"Piano Man" To Ring In New Year At BB&T CenterFor the first time ever, the 'piano man' will be in South Florida to ring in New Year's Eve. Legendary musician Billy Joel ring in 2016 with a concert at the BB&T Center in Sunrise.
Man Loses Hand In Fireworks Explosion On NYEAbout 20 minutes before the New Year, a 35-year-old lost his right hand in a firework explosion.
South Florida New Year's Eve Clean-Up Takes All Night The celebrations continued well into the early morning hours in South Florida for 2015 - and so did the clean-up process.
What's Open/Closed On New Year's DayIt’s the first day of 2015 so here's a look at what is opened and closed.
Thousands Take Part In Fort Lauderdale New Year’s BashThe Fort Lauderdale Orange Bowl Downtown Countdown started early in Fort Lauderdale and was set to end late as thousands of revelers jammed Himmarshee Street to ring in the new year with live music, endless amounts of food and drink and with loved ones nearby.
Pitbull Rings In The New Year In Downtown MiamiWhen the clock strikes midnight in Downtown Miami, Mr. Neon will meet Mr. 305.
What's Open/Closed New Year's DayAs we ring in the new year, here's a look at what is opened and closed on New Year's Day.
Dachshund Walk Is Canine Kickoff To Key West New Year's EveAmerica's southernmost island went to the dogs New Year's Eve, when about 175 short-legged, long-bodied canines and their owners staged the 10th annual Key West Dachshund Walk.
Security Sweep At The Orange Bowl Ahead Of NYE GameThose looking to ring in the New Year with some football will be heading over to Sun Life Stadium for the Capital One Orange Bowl.
Miami Police Urge Everyone To Skip Celebratory Gunfire At MidnightCity of Miami officials want the public to know that it's great to ring in the New Year with a celebration as long as it doesn't involve gunfire.
Know Where To Go For New Year's Eve CelebrationsIf you’re itching for a new way to scratch your New Year’s Eve fever, South Florida has you covered.
Miami Mayor Reminds Everyone "One Bullet Kills The Party"For the 17th year, Miami's mayor, commissioners and police chief are asking residents and visitors not to fire gunshots into the air on New Year's Eve.