Within the last two months, Miami International Airport immigration officials have arrested three foreign visitors for presenting forged documents. The cases are just three of the hundreds of similar cases Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers face every month at MIA and other international airports.
Looking for something to do with the kids this weekend? From a discussion with author Ridley Pearson at Books & Books, to Earth Day events at Zoo Miami and Pinecrest Gardens, check out our top picks here.
With South Florida at the epicenter of the nation’s HIV/AIDS pandemic, local activists prepare for this year’s 27th annual AIDS Walk Miami to benefit Care Resource, one of the region’s leading healthcare organizations.
A small group of local veterans calling themselves the Combat Hippies participated in a series of creative writing and storytellling workshops for an original performance on Sunday during the O, Miami poetry festival.
Investigators from the NTSB and FAA began the lengthy process of trying to piece together why a twin-turbine Piper PA 31 aircraft went down in a ball of flame in a field in Fort Lauderdale Sunday afternoon.
In the break between school years, a summer camp can give your child the nudge he or she needs to try something new. Does your son want to try music? Has your daughter always seen herself on stage? Whether it’s learning to ride a horse, program a robot or create an animated film, today’s sophisticated summer camps give kids the opportunity without a huge commitment.