S. Florida Retailers Promote Small Business Saturday Small business owners in South Florida hoped to reel in holiday shoppers by promoting the second annual Small Business Saturday.
3 Facing Prison Time In $1M Toilet Paper Scam A South Florida trio is facing up to two decades in prison after they were allegedly involved in a $1 million toilet paper scam in Palm Beach County.
Residents Voice Health Concerns After Hollywood Raw Sewage SpillCrews in Hollywood continue working to clean up a disgusting and stinky situation. The sewer pipeline that burst last week is now fully fixed but the clean-up effort on Taft street between Park Road and I-95 is just getting started.
Additional Repair Work Slated Overnight For Sewer Pipeline Repair work on the Taft Street sewer pipeline will continue into the overnight hours Saturday evening and Sunday morning, according to the city.
Search Continues For Missing N. Miami 11-Year-OldNorth Miami Police have asked for the public’s help as they continue to search for an 11-year-old boy who went missing Thursday. North Miami Police said that investigators are looking into possible foul play involving the his disappearance.
1 Arrested In Miami Gardens Park ShootingMiami Gardens police arrested one man in connection with the Bunche Park shooting. Friday’s arrest comes two days after the shooting that took place in Miami Gardens, where four victims were wounded by gunfire, including an 11-year-old boy.
SEC: FPL Income Up In 3rd QuarterFlorida Power & Light's earnings jumped more than 12 percent during the third quarter of 2011, though its parent company saw an earnings drop.
Jack The Cat Is Back After Disappearing From JFKThere’s a happy ending for the tale of a cat who has been missing for two months, and a South Florida woman played a big part in spreading the word through social media of his disappearance.
Charter Flights From FLL To Cuba BeginThe first charter flight from Fort Lauderdale to Cuba departed Saturday. Airline Brokers Company started non-stop flights once a week to Havana.
Postal Service May Study Possible Closings In S. FloridaThe U.S. Postal Service is expected to announce major changes that could include studying closing some sites.
Genting Groups Unveils Plan For New Miami Bayfront ResortJust three months after the purchase of the Miami Herald property a development company is ready to get to work with redesigning the Miami skyline.
Florida’s Tourism Numbers Were Hot, Hot, Hot This SummerFlorida has had to keep a wary eye on some hurricanes and tropical storms this summer, but the word from tourists has been "Bring on the tropical drinks!"
Singer Sean Kingston Meets With Couple Who Rescued Him Singer Sean Kingston met with the man and woman who were critical in his rescue after his personal watercraft crashed into the Palm Island Bridge in Key Biscayne during the Memorial Day weekend.
S. Fla. Company Offers New Spin On Human Flight ExperienceThrillseekers can fly like "James Bond" with a new watersport providing levitation-like flight, and it’s all because of a company located in South Florida.
New Florida Keys Attraction Provides Human Flight Visitors to the Florida Keys can now pretend to be and actually fly like "James Bond" with a new watersport providing levitation-like flight.