Officials Release 911 Calls Made Following Deadly FIU Bridge CollapseEfforts continue to reopen a main roadway following last week’s deadly pedestrian bridge collapse.
Thousands Of Acres Torched In SW Dade Brush FireHundreds of acres have been torched by a swift moving brush fire in southwest Miami-Dade.
Crews Break Ground In Project Aimed To Save Lives On Krome Ave Crews broke ground on a project aimed to save lives and make Krome Avenue, long known as one of the most dangerous roads in South Florida, a safer place.
Three Killed, One Critically Injured In Head-On CollisionA stretch of Tamiami Trail was closed for hours following a fatal head-on collision.
$20M Grant Awarded To Everglades Restoration ProjectThere's good news for the restoration of the Florida Everglades. A $20 million federal grant has been awarded by the U.S. Department of Transportation to elevate a section of highway blocking the natural flow of water into Everglades National Park.
Two Dead After Violent Crash On The Tamiami Trail A violent crash on a dangerous stretch of road left one car beyond recognition, and two drivers dead Monday.
Remains Identified, Suspect's Father May Have Inadvertently Helped Solve Case Police have confirmed the remains discovered inside of a submerged vehicle in a canal earlier in the week are those of Raquel Calderin.
Missing Woman's Vehicle Located In Canal, Human Remains InsideMiami-Dade police have located the vehicle of a woman who has been missing for more than a year. Officials said the car was found in a canal on Krome Avenue, one mile north of Tamiami Trail, with human remains inside.
Second-Largest Python Killed In Miami-DadeA giant python found and killed Tuesday is now the second largest python ever caught in the State of Florida.
Possible Record-Setting Python Killed In Miami-Dade CountyA giant python that was found and killed Tuesday may be the largest python ever caught in the state of Florida.
Gap Cut Into Old Tamiami Trail To Boost Water Flow Another step has been taken to increase the flow of water into Everglades National Park.
Early Morning Smoke, Fog Plaguing Alligator Alley DriversTraffic is moving quickly again on Alligator Alley after a portion was closed for a second time this week due to poor visibility.