Brandon Lapeikis walked into a Miami-Dade courtroom Thursday and admitted to shooting and killing his friend, Christian Salazar, in December 2013.
Sunrise police are trying to get to the bottom of the case of the purloined panties. To do so, they need your help.
Twenty-one neglected horses were rescued from a Davie home this weekend after tips to police and the Peaceful Ridge Rescue group. Sixteen were taken take to Peaceful Ridge while the other four were taken to Pompano Beach. Unfortunately, three of the horses may have to be put down.
Saturday is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. but, every year in the U.S. hundreds of thousands of people are forced into slavery and trafficked. In Florida it happens more than we might think. According to the Florida Coalition Against Human Trafficking, Florida is considered a human trafficking hub.
A four page order, signed by the City Manager of Miami Beach, effectively shut down Club Madonna for six months. The City says they are doing so in an effort to protect the public, but the club’s owners say it’s payback because of a pending lawsuit.
About eighty wounded veterans got an up close and personal encounter with some of the animals in Jungle Island Wednesday.
Miami-Dade Water & Sewer is back in a Miami Gardens community to repair a second water main break in less than 24 hours. The broken pipes and gushing water affected the whole neighborhood.
A violent family feud got even more complicated when police showed up at a home in Coral Springs New Year’s Eve.
A suspect was transported Tuesday evening after an officer-involved shooting in Coral Springs.
The damage to a house in southwest Miami-Dade is a good indicator of just how chaotic a violent domestic dispute was on Sunday.