A life jacket and inflatable seat cushion likely saved the lives of two people stranded off Miami in the Atlantic Ocean Sunday.
The Memorial Day weekend is traditionally the start of summer and that means thousands of boaters will spend their holiday weekend on the water. That’s why a group of safety officials are urging you to take care of yourself and your family on the seas.
After exchanging his rhymes for crimes, a radio disc jockey who replaced music on a local classical station with offensive rap music decided to “face the music”.
The Miami Heat fan frenzy is in high gear as their team is on the brink of winning it all.
After four decades in the business, South Florida radio legend Jerry Rushin announced Wednesday that he will retire in June.
The Republican National Committee will begin airing TV and radio ads in Florida they hope will inspire Hispanic voters in advance of the 2012 election.
For the next-to-last time ever, space shuttle astronauts floated out of the International Space Station and closed the hatch behind them as they prepare to come home this week.
As South Florida and Dolphins fans continue to mourn the loss of former Dolphin player and broadcaster Jim Mandich, his former team and his family are giving fans the chance to be a part of honoring his memory.
A new generation of managers is taking the reins at the U.S. government’s radio and TV broadcasts into Cuba, promising to overhaul the stations’ programming in an effort to make them more relevant and reach a younger audience.
A memorial service will be held Friday in Wilton Manors for longtime South Florida radio host Neil Rogers who died earlier last month.