Marijuana Hidden Inside Fake Key Limes, WatermelonsWhat looked like Key Limes from afar, ended up being 4,000 pounds of marijuana.
Miami-Dade Creates Opioid Addiction Task Force To Combat Drug EpidemicMiami-Dade authorities met on Monday with the goal of reducing opioid and heroin addiction.
After Crash, Teen Texts Mom To Grab Drugs From His TrunkA teenager texted his mother from the back of an ambulance after he was injured in a crash, asking her to grab a drug-filled suitcase from the trunk of the car, according to officials.
5 Things To Know About America's Synthetic-Opioid EpidemicGovernment scientist say there's an emergence of a new class of deadly drugs made to mimic the prescription painkiller fentanyl which is 100 times more powerful than morphine.
16 Arrested In 'Operation Dragon Slayer' Drug BustMiami-Dade Police arrested more than a dozen people in connection to a year-long investigation into the sale of dangerous drugs in South Florida.
Suspected Colombian Drug Boss Behind Bars In MiamiA suspected Colombian drug trafficker appeared in a federal courtroom in Miami less than 24 hours after arriving in the U.S.
Suspected Colombian Drug Boss Extradited & Booked In MiamiA suspected Colombian drug boss has been booked into the Federal Detention Center in Miami after being extradited to the U.S.
Back In Miami Beach, Coast Guard Returns With $11.6M Of CocaineCoast Guard crews offloaded seized cocaine at their Miami Beach base earlier this week.
Broward Medical Examiner Warns Of Deadly Synthetic Drug Used To Sedate ElephantsA powerful drug - used to sedate elephants - has arrived in South Florida and is killing those who use it.
Heroin: The Silent Killer Pt. 3Heroin claims thousands of lives each year. The so-called "Silent Killer" can ruin lives, but recovery is possible.
Heroin: The Silent Killer Part 2Every day in South Florida, first responders are answering heroin overdose calls at a rate of one every two hours. Local leaders say we are at “crisis level”.
Heroin: The Silent Killer Part 1On any given day in South Florida, paramedics will field at least a handful of overdose calls.