Remains Of WWII Marine Found On Island To Arrive In FloridaRemains of a World War II U.S. Marine, recovered from a Pacific Island, will be buried in Florida near the grave of his twin brother.
Police Hand Out Flyers To Help Find Metrorail Security Guard’s KillerMiami-Dade Police detectives and bike patrol officers spent part of the evening handing out flyers at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Plaza Metrorail Station in hopes of generating leads in the murder of a security guard.
Security Guard Shot At Dade Metro Rail Station Dies security guard shot at a Miami-Dade Metro Rail station has died, according to authorities.
Family Pleads For Info In Security Guard ShootingThe family of a security guard shot at a Miami-Dade metro rail station is asking for the public's help to find those responsible.
Security Guard Critical After Dade Metro Rail ShootingA security guard, shot at a Northwest Miami-Dade metro rail station was last listed in critical condition, according to authorities.
Veteran Arrested After Standoff With Police Appears In CourtA veteran arrested for allegedly shooting inside his Miami Lakes apartment and almost hit the responding police officers appeared in bond court Monday.
Veteran Arrested After Standoff With Police In Miami LakesA veteran has been taken into custody after he allegedly started shooting inside his Miami Lakes apartment and almost hit the responding police officers.
Miami Beach Goes Red, White & Blue With Vets Day ParadeIn celebration of Veterans Day, Miami Beach will hold the annual parade along Washington Avenue from 17th to 11th streets.
Stolen Wallet Returned To VeteranA Vietnam veteran got his wallet back after it was taken while he was shopping at a Publix in The Hammocks.
Veteran Killed In Early Morning Crash A driver struck and killed a veteran on his way to a Tamarac hospital Thursday morning.
WWII Soldier's Remains Linked To His Delray Beach NephewThe remains of an American soldier, who fought in World War II, have been identified and brought back for a proper burial.
$17B Bipartisan Deal Reached To Start Fixing Embattled VA Health CareLawmakers have reached a bipartisan deal to start fixing the embattled Department of Veterans Affairs. The deal to improve veterans' health care would authorize at least $17 billion to fix the health program scandalized by long patient wait times and falsified records covering up delays, the bill's chief supporters said Monday.
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