Lolita the killer whale’s health stabilizes at Miami Seaquarium

The Miami Seaquarium is looking after Lolita the killer whale. The park said the Orca’s health has stabilized after suffering from respiratory condition early thisRead More

Floridians to save 25 cents per gallon on gas during October tax holiday

Floridians will be feeling some gas relief in October. As people recover from Hurricane Ian, a state-wide gas tax holiday began over the weekend. TheRead More

Hurricane Ian Disaster Relief Drive at Dolphin Mall accepting donations to support West Coast survivors

Several South Florida organizations came together to collect necessary supplies for Hurricane Ian survivors. On Monday morning, a drop-off site opened in Sweetwater at DolphinRead More

Firefighters extinguish abandoned building blaze in Coconut Grove

Charred remnants of a Coconut Grove building are now taped off. An abandoned three-story building was found ablaze on Main Highway, near Commodore Plaza, aroundRead More

MDPD officer arrested after allegedly shooting gun while drunk outside Sunrise home

A domestic argument led to the arrest of a Miami-Dade Police officer after, investigators said, he shot a gun outside his Sunrise home while inebriated.Read More

Small fire ignites in science room at UM in Coral Gables; no injuries

A small fire broke out at the University of Miami’s Coral Gables campus. According to officials, the blaze ignited Sunday morning in a science room.Read More

35-year-old man who went missing in Brickell found safe

Police have located a man hours after he was reported missing from Miami’s Brickell section. According to City of Miami Police, 35-year-old Matthew Brian DeatlehRead More

Local Iranians protest death of 22-year-old woman arrested for showing hair

South Floridians took to the streets of downtown Miami to show their support and solidarity for demonstrators in Iran. Local Iranians gathered at the TorchRead More

1st responders from 16 South Florida agencies head to Lee County to help Ian victims

With millions of people still without power after the destruction caused by Hurricane Ian, South Florida is sending support to some areas that were hitRead More

Woman swept away by rogue wave at South Pointe Park says ordeal left her traumatized

A woman who was one of six people swept into Government Cut when a rogue wave crashed against a boardwalk in Miami Beach said theRead More