Florida May Be Breaking Law In Selling Personal Info To CompaniesU.S. Senator Bill Nelson is asking the federal government to investigate Florida's practice of selling residents' personal information to private companies.
Justice Dept. Will Have Eyes On Florida On Election DayThe Justice Department will monitor polls in 28 states, including Florida, on election day, officials said Monday.
Justice Dept. Wants Pulse 911 Case Kept In Federal CourtThe U.S. Department of Justice on Friday appealed a ruling involving whether hundreds of 911 calls recorded during a massacre at a gay nightclub in Florida can be released.
Justice Dept. To Phase Out Use Of Private PrisonsThe U.S. Department of Justice says they will be phasing out their use of privately owned prisons.
South Florida Remembers Trayvon Martin At Weekend EventThe Trayvon Martin Foundation hosted it's 4th annual Remembrance Weekend featuring music, entertainment and a memorial Peace Walk and dinner.
Federal Investigation Underway Into Florida Mosque ThreatFederal authorities are looking into a threat made against a Florida mosque.
Comcast Experimenting With Internet Data LimitJust three years after Comcast began offering unlimited service for home use, the nation's largest cable and broadband provider has begun charging extra for heavy data usage.
S. Fla Airports Prepare For Change Amid American-US Airways MergerUS Airways makes its final flight ahead of a merger with American Airlines.
DOJ Awards $1 Million To MDPD For Body Camera PurchasesThe program to outfit Miami-Dade Police Department officers with body-worn cameras has received a huge boost from the Department of Justice.
Florida Keys Man Arrested For Plotting To Use Weapon Of Mass DestructionA South Florida man, charged with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction in Key West, appeared in court Tuesday.
Review Requested In Case Of Fmr. Officers Accused Of Racist BehaviorThe city of Fort Lauderdale is requesting the U.S. Department of Justice review it's handling of an internal affairs case involving four former police officers accused of racist behavior.
Family Wishes To Release Video Of Miami Gardens Police ShootingFirst they asked for an independent review of the shooting. They followed that up with a lawsuit. Now, the family of Lavall Hall has requested the Miami-Dade State Attorney allow them to make public a copy of a Miami Gardens Police recording of the actual shooting.