New Ad Slams Wasserman Schultz Over Payday Lending BillA new ad slams Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz for not doing more to crack down on the predatory practices of the payday lending industry.
Victim Speaks After Armed Home Invasion, Robbery & Sexual AssaultResidents are on edge after a hooded man committed a violent attack on three people that included sexual assault and robbery.
South Florida Airports Step Up Security Over EgyptAir MysteryThe mystery about what happened to EgyptAir flight 804 has South Florida airports stepping up security to keep passengers safe.
Congresswoman Reacts To Murder Of Former Miami-Dade County CommissionerA local congresswoman shares her thoughts about a former Miami-Dade County commissioner found murdered in his Georgia home.
Camera Catches Thief Linked To 3 Car Burglaries, Including Marked Police SUVThe Broward Sheriff’s Office is hoping you can match a name to the mug of a car burglar that was brazen enough to steal from a marked police SUV.
Miami Beach Mayor Wants To Raise Minimum Wage To $13.31Workers in Miami Beach may be getting a bump in their paychecks over the next couple of years.
Accused Sex Offender's House Arrest Partially LiftedAn accused sex offender, who once lived with an elected public official in Palmetto Bay, had his house arrest partially lifted Thursday and the judge’s decision did not sit well with some residents.
Thieves Targeting Tires & Rims At Metrorail StationsHave the wheels been stolen from your car at a Metrorail station? Well, you apparently would not be alone.
Carnival Opens Cuba Cruise Bookings To EveryoneAfter it received critical public backlash, Carnival Corporation has announced that they will now open their bookings on cruises to Cuba to everyone.
Gimenez: Carnival Corp. Violating Human Rights Code With Cuban-Born PolicyMiami-Dade County's mayor is speaking out over Carnival Corporation's decision not to allow people born in Cuba to travel to the island on one of the company's cruise ships.
22 Charged In Miami Drug Money Laundering OperationNearly two dozen people have been charged in an international money laundering case that funneled cash to drug trafficking cartels through Miami-based businesses.
Marco Rubio Has His Sights Set On The SenateMarco Rubio slept in his own bed in West Miami - following his announcement to drop out of the presidential race.