Teen Accused Of Killing Homeless Man May Be Tried As AdultMiami prosecutors are expected to announce in August whether or not a South Florida teen, arrested for killing a homeless man, will be tried as an adult.
Police: Miami Teen Harasses Then Kills Homeless ManA teenager has been arrested for allegedly pushing a homeless man into a river and killing him.
Archaeologist Unearths Possible Evidence of Rising Sea LevelIt's a pre-historic treasure hunt in the heart of the big city – an archaeological dig at the site of an ancient Tequesta Indian village at the confluence of the Miami River and Biscayne Bay.
It's A Taste Of The Town With Patriotic Flare At American SocialWith Life Magazine's on the walls and snippets of Old Glory everywhere, the newly-opened American Social Restaurant and Bar, located just off Brickell Avenue, is all about the red, white and blue.
Fire Destroys Boat Docked On Miami River Firefighters spent part of Thursday afternoon battling a fire on a boat in the Miami River.
83-Year Old Man Arrested For Miami Road Rage ShootingAn elderly man, arrested in connection to a suspected road range incident which led to a shooting on Friday, will remain behind bars.
Glow Sticks Illuminate Native American Village In Miami The glow of tiny lights could be seen Monday night at the remnants of a prehistoric Native American village.
Turbulent Times As Scientists Investigate Flight TroublesTurbulence is becoming a bigger problem that it used to be according to some pilots and scientists are concerned it is a result of climate changes.
Construction To Begin On Miami Avenue BridgeRoad closures will take place next week as construction crews begin work on the Miami Avenue bridge over the Miami River.
Taste Of The Town Explores The Flavors Of Seasalt & PepperSet on the edge of the Miami River bank, Seasalt and Pepper is Miami's newest hot spot for the in-crowd looking for a delectable bite.
Fight To Preserve Prehistoric Village Unearthed in Downtown Miami A multi-million dollar construction project in Downtown Miami could be coming to a screeching halt because of what archaeologists believe is evidence of an extensive Native American village buried beneath the area.
Miami's Past To Make Way For New Entertainment Complex Miami’s past uncovered near the river in the downtown area will soon be covered over, after some of the artifacts are removed, to make way for an entertainment complex known as Met Square.