Gary Nelson

Judge To Decide In 'Southwood Middle Killer' Re-SentencingThe mother and sister of the man who stabbed his classmate to death in a bathroom at Southwood Middle School nearly a decade ago took the stand at his re-sentencing hearing.
Mother Of Teen Accused Of Killing Rabbi Testifies At Bond HearingThe mother of a 15-year-old Miami-Dade youngster accused of shooting and killing a 60-year-old rabbi in the summer of 2014 took the witness stand Wednesday on her son’s behalf.
Re-Sentencing Hearing For Southwood Middle School KillerA teen sentenced to life in prison for stabbing a classmate to death in a bathroom at Southwood Middle School nearly a decade ago will be back in court this week.
Rubio Gains Momentum, Picks Up SC Senator EndorsementFlorida Senator Marco Rubio picked up an endorsement from South Carolina Senator Tim Scott hours before his narrow third place finish in the Iowa caucus.
Tornado Wreaks Havoc In Broward CountyHeavy winds and a tornado left a swath of damage in northern Broward Wednesday morning.
Man Reportedly Threatened To Kill Boss Dressed As "The Joker"A southwest Miami-Dade man who reportedly threatened to kill his boss and co-workers while dressed up like the Joker from the Batman movie appeared before a judge over the weekend.
Judge To Decide On Alleged ‘Peeping Tom’ Bond RequestThe decision on whether to let an alleged serial peeping tom out on bond is now up to the judge.
Dade Commissioners Okay Uber, Lyft RestrictionsThe future of Uber and other ride-sharing programs is being debated in county hall.
Drug Lord Pablo Escobar's Miami Beach Mansion DemolishedA relic from South Florida's bad boy days is nothing more than a pile rubble.
No Decision On Release Of Teen Accused Of Killing RabbiA South Florida teen charged with murdering a rabbi is expected to face a judge Friday.
Couple Accused Of "Gas Bomb" Robberies Held Without BailThe two people arrested on accusations they robbed restaurants with a bottle of gasoline appeared in bond court Thursday.
Miami-Dade School Board Preps For Influx Of Cuban RefugeesThe Miami-Dade School Board is bracing for what could be an overwhelming problem. During Wednesday's meeting they will discuss Superintendent Alberto Carvalho's proposal that the school district join with the county's congressional delegation in "calling on the federal government to provide resources, logistics, and funding necessary to address the pending influx of Cuban refugees."

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