Miami’s Haitian community is marking the third anniversary of a catastrophic earthquake in their Caribbean homeland. The continued disruption of Haitian life by the Jan. 12, 2010, quake that struck their capital has not faded from the memory of local elected officials, either.
At a memorial in Newtown, Connecticut Sunday night, President Barack Obama pledged to take on America’s gun violence saying “enough is enough.”
Geralyn Graham, the caretaker of missing foster child Rilya Wilson, calmly took notes on a yellow legal pad Thursday as a former Miami-Dade detective took the stand at her murder trial.
A Miami-Dade homicide detective took the stand Wednesday in the trial of Geralyn Graham, the caretaker accused of killing Rilya Wilson even though the child’s body has never been found.
Testimony is expected to resume Tuesday in the Geralyn Graham case, the woman accused of murdering missing foster child Rilya Wilson.
For the first time since the murder trial of Geralyn Graham got underway, the sister of Rilya Wilson sat in the gallery to watch the proceedings.
More than a decade after 4-year-old Rilya Wilson vanished, the murder trial for the little girl’s foster mother got underway Monday in a Miami-Dade County courtroom.
A Miami-area congresswoman and a former director of Miami-Dade Police teamed up Thursday to prepare middle and high school students to lead.
After more than 22 years as a criminal defense attorney, Rod Vereen is hoping voters will decide he is the right person to take over the Miami Dade State Attorney’s Office.
MIAMI (CBS4) – U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson accused her opponent, Dr. Rudy Moise, of being “underground” during this year’s Democratic primary race.
“I have not seen Dr. Rudy Moise since the last time I defeated him, I saw him at one debate, I have not even seen him in the community doing any service or showing up anywhere, so I am still looking for him, he has gone completely underground,” Wilson said during an appearance Sunday morning on CBS4’s Facing South Florida.