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.
A chapter in South Florida’s cocaine-dominated history that came to defined the 80’s as the “Cocaine Cowboy” days played out in court Thursday.
The trial against Dennis Escobar took more twists and turns Monday as he rejected a plea deal he was expected to take.
Unmasking suspected squatters isn’t simple because they are turning up in homes that are up for sale.
It’s been nearly four years since a Miami Carol City Senior High School teacher was shot outside the school in an attempted armed robbery.
A homeless Honduran man has been charged with attempted murder and aggravated battery after police say he tried to stab a Miami pastor and injured several parishioners who tried to stop him.
An 18-year-old may have been moments away from being released from jail after appearing before a bond court judge on charges of grand theft and residential burglary, but then his father stepped in.
A homeless man who had received help from a Miami Beach church’s food bank is now facing burglary and theft charges for allegedly breaking and entering into a church office.
A treasurer at Miami Edison Senior High is behind bars after police say that for the past five months she fraudulently wrote herself checks.
The man accused of stabbing Florida International University football player Kendall Berry to death will be released on bond and remain on house arrest while he awaits trial, a Miami-Dade judge ruled Tuesday morning.