Officers Shot At While Serving Suspect, Leads To SWAT StandoffA police standoff in North Miami has ended with an individual being taken into custody.
Women To Suspected Peeping Tom: "Show Us Your Phone"Following the moments of a perceived invasion of privacy, several women followed 35-year-old Sergio Bayate out of a Miami Beach department store Wednesday and shined the camera -- and spotlight -- on him.
Last-Minute Shopping: Trouble Or Tradition?As the clock winds down from Christmas Eve into Christmas Day, last-minute shoppers scuttle around the Dolphin Mall one last time.
Driver Saved From Fiery Wreck After Flipping CarA fiery wreck in southwest Miami-Dade nearly cost a young man his life, if not for the brave rescue efforts by first responders.
Christmas Comes Early For Kids At Holtz Children's HospitalChristmas Day is still more than a week away but for the young patients at the Holtz Children's Hospital, they got an early jump on the gift-giving holiday.
Hundreds Line Up For 'Cuban Christmas' Meals In Little HavanaWell before the sun would rise Wednesday, a line of hundreds began wrapping around a Little Havana block.
Little Havana Apartment Evacuated After FireMore than a dozen residents in Little Havana are in need of a place to stay after an apartment fire forced them out of their homes Sunday.
100-Year-Old Pearl Harbor Survivor Recalls Historic AttackRetired Air Force sergeant Joseph Iscovitz was 25 years old and stationed at Pearl Harbor when the Japanese suddenly attacked 75 years ago on December 7th.
No Tears Shed By Miami Exiles For Castro FuneralCuban exile Armando Garcia was at the Versailles restaurant in Miami's Little Havana on Sunday when Fidel Castro was being interred in the island's eastern city of Santiago.
FIU Student Shot To Death In Sweetwater Parking GarageInvestigators are trying to determine what led to the murder of a FIU student in the parking garage of an apartment building in Sweetwater.
Princess Cruise Lines To Pay $40 Million For Dumping Waste In OceanPrincess Cruise Lines has been ordered to pay the largest-ever criminal penalty for the intentional pollution of ocean waters.
Celebrations Continue In Little Havana On SundaySouth Florida is continuing to celebrate the death of Fidel Castro with the jubilation spanning several generations of Cuban people.