Miami Police Major Completes Last Day Before Becoming Ferguson ChiefMiami Police Maj. Delrish Moss says goodbye much like he does most things, with a smile, a hug and a casual, warm attitude.
Cuban Migrants Who Landed in SOBE Will Be Allowed To StayA group of good Samaritans stepped in to help Cuban migrants who came ashore in Miami Beach Monday morning - a sight tourists and residents did not expect.
Thousands Pack eMerge Technology ConventioneMerge Americas, a convention in its third year in Miami Beach, brings together technology experts, enthusiasts and investors from all over the world.
Miami Beach City Leaders Seek Ways To End “Floatopia” EventThousands of people celebrating an all-day pool float party on South Beach called Floatopia left behind mountains of trash.
Police Search For Man Who Attempted To Abduct Child Walking To SchoolAn investigation is underway after a young girl told police a man tried to abduct her on her way to school.
CRA Director Touts Accomplishments In OvertownHistoric Overtown is seeing plenty of new development. A trolley tour for the news media, through Overtown Tuesday morning had a singular purpose. To show that the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency or CRA is serving its residents.
Woman Accused Of Drugging And Ripping Off MenAuthorities arrested a duo accused of luring and robbing a man of his $28,000 Rolex watch.
Cuban Migrants Shot At Before Treacherous Journey Speak OutLess than 48 hours after 26 Cuban migrants were picked up just south of Key West, another group was found in the lower Keys. And in a bizarre twist, some of the migrants were shot trying to board the boat to the U.S.
South Florida Belgians React to Brussels Terror AttacksDenis Gustin was relieved to find a text from his mother, Danielle, that revealed her plane had departed minutes before the Brussels terror attacks.
Animal Activists Demand Release of "Lolita" After Big SeaWorld AnnouncementSeaWorld has announced that they are ending their orca breeding program.
U.S. Loosens Sanctions On Cuba AgainThe U.S. Treasury Department is restoring mail service between Cuba and the United States - a first in decades.