Police are investigating an incident in Palmetto Bay where one person is dead after being shot.
The flyers bear a swastika and images of uniformed Nazi soldiers. The leaflets, distributed by a neo-Nazi group based in Tulsa, OK, appeared last week on driveways, under windshield wipers and in mailboxes of homes in the Mangowood neighborhood of Palmetto Bay. It is the second time in two years that almost identical pamphlets, from the same organization, have papered the same neighborhood.
During day three in the murder trial against Eric Rivera, the man accused of killing famed football player Sean Taylor, jurors got to hear the contents of a letter written by Rivera in which he asks his cousin to tell a witness to lie to police.
There’s never a shortage of things to do on Halloween in South Florida. Check out the list and prepare for a night of door-to-door fun.
Florida Power and Light Company demolished two 150-foot-tall smokestacks Saturday morning in Palmetto Bay.
Some burglars are getting creative with how they bypass alarm systems and break into homes.
A Palmetto Bay resident, after expressing concern over a Lobster Zone game at a local restaurant, has been awarded a Lobster Defender Award from PETA who believes the game “belong(s) in the book of bad ideas.”
Dana Munsey, owner of Rotunda Jewelers has a had a tough year.
A very large python who made its home on a Palmetto Bay lawn was removed by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Venom Unit Monday, much to the horror of residents nearby.
South Miami-Dade residents are about to find out about big plans that could impact their daily commute and perhaps their pocketbook.