Miami International Airport
Miami International Airport is taking the threat of Ebola, and other infectious diseases, seriously. This week they’re handing out thousands of cards to employees informing them what to do in the event they encounter a sick passenger.
How best to handle the threat Ebola poses to South Florida has been the topic of conversation among politicians, health officials and emergency personnel over the last several days.
The nation has stepped up its efforts to stop Ebola from coming into the country on the same day that an infected man died from the disease in Dallas.
Officials in Texas worked to monitor the people possibly exposed to an Ebola virus patient as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed what the response to an airline passenger with an infectious disease such as Ebola would be like in South Florida.
New information on the investigation into a loaded shot gun that was found in a restroom at Miami International Airport has surfaced.
Investigators from the Joint Terrorism Task Force have identified several people they want to talk to in connection with a loaded shotgun found inside a bathroom at Miami International Airport.
Florida international University’s Dr. Aileen Marty had a teaching moment about contagions as she addressed a classroom full of future doctors Wednesday.
For the first time in more than two years, Miami International Airport will have domestic low cost service. Denver-based Frontier Airlines will set up shop in December.
South Florida flights heading to and from the Chicago area were cancelled on Friday morning after a fire broke out at at a suburban Chicago air traffic control facility.
For the second time in a week, a firearm has been recovered at Miami International Airport.