The "Save Your Seat" fundraiser for Miami Marine Stadium launched on Thursday, July 7, 2016. Three hundred limited-edition wooden armchairs dating back to 1963 are on sale for $500 a pop, historical value included, in an effort to raise money for the stadium's renovation.
Miami Marine Stadium: Save Your Seat
25-foot boat capsizes seven miles from Key Biscayne
PETA protesters gather outside of the Miami Seaquarium on the anniversary of Lolita's capture
RCI boat storage
Marina Parc boat storage
Woman finds an iguana in her toilet
Mangroves at Miami’s Marine Stadium get the chop
Author on Trump and Crandon's golf course
Instagram video shows collapse of FIU pedestrian bridge
Pulse shooter calls 911 a second time (unedited)
Pulse shooter pledges allegiance to ISIS
Recovery operations continue at the site of the collapsed FIU pedestrian bridge
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue along with the US Coast Guard responded to a report of a 25-foot boat capsized seven miles southeast of the Cape Florida Lighthouse in Key Biscayne on Monday, March 5, 2018. Upon arrival, Fireboat 73 observed the capsized vessel and found four boat passengers in the water in seemingly good condition. Fireboat 73 brought them onboard and performed an assessment of their condition. All four persons were safely transported back ashore.
Chris Lagergren, 47, from Pembroke Pines, protests outside of the Miami Seaquarium on Tuesday, Aug. 8 2017, in Key Biscayne to remember the anniversary of Lolita the Killer Whale's capture from the Puget Sound 47 years ago.
Faced with yet another obstacle in the struggle to host a controversial boat show at Miami Marine Stadium on Virginia Key, Miami city workers found a simple solution last month: chop it down. Video by Pedro Portal / El Nuevo Herald staff
FILE from March 10, 2018: Early morning view of the main span of the FIU-Sweetwater UniversityCity Pedestrian Bridge as it was lifted from its temporary supports, rotated 90 degrees across an eight-lane thoroughfare and lowered into its permanent position over SW 8 Street. The 174-foot, 950-ton section of the bridge was built adjacent to Southwest Eight Street using Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC) methods, which are being advanced at FIU's Accelerated Bridge Construction University Transportation Center (ABC-UTC). The bridge was designed by FIGG Bridge Engineers and built by MCM. Barnhart Crane and Rigging operated the Self-Propelled Modular Transporters that placed the bridge on its permanent supports.