Miami-Dade Has Nine New Locally Acquired Zika CasesNine more local acquired cases of the Zika virus have been confirmed for Miami-Dade, along with four travel related cases.
Two New Locally-Acquired Zika Cases In Miami-DadeSix more cases of the mosquito-borne Zika virus have been found in Florida, with two involving people getting infected in Miami-Dade County.
Motorman Injured on I-95- A motorman went down on I-95 Tuesday morning.
West Kendall Worker Says He Was Shot By Officer Cleaning Her GunA West Kendall man says he was shot accidentally by a Miami-Dade Police Officer who was cleaning her revolver and he says she was “negligent” and “careless.”
Video Gives Glimpse Of Prosecutor Accused Of DUI With Children In CarFor the first time we are seeing and hearing what happened along the highway when a Miami-Dade prosecutor was stopped for suspicion of drunk driving while her kids were in the car.
Amid Youth Shootings Miami-Dade Police Present New Tool To Fight CrimeIn a week that's seen several shootings that have injured a number of minors in Miami-Dade, police announce a new tool that will help them fight crime.
Mystery Surrounds Dead Body Found In Front Of Miami HomeAn investigation is underway after a body was discovered in front of a north Miami-Dade home.
Dade Judge Retires After 20-Plus Years On The BenchA well respected Miami-Dade judge has hung up his robe.
Zika Prevention Is Key As Kids Head Back To SchoolSummer break is officially over as more than 355-thousand students in Miami-Dade head back to class.
Efforts Focus On Stopping Zika Spread As Cases MountState Education Commissioner Pam Stewart and Gov. Rick Scott on Thursday briefed school superintendents on efforts to combat the Zika virus.
Officials Hold Zika Meeting To Answer Questions, Ask For HelpPublic help is critical in this Zika crisis.
Wynwood A ‘Ghost Town’ As Spraying For Zika ContinuesThe always-popular Wynwood was noticeably empty of its usual weekend crowds because of Zika.