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Gov. Rick Scott: MIA Needs More Customs Agents

Governor Rick Scott appealed to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Nepolitano Thursday saying South Florida’s busiest airport is severely lacking in Customs and Border Protection agents.


A terminal at Miami International Airport was shut down for hours while police investigated a suspicious package. (CBS4)

Suspicious Package Shuts Down Terminal At Miami International Airport

The bomb squad descended on Miami International Airport Wednesday night after a suspicious package was discovered in one of the terminals.


Archbishop Thomas Wenski. (Source: CBS4)

MIA Offers Divine Assistance To Passengers

Just in time for Labor Day travel, you and your family can get divine assistance before boarding your next flight.



High Tech Baggage System Up And Running At MIA

Miami International Airport hit a historic milestone Monday.


Miami-Dade Police are looking for a man who opened fire on a bus, killing one passenger. (CBS4)

One Person Dead After Shooting On Miami-Dade Transit Bus

One person is dead following a shooting on a crowded Miami-Dade transit bus Tuesday night.


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Report: Airlines Improving Baggage Handling/Passenger Bumps

Airline passengers across the United States got a mixed bag of news from the latest government analysis of the airline industry.


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Miami Coast Guard Crew Medically Evacuates Cruise Ship Passenger

A Coast Guard helicopter and fixed-wing aircrew medically evacuated a 55-year-old women from a cruise ship Friday, approximately 57 miles north east of Nassau, Bahamas.


A view of Southwest airline jets  (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Substance Found On Southwest Plane At PBA Deemed Safe

Business is back to normal at Palm Beach International Airport after officials say a suspicious substance was found on a Southwest Airlines plane.


A passenger books a flight at Miami International Airport.  (CBS4)

South Florida Travelers On Edge Over “Belly Bomb” Threat

A new warning from the U.S. government has South Florida air travelers on edge. Homeland Security officials are warning airlines that some al Qaeda operatives in Yemen are considering surgically implanting explosives into humans to carry out attacks.


Travelers braved the lineups at Miami International Airport, although the lines weren't as long as expected on December 22, 2010 (Source: CBS4)

MIA Welcomes Record-Breaking Number Of Passengers

A favorable first quarter for Miami International Airport sets-up the potential for another record-breaking year.