Broward Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Lawton Cohen, 52, Thursday after witnesses said he crashed a car through a Port Everglades checkpoint.
A new law giving young adults in foster care the option of staying until age 21 is slated to go into effect January 1, 2014.
A rare look into a world of inmates with mental illness where advocates say lives are at risk. CBS4’s Michele Gillen takes us back inside the Forgotten Floor.
Test driving a car is usually a fun experience filled with anticipation as you look at your next car. But for one north Florida man, a test drive ended up with him under arrest and facing multiple charges.
When it comes to theory of the law, a person is innocent until proven guilty. One state lawmaker wants to make sure the stigma of an arrest or conviction doesn’t follow a person if the charges are later dropped or they are found innocent.
In his first extended interview since becoming Miami-Dade County’s Police Director, J.D. Patterson said he understands the damage that violence can do to a community as well as individual families.
Ken Tucker, who took over the Department of Corrections last year, said in a video message he is leaving because he’s approaching a mandatory retirement date.
Fighting child pornography is a priority in South Florida. Now state and local investigators have a new weapon in the fight against the illegal images.
A former Miami-Dade firefighter who had allegedly sent sexually explicit messages to a 17-year-old boy will not face any jail time and instead will enter into a 12-month program to avoid a criminal record.
A sunrise businessman accused of having pornography showing children as young as one-year-old on his office computer is out of jail.