Miami Gardens Police Chief Announces ResignationMiami Gardens Chief of Police Antonio Brooklen is stepping down from his position.
Exclusive: Teen Shot At Sweet 16 Party Speaks Out From Hospital BedA teenager shot at a Sweet 16 birthday party spoke exclusively to CBS4 News.
Grieving Families Walk For Peace In Face Of Senseless Gun ViolenceDealing with grief is something that all of us face sooner or later and while many may have their own ways to cope with loss, having someone by your side can make a world of difference.
3 Arrested In Sweet 16 Shooting Just Before Town Hall About Gun ViolencePolice announced Tuesday evening they have arrested three people in connection to shooting at a Sweet 16 party that injured six people.
Leaders, Police Take Gun Violence Prevention Door-To-DoorIn a push to end crime on South Florida’s streets, locals took a walk against violence that ended at the spot where 8-year old Jada Page was shot and killed.
Second Chance For Miami Gardens Mayoral Candidate After Bid Canceled Over Check MistakeIt’s another South Florida election mess up, with the results tossed today by the Florida Supreme Court.
Father, Family Vow To Catch Drive-By Killers After 8-Year-Old's DeathThe family of an 8-year-old girl who died after being fatally injured in a drive-by shooting has asked for the public's help in finding her killer.
Family Of Jada Page Begins Process Of Laying Her To RestIt is always painful to say goodbye to a loved one but when it's a child gunned down in a senseless moment of extreme violence, for that family, it's a pain that you never get over.
Person Taken To Hospital After Shooting On SR 826An early morning shooting shut down an exit ramp on the Palmetto Expressway Tuesday.
Court To Take Up Miami Gardens Mayoral Candidate AppealThe Florida Supreme Court has agreed to take up an appeal from a Miami Gardens mayoral candidate who was barred from Tuesday's ballot because a bank returned a qualifying-fee check.
Miami Gardens Mayoral Candidate Wants Back On The BallotA South Florida mayoral candidate barred from the August primary ballot because a bank returned a qualifying check has asked the state's Supreme Court to quickly take up an appeal in the case.
Mayoral Candidate Off Ballot After Check ReturnedAn appeals court has ruled that a South Florida mayoral candidate should be kept off the August 30th ballot because a qualifying check was returned by a bank --- despite the candidate having adequate money in his account.