The city of Miami is set to hand over future investigations into police-involved shootings and in-custody deaths to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).
The Wounded Warrior Project Soldier ride kicked off from Ocean Drive Thursday, with dozens of veterans cycling towards rehabilitation.
After spending 33 years manning a Miami-Dade County fireboat, retired captain Jack Garcia still lives for the ride.
Startling new CBS poll numbers show how blacks and whites view police. The results cannot be ignored. Jim and Miami-Dade Police Director J.D. Patterson hash it all out.
Gregory B. Moore, the accused carjacker and gunman who shot two people, faces a December 18th arraignment on federal charges.
One person was taken into custody after police followed a car with a stolen plate from Miami to Miramar then moved in to make an arrest.
The mother of a woman who was gunned down on Tuesday during a home invasion is speaking out for the first time, saying “I need suspects.”
The evening commute in West Kendall turned deadly Tuesday night when a man tried to kill his ex-wife in the middle of traffic. Now the witnesses say the incident is etched in their minds.
A man chased his ex-wife through traffic in southwest Miami-Dade, before shooting himself, police said.
Jim investigates the details of what unfolded the night four plainclothes officers arrested three young men in South Miami-Dade because they thought there was a marijuana cigarette on the ground near them. After we air Jim’s report, State Sen. Dwight Bullard joins Jim at the roundtable to discuss the questions the Miami-Dade PD has to answer about that night. They also talk about our marijuana laws and why so many communities have sought to decriminalize pot possession. Proponents say the current laws too often are used to disproportionately give black men criminal records and put them into the criminal justice system.