BSO Hosting Gun Safety Course In Wake Of Accidental ShootingsThe Broward Sheriff’s Office is hosting a free gun safety course for children Tuesday night.
FBI Releases Photographs Of Ft. Lauderdale Bank RobberThe FBI has released surveillance pictures of a person wanted for a bank robbery in Fort Lauderdale on Thursday.
Officials Find Second Gun In A Week At Miami International Airport For the second time in a week, a firearm has been recovered at Miami International Airport.
Police Rush To UM Campus After Weapon Is DischargedPolice from two agencies rushed to the School of Communication on the campus of the University of Miami on Friday after a report of a weapon being discharged.
FBI Releases Photo Of Ft. Lauderdale Bank Robber The FBI is looking for a robber who walked into a bank Thursday and left with money.
House Passes Bill To Extend Carry & ConcealPeople needing to evacuate their home during an emergency are a step closer to being able to carry a concealed weapon.
Ft. Lauderdale Man Accused In String Of Armed Robberies Arrested A man has been arrested for an alleged string of armed robberies in Ft. Lauderdale.
Fight Starts With Hoes, Ends In GunfireThere’s an old saying of don’t bring a knife to a gun fight. After a dispute in Miami between two neighbors, that might have to be amended to don’t bring a hoe or a knife to a gun fight
Ahead Of Possible Ban, S. Fla. Gun Enthusiasts Flock To BuyWhile some retailers are removing guns from their shelves and major investment firms are divesting themselves of investments in gun companies, weapons continue to fly off the shelf in South Florida.
Fla. Teen Accused Of Killing Sister In Fight Over PhoneA 17-year-old girl shot and killed her 14-year-old foster sister in a fight over a cell phone, investigators said.
2 Shot, 1 Dead In Key Largo Trailer Park ShootingTwo people are in critical condition and one is dead after a shooting at a Key Largo trailer park Friday night.
Fla. Docs Ask Judge To Block Gag Law On GunsOrganizations representing thousands of Florida doctors are asking a Miami federal judge to block enforcement of a first-in-the-nation law restricting what physicians can discuss about firearms with patients.