If you’ve ever traveled outside of the United States than you know first-hand that waiting to go through customs lines can be infuriatingly slow. But that’s going to change in Miami-Dade County.
Family and coworkers of Port Miami Tunnel worker Jerry Sherrell will pay their respects at a viewing Friday afternoon.
Global trade at South Florida’s two seaports and two international airports is at record levels. We look at how that is a driving, positive force and explain why world trade is something that impacts all of us who live and work here.
Governor Rick Scott started his day at the PortMiami as part of his Building Up Manufacturing Victory Tour.
President Barack Obama was South Florida Friday hoping to rally support and convince Congress to make larger investments in the United States’ crumbling infrastructure.
President Barack Obama will be making his way into Miami Friday afternoon which means there will be a traffic nightmare once again in downtown Miami.
A federal mediator announced Friday that negotiations between the International Longshoreman’s Association and U.S. Maritime Alliance have succeeded in extending the current contract for 30 days.
Competition is heating up for a place to park new cruise ships at South Florida ports, with the latest offering from Oceania Cruises arriving Thursday morning at PortMiami.
PortMiami welcomed Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and Pluto Wednesday morning as Disney Cruise Line celebrated its new homeport with Caribbean sailings departing from Miami beginning next month.
Carnival Cruise Lines is apologizing to gay passengers booked for an upcoming cross-dressing voyage for telling them they could not dress in drag on the ship, according to CBS4 News partner The Miami Herald.