Hundreds of people walked or ran down the streets of Davie on Saturday, all in the name of helping women affected by domestic violence.
The NFL’s domestic abuse controversy isn’t going away anytime soon, as more and more players are being accused of violent actions.
The adoptive sister of Nubia Barahona, a young girl who died in the custody of her adoptive parents, has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Children and Families.
The video has been all over social media, and it’s difficult to watch. It shows ex-Ravens running back Ray Rice slug his then-fiancee Janay not once, but twice in an elevator at an Atlantic City Casino. She was knocked out cold, then dragged out and left sprawled on the ground, laying there, not moving.
Additional charges have been filed against a Weston doctor accused of assaulting his girlfriend.
Experts are warning of a growing form of domestic violence they call “digital abuse” when one partner uses technology to control and intimidate their significant other.
Former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Chad Johnson was placed on administrative probation Monday morning and will not have to show up in court for hearings moving forward.
Inspired by the merciless killing of a 10-year-old girl by her adoptive parents in 2010, the state Department of Children and Families (DCF) debuted a revamped Florida Abuse Hotline.