Tropical Storm Hermine Continues To StrengthenTropical Storm Hermine continues to strengthen over the Gulf of Mexico.
1 In Custody, 1 On The Run In I-95 Armed CarjackingArmed carjackers hit several cars on I-95, temporarily shutting down the highway Wednesday night.
Man Tries To Lure Girl Walking To Miami SchoolThe search is on for a man who reportedly tried to lure a 12-year old girl as she was walking to school in Miami.
22 Arrested As 'Operation: Bad Karma' Sweeps Through Ft. LauderdaleThis is a story of a community fighting to take back its streets and working with Fort Lauderdale police to make that happen.
Police: Man Threatens To "Exterminate" Gays In Wilton ManorsSocial media is exploding, sharing a threatening Facebook message posted under the name Craig Jungwirth.
Hola Santa Clara, JetBlue Begins Service To CubaJetBlue made history Wednesday morning with the first commercial flight to Cuba in more than 50 years Wednesday morning.
Supporters, Opponents Put Light Between Solar Measures Backers and opponents of a solar-energy proposal on the November ballot aren't making any predictions.
Dade Judge Retires After 20-Plus Years On The BenchA well respected Miami-Dade judge has hung up his robe.
Elections Supervisor Tries To Clear Name In Primary BlunderBroward County is known for being among the last of Florida's 67 counties to publish its election results after polls close, but on Tuesday, the county was in the spotlight for the opposite reason.
Gov. Scott Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of Tropical Storm HermineFlorida Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency in parts of the state ahead of Tropical Storm Hermine.
Miami-Dade Mayor Faces History Making RunoffCarlos Gimenez is facing a runoff, making him the first Miami-Dade mayor in modern history not to win re-election outright in the primary.
Mosquito Control To Spray Parts Of Broward In Zika FightMosquito Control crews will be spraying parts of Broward County Thursday - something meant to prevent the spread of the Zika virus.