Scaffolding collapse off Brickell high-rise injures people, damages parked cars

One day after a scaffolding collapse sent dangerous debris flying straight down into Miami’s Brickell neighborhood during rush hour, streets remain shut down as crewsRead More

Bob Marley’s granddaughter joins hurricane relief efforts in Haiti

CAVAILLON, Haiti (WSVN) — Volunteers from South Florida who are helping a Haitian town that took the brunt of Hurricane Matthew’s fury had the opportunityRead More

South Florida volunteers aid in Haiti relief efforts

AQUIN, HAITI (WSVN) – Hundreds of pounds of food and supplies arrived in Haiti over the weekend, after hurricane Matthew tore through the island nation.Read More

South Florida community continues to gather supplies for Haiti

Residents in Haiti are still very much in need of help after Hurricane Matthew blew through and left thousands with little to nothing. South FloridaRead More

Miami Fire Rescue, Notre Dame d’Haiti Catholic Church send thousands of goods to Haiti

Ever since Hurricane Matthew battered the Caribbean, hundreds of volunteers across South Florida have been hard at work to do their part to help Haiti,Read More

Local supply donations to Haiti continue as Matthew death toll rises

South Floridians are coming together this weekend to collect supplies to send to Haiti, days after Hurricane Matthew claimed hundreds of lives in the impoverishedRead More

Miami Beach back in business after Hurricane Matthew

South Florida was spared the worst of Hurricane Matthew and now clean-up efforts have begun for residents and business owners. It’s business as usual alongRead More

Trump orders ‘cafecito’ in Little Havana day after presidential debate

Not even a full day after Monday’s historic presidential debate, Republican nominee Donald Trump headed to Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood and picked himself up anRead More

Jose Fernandez connected with children, charities

Jose Fernandez’s death over the weekend resonated beyond the sports world, to children and charities he connected with off the field. A few years ago,Read More

Cuban-Americans mourn Jose Fernandez, celebrate his journey to freedom

Members of South Florida’s Cuban-American community came together Sunday to mourn the death of Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, an athlete they championed as someoneRead More