By Terry Spencer, Russ Bynum, Associated Press
Rescuers searching for a fifth day for survivors of a Florida condo building collapse used bucket brigades and heavy machinery Monday as they worked atop a precarious mound of pulverized concrete.
By Stephanie Sy
Emergency crews continued searching the rubble for those still missing Friday as the Surfside, Florida community grieves the lives lost. Stephanie Sy has our report with Patricia Mazzei, the Miami bureau chief for The New York Times.
By Terry Spencer, Adriana Gomez Licon, Associated Press
With scores of firefighters working overnight to reach any possible survivors both from under and atop the remains of the building, hopes rested on how quickly crews using dogs and microphones to sift through the wreckage could complete their grim,…
By John Yang
Miami rescuers on Thursday searched the ruins of a beachfront building after it collapsed before dawn, killing at least one person and leaving at least 99 missing in the rubble. John Yang reports on the collapse, and Judy Woodruff is…
By Wilfredo Lee, Terry Spencer, David Fischer, Associated Press
A wing of a 12-story beachfront condo building collapsed with a roar in a town outside Miami early Thursday.
By Associated Press
After days of partying, including several confrontations with police, Miami Beach officials enacted a highly unorthodox curfew Saturday from 8 p.m. until 6 a.m.
Miami, one of the top tourist destinations in the U.S., has been hit hard by COVID and the travel shutdown. Officials at Miami International Airport say traffic is off by more than half, impacting hotels, restaurants, and hot spots like…
Pence said Thursday that their support in the battleground state is crucial to guarantee Trump’s reelection. About 2.4 million Latinos are registered to vote for the 2020 presidential election in Florida.
The former Vice president's first stop was in Little Haiti area of Miami, where he encouraged supporters to vote, because this is the "most important election."…
On Tuesday, Florida's Democrats said that his refusal to issue statewide orders requiring masks and closing beaches is killing Floridians and spreading the disease.
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