The Talmud is replete with miracles. The first 5 pages of the 5th chapter of Tractate Bava Basra (beginning here and ending here) are almost entirely dedicated to miraculous stories that happened to Rabba Bar Bar Channa.
Many of the miracles of the Talmud are subject to discussion if they are meant to be taken literally. However, some are generally accepted to be literal. For example, Tractate Taanis 25a has the account of Rebbi Chanina, whose wife accidentally lit vinegar for the Sabbath candles. Upon hearing her distress, Rebbi Chanina responded that "he who said that oil will light will let the vinegar light," and thus it happened that it stayed lit. (Taking this as non-literal would absolve the story of all meaning.)