A $120 million dollar lawsuit has been filed against the United States of America by current and former federal government workers and their closest friends.
Retired Coast Guard commander Dennis Zecca admitted Monday morning in Miami federal court that he hired what he believed to be a hit man to kill one of the biggest realtors and developers in the Florida Keys.
A joint investigation between the Drug Enforcement Administration, the FBI, and Homeland Security brought investigators to the offices of World Jet in Fort Lauderdale Monday morning.
Drug buyback events across the Sunshine State have grown in popularity in recent years, so much so that the Drug Enforcement Administration is taking back literally tons of drugs.
A South Florida pilot who was reportedly caught with child porn on a laptop which also allegedly contained graphic descriptions of how he’d like to rape, torture and murder children is scheduled to go before a duty magistrate in Ft. Lauderdale on Monday.
A suspected pill was broken up in an upscale Fort Lauderdale neighborhood Wednesday at a location that authorities and CBS4 first visited more than two years ago.
The U.S. Coast Guard returned to port in Miami Beach Monday morning with millions of dollars of seized cocaine in tow.
The Drug Enforcement Administration reached a financial settlement with pharmacy giant Walgreens for the company violating rules dealing with the distribution of powerful prescription painkillers.
Two Colombians who were facing the prospect of spending the rest of their lives in a U.S. prison for drug trafficking will go home much sooner after prosecutors were accused of withholding evidence about payments by the Drug Enforcement Administration to police in the South American country.
In December, retired Coast Guard commander Dennis Zecca was arrested by federal agents in Marathon. Accused of conspiring to buy 10 kilos of cocaine, he was also charged with hiring a hitman to kill one of the town’s biggest realtors.