With the upcoming school year just around the corner, it can be hectic trying to gather supplies. So Miami-Dade Commissioner Jean Monestime has decided to give parents in his district a helping hand with a free Back-To-School event on Sunday.
Former Opa-Locka Sergeant German Bosque has been fired eight times in his career. On Friday, Bosque turned himself in and is now in jail without bond.
The wife and nephew of a well-known Opa-locka businessman are pleading for the public’s help after he was found hog-tied and beaten inside the automotive store that he has operated for 32 years.
Police Lt. Alexander Hernandez pulled back the chambering lever on the AR-15 assault weapon and it slapped forward with a loud clack, reverberating around the conference room. The menacing-looking weapon was exhibit A at a hearing Wednesday as the Opa-Locka Police Department argued Sgt. German Bosque should be fired for leaving the rifle with his girlfriend’s father while out on leave last year.
Nearly a dozen Miami-Dade middle school students on their way to class Monday morning took a detour to the hospital after their school bus was involved in an accident.
Two schools in Opa-locka were temporarily placed on lockdown Thursday after a shooting in front of a business.
A group of would-be dirt bike thieves didn’t get very far when they attempted to break into an Opa-locka warehouse.
Sometimes good things really do happen to good people. Twenty-one-year old Ronald Smith recently learned that thanks to the help from others, some he doesn’t even know.
There’s a new top cop in Opa-locka. Wednesday morning Mayor Myra L. Taylor announced that former North Miami Police Commander Jeffrey Key will replace current Chief Cheryl Cason who is retiring.
Miami Lakes’ town council met in emergency session Friday and unanimously condemned the federal government’s scheduled closure of the air traffic control tower at busy Opa-locka airport.