Miami Beach Prepared For Hispanic Heritage MonthMiami Beach is a cultural hub teeming with a Latin community that knows how to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.
Miami Beach Swapping Styrofoam Coolers Instead of handing out violations, the City of Miami Beach is giving Styrofoam cooler-toting individuals a break by swapping them for a reusable, non-Styrofoam cooler.
Veterans And The Fallen Honored In Miami Beach On Memorial DayIn honor and remembrance of our veteran’s ultimate sacrifice, a wreath-laying ceremony was held in Miami Beach Monday.
Local Firefighters Grant 3-Year-Old Cancer Patient's WishThree-year-old Scarlett, through her bouts of chemo to battle bone cancer, has made it known that she would love to visit a fire station.
Club Madonna Reopens Despite Human Trafficking InvestigationThe South Beach strip club at the center of a human trafficking investigation was allowed to reopen Monday after being shutdown for two weeks.
Miami Beach City Manager Denies Claim That He Shutdown Club Madonna Over Bribe & Liquor LicenseSaturday is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. but, every year in the U.S. hundreds of thousands of people are forced into slavery and trafficked. In Florida it happens more than we might think. According to the Florida Coalition Against Human Trafficking, Florida is considered a human trafficking hub.
Water Main Break On Alton Prompts Precautionary Water Boil AdvisoryA water main break on Alton Road didn’t help rush hour traffic Wednesday evening--and also left some customers without water for a few hours. Now, a precautionary boil water advisory is in effect.
A New "Hi Tides" Era Begins On Miami Beach High school football is coming back to Miami Beach Senior High School following a $2.4 million renovation of the Hi Tide’s field.
Teen's Family Files Lawsuit Against City Of Miami Beach Police Over Taser DeathThree weeks after 18-year-old Israel Hernandez LLach died after being shocked by a police Taser, his family is suing the City of Miami Beach and its Police Chief Raymond Martinez.
Tidal Flooding Still A Concern In S. Fla's Low Lying Areas While the world's attention is focused on the northeast, Sandy left it's mark on South Florida with standing water and tidal surge from Broward to Miami-Dade.
Miami Beach Officer Arrested On Racketeering Charges Bonds Out Of JailA six year veteran of the Miami Beach Police Department appeared in bond court Thursday morning, charged with racketeering, fraud, and official misconduct.