Red Air plane removed from MIA runway as NTSB officials continue crash landing investigation

A passenger jet has been removed from a runway at Miami International Airport days after making a fiery crash landing. Everyone on board Red AirRead More

Hispanic Floridians weigh in on inflation, immigration ahead of midterms in Emerson College poll

A new study from Emerson College surveyed Hispanics in Florida to gauge where they stand on several key issues just months before the midterm elections.Read More

Security guard caught on camera stealing from resident in Northeast Miami-Dade apartment complex

A security guard was caught on camera snatching something out of a resident’s purse while she was being tended to by paramedics. It all startedRead More

Second lane to I-95 from Dolphin Expressway expected to open soon

Drivers who have become accustomed to congestion on their commute from the Dolphin Expressway to Interstate 95 will soon be breathing a sigh of relief.Read More

Ron DeSantis stands firm on decision to not pre-order vaccines for kids

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is doubling down on his decision not to pre-order vaccines for kids. “We are not going to have any programs whereRead More

2 South Florida students have their space art launched into orbit after winning contest

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (WSVN) — Two South Florida students proved they have the right stuff after they won the top prize in an art contestRead More

Man dies following police-involved shooting in Southwest Miami-Dade

Miami-Dade Police officers, along with Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, converged in a Southwest Miami-Dade neighborhood to investigate a shooting involving one of their own. Shots wereRead More

Saharan dust traveling through South Florida may cause problems for certain people

Saharan dust above South Florida is causing danger, especially for those with breathing problems. The Saharan dust that has been traveling through South Florida mayRead More

Everglades Foundation Campaign urges campaign to teach how climate change threatens freshwater supply

South Floridians got an education in the Everglades. A survey revealed 95% of South Floridians don’t know where their drinking water comes from. The EvergladesRead More

Parkland father testifies before Congress in hopes of passing The Eagles Act bill, ‘help schools prevent violence before it happens’

WASHINGTON (WSVN) — Lawmakers are getting closer to working out the final details on gun legislation, and one South Florida voice is hoping one billRead More