Concourse D at Miami International Airport is re-open and fully operational after being shut down for a short time Thursday morning for the investigation of a suspicious item.
A bill that would set limits on when police departments in the state could deploy remotely controlled aircraft known as drones has passed in the Florida Legislature.
Brian Howell is haunted by a night that held a neighborhood hostage, put police officers lives at risk and ended up in the deaths of two men, a father and son, who he lived with.
A bill that would set limits on when police departments in the state could deploy drones has been approved in the Florida Senate.
Officers from the Haitian National Guard are in South Florida, getting specialized training at the Miami-Dade safety training institute.
When you want to learn a new skill, or hone an existing one, you want the best teacher with lots of experience. That’s exactly why the State Department’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs decided to bring nearly two dozen Haitian Police Officers to Miami for narcotics training from the Miami-Dade Police Department.
The real-life murder, torture and kidnapping case from South Florida that’s behind the coming movie “Pain & Gain” indeed reads like a script — just not a funny one.
A man suspected of stealing a taxi cab led four law enforcement agencies on a high speed chase on South Florida highways early Tuesday evening.
Police in South Miami have arrested a 16-year-old serial burglar who they say has broken into more than 30 homes in their city and Miami-Dade since January, taking at least $15,000 in property from the victims.
A sticky situation unfolded at Miami International Airport Monday was nothing to sneeze about after a tow truck driver from New York attempted to abduct a girl.