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There were some dramatic moments inside a Fort Lauderdale courtroom Tuesday as a 69-year-old man who shot and killed a U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agent in 2008 is seen on videotape clutching his own chest and having trouble breathing.
The man at the center of a ‘Stand Your Ground’ defense is giving his version of what led to a deadly shooting four years ago in Pembroke Pines.
Testimony continued in a Broward County courtroom Thursday as a man accused of gunning down an off-duty federal agent in 2008 tries to convince a judge he did it in self defense.
A family’s plea for help has apparently paid off as Miami police make an arrest in the case of a murdered South Florida mother due to tips from the public.
Miami-Dade police continue to investigate a deadly shooting at a Northeast Miami-Dade apartment complex Friday morning.
Walmart employees in Margate are mourning the loss of a popular loss prevention officer after he was gunned down by a fleeing thief Friday night.
Police have identified the two teenage brothers who were shot and killed Monday night after gunfire broke out among a group of people who gathered in Little Haiti.
A shooting in Overtown has led to the death of one person and the arrest of another.
A cell phone store employee turned the tables on a suspected robber Friday night, shooting him dead as he allegedly attempted to hold up the business.