Booker T. Washington High School is surrounded by violence.
A stray bullet fired into the air just after midnight struck a man who was celebrating at a New Years Eve party, according to Miami Police. It could have been tragic.
City of Miami officials want the public to know that it’s great to ring in the New Year with a celebration as long as it doesn’t involve gunfire.
During an argument Friday night with his live-in girlfriend, Francisco Javier Rodriguez shot his girlfriend multiple times.
“Do whatever you do for fun…but don’t use a gun.” This is the advice Miami Police Chief Manny Orosa offers to those celebrating this Fourth of July.
Miami-Dade Police are searching for clues after a Northwest Miami-Dade home was riddled with more than a dozen bullets early Monday morning.
A Oakland Park man barricaded himself in his home after Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies say he fired shots at them, striking several cruisers.
A man is dead and two alleged robbers are recovering in the hospital after a gun battle erupted on a Miami Gardens street Monday afternoon.
Miami police suspect murder-suicide may be behind the deaths of two people found in a Little Havana home early Friday morning.
City and county officials say it’s great to celebrate July 4th, as long as it does not involve gunfire. Officials are coming together for the “No More Stray Bullets” press conference held Thursday afternoon.