Virgin Planning Massive New Terminal At Port MiamiVirgin has plans to grow its presence in South Florida even more.
World's Largest Cruise Ship Makes Miami DebutThe world's largest cruise ship sailed into Miami for the first time Friday.
Small Plane Crashes Into Water Off Government Cut At Port MiamiOne man has been rescued after a plane he was piloting went down in the water off of Downtown Miami.
Child Dies After Falling From Carnival Cruise Ship DeckAn 8-year-old girl did not survive a fall from a second-story balcony aboard a cruise ship docked at Port Miami on Saturday.
Atty. General Sessions Brings 'Sanctuary Cities' Debate To South Florida Attorney General Jeff Sessions is coming to Miami-Dade County amid a crackdown on so called Sanctuary Cities.
Bomb Squad Investigates Smoking Luggage At Port MiamiThe bomb squad was sent out to Port Miami after reports of smoke emanating from a piece of luggage.
Technical Issue Put A Damper On Cruise To CubaA ship scheduled to head to Cuba, returned to Port Miami due to a technical issue.
Carnival's Historic Cruise Arrives In Cuba In a historic voyage, the first ship coming from the U.S. arrived in Cuba Monday morning.
Beckham's MLS Plans For Little Havana Hit Another SnagSoccer star David Beckham's plans to bring Major League Soccer to Miami have hit another snag, as his group's latest proposal to build a stadium next to Marlins Park baseball stadium appears to be in serious jeopardy.
Appeals Court Disqualifies Cruise Execs From Port DisputeFor the second time in three months, a state appeals court has ruled that two cruise-line executives should be disqualified from helping decide whether to reduce harbor-pilot payment rates at PortMiami.
Group Holds 1st Public Forum On Possible Miami MonorialA group who is pushing for a high speed rail in Miami-Dade is holding its first public forum on the matter on Monday.
NOAA Says Port Miami Dredge Disaster For Reef In a project all but finished, the Army Corps of Engineers has dredged the channels at and leading to Port Miami for nearly two years, but another U.S. government agency says the Corps wreaked environmental havoc in the process.