30 Children Take Part In Children's Trust Miami Heart Gallery In Hopes Of Finding Loving HomeThirty children looking their best and showing off their personalities are hoping to capture the heart of a family looking to adopt.
Man Dead, Police Officer Injured In SW Dade StandoffA Miami-Dade police officer was injured in a standoff Sunday at a southwest Miami-Dade apartment complex.
Broward Sheriff's 'Getting Rich' Operation Nets Two In Pawn Shop Fencing SchemeA year-long investigation into an organized retail crime operation involving a Tamarac pawn shop resulted in the arrests of two people on Tuesday.
Cars Vandalized In Fort Lauderdale NeighborhoodNearly two dozen cars were broken into overnight Sunday in Imperial Point.
Court Appearance For Miami-Dade Corrections Employee Accused Of Raping Woman He SupervisedAn 11-year employee of the Miami-Dade Department of Corrections went before a judge Saturday morning for allegedly kidnapping and raping a woman he was supervising on house arrest.
South Florida Hurricane Aid, Volunteers Being Sent To Hurricane Ravaged BahamasBy air and by sea, supplies and volunteers from South Florida continue to head to the Hurricane Dorian ravaged northern Bahamas
South Florida Communities Band Together With Relief-Focused Events To Help Bahamas After Hurricane DorianCommunities all around South Florida spent Saturday continuing the much-needed relief efforts to get the Bahamas back on its feet following the devastation of Hurricane Dorian.
With Gusts Over 220 mph, Dorian Becomes 'Strongest Hurricane In Modern Records For NW Bahamas'The Bahamas' Abaco Islands have suffered major damage, according to the Hope Town Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department, with multiple reports of destroyed houses and roofs blown off.
Still Smooth Traveling At Miami International Airport Ahead Of Hurricane DorianWith Labor Day weekend and Hurricane Dorian approaching Florida, the Miami-Dade Aviation Department is watching the storm closely.
Boca Raton Woman Dies After Beaten, Doused With Chemical By DeliverymanA Hialeah man, who is a deliveryman for a major electronics chain, is now charged with attacking a woman and dousing her with a chemical in her Boca Raton home. The woman has died from the injuries she sustained in the attack.
Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho: 'Flawless' First Day Of SchoolMore than 350-thousand students went back to school in Miami-Dade County Monday. So did Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho who started his day bright and early at 4:00 a.m.