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Family Decries Decision Not To Charge Cop The family of a mentally ill man killed by a Miami Gardens Police officer is speaking out after that officer was cleared in the case.
Police, Fire & More To Participate In Emergency Drill Across Miami-DadeSeveral law enforcement agencies, fire rescue departments and other organizations will be participating in a massive emergency drill across Miami-Dade County on Saturday, February 6th.
Negron Questions FDLE On Backlog Of Rape KitsThe powerful chairman of a Senate committee that oversees the criminal-justice budget said Wednesday that Florida's backlog of thousands of untested rape kits is one of his top priorities.
Results Of Florida Rape Kit Backlog ReleasedThe Florida Department of Law Enforcement is releasing a survey aimed at determining the scope of the rape kit testing backlog in the state.
2015's Top Political Stories In FloridaFlorida's top political stories for 2015 included Floridians joining the presidential race and our governor involved in a scandal.
Investigation Ongoing In Case Of Woman Removed From HospitalA woman who was forcibly removed by police from a hospital because she refused to leave after doctors discharged reportedly died from a rare blood clot.
Woman Dies After Being Forcibly Removed From HospitalAuthorities said a woman who was forcibly removed by police from a hospital because she refused to leave after doctors discharged her has died.
Former Southern Area Director Of Anti-Defamation League DiesArt Teitelbaum, the former district director of the Anti-Defamation League, died at the age of 77.
Gov. Scott Asks For $8.5 Million To Help Process Rape KitsFlorida Governor Rick Scott is asking for $8.5 million to help process a backlog of untested rape kits - about 11,000 of them.
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.
12 Arrested In Copper Cable Theft RingTwelve people are under arrest in connection to underground copper thefts worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Florida Data Shows 10,900 Sexual Assault Kits Still UntestedBased on statistics released by the state on Tuesday, almost 11,000 rape kits have gone untested in Florida.

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