This week President Barack Obama, at a White House ceremony, launched what may be the most important initiative of his presidency, an effort to break that cycle of violence by finding new ways, new partnerships, to help boys and young men of color. The program is called “My Brother’s Keeper”. Attending that ceremony was State Senator Oscar Braynon, whose district in Miami Gardens is the largest African-American city in the state and a city that has been the center of so much of the violence.
Miami Gardens Police are asking for the public’s help to find an 84-year old man who went missing on Saturday.
Seeing police lights, bullet holes and the faces of children lost to gun violence were reasons for community leaders coming together to discuss how to prevent violence in the future.
Newly released surveillance video obtained by CBS4 news partner, The Miami Herald, shows an alleged gunman lunging after a Miami Gardens officer while firing his gun.
Miami Gardens Deputy Police Chief Paul Miller will soon be leaving his position.
Celebrity Jamie Foxx joined the family of Trayvon Martin at a gala to celebrate the teenager’s life.
Police in Miami Gardens have arrested a man they believe helped rob a CVS Pharmacy in December.
A proposal meant to allot $2 million a year using state sales-tax dollars to improve the Daytona International Speedway crossed its second hurdle in the Senate on Thursday.
More than 100 residents showed up to a rally for peace in Miami Gardens Saturday to show that they are all in one accord despite recent violence in their neighborhood.
Miami Gardens Police are investigating a shooting in Miami Gardens Friday afternoon