Concerns Grow After 1st Baby Born With Zika-Related Birth Defect In FloridaFlorida health officials have confirmed the first case of a baby born with microcephaly in the state after his mother contracted the Zika virus.
Video: Miami Gardens Police Chief Tackles Suspect In StoreSurveillance video shows the moment a fraud suspect was tackled to the ground at Brandsmart USA by Miami Gardens Police Chief Antonio Brooklen.
Security Increased At MIA As Passengers Arrive From IstanbulMiami International Airport has increased its security following the bombing at the Ataturk Airport in Istanbul on Tuesday.
Police: Man Caught On Camera Stealing Assault Rifles From Car ArrestedMiami police have arrested a man they said broke into a parked car and stole two assault rifles.
Dispatcher: 'My Caller Is No Longer Responding'Police dispatchers heard repeated gunfire, screaming and moaning from patrons of the Pulse nightclub.
Young Girls Take Stand Against Coral Springs School Employee Accused Of MolestationThree young girls took the stand Tuesday against a Coral Springs school employee accused of child molestation.
Dems Force Legislative Poll On Post-Pulse Special SessionFlorida Democrats had little trouble rounding up enough members to call for a vote on whether to hold a special session dealing with gun control.
Consumer Group Lists Most Hazardous Summer ToysA consumer watchdog group released its annual list of the most hazardous summer toys on Tuesday.
Body Found On Side Of Palmetto ExpresswayA gruesome discovery was made along State Road 826/Palmetto Expressway in eastern Miami Gardens.
Florida Muslims: Threats, Intimidation Follow Club ShootingAn Islamic group says the Orlando nightclub shooting has brought about threats and acts of intimidation against mosques across Florida.
Booster Rocket Fires In Key NASA Test For Mars MissionsThe 4th of July is less than a week away, but NASA is already shooting off some fireworks.
One-Quarter Of Legislature Elected At End Of QualifyingFloridians won't get to cast a ballot for more than one-fourth of the people in charge of making laws over the next two years.

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