Red Light Camera
Red-light cameras won’t be turned off in Florida this year.
The key House proponent of eliminating red-light cameras ended his effort Monday to prohibit the installation of new cameras across the state.
A Florida legislator has filed a bill aimed at putting the brakes on Florida’s red-light camera law.
After nearly a month of delays, Miami commissioners voted Thursday to move forward with a plan that expands their red light camera program.
Starting Monday, drivers have a new, less expensive option to fight red light camera tickets. But don’t celebrate too soon, because the existing laws are also getting tougher on some drivers.
Red light cameras have received a green light from a Florida appeals court which has has upheld the right of cities to use cameras to catch and fine motorists who run red lights.
It could be lights out for planned red light cameras in Davie.
For the first time, we’re seeing videotape from a deadly alcohol-related accident in Homestead and why a former Homestead police officer who was allegedly driving drunk was not charged with DUI manslaughter.
Thousands of drivers who have paid tickets due to red-light cameras in Pembroke Pines will soon get some of their money back. Officials are preparing to issue refunds for tickets issued before a state law took effect in July 2010.
In just about two weeks Coral Springs will install cameras at two busy intersections: Riverside Drive and University Drive, and Riverside Drive and Sample Road to catch drivers who run red lights