They hold their breath for minutes at a time… diving deep into our ocean out of curiosity and to hunt. Recently, we showed you how ordinary people are taking up the extreme sport of freediving.
A mother and her son are lucky to be alive after a freak accident caused their car to propel into a Miami Springs canal Monday night.
The victim of a stabbing at the Shops at Sunset Place Tuesday afternoon must deal with a tragic loss as he recovers from his injuries.
Miramar Police continued searching waterways in the city Tuesday. Police would not confirm exactly what they were looking for but the searches took place just minutes from the home of missing mother Vilet Torrez.
For the first time, Miramar Police are calling the husband of a missing woman a “person of interest” in her disappearance.
A team of surgeons and oncologists at The University of Miami’s Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center have treated the first patient enrolled in a clinical trial using a vaccine to target glioblastoma multiforme – the most common and aggressive form of brain tumor.
Stomach cancer is one of the least federally funded and least familiar cancers in the country, but one South Florida woman is out to change that.
Jim Leyritz is a man whose life was defined by two moments – the first was on a baseball diamond when his home run helped his New York Yankees team to the 1996 World Series title. The second moment happened in 2007 when after a night of drinking and driving, Leyritz was involved in an accident that killed a mother of two.
Having a baby can be a wonderful experience, but for some women who are expecting those nine months may be stressful, lousy and very uncomfortable. However, experts say being pregnant doesn’t have to be a downer.
Many South Floridians have a favorite sports team, or a favorite restaurant, but ask any South Florida parent if they have a favorite child, and the answer will be no, or will it?