All-Out Price War Between South Florida SupermarketsIt’s an all out war between grocery stores in south Florida. They are cutting prices to get you inside their stores.
Report: Shooter At Winn Dixie Angry About Damaged TruckA new arrest report says a 71-year-old man who’s accused of gunning down a man in his 20s outside a Winn Dixie Supermarket on Monday night was angry that his red pickup truck had been damaged.
One Dead After Shooting In Dania BeachOne person is dead after a shooting in Dania Beach on Monday night.
Father Speaks About Son Who Took Gun To NW Dade SchoolThe father of a student who took a gun to his NW Miami-Dade school admits his son has some serious mental health issues and needs help.
More Than A Thousand Stood Under Heat & Sun For Free Food In MiamiMore than a thousand locals lined up Friday morning for several hours under the scorching sun and heat in Miami for a box full of food.
Elderly Man Found Dead In Canal An assisted living facility employee found an elderly man dead in a Miami canal on Saturday morning.
Girl Scout Robbed Outside Lauderdale Winn DixieFt. Lauderdale police are reviewing surveillance video after two people robbed a Girl Scout selling cookies outside a grocery store.
Police Searching For Winn Dixie Robbery SuspectTwo down, one to go as Davie police round up three people they believe robbed a grocery store early Tuesday morning.
Surveillance Video Captures Armed Robbers In Local SupermarketStriking new surveillance tape shows a frightening scene inside a Winn Dixie store when five employees are met by two robbers with guns.
Hundreds Line Up For Mega Job Fair In SunriseOver 3,000 job positions will be up for grabs at a mega job fair Tuesday in Sunrise.
Miami Man Claims $2M Powerball Prize It wasn’t the big winner but a Miami man has claimed a $2 million Powerball prize from the record $588 million drawing.
Gov. Scott Wants To Double Job Training Funding Citing the need to be able to provide qualified applicants to companies that are hiring, Gov. Rick Scott wants to double the funding of the state’s “quick response” job training program.