Teen Shot, Killed On A Brownsville StreetA South Florida teen is dead, after he was shot in the middle of a Brownsville street early Tuesday morning.
Florida Developers To Plead Guilty In $36M Affordable Housing ScamFour developers are set to plead guilty to federal charges in connection to a an alleged $36 million affordable housing fraud.
Police Looking For Armed Gas Station RobbersPolice are looking for armed robbers who posed as customers in order to get into a gas station, and got away with money.
Teen Shot While Walking Home From MLK ParadeA 14-year-old remained in the hospital on Tuesday evening after being shot while walking home from a holiday event.
MDPD Officers Encounter Gunfire Miami-Dade Police officers working in a neighborhood Friday afternoon encountered gunfire.
Police Search Reviewed After Brownsville Man's DeathBy some accounts it was typical police work. A gang task force going after the bad guys.
Exclusive: Miami Police Chief Manuel Orosa Taking Steps To Curb CrimeMiami Police Chief Manuel Orosa says he’s taking steps right now to curb crime after a violent week in the Miami area in which two 16-year-old boys have lost their lives to gunfire and two others have been hospitalized with gunshot wounds.
One Dead, Several Injured In Series Of Miami ShootingsAn early morning shooting Monday capped off a violent weekend in the Magic City.
New M-D Police Director No Stranger To Dealing With ViolenceIn his first extended interview since becoming Miami-Dade County's Police Director, J.D. Patterson said he understands the damage that violence can do to a community as well as individual families.
Jon Hammar Speaks Out After Months Long Imprisonment In Mexico The South Florida Marine veteran released from a Mexican prison after a harrowing four-month ordeal is speaking out about his terrifying time behind bars.
Former Marine Released From Mexico Jail To Be Home Christmas EveJon Hammar, the 27-year-old former Marine from Palmetto Bay, is now back in the United States after spending almost five months imprisoned in Mexico.
Metrorail Station Resumes Service After Employee DeathThe Earlington Heights Metrorail station was shutdown Monday for more than five hours as police investigated the death of a Miami-Dade Transit employee..