The mysterious object in the water which prompted evacuations at John U. Lloyd State Park Thursday afternoon is a harmless training device.
Bales of cocaine, with a street value of $245 million dollars will never make it to the streets of South Florida or anywhere else for that matter thanks to the U.S. Coast Guard.
A large cylindrical device washed ashore on Miami Beach early Monday has been identified. Police spokesman Juan Sanchez said the U.S. Navy confirmed that it was a training mine which had a ‘live’ blasting cap on it.
The former conference home of the Miami Hurricanes, the Big East Conference, has voted to extend invitations to a number of schools to join the fledgling conference.
The Big East Conference has played host to the University of Miami among others and has a legendary basketball presence. But that may be about to change as the conference re-alignment jumble could put a death nail into the once flourishing conference.
This week’s Good 4 You goes to people volunteering their time to help others in honor of the victims of 9/11.
U.S. Navy ships stationed in Virginia have been ordered to leave Norfolk Naval Station in preparation for Hurricane Irene.
Sailors on board the USS Cole will be spending the next three days relaxing under the South Florida sun.
Sailors on board the USS Cole are about to get some much needed R&R in South Florida.
An emergency meeting is set for Tuesday so city commissioners can consider proposals from two competing groups planning the Air & Sea Show in Fort Lauderdale.