Second Trial To Start In Boynton Murder-For-Hire Case, On 'Cops'A second trial is set to begin in the case of a Boynton Beach woman accused of hiring a hit man to kill her new husband - a proposal seen by millions on the show "Cops" and on the internet.
Broward Courthouse Workers: The Building Is Making Us SickFrustration and fear filled Broward's commission chambers Tuesday as prominent judges and courthouse workers exposed a dirty secret - the Broward County Courthouse seems to be making them sick, even killing them.
Life In Prison For Woman Accused Of Killing Miami Cop, Her BoyfriendIt's life in prison for Tiniko Thompson, the woman convicted of murdering her boyfriend, Miami Police Officer Carl Parick, in May 2014.
Weston Podiatrist Sentenced To 51 Months In Prison For Molesting Teen BabysitterBack in court – wearing jail blues, not scrubs – a South Florida foot doctor was sentenced Friday for molesting his family's babysitter.
Winner In Talc Lawsuit: Money Can't Make Up For Lost HealthA woman who won more than $70 million in a talcum power lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson says she is happy about the ruling but it doesn't make up for the damage to her health.
Judgement Day For DUI Driver Who Faced His Paralyzed VictimA drunk driver faced his victim in court Thursday - a woman he hit and left paralyzed years before.
Bill Gates Targets Supreme Court Justice With Donations Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates gave hundreds of thousands of dollars for an ad campaign to defeat state Supreme Court Justice Charlie Wiggins.
Miami-Dade Police Sgt. On Trial For Allegedly Stealing Gas Found Guilty On All 6 CountsA Miami-Dade police sergeant on trial for allegedly stealing gasoline has been found guilty on all six counts.
Man Charged In Death Of 2-Year-Old Gets 2017 Trial DateA Florida man charged with aggravated manslaughter in the death of his infant is going to trial two years later.
New CBS Show "Bull" Takes On The JuryActor Michael Weatherly plays Dr. Jason Bull in CBS's new show "Bull."
Jury Selection Underway In Case Of Murdered Broward DeputyNearly a decade after a Broward Sheriff's deputy was gunned down, three men accused of his murder are set to go on trial.
Florida Chief Justice Wants To Review Courthouse SecurityFlorida's chief justice wants to take a closer look security in courthouses across the state.