It was an exciting night for dozens of television professionals at the 38TH Annual Suncoast Regional Emmy Awards at the Westin Beach Resort & Spa in Fort Lauderdale.
Have you ever said to yourself, “hey, I like soccer and I like boating. Why isn’t there a soccer ball-shaped watercraft?” Well, the strange desire to hybridize a ball and boating has materialized and it’s finally stateside.
Zoo Miami’s “Wildlife Prognosticator,” a 5-month-old binturong, will predict the winner of this year’s Sprint Cup Series Championship.
Zoo Miami is deeply saddened to announce the death of “J.J.,” the 34 year old silverback lowland gorilla who had become an iconic favorite to millions of zoo visitors for over three decades.
In September, a brigade of citizen scientists combed through the Coral Gables golf course using smarts phones and iPads to detect the high-frequency calls of the rare Florida bonneted bat. The volunteers went home empty handed, until one morning a lone dog walker heard a call coming from a nearby house.
Miami-Dade commissioners are scheduled to take a final vote on a $6.2 billion budget on Thursday.
Zoo Miami is sad to announce the passing of “King George,” the legendary King Cheetah who for over 15 years inspired audiences from Miami to New York to love and appreciate this majestic, yet incredibly rare carnivore.
CBS4’s Rhiannon Ally recently met up with Zoo Miami’s Ron Magill to look for a Dolphin. Not just any Dolphin, Lamar Miller!
Miami Dolphins running back Lamar Miller is entering his third season in the NFL after a successful college career at the University of Miami.
Zoo Miami’s Ron Magill tells the story of two generous people that changed his life and the animal’s lives at the zoo.