Millions of mosquitoes were released in South Miami's Brewers Park. The mosquitoes, however, are special, as they are bred in a laboratory to carry the naturally occurring Wolbachia bacteria, which will help control the insect's population.
Public Health February 9, 2018
Emergency doctors were baffled on what to do when an unconscious man with a 'Do Not Resuscitate' tattoo was wheeled into the emergency room. The medical staff had to ask ethical consultants if the request should be honored.
Public Health December 3, 2017
A woman caught a police car speeding in Miami. In the series of videos, she asked the officer to pull over, explained that he is going too fast, then got an apology from him.
Society February 2, 2016
Three months after the tragedy, a three-year-old boy who accidentally shot himself in the head is now in recovery. Doctors say his case is miraculous.
Life November 11, 2015
Audi has just announced 'Audi At Home.' The service enables residents of the LUMINA condominium in San Francisco or the Four Seasons in Miami to book cars with their mobile phones.
Apps/Software November 10, 2015
Researchers found that several U.S. cities are at risk of becoming submerged in water because of the impact of global warming on the rise and fall of sea levels. Miami and New Orleans are two such cities mentioned in the report.
Animals October 15, 2015
Florida has a big snail problem. The African land snail population is growing, so state officials have to act fast and effectively to eradicate the snails.
Earth/Environment August 7, 2015
For committing a number of violations, a blood bank in Miami was closed down by the FDA. The agency has not done anything like this in more than 10 years.
Life July 18, 2015
Named the Surge Structure Atmosphere Interaction, or Sustain, the laboratory will help researchers understand what causes some storms to fizzle out and some storms to grow into epic proportions.
Animals May 31, 2015
Lil Wayne just became the latest victim of swatting.
Movies/TV Shows March 13, 2015
Armed robbers hijacked an armored truck parked alongside Interstate 95, and went away with 275 pounds of gold bars. The loot was estimated to be worth more than $4 million.
Society March 3, 2015
The world-renowned art fair Art Miami went out with a bang this weekend. Someone actually walked off with a piece of work by Pablo Picasso.
Movies/TV Shows December 8, 2014
The iconic 103-year-old bar in Miami - Tobacco Road - closed its doors over the weekend to make way for developers. However, the bar - once the haunt of Al Capone - will reopen at a new venue soon.
Business October 27, 2014
AT&T is launching its fastest Internet service available in Austin, Texas, with Miami to follow. The new speeds can get as high as 1 Gbps, putting those regions at the top for speedy Internet service, and heating up the competitive space.
Internet August 12, 2014
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