged into one outlet caused an electrical fire that trapped and killed a woman in her Miami home.
More than two dozen puppies died after a smoky fire ripped through a Miami strip shopping center.