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File picture of a gun.  (Source: Thinkstock)

One Injured In Goulds Shooting

Miami-Dade Police are looking for the person or people who allegedly opened fire on two men inside a car, injuring one of the men inside.

05/17/2014

A mother gave birth to her twins on the way to the hospital.  (Source: CBS4)

Twins Take Unique Route To Their Birth

It was around 5 a.m. Friday morning when 26 year old Jessica Stanley, her fiance Antavian Milton, and their three daughters left their Goulds home heading straight to the hospital.

CBS4–09/23/2013

Goulds residents hope Miami-Dade Police Department's new "One Stop" program will reduce crime in their area. (CBS4)

Goulds Neighborhood Hopes “One Stop” Program Will Curb Violence

Dozens of police officers and community members spanned out across Goulds’ Arthur Mays Villas to help stop the cycle of violence at the public housing project.

CBS4–05/06/2013

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Crews Monitoring SW Dade Brush Fire

A brush fire in Southwest Miami-Dade got a little too close for comfort for some homeowners near Goulds on Sunday.

CBS4–01/28/2013

(Source: Pool) Joshua Ladson at his 2009 sentencing

Dirt Bike Killer’s Sentence Cut In Half, Outraging Victim’s Family

The family of a teen who was killed 6 years ago by another teen upset with his new dirt bike is infuriated by a judges’s decision to cut the sentence of their son’s killer in half, trumping an appeals court decision not to review the sentence.

07/29/2012

A young man died after being shot outside a Hollywood apartment early Saturday morning. (Source: AP)

2 Dead After Goulds Bar Shootout

Police are investigating a double shooting at a Goulds bar that left 2 people dead. A fight that turned deadly is being blamed.

05/26/2012

Goulds SRT

Dade SWAT Called To Goulds Gas Station Robbery

Miami-Dade police called out the Special Response Team early Tuesday morning after a gas station in Goulds was robbed.

CBS4–09/27/2011

United States Postal Service

USPS May Close 3 S. Fla. Post Offices

The United States Postal Service continued to hemorrhage money in the last year and is now looking at possibly closing approximately 3,700 post offices nationwide, including three in South Florida.

CBS4–07/26/2011