The tragedy surrounding Aaron Vu has placed a spotlight on a group within our community that largely goes unnoticed – South Florida’s Asian community.
It was a night filled with tears and hugs amid unbearable pain. As the community gathered at the Northwest Baptist Church to see Aaron Vu for the last time, there were the expected cries of why. Why was this 10-year old boy gunned down a little more than a week ago?
It’s been two years since Trooper Donna Jane Watts stopped an off-duty Miami police officer as he tore through Broward County at speeds approaching 120 mph.
The “person of interest” brought in for questioning Tuesday for a robbery and shooting that happened Friday at a north Miami-Dade nail salon in which a 10-year-old boy was killed and his father critically injured, was arrested, on his 19th’s birthday, and charged with first-degree murder.
Barbara Sharief is the new Mayor of Broward County. Just selected this week by her fellow commissioners, Jim and Mayor Sharief talk about where the county is heading and let people get to know their new Mayor.
Jim sits down for an extended interview with the newest member of the Kennedy family to enter politics. Joe Kennedy is a freshman Congressman from Massachusetts. He is the grandson of Bobby Kennedy. President Kennedy was his Great Uncle.
Retired Coast Guard commander Dennis Zecca admitted Monday morning in Miami federal court that he hired what he believed to be a hit man to kill one of the biggest realtors and developers in the Florida Keys.
In recent months, police have negotiated peaceful ends to a number of standoffs, most of them involving people with psychiatric issues, including two veterans.
The Miami Heat did something Friday some people thought might never happen. The team cut a check to Miami-Dade county for $257, 134. 12.
Jim pays tribute to Annette Eisenberg who recently passed away. Annette founded the Downtown Bay Forum with her husband years ago. The Downtown Bay Forum was where the city’s business and political leaders would converge each month for public discussions.