People living in Kendall apartment complex were without power and in the dark early on Tuesday evening for a second night in a row, were able to turn on the power that same night.
Florida State University (FSU) students gathered together Thursday afternoon to remember those who were shot when a gunman stormed the library.
Luis Brande loves baseball, adores teaching, kayaking, fishing, eating and the outdoors. But now Brande, a 60-year-old father of four, husband, brother and son, can no longer do any of those things as ALS has robbed him of all his pleasures.
Kids just started school, daytime temperatures are still scorching hot, yet some stores have brought out the holiday merchandise for shoppers to peruse and, they hope, buy months ahead of Christmas time.
Police are searching for a thief who broke into a convenience store by entering through the roof and got away with thousands of dollars in scratch-off tickets.
A veteran Miami-Dade police sergeant bonded out of jail and is now under house arrest. James H. Edwards III is facing charges after allegedly bringing a teenage boy to his home and trying to take advantage of him.
A popular and dangerous trend is making the rounds no the internet; teens are dousing themselves in alcohol and then setting themselves on fire. It’s called “fire challenge” and one is being treated in Miami.
A man, after losing four quarters in a vacuum cleaner machine at a gas station, became upset last week and decided to do something about it.
Police are investigating a second report of an attempted kidnapping at a summer camp in Kendall where another investigation ended with the arrest of a now former-member of the center.
An attempted kidnapping at a Jewish Community Center in Kendall had parents talking this morning, concerned for their children in summer camp.