One Stop Walking Curbs Crime & Provides Social Benefits To ResidentsMiami Gardens Police officers joined social activists and community leaders Monday as they fanned out across an apartment building. It was part of the Walking One Stop aimed at curbing crime and giving economic and social benefits to residents in need.
Facing South Florida: Charleston Church MassacreWe will focus on the church massacre that took place in Charleston, South Carolina.
Local Churchgoer Packing While Praying After Church MassacreOne local parishioner is now packing when he goes praying following the church massacre in Charleston.
Race Matters: Town Hall Meeting On Policing In South DadeAs a result of our Race Matters Series, State Representative Kionne L. Mcghee from District 117 hosted a solution-driven discussion on policing in South Dade on Friday, May 29, 2015.
Race Matters, Day 3: “These Cases Have Very Serious Consequences” During its five-month investigation into the Miami-Dade Police Department’s Crime Suppression Team, CBS4 News reviewed every arrest the officers from the South District Station made in 2014.
Race Matters, Day 2: “It’s About Quality of Life”“A Saturation Detail.” In police parlance it is a term used to describe an operation in a particular neighborhood where officers blanket the area.
Locals Lend Helping Hand To Veteran's WidowA Miami-Dade group helped rebuild the home of the widow of a U.S. veteran.
One Dead In Richmond Heights Double Shooting Police are currently investigating a double shooting in Richmond Heights Friday.
Orlando Police Arrest Teen Wanted For SW Miami-Dade MurderPolice in Orlando have arrested a man wanted for a murder in Southwest Miami-Dade County. Christopher Curry, 17, was arrested in Orlando Saturday.
Miami-Dade NAACP Discusses Zimmerman Verdict PlanThe Miami-Dade NAACP is preparing it's Zimmerman verdict plan.
Triple Stabbing Leads To Police Involved ShootingA Richmond Heights man was shot and killed by a Miami-Dade police officer after he allegedly stabbed three of his own family members and tried to hit his teenage niece with a car.
Remembering Hurricane Andrew: Stories Of SurvivalOn August 24, 1992 a Category 5 monster Hurricane Andrew devastated South Florida turning its full force on South Miami-Dade County. Bill and Sandy Zinn’s home in Homestead was completely destroyed, but the memories of Andrew live on.