Daughter Of Woman Allegedly Battered By Former Mayor Speaks OutThe 16-year-old daughter of a woman accusing a former Miami-Dade mayor of battering her is speaking out.
Former Mayor Bonds Out After Appearing Before Domestic Violence JudgeFormer Miami-Dade Mayor and Police Director Carlos Alvarez is out on bond after going before a judge in domestic violence court on Thursday.
Domestic Violence Survivor Lives Life With “No More Tears”To an outsider, Valerie has a picture perfect life. But the path to the peace she feels now was often filled with pain.
Witness Describes Stabbing That Set Off Wild Police ChaseNew details have emerged after a violent attack that left a woman stabbed and a police pursuit through Miami-Dade County.
Slew Of Charges For Man Accused Of Stabbing Girlfriend, Fleeing PoliceA 34-year-old man accused of several violent crimes was officially booked at a Miami-Dade jail on Saturday.
Study: Abuse During Pregnancy Linked To Health Defects In BabiesDomestic violence during pregnancy doubles the risk of preterm birth and low birth weight, a new study says.
Florida Court Hears Case Challenging Abortion Waiting Period Law A Florida court will hear a case challenging a state law that requires women wanting an abortion to wait at least 24 hours before getting the procedure done.
Husband, 81, Charged After Wife Is Attacked With HammerA man has been charged in an attack that left his wife in critical condition Saturday inside their Miami apartment.
Hammer Attack Hospitalizes Woman, Husband ArrestedA woman was left in serious condition after she was allegedly attacked by her husband with a hammer in their Miami home.
Dodgers' Yasiel Puig Brawls Bouncer At Miami BarLos Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig reportedly suffered facial bruising and a swollen eye during a fight with a bouncer at a Brickell nightclub.
Search Underway For Miami Man Considered Armed, Dangerous Miami Police are searching for a man wanted in a domestic violence case and he is considered armed and dangerous.
Florida's Crime Rate Drops But Sexual Assaults Are RisingFlorida's overall crime rate is dropping, but the number of reported sex offenses and sexual assaults is rising.