Law enforcement officers from all over South Florida gathered Thursday night at Tropical Park for the annual Miami-Dade Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Ceremony.
Looking to meet your purrfect match? Then head to Tropical Park before midnight Saturday for the ASPCA Mega Match-A-Thon presented in conjunction with Miami-Dade Animal Services and other animal adoption services and shelters.
While Friday nights are usually reserved for celebrating the long-awaited weekend, this weekend, South Floridians will also have the chance to save a life.
You’ve probably heard of Occupy Miami but Saturday, it was BARKupy Miami that filled Tropical Park with four-legged friends and their owners fighting for the right to vote on laws that would save animals.
The father and step-mother of Amanda Haworth tell CBS4 they are horrified by damage to the Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Tropical Park that may have been done by a drunk driver.
The Dolphins season opener is next week, but many excited Dolfans couldn’t wait to show their love for the hometown team.
Homeowners frustrated by the increasing insurance costs gathered Saturday afternoon to protest future rate hikes being proposed in the state legislature.
Thousands of teachers turned up at Tropical Park Saturday to eat BBQ and to protest Tallahassee lawmakers who they say are threatening the future of Florida’s school children.