Chief Investigator Michele Gillen
By national historic landmark standards, it is supposed to be a valued little treasure of a 1930’s house. A pastel gem in the heart of Coral Gables. But month by month, day by day, clapboard by clapboard, it is disintegrating.
There was an overflowing and emotional turn out on Friday night, as a grassroots movement gained support in exposing the risks of firefighters to cancer.
If you ask mental health counselor George Mallinckrodt about prison inmates suffering from mental illness he will quickly share this message, “They shouldn’t be taunted, tormented, beaten and killed.”
It was an early morning one Miami Dade Corrections Officer says she will never forget. A frightening free-for-all, she recalls, inmates out of control on the 6th floor of the Miami Dade Jail.
Calls for action and change are echoing across the South Florida community as the Miami-Dade Jail and the Department of Corrections comes under scrutiny and the spotlight.
Carlos Mejeas can’t forget the shock of finding a woman named Michele Bell and a half dozen other strangers living in his six bedroom Miami house, which was on the market for rent.
As the investigation continues into what drove a Connecticut man to open fire in an elementary school, killing 20 children and six adult, many people struggle to comprehend why.
Michael Marino beams with pride and gratitude to a very famous dad, Dad Marino.