Beckham's MLS Plans For Little Havana Hit Another SnagSoccer star David Beckham's plans to bring Major League Soccer to Miami have hit another snag, as his group's latest proposal to build a stadium next to Marlins Park baseball stadium appears to be in serious jeopardy.
Opa-Locka City Manager Fired At Emergency MeetingCity officials fired Opa-Locka's city manager during an emergency meeting Tuesday morning.
Unexpected Delay In Day 9 Of 'Facebook Murder Trial'Day 9 of the murder trial of the man dubbed the "Facebook Killer" began with an unexpected delay after defense attorneys told the judge an expert witness was in the hospital.
$17-Million In Cocaine Brought Ashore On Miami BeachBundles of illicit booty were off-boarded at Coast Guard Station Miami Beach Friday by the men and women of the cutter Bernard Webber.
Miami Woman Sues Lyft Over Husband's DeathAt a law office in Coral Gables Thursday, Poliana Perez wept as she spoke of the loss of her husband.
Robber Killed By Miami-Dade Police Was Disturbed War VetA man shot dead by Miami-Dade police after robbing a Wendy's restaurant Tuesday had a troubled past, and apparently suffered the mental ravages of war.
MDPD: Surveillance Vid Shows Moments Prior To Deadly Police-Involved ShootingThe Miami-Dade Police Department released new surveillance tape Tuesday that they said show the moments prior to a deadly police-involved shooting in southwest Miami-Dade.
Secret Miami-Dade Facility Working To Stop Potential Terror ThreatsIn a secretly located bunker-like building in Miami-Dade, detectives and analysts from Key West to the Palm Beaches work to connect the dots on potential terror.
Local Vigils Held For Victims Of Paris AttacksAt Miami International Airport, passengers arrived home from Paris after Friday's multiple terrorist attacks in the city of lights.
Possible Unhappy Ending For Florida Movie MakingThe HBO sports drama, "Ballers" and the Netflix series "Bloodline" are the only big productions being shot in South Florida, but they might not be next year if the state doesn't renew its love affair with producers. That was the warning delivered to Miami-Dade's legislative delegation in a public hearing Thursday.
Tearful Veterans Day In Fort LauderdaleIn Fort Lauderdale, on Veterans Day, there was patriotic music, honor guards standing ramrod straight and lots of tears as those who have served to keep America free were honored.
Some Travelers Find MIA's "Security Incident" Very TroublingAt Miami International Tuesday, some travelers found Monday night’s “security incident,” and ensuing havoc, troubling.