American Traffic Solutions (ATS), the leading road safety camera provider in North America, wants drivers to see this year’s compilation of the worst red-light running crash videos in Florida and realize they are too dangerous to ignore.
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2016's worst red-light runners
New markers help commuters on I-95's express lanes drive safer
FDOT unveils plans to revamp I-95 express lanes
Overturned boat and trailer snarls traffic on southbound lanes of Palmetto
Video: Garbage truck plunges from bridge onto park
Video: Convertible in flames on Miami's Palmetto Expressway
Extreme commuters go the extra mile to get to work
Florida Keys canal filled with storm debris months after Hurricane Irma
Knife- and pipe-wielding suspect is shot dead after trying to attack police
Police hunt for hit-and-run driver that left 19-year-old unable to walk
Studies underway to raise roads in parts of the Florida Keys
Carollo victorious in court and ready to get to work
Tonia Harris leaves her home in Perrine at 6 a.m. to get to work in downtown Miami. She gets a ride to the Busway from her husband, boards a bus that takes her to the Dadeland South Station, then boards a train to the Government Center. She then walks to 155 NW Third Street to the Miami-Dade County Children's Courthouse. Tonia passes the time on the train reading, on the phone or talking to friends she's made over time commuting.
"Dreamers," supporters marched up to the front doors of Senator Marco Rubio's district office in Doral, but were denied access due to the government shutdown and Sen. Rubio's presence in Washington, D.C. to vote on the government shutdown on Monday, January 22, 2018.
Abdi Sanz participates in a training session with the FDC training group at Regatta Park in Coconut Grove on Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018. Sanz will be walking the 26.2-mile Miami Marathon on Sunday, despite having cancer and other illnesses. She wants to inspire people to go for their dreams.
On Monday, The Senate advanced a bill reopening federal agencies through Feb. 8 after Democrats relented and lifted their blockade against the legislation. The shutdown began Saturday after Democrats derailed a Republican measure that would have kept government open until Feb. 16. Democrats wanted to pressure the GOP to cut a deal protecting young immigrants from deportation and boosting federal spending.
Judge Thomas Rebull ruled in Joe Carollo’s favor Monday, allowing him to keep his Miami City Commission seat, after a lawsuit brought by Carollo’s political opponent, Alfonso “Alfie” Leon. The suit alleged Carollo did not reside in his West Brickell apartment for the required amount of time before qualifying for the election in November 2017. In that election, voters chose Carollo over Leon to represent them in District 3.
Body cam footage shows moments when Albuquerque Police shot and killed Daniel Saavedra-Arreola, 24, who hid in a vacant apartment's closet and tried to attack them with a 3-inch knife and a metal pipe.