Police: Ex-Gym Employee Opened Fire On Staff, Killed HimselfA gunman is dead and two others were wounded in what police described as a dispute between an ex-employee and staff at a gym in Coral Gables.
MDCPS Super: "Gun Violence Will Continue Until Community Steps Up"Miami-Dade's public schools chief is speaking out after another shooting involving a teenager.
3 Shot As Gunman Opens Fire Inside Convenience StoreOne person was hospitalized as a trauma alert and two others were hurt after a gunman opened fire inside a Miami convenience store.
Police: Teen Shot At Mailman While Fleeing Home BurglaryPolice have arrested the suspected gunman who shot at a postal worker during an alleged home burglary.
Gunman Opens Fire On Moving Men In Road Rage FightMoving men say a road rage incident left one of them shot in the face while they were driving to work in Miami.
'His Name Will Not Go In Vain': Father Of Slain 6-Year-Old King CarterThe family of 6-year-old King Carter commemorate his death, one year later, with an anti-gun violence walk in Liberty City.
One Year Later, King Carter's Father Vows To "Save Our Kings & Queens"The death of a 6-year-old son is a date on a calendar a father never imagined he'd see.
Double Shooting In Boynton Beach Leaves 1 Dead, 1 InjuredOne man is dead and another was wounded after a shooting in Boynton Beach.
Jamaican Reggae Singer Anthony Cruz Speaks About Daughter's MurderFor the first time, internationally-known Jamaican reggae singer and entertainer Anthony Cruz is speaking out about the murder of his 15-year-old daughter and her mother at their home in Sunrise.
Shooting At Front Gate Startles Upscale Hollywood NeighborhoodIt's a rare sight in front of Hollywood Oaks as a dozen evidence markers rest outside the front gate leading to multi-million dollar homes.
White SUV Sought In Teen Triple ShootingPolice are still searching for the shooter that left three teenagers hospitalized in Miami Gardens.
Trump Threatens To 'Send In The Feds' To Stop Chicago Gun ViolencePresident Trump is sending a warning that he's ready to "send in the Feds" if Chicago can't reduce its homicide figures.