Hurricane Relief Supplies Donated By Keys Residents Headed To BahamasRoyal Bahamas Defence Force vessels are departing Key West Friday night and returning to the Bahamas with one ship carrying relief supplies.
Lawsuit Filed On Behalf Of 5 Polish 'El Faro' Crew Members' FamiliesThree days after the U.S. Navy located the ill-fated the cargo ship the El Faro on the bottom of the ocean off the Bahamas, attorneys in Miami filed suit against the ship's owner and the estate of its captain, Michael Davidson.
Feds: Wreckage Identified As Ill-Fated Cargo Ship 'El Faro' Federal investigators say they have identified the wreckage found 15,000 feet deep as El Faro ship, reported lost at sea.
Wreckage From El Faro Believed To Have Been FoundU.S. authorities have found the wreckage of what they believe is El Faro, the cargo ship missing since October 1st.
Memorial Service To Be Held At Port Everglades For 'El Faro' CrewMembers of the maritime community and law enforcement will gather Thursday to honor those lost at sea while on the ship caught in Hurricane Joaquin.
Debris Spotted As Crews Search For Ship Lost Off BahamasRescuers spotted floating debris and an oil sheen Sunday as U.S. crews continue an intensive search off the southeastern Bahamas for a U.S. cargo ship with 33 people on board.
Broward Commissioners Want More Research Before Banning KratomThe addictive herbal drug kratom will not be banned in Broward County – for now at least.
Carnival Vows To Pay Back Government For AidDoral-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.
Navy Training Mine Washes Up On Miami BeachA large cylindrical device washed ashore on Miami Beach early Monday has been identified. Police spokesman Juan Sanchez said the U.S. Navy confirmed that it was a training mine which had a ‘live’ blasting cap on it.
Former Navy Man Reels In 455lb SwordfishBeing a former Navy helicopter pilot, John White was used to having to outsmart the enemy. But he was battling a different kind of monster near Islamorada just three weeks after retiring from military service.
New Navy Destroyer Arrives In Key WestKey West welcomed in the U.S. Navy’s newest destroyer Friday afternoon ahead of a formal commissioning ceremony set for October 1.
Navy Orders Ships Out of Virginia U.S. Navy ships stationed in Virginia have been ordered to leave Norfolk Naval Station in preparation for Hurricane Irene.