U.S. Customs and Border Protection
A go-fast boat carrying $242 million dollars worth of cocaine was heading was being intercepted in the open waters off Panama, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials said Tuesday.
The Miami-Dade Police Bomb Squad safely destroyed a suspicious envelope after discovering the words “President Barack Obama” and “Clinton” were found scrawled inside.
It’s been a flood of flowers at the Miami International Airport Cargo Facility leading up to Valentine’s Day.
With the combination of hot weather and clear sunny skies, this weekend and the Fourth of July holiday are certain to bring out the boaters.
When you can buy high-priced, brand name merchandise for cheap prices, it means it’s probably fake and more than $10 million worth of fake brand name merchandise won’t be sold in South Florida or anywhere else after being seized at Port Miami.
Seven-point-three million dollars worth of cocaine will not make it to the streets of South Florida or anywhere else after the illegal contraband was found at Port Miami.
South Florida airports handle millions of visitors from around the world. With them they bring millions of bags, jam packed with some of the most bizarre things you can imagine. CBS4′s David Sutta takes you behind the scenes at Miami International Airport as U.S. Customs Agents round up crazy contraband.
A Boynton Beach Police Marine unit patrol working to educate boaters on manatee safety discovered something that weighed more than 1,300 pounds, but it wasn’t a sea cow.
More than $7 million worth of marijuana will not make it to the streets of South Florida or anywhere else for that matter after it was seized at the Miami Seaport.
The first charter flight from Fort Lauderdale to Cuba departed Saturday. Airline Brokers Company started non-stop flights once a week to Havana.