Calusa Residents Tee'd Off Over Developer's Plans For Golf CourseA property battle is heating up between residents in a South Florida neighborhood who live next to an unused golf course and a developer who wants to build on the land.
Police: Woman Faked Her Own Abduction To Spite BoyfriendA 19-year-old woman is behind bars after police said she faked her own abduction to get back at her boyfriend.
Feds: Sandy Hook Hoaxer Threatens Parent Of Dead ChildA Tampa woman has been arrested for threatening the parent of a child killed in the Newtown, Connecticut elementary school shooting.
Female Robbers Target Unsuspecting Victims Near BanksMiramar police have issued a safety alert after two women pulled off a brash robbery scheme in broad daylight.
Study Shows Positive Thinking Can Prolong Your LifeDo you believe in the power of positivity? You may want to start.
Florida Lawmakers Look For Answers On Workers' CompFlorida House members this week began grappling with the tricky political and legal challenge of revamping the workers' compensation insurance system.
Cuban Entrepreneurs Urge Trump To Expand Travel, Trade With CubaMore than a hundred entrepreneurs from Cuba are urging President-elect Donald Trump to continue pushing forward changes to U.S. policy that allow for travel, trade and investment with the island nation neighbor.
100-Year-Old Pearl Harbor Survivor Recalls Historic AttackRetired Air Force sergeant Joseph Iscovitz was 25 years old and stationed at Pearl Harbor when the Japanese suddenly attacked 75 years ago on December 7th.
North Miami Beach Teen Is MissingNorth Miami Beach police have asked for the public's help in finding a missing teen.
Matthew Damage In Florida Up To $729 MillionDamage estimates in Florida from early October's Hurricane Matthew have grown to $729 million.
Liquor Sales Battle Re-Emerges In LegislatureTwo Miami-Dade County Republicans this week filed bills that would repeal a decades-old law that requires liquor stores to be stand-alone facilities.
Florida Debt Drops AgainAfter an increase last year, Florida's amount of debt has dropped.