S. Florida Jewish Community Keeping An Eye On EgyptAs the political unrest in Egypt continues to send shock waves throughout the Middle East, the heavy Jewish population here in South Florida is paying very close attention.
South Florida Egyptians Hope For The Best In HomelandAs the anti-government revolt in Egypt enters its seventh day, Egyptian-Americans across the nation are praying for peace.
Bad Botox Victim Speaks Out About Deformed FaceA Boca Raton woman is behind bars for allegedly performing Botox injections without a medical license.
Snow Strands Travelers At Local AirportsAs the northeast woke up to another wintry mess, hundreds travelers in South Florida who had flights booked to Boston, Newark and Washington D.C. found that they’d be enjoying another wonderful day in paradise.
Man Charged In Stabbing Death Of W. Dade Mother, Son A man been charged in a stabbing that killed a West Miami-Dade mother of two earlier this month
Daring Procedure Allows Bolivian Girl To WalkBorn with a condition that led to paralysis that doctors deemed untreatable, a Bolivian girl was able to walk for the first time in four years after receiving surgery at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Miami.
Miami Lakes Fundraiser Nets 50K For Slain Officers' FamiliesThe parent company of some of South Florida’s favorite radio stations are holding a fundraiser for the families of the two Miami-Dade police officers who died in a gunfight last week.
St. Pete Police ID Officers Killed In Shootout As South Florida mourned the loss of two Miami-Dade police officers who were killed last week while trying to serve a warrant on a man in Liberty City, two St. Petersburg officers were killed and a U.S. Marshal was injured under eerily similar circumstances.
Memorial Service For Fallen OfficersTwo Miami-Dade police officers who were killed last week in the line of duty will be laid to rest on Monday.
Miami Seaquarium Releases 2 Rehab Turtles Into WildTwo green sea turtles undergoing rehabilitation at the Miami Seaquarium were released back into the wild Thursday. It was a bittersweet moment for the seaquarium.
"Baby Doc" Charged With CorruptionFormer dictator Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier has been charged with corruption and embezzlement for reportedly stealing millions of dollars from Haiti’s treasury.
Hunt Continues For Gunmen In Deadly ShootingThe hunt continues for two men involved in a deadly shooting in northwest Miami-Dade Sunday night which ended the life a 22-year old woman.
Suspects Sought In Fatal ShootingOne woman was killed, and four people were injured, when two men began shooting in front of a home in Miami-Dade late Sunday night.
South Florida Parades Honor Martin Luther King Jr. One of the oldest and largest Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. celebrations in the United States takes place on the street’s of Miami’s Liberty City and Pompano Beach.
Police Unveil Billboard Of Suspected KillerHoping to generate new leads in the murder of a South Florida security guard, a new billboard debuted featuring the picture of his alleged killer.