Miami Police and grieving loved ones are asking for the public’s help in a shooting spree in Overtown last Sunday night that left four people wounded and claimed the life of a 17-year-old youngster.
A woman was robbed by a man in her garage after he followed her home once she had finished shopping, police said.
For the first time, a South Florida teenager who was the victim of a statutory rape by her former high school teacher is speaking out as her attorney has filed a lawsuit against the teacher and the Miami-Dade School Board.
The maternal grandfather of a 16-year-old girl who prosecutors say was victimized in a sex trafficking case spoke out for the first time, saying the seven men arrested deserve stiff punishment if they are convicted.
Local leaders broke ground Friday to make way for a new film and television studio in Miami. Actually, it was more of a demolition ceremony than ground breaking.
An emotional, candle light ceremony took place Wednesday night as more than a hundred friends, family and co-workers of Laquito Alvin gathered at the site where she died.
Using exotic dancers as admission workers to lure male students sounds like something out of frat-esque movie. But state and federal officials said that’s exactly what a Miami-based college is accused of doing.
Coral Gables Police got a not so great holiday surprise when they responded to a vandalized nativity scene Wednesday morning.
The House was filled with conflicting t-shirts and badges as Miami-Dade Commissioners voted 8-3 to extend protection against discrimination to transgender individuals.
December 1st, every year since 1988, is World AIDS Day—a day which gives people the chance to show their support for people living with HIV and to remember those who have died.