School Lockdowns Lifted After Miami Gardens ShootingAuthorities have lifted the lockdowns at three schools after a shooting in Miami Gardens Tuesday afternoon.
Puerto Rico’s Fmr. Governor Calls Hurricane Relief Efforts In Yabucoa ‘Almost Shameful’Maria's eye ravaged the rural town of Yabucoa in Puerto Rico. Weeks later, relief has been slow, almost nonexistent.
Margate Police Reunite Baby Taken In Stolen Car With FamilyThe search for a baby taken in stolen car has come to an end.
Man Accused Of Impersonating Miami Beach Cop Over Social MediaMiami Beach Police arrested a man they say was impersonating one of their own.
Las Vegas Shooter Possibly Modified Guns With ‘Bump Stock’ To Rapidly Fire RoundsThe ugly sound at the Las Vegas massacre – the sound of automatic weapons... or were they?
South Florida Doctors Promise They're Ready Should Mass Shooting Take Place"We are so busy. We do not necessarily have to do practice drills for mass shooting," said Dr. Nicholas Namias of Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Former FEMA Director Shares Perspective On Puerto Rico Relief EffortsFormer FEMA Dir. David Paulison is keeping tabs on the relief effort in Puerto Rico.
South Florida Company Sending Much-Needed Satellite Phones To Puerto RicoBesides food, water and power, Puerto Rico also needs communication.
Florida Keys To Reopen To Tourists This WeekendThe Florida Keys will welcome back visitors as early as this weekend as the area continues to rebuild after Hurricane Irma.
Keys Officials Hoping To Have Tourists Returning In Droves Fairly SoonMonroe County leaders are hoping tourists give them a week or so before going down to start pumping life back into the Keys economy.
Coral Gables Set To Sue FPL As Power Still Out For Many ResidentsAreas of Coral Gables remain without power and some residents are getting fed up.
1st Lawsuit Filed Against Nursing Home Where 8 Patients DiedTwo days since the nursing home tragedy, the first lawsuit has been filed.