CBS News is reporting new information on the case of missing former FBI agent and Coral Springs resident Bob Levinson.
Doral-based Carnival Corporation has finally agreed to reimburse the U.S. government for the costs related to helping save the Carnival Triumph in February and the Carnival Splendor in 2010, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
You could call 1248 Coral Way in Coral Gables a one of a kind. Four massive lots on tree lined roadway and a home dating back to 1929. It certainly is a Coral Gables original.
Even though hurricane season has been relatively quiet across South Florida; it’s still crucial to make sure your home can stand up to the power of a storm. So a lucky few are going to get hurricane proofed for free, thanks to the U.S. Government.
Dozens of people mistakenly told they had won the U.S. visa lottery are seeking to halt a follow-up July 15 drawing until their case is heard.
Dozens of people who were mistakenly told they’d won a spot to apply for a U.S. visa through the annual visa lottery system are suing the U.S. government.
At the Claude Pepper Federal Building in downtown Miami Friday citizens and federal employees expressed anxiety and anger over the prospect of a shutdown of government at midnight if Congress can’t reach agreement on a budget.
People who cannot afford a flu shot this year are getting help from Walgreens and the government.