Miami police homicide investigators are trying to figure out what led to the death of a person early Wednesday morning in Little Haiti.
A Miami Police officer has been fired for the shooting death of an unarmed man in Little Haiti in February 2011.
Eight years ago, Michelle Spence-Jones was elected to the Miami City Commission. Despite an embattled past, she plans to run for re-election.
Miami’s Haitian community is marking the third anniversary of a catastrophic earthquake in their Caribbean homeland. The continued disruption of Haitian life by the Jan. 12, 2010, quake that struck their capital has not faded from the memory of local elected officials, either.
A man who spent decades as an activist in Miami’s Haitian community died late Monday. He was 87.
Police have identified the two teenage brothers who were shot and killed Monday night after gunfire broke out among a group of people who gathered in Little Haiti.
For residents of Little Haiti and Overtown, a chicken invasion is driving them nuts. What are they to do? Call the Chicken Busters, of course.
It’s taken more than a year, but prosecutors have cleared Miami Police officer Reynaldo Goyos of any criminal act when he shot and killed Travis McNeil, who was unarmed, in Little Haiti in February 2011, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
Skid marks lead up to the spot where a police pursuit ended — and a foot chase began. It happened Wednesday evening at the intersection of NW 5th Ave. and 59th Street in Little Haiti.
A grieving Miami mother wants answers in the mysterious death of her teenage son who was found unconscious in front of home with a dog leash wrapped around his neck.