Laura Pollan, leader of Ladies in White opposition group, talks February 11, 2011, at her home in  Havana. The Cuban church announced the release of Pollan's husband, Hector Maseda, but Maseda said he won't leave jail until all the remaining prisoner do. (Source: ADALBERTO ROQUE/AFP/Getty Images)

Miami Mass Held For Cuban Founder Of Ladies In White

A mass will be held in Miami for Laura Pollan, the founder of Cuba’s Ladies In White. Pollan died Friday after she was hospitalized on Oct. 7 for acute respiratory problems.


(Source: AP)

Miami Man Shot Outside Home Dies

A 23-year-old Miami man has died after he was found shot outside his home, police said.


(Source: Cuban Government)

New Photos Show Castro ‘Alive And Kicking’ After Death Rumors

New pictures could put rumors of Fidel Castro’s death to rest. Last week, the rumors of the 85-year-old former Cuban leader’s demise surfaced. Days after, new pictures from a Venezuelan television interview became public proving the reports of Castro’s death to be premature.


Amy Winehouse performs on the Pyramid stage during day two of the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm, Pilton on June 28, 2008 in Glastonbury, Somerset, England.  (Source: Jim Dyson/Getty Images)

Late Amy Winehouse’s Only Wedding Was In Miami

British singer Amy Winehouse, 27, who passed away Saturday at her home in London had a Miami connection. Winehouse was married here four years ago.


(Source: Miami Herald)

Former Dade Commissioner Beverly Phillips Dies At 83

Beverly Phillips made herself heard during her four terms as a Metro-Dade commissioner. Known for her commitment to public service and no-nonsense style, Phillips died of natural causes in her Weston home on Wednesday.


(Photo Credit: Zoo Miami)

Baby Gorilla Born At Zoo Miami Dies

The baby gorilla recently born at Zoo Miami has died, zoo officials said. A complete necropsy will be performed in an effort to determine the cause of death.


Bill Haast poses in front of a cement serpent in this undated photo taken at the old Serpentarium in Miami. (HO / Nancy Haast)

Creator Of Miami Serpentarium Dies At 100

The man who mesmerized generations of paying customers from 1947 to 1984 by extracting venom at his Miami Serpentarium as a spine-tingling South Florida attraction is dead.


When body parts are donated, sometimes more gets taken than expected (Source: CBS4)

I-Team: Stealing From The Dead

“I go to bed at night praying I don’t wake up and think about it, and it’s the first thing I think about.” It is a horror, Karen Delre, a devoted daughter, can not erase from her mind.


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1 Dead, 2 Injured After Oakland Park Shooting

One person was killed and two others were taken to the hospital after an early morning shooting Saturday in Oakland Park, police said.



I-Team: Stealing from the Dead

In the second part of this I-Team investigation of the practice of harvesting tissue from cadavers, Michele Gillen explains why the practice is not against the law.