Florida prisons’ chief Julie Jones said there is no further Ku Klux Klan activity by state prison officials, that she is aware of.
Fort Lauderdale Police announced the termination and resignation of officers, they said, were involved in a “racially biased” video and messages.
Miami Gardens police are trying to figure out who vandalized a number of homes in the northern part of the county, spray painting the letters “KKK” on fences, walls and mail boxes.
Federal authorities are investigating a possible hate crime after three predominantly African-American Florida churches that were defaced with letters saying, “KKK.”
Vandals spray scrawled symbols of hate on a wall outside a Surfside Publix store.
The ex-wife of a Florida police officer says she and her ex-husband joined the Ku Klux Klan to investigate whether another officer was part of the group.
The KKK flag, infuriating some neighbors as it flapped in the wind outside of a West Boca Raton home, was taken down Wednesday night.
A Palm Beach County man appears to be recruiting for the Ku Klux Klan with a KKK flag, noose and “Members Wanted” sign prominently displayed in the front yard of his trailer home.
Florida has a reputation of being a welcoming, tourist destination. But according to the Anti-Defamation League, there’s a dark side of the Sunshine State full of hate groups.