One of the three people injured in a shooting in Miami on Tuesday night has died, authorities said.
They’re revved up and ready to go. Monster trucks that are 12 feet tall and 12 feet wide are ready to crush Cadillacs and perform high-flying stunts at Sunlife Stadium during Monster Jam this weekend.
After spending 33 years manning a Miami-Dade County fireboat, retired captain Jack Garcia still lives for the ride.
Just outside of a restaurant, shutdown after a fire, family and friends of the 23-year old restaurant owner sold food to help raise money to reopen the venue.
The family that lost their restaurant to arson is now vowing to reopen again—and they’ve been getting some help from the community to do so.
Arson investigators and Miami Gardens police are searching for a Christmas Eve firestarter.
For those who are less fortunate, the holidays can be a tough time. But thousands of South Floridians, thanks to hundreds of volunteers and the Miami Rescue Mission, were served at a special event held Christmas Eve.
Miami-Dade police are searching for the drive-by shooters who injured nine people at a basketball court on Monday afternoon.
A Coral Gables High School student is missing and her family fears she’s in danger. None of her friends or family members have heard from her since Friday, and they believe she is with an older man.
A day following President Barack Obama’s Cuba history-making policy change, people from around the world–of different opinions–gathered again at Café Versailles in Little Havana.