ICE Agent Dies After Miami-Beach Hit & RunA federal agent - the victim of a hit and run in Miami Beach- has died.
Homestead: One Of Three Cities To Open Children's Immigration ShelterFlorida is set to join Colorado and New Mexico as locations selected for the U.S. government's new shelters to house young Central American immigrants as part of an effort to deal with a renewed influx of unaccompanied children coming across the border.
U.S. & Cuba Discuss Drug Trafficking In D.C.Officials from the U.S. and Cuban governments held their second meeting on Counter-Narcotics at the nation's capital.
Little Girl Shares Immigration Message With PopeA 5-year old girl, passed to Pope Francis for a blessing in Washington, D.C., urged the pontiff to push for immigration reform and give his blessing on the matter.
ICE Looks At 700 Miami Businesses For Money Laundering SchemesMore than 700 businesses in the Miami area are being looked at by the feds for possible money laundering schemes.
Over 2,000 Criminals Arrested In Nationwide ICE Operation Across the country, immigration agents have been rounding up criminals who are in the U.S. illegally.
Jamaican Trio Arrested In Alleged Lottery ScamA trio of Jamaican nationals were arrested Thursday and charged separately for their roles in a Jamaican-based telemarketing fraud scheme.
Man Wanted For Murder In Argentina Arrested On Miami Beach U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested a man on Miami Beach who is wanted for murder in Argentina.
Fmr. Private School Teacher Charged With Child Porn PossessionA former teacher at private Miami Beach school was arrested Tuesday and charged with possession of child pornography.
Feds Arrest Florida Woman For Sexual Exploitation Of A ChildA Florida woman suspected of being a child pornographer and at the center of a nationwide search has been captured.
Feds Seek "Jane Doe" For Sexual Exploitation Of A ChildGovernment officials are looking for an unknown woman accused of using a young child for sexual exploitation.
Operation 'Cross Check' Nets 139 S. Fla. Arrests, 3,100 NationwideFederal immigration officials say they’ve taken thousands of convicted criminal aliens off the streets nationwide including dozens from South Florida.