Streets Turn To Streams As Heavy Rain Leads To Flooding In SW Miami-DadeSudden heavy rainfall in southern Miami-Dade County led to some intense flooding Thursday afternoon as streets turned into streams.
NE 12 Street Shutting Down To Pave Way For 'Signature Bridge' & I-95, I-395, SR 836 UpgradeHere we go again. Beginning Monday, a major highway construction project will shut down one of the most traveled roads in downtown Miami.
'This Is A Debate About Profit & Greed': Four Presidential Candidates Address Black Journalists At Miami ConventionA handful of Democratic presidential hopefuls participated in a candidate’s forum Thursday at the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) Convention in Aventura.
Trump Administration's Venezuela Embargo Looks To Harm Maduro RegimeIt has been characterized as maybe an ‘embargo light’ aimed at Venezuelan military and government officials and front companies who are selling off Venezuelan oil and gold.
BSO Investigating Child's Death Inside Van At Oakland Park DaycareA 2-year-old child was found dead in a van in Oakland Park Monday afternoon.
Silence From Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló As Rumors Of Resignation SwirlThe governor of Puerto Rico could do what protesters want and resign this week.
Florida Woman Shot Multiple Times, Left For Dead On Side Of RoadPolice are trying to find out what led to a woman being fatally shot and left alone on the side of a South Florida road.
Key Biscayne Third Florida City To Report Data BreachThe Village of Key Biscayne reported a data breach earlier this week, becoming the third Florida city to do so in the last few weeks.
Florida Man Released On Bond After Threatening Mass Shooting Against Broward Company That Fired HimA Florida man went on a threatening, profanity laced rant during a post in Instagram after being fired from his job.
Lawsuit Filed Against Weston FC Soccer Club Alleges Young Man Was Hazed, Sodomized By TeammatesThe soccer fields of Weston should be a place where dreams are born.
Miami-Dade SWAT Team Responds To Barricaded Man With Gun Inside Doral CondoAn armed standoff unfolding in Doral with officers saying they heard gunshots upon arrival to the scene.
Miami Beach Taking Climate Change, Rising Sea Levels Very SeriouslyThe debate over climate change is front and center in South Florida, and one city in particular.
Fort Lauderdale Pro-Choice Rally Joins Women's Rights Events Held Across The CountryIn coordinated rallies from Washington D.C. to Los Angeles, pro-choice advocates marched in protest against new laws restricting abortions in several states.
Miami-Dade Police Now Enforcing Strict Curfew On Underage TeensMiami-Dade teenagers are on notice.
Miami Family Suing Cuban Government, Spanish Hotel Chain Over Business Confiscated By Castro Regime In 1960'sA groundbreaking class action lawsuit has been filed against the Cuban government.