Gov. Rick Scott and Florida Surgeon General Dr. Celeste Philip announce on Friday, Aug. 19, 2016, that there are five known Zika cases in Miami Beach, in a 1.5-square-mile transmission zone in the city.
Gov. Rick Scott declares Zika zone in Miami Beach
Miami Beach police chief holds press conference after woman is killed by officer
Miami Beach Commissioner Michael Grieco drops re-election bid
City of Miami Beach employees help clean up the parks
Six-foot python found and captured on Lincoln Road
Water floods out from manhole cover outside South Beach hotel
Concerns arise over Miami Beach cat colony
Police raid massage parlors suspected of human trafficking
Miami Beach Convention Center's $600 million renovation more than half done
Miami Beach mayor on the recent storm damage
Sandbags come out as rainwater rises on Miami Beach
Police Chief Daniel Oates holds a press conference after a police officer shot and killed a woman who officers say caused at least one crash and knocked a cop to the ground in Miami Beach on Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017.
About 150 city employees reported to work after a harrowing hurricane weekend, some equipped with their own yard tools, to help clean up the Beach’s public spaces after Irma flooded streets and knocked power lines from poles across the island.
Maria Hernandez, Project Director for the Convention Center District talks about construction underway at the Miami Beach Convention Center on Tuesday, August 8, 2017. The city says construction is now more than half done.
Heavy rains brought flooded streets and flooded store fronts along Miami Beach Tuesday afternoon. LeeAnna Lough, of Oregon, found herself mopping up the art gallery that she owns with her husband Rodney Lough, Jr. a master wilderness photographer, at 737 Lincoln Rd.