City of Miami
Miami firefighters traded in their fire suits for black ties over the weekend.
In its continuing effort to reduce gun violence, the City of Miami Police Department held a gun buyback operation on Saturday but those who turned in weapons did not walk away empty-handed.
In its continuing effort to reduce gun violence, the City of Miami Police Department will hold another gun buyback operation on Saturday but you won’t walk away empty-handed.
At a solid waste center in Miami Thursday heavy equipment went about the business of destroying illegal equipment – electronic gambling machines, or, as they’re known in South Florida, maquinitas.
Bystanders mourning a man’s death got into a scuffle with police and at least one person was led away in handcuffs.
In its continuing effort to reduce gun violence, the City of Miami Police Department will hold its second official 2013 gun buyback operation of the year next week.
A man opened fire on his family inside a Miami home Wednesday night shooting his wife and her two children before killing himself, sources tell CBS4 News.
An elderly couple was shaken up Monday night after police say three men surrounded their SUV as they arrived home and carjacked them.
Another 79 guns are off the streets of Miami following the second gun buyback event of the year.
Saturday, the City of Miami will hold its second gun buyback event of the year, coming off the heels of an extremely successful event last weekend.