Manuel Orosa

Facing South Florida: One-on-One with Manuel Orosa Jim sits down with the outgoing Miami police chief as he begins his last week as the city’s top cop.
Miami Police Lifer To Be Next ChiefMiami Police Chief Manuel Orosa doesn’t retire until next month, but the city is already prepared with his replacement.
Guard Critically Injured At Ultra Speaks Out For First Time
Club Manager Arrested After Mass Shooting & Venue ViolationsThe manager of The Spot was arrested on the spot after a mass shooting left 15 people injured, including minors as young as 11.
Family Remembers Murdered 11-Year-Old At Special Mass A mass held Tuesday night honored an 11-year-old girl exactly one month after she was found bleeding to death in her Little Havana apartment.
Two Arrests Made In Fatal Shooting Of Well-Liked PastorTwo men have been arrested in connection with the shooting death of a pastor who friends and family say spent his life ministering young people, and helping those in-need.
Miami Police Chief: "Critical Mass" Has Become A Critical MessMiami's Police Chief Manuel Orosa called for a press conference to address issues with the Critical Mass bike rides in the city.
Police: "Who Made The Decision To Allow A Cop Killer To Call The Shots?"The arrest of the girlfriend of a Miami Police officer who was found dead in his Pembroke Pines home has hit the law enforcement community hard and left some questions unanswered.
Girlfriend Of Slain Officer Meets With Attorney, Won't Speak To PoliceSince Friday evening, Pembroke Pines Police have been attempting to interview the girlfriend of the Miami Police officer found dead in his home last weekend.
Girlfriend Of Miami Police Officer Shot To Death Not Talking To PoliceAs police continue to investigate the shooting death of a Miami police officer Carl Patrick inside his Pembroke Pines home, investigators with the Broward State Attorney’s Office visited the home of his girlfriend’s mother in Opa-locka.
Black History Month: Focus On MPD's First Female Assistant ChiefCBS4 continues to celebrate Black History Month by recognizing special people in the South Florida community, including the City of Miami Police Department’s newest assistant chief whose recent appointment made history in the department.
Commander's Promotion Makes History At Miami PDongratulations are in order for the City of Miami Police Department’s newest assistant chief whose appointment is making history in the department.