Without Lionel Messi, Inter Miami loses 2-1 to Houston in US Open Cup final
Lionel Messi was not on Inter Miami’s roster for the U.S. Open Cup final against Houston on Wednesday night, marking the fourth match for club and country that he’s missed in recent weeks while dealing with some sort of leg issue.
Justice Department targets eBay for alleged unlawful sales of pesticides and other toxins
The U.S. Justice Department filed a civil complaint against eBay, claiming the online marketplace unlawfully sold and distributed hundreds of thousands of products like pesticides and motor vehicle emission-evading devices that violate environmental laws.
Dolphins RB encourages public to donate to GoFundMe created for Patriots fan who died at Gillette Stadium
Miami Dolphins running back Salvon Ahmed is encouraging fans to donate to a GoFundMe account to benefit the family of the New England Patriots fan who died after a fight erupted at Dolphins-Patriots game Sunday night.
Brightline begins service between Miami, Orlando after series of delays
The first big test of whether privately owned high-speed passenger train service can prosper in the United States launched Friday morning when Brightline began running trains between Miami and Orlando, reaching speeds of 125 mph.
Body cam video shows arrest of ‘violent’ armed robber who led police on chase throughout Miami-Dade
Local 10 News obtained exclusive body camera video Thursday of authorities arresting a “violent” armed robbery suspect who was part of a crime ring that led police on a chase throughout Miami-Dade County.
Miami man pleads guilty in 2020 boating crash deaths of young couple in the Bahamas
A Miami man who drove a powerboat at high speed into a rocky area off the coast of Bimini pleaded guilty Wednesday to involuntary manslaughter charges following the death of two passengers three years ago, according to the Department of Justice.
Warrant: Commissioner sidelined plan to help public school kids after taking private school cash
A plan to help public school kids was sidelined, investigators say, when Miami City Commissioner Alex Diaz de la Portilla began secretly taking in tends of thousands of dollars from owners of a controversial private school.
This Week in South Florida Full Episode: September 17, 2023
On the latest episode of This Week in South Florida, host Glenna Milberg welcomes Florida Secretary of State Cord Byrd, Miami city commission candidate Marvin Tapia and Miguel Gabela, Pinecrest Vice Mayor Anna Hochkammer and Doral Mayor Christi Fraga.
Alex Diaz de la Portilla corruption charges involve Miami’s controversial Centner Academy
The host of felony corruption charges lodged against Miami City Commissioner Alex Diaz de la Portilla and attorney William Riley Jr. center around a controversial private school and its plan to build a sports complex on public land, sources tell Local 10 News.