The Department of Homeland Security has issued an advisory to airlines to be aware of new intelligence chatter about explosives in shoes.
It was one of the most controversial plans Governor Rick Scott came up with in 2012, but Florida’s elections officials said they learned from their mistakes and will implement a new non-citizen voter purge programs this year.
Detectives are investigating a road rage case that led to a dispute between a Pompano man and homeland security agent Saturday.
A South Florida pilot who was reportedly caught with child porn on a laptop which also allegedly contained graphic descriptions of how he’d like to rape, torture and murder children is scheduled to go before a duty magistrate in Ft. Lauderdale on Monday.
With South Florida being a big culture melting pot, mail is always being sent out and received from other countries every day. However, some of the mail that comes in from those other countries isn’t typical postcards or packages.
A truckload of suspected counterfeit merchandise was removed from a South Florida warehouse Thursday afternoon.
Local officials are closely monitoring the developments coming out of Boston after at least two explosive devices detonated in the crowd at the finish line of Monday’s Boston Marathon.
Two-hundred and seventy-seven passengers on board an Aerolineas flight from Argentina faced federal and Miami-Dade County law enforcement Friday after a bomb threat was made against the flight in Argentina.
If you heard about a dangerous and potentially deadly chemical leak at Port Everglades Wednesday, there was no need to panic; it was only a drill.
Florida’s voter purge of roughly 200 ineligible voters from state voter rolls may continue, a federal judge ruled Thursday. Judge William Zloch said Florida has a “compelling interest” to make sure non-citizens don’t cast ballots.