Along Brickell Avenue and Brickell Bay Drive, the city of Miami ripped out real grass and replaced it with artificial grass. Residents are upset, saying the fake grass creates a smell when dog urine and uncollected poop can't degrade into the ground.
The city of Miami Beach is considering placing speed restrictions for watercrafts and motorboats that go under bridges. Engineers say salt water sprays from the vehicles cause corrosion to the bridges.
Sewage bubbled up along Superior Street in Opa-locka after the pump station went out. Mary Davis shows a herald reporter the flood of sewage. The pump then sprung a leak, spraying sewage water across the street.
Miami-Dade Police are investigating a possibly fake viral video at Miami’s Flea Market USA that shows a green-haired woman with shooting into a man’s car and taking a child out of the backseat before speeding off.
Ahead of the holiday weekend, local beaches remained open on Friday amid moderate levels of red tide high enough to trigger symptoms, including coughing and fish kills. Local officials will offer advisories rather than close beaches.
Opa-locka police are investigating an alleged road rage incident along Northwest 135th Avenue in which the driver of a car shot a truck driver in the face after the two vehicles collided Friday morning.
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue received a call of a tractor trailer fire on the Gratigny Pkwy & NW 42 Ave. When units arrived they found the vehicle fully engulfed in fire. They worked quickly to extinguish the fire. No injuries were reported.
Miami-Dade police are investigating an attempted armed robbery that occurred inside a pharmacy. The victim was approached by a male who placed a bag on the counter and demanded money. The victim did not open the register and the suspect fled.