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.
Cruise Ports Close Ahead Of Hurricane Matthew Hurricane Matthew has not made landfall in the United States, but is already making a mess of travel plans in the southeast.
'Big Ship Era' Soon To Dock In FloridaA vessel displaying a Marshall Islands flag --- loaded with electronics, clothes, recyclables, and other consumer items from Shanghai, Tokyo and Busan --- will make its way through the new locks of the Panama Canal over the Independence Day holiday.
Royal Caribbean Planning New Terminal At PortMiamiRoyal Caribbean Cruises and Miami-Dade are partnering to build a brand new terminal that will bring some of the world's biggest cruise ships to Miami.
New Law Will Send More Money To PortsMore money will be floated yearly to the state's 15 seaports under a wide-ranging transportation bill signed into law Monday by Gov. Rick Scott.
Hundreds Of Counterfeit Hoverboards Seized At PortMiamiHundreds of potentially dangerous fake hoverboards were seized at Port Miami before they could make it store shelves.
Dade Pursuing Ferry Service Between PortMiami And CubaMiami-Dade is pursuing a ferry service from PortMiami to Cuba. County officials want to transform an empty waterfront property on the port's southwest corner into a terminal for the ferry.
All Clear Given After Security Scare At PortMiamiThe all clear has been given after a security scare on board the Norwegian Sky at PortMiami, which was being blamed on a passenger who boarded the ship without scanning their keycard.
Local Vigils Held For Victims Of Paris AttacksAt Miami International Airport, passengers arrived home from Paris after Friday's multiple terrorist attacks in the city of lights.
Security Increased At Miami Int'l Airport Post Paris AttacksPolice at Miami International Airport are on high alert following the Paris attacks.
Appeals Court Disqualifies Cruise Execs From Port DisputeFor the second time in three months, a state appeals court has ruled that two cruise-line executives should be disqualified from helping decide whether to reduce harbor-pilot payment rates at PortMiami.
Local Leaders Hold 'Homes For All Pets Summit’Local political leaders hosted a summit to discuss challenges and find creative new ways to continue working towards Miami-Dade County’s no-kill goal and to find homes for all pets.