Iranian Detained At Port: "I Thought Maybe It Won't Happen To Me"A green card-holding Iranian chemical engineer who lives in San Francisco has been released by U.S. Customs officials at Port Everglades.
Port Everglades Calls Off Pact With Cuba After Governor's ThreatCuban business leaders toured Port Everglades Thursday and met with port officials but were unable to complete the highlight of it - a cooperation pact.
Extra Security Measures In Place At Miami International Airport & PortMiamiMiami International Airport and PortMiami have upped their security measures following a shooting Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International.
Port Everglades Deepening Project Given Green LightPlans to deepen and widen Port Everglades have been given the green light.
Port Everglades Opts For App To Speed Up Cruise Passengers' ReturnAn app - used to speed up passport control - is now being used for cruise ship passengers at Port Everglades.
Worker Severely Hurt After Port Everglades Saw AccidentIt was a dangerous day on the job for a Port Everglades employee who suffered a serious injury from a work saw.
Port Everglades Worker Run Over By TruckA worker was killed in an accident at Port Everglades.
Lawsuit Seeks Coral Protection In Port ProjectEnvironmental groups want a federal court to order more protection for coral reefs during the planned expansion of Port Everglades.
Suit Seeks To Protect Corals From Port Everglades DredgingSeeking to protect the coral reefs near Port Everglades which may be damaged if a dredging project moves forward, an environmental and a recreational dive group have filed suit in Miami federal court.
Ship's Crew Stranded For Months Off Port EvergladesThe MV Delphinus unloaded her cargo at Port Everglades April 12th and was promptly seized by the government.
Worker Falls Into Cargo Ship At Port EvergladesRescue crews worked to help a worker who had a long fall down into a ship at Port Everglades Friday afternoon.
Groups Argue Port Everglades Project Would Damage ReefsConservation groups are planning to sue the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers unless plans to deepen Port Everglades are altered to protect already-threatened reefs.

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