Comedian Hannibal Buress Arrested On Intoxication ChargeA newspaper in Florida reported that comedian Hannibal Buress was arrested early Sunday on a disorderly intoxication charge after an encounter with a police officer.
Miami Jumps To No. 2 Behind Alabama; Oklahoma 3rd In AP Top 25The undefeated Hurricanes leaped five spots from No. 7 after routing Notre Dame on Saturday night. Alabama remained No. 1, where it has been since the preseason, getting 57 first-place votes. Miami received the other four first-place votes.
Miami-Area Students Return To School After Hurricane IrmaMiami-area students have returned to school amid ongoing Hurricane Irma cleanups.
Airports In South Florida Re-Open After Closing For IrmaThe airport for Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has re-opened Tuesday morning after closing as Hurricane Irma pounded the state.
Doctors Talk Miami Woman Through Delivering Baby During StormDoctors were forced to talk a Florida woman through delivering her baby at home while Hurricane Irma's outer bands lashed Miami.
Irma Causing Big Changes To Florida Sports SchedulesHurricane Irma's looming arrival is already preventing the Miami Dolphins and Florida International from hosting their respective home openers this weekend, with more changes almost certain to happen in the coming days.
NFL: Dolphins-Bucs Will Not Be Played In Miami This WeekThe NFL says the Miami Dolphins' season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will not be played in Miami this week.
David Beckham Closer To Having MLS Expansion Team In MiamiMajor League Soccer owners voted Wednesday to move into final stages with the soccer icon toward closing the deal on his long-awaited team, one that may begin play in a new Miami stadium in 2020.
Repairs Uncover Cocaine Worth $434K In Airplane's Nose GearAuthorities say 31 pounds of cocaine that was accidentally discovered stashed in the nose of an American Airlines aircraft in Tulsa is worth around $434,000.
Miami Cuban Celebration Turns To Reflection On Castro's DeathCelebration turned to somber reflection and church services Sunday as Cuban-Americans in Miami largely stayed off the streets following a raucous daylong party in which thousands marked the death of Fidel Castro.
Miami's Joyous Cubans Hope For Change With Castro's DeathFidel Castro's death triggered an emotional and long-awaited celebration in Miami's large Cuban-American community Saturday as peaceful demonstrators waved flags and honked car horns, many cheering with joy and others weeping for family members who didn't live to see this day.
Tarrant County Resident Who Visited Miami Contracts ZikaThis is the second case reported in Texas that involved travel to an affected area of Florida.