Attorney: Phone Video Proves Cruise Passenger Didn't Jump OverboardThe Broward Sheriff's Office is investigating what led to a man going overboard and falling to his death on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship.
Wreckage From El Faro Believed To Have Been FoundU.S. authorities have found the wreckage of what they believe is El Faro, the cargo ship missing since October 1st.
Customs Agents Discover Pests At Port EvergladesU.S. Customs agents discovered a pest considered a threat to crops, inside a shipment at Port Everglades.
Memorial Service To Be Held At Port Everglades For 'El Faro' CrewMembers of the maritime community and law enforcement will gather Thursday to honor those lost at sea while on the ship caught in Hurricane Joaquin.
Cruise Lines Change Plans Due To TS ErikaA number of cruise lines are opting to change their itineraries in response to Tropical Storm Erika.
Broward 100: A Celebration Of Past & PresentFrom its swamp beginnings, to spring break days, to becoming home to one of the most important economic ports in the country, Broward County has lived a full life turning 100 years old this year.
Boil Water Advisory Issued For Broward LiftedA boil water order for parts of Broward County has been lifted. The boil water advisory was issued Monday after an untreated water sample taken from one of the wells that feeds into the George T. Lohmeyer Wastewater Treatment Plant tested positive for E. coli.
Cruise Execs Removed From Port Everglades DisputeA state appeals court has ruled that two cruise-ship company executives should be kept off a panel that will determine whether to reduce payment rates for harbor pilots at Port Everglades.
Many Broward Residents Remain Under Boil Water AdvisoryMany residents in Broward County remain until a boil water order Monday after a water sample tested positive for E. coli.
E. Coli Scare Prompts Boil Water Advisory Across BrowardPeople living in various cities across Broward County should keep from drinking or using tap water without boiling or somehow filtering it first.
Focus On South Florida: Seafarers’ House90 percent of everything we use, consume and wear comes to us aboard cargo ships.
Broward's Port Everglades Clear To Widen, Deepen ChannelsBroward County's Port Everglades has received a new report that clears the way for it to begin the next phase of deepening and widening its channels.