The agent who interrogated former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein after he was captured is heading the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s office in Miami.
A retired Army sergeant and a quadruple amputee got the experience of a lifetime, six thousand feet above land on Friday and not only is he Army strong, he also jumped Army strong.
More than 5 years ago, David Packouz and his former arms trading business partner became national news. The story of how the Miami Beach duo managed to bid and win a $300 million government arms contract led to Congressional hearings and convictions.
Dozens of wounded military veterans got some therapy with the dolphins in the Florida Keys this week.
Patrols have been stepped up, roads have been closed and extra blast walls put up near 22 U.S. diplomatic missions following warnings of a possible al-Qaida attack.
A Broward School bus driver, who originally said she was talking to her son in Iraq when she was caught using her cell phone on duty, admitted Tuesday the story was a lie and has accepted her suspension, according to CBS4’s Joan Murray.
A South Florida woman waited 7 months to hear from her son serving in the Marines in Iraq. But when she took that phone call her employer — the Broward County School District — said she broke the rules.
You might call them a team of heroes. Members of the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team all lost limbs while serving overseas, but that didn’t stop from becoming first class athletes, and this weekend you can see them play right here in South Florida.
When the deal is being made to change the tax rates and cut the deficit we must remember to keep our commitment to our veterans.
South Miami commissioners fired their fourth city manager in as many years Friday night.