Injured Pro-Athlete Becomes Entrepreneur, Makes MillionsLewis Howes is an online marketing expert and a successful author. His book The School of Greatness has been on the New York Times Best Seller list for two weeks in a row and was a top 10 seller on Amazon.
Final Hours Of Amoeba Victim's Life Spent With Family & FriendsThe family of a young boy attacked by a dangerous brain-eating amoeba has decided to take him off a ventilator.
Gate Crashers Big Problem At Ultra Music FestThe booming bass of the Ultra Music Festival will be felt again Sunday across Downtown Miami.
Man Charged With Murder In Shaken Baby DeathNew charges have been filed against an Oakland Park man previously charged with abuse for violently shaking his infant son to get him to stop crying.
South Florida Shivers With Temperature DropThe cold front has brought in the wind and the chills to South Florida, but that didn't stop locals and tourists from going out this holiday weekend.
Coconut Grove Arts Festival Celebrates 50 YearsThis weekend, the Coconut Grove Arts Festival celebrates 50 years, with more than 500,000 expected to line South Bayshore Drive and McFarlane Road over the course of the three-day event.
Police Warn Of Dangers When Pointing Laser Lights At HelicoptersAn 18-year-old Miami man is expected to appear in federal court for allegedly pointing a green laser at a Miami-Dade Police Department helicopter.
Boynton Beach Dad Kills Two Sons, Himself In Front Of WifeA father killed his two sons, despite their mother’s pleas to take her life instead, police said Saturday morning. He then shot and killed himself.
Kid's 911 Call Foils Home BurglaryA quick-thinking child helped stop a robbery at his home and get police to the scene fast enough to catch all of the suspects.
Scooter Store Destroyed By Fire Started By Molotov CocktailsFor the past 20 years, two brothers have put their whole life into their business and in a matter of minutes they lost everything in an intentionally set fire that started next door.
Miami Officials: Skip The Celebratory Gunfire On New Year’s Eve City of Miami officials want the public to know that it's great to ring in the New Year with a celebration as long as it doesn't involve gunfire.
Shoppers Looking For Big After-Christmas BargainsJust because Christmas is over doesn’t mean the holiday spending has come to an end. Across South Florida the stores and malls are expected to be swamped today by shoppers looking to return unwanted gifts and use gift cards.