Police Clear Man Who Left Suspicious Envelopes At Post OfficeAuthorities have cleared a man who was believed to have tried leaving two suspicious packages at a Miami Beach post office Wednesday.
Authorities Release Pix Of Man Who Left Suspicious Envelopes At USPS OfficeAuthorities have released pictures of the man they said left two suspicious packages a Miami Beach postal store Wednesday.
Authorities Raid Alleged Slaughterhouse Of Horror In SW DadeAuthorities raided an alleged slaughter farm in southwest Miami -Dade on Thursday.
Good Samaritan Saves Man After Car Crash Sent SUV Into Pond A Good Samaritan who says “I had to help” is speaking out after rescuing a man whose SUV had plunged into a pond.
Plane Makes Emergency Landing In EvergladesThree people walked out of a single engine plane, uninjured after they were forced to make an emergency landing in the Everglades Saturday morning.
Jury Convicts Man Accused Of Dropping Cinder Block On CopA Miami-Dade County jury has convicted a man for dropping a cinder block on the head of Miami-Dade Police Detective Carlos Castillo.
Miami-Dade County Police Director Sworn InMiami-Dade County officially welcomed a new police director to lead the Miami-Dade Police Department Tuesday morning.
Undercover M-D Cops Looking For Clues In Slaughters Of HorsesAn undercover Miami-Dade Police detective told CBS4 Friday that he is looking at several possible suspects in the recent slayings of horses in Miami-Dade; but is urging the public to help by providing more specific tips about horses slaughters.
Navy Training Mine Washes Up On Miami BeachA large cylindrical device washed ashore on Miami Beach early Monday has been identified. Police spokesman Juan Sanchez said the U.S. Navy confirmed that it was a training mine which had a ‘live’ blasting cap on it.
Miami-Dade Cops Prepare For LayoffsAs dozens of Miami-Dade County Police officers await D-Day, the tension and anxiety is building.
Exclusive: Miami-Dade Set To Lay Off CopsFor the first time in its 177 year history, the Miami Dade Police Department will begin laying off sworn officers on November 1.
Army Vet Who Killed Fellow Vet HonoredMiami-Dade County honored its police officers who are serving or have served in the military Wednesday. The event came complete with an irony of Shakespearean proportions.