Deputy Suspended For Airport Shooting Video Leak Could Face ArrestIn a leaked video showing what appears to be surveillance footage of the shooter at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in action, a Broward Sheriff's Office deputy is suspended.
Experts Weigh In On Mental Illness Factor In Lauderdale Airport ShootingAfter hearing that the man accused of killing five people at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport had a history of mental problems, some have assumed that explains his actions.
Airport Shooting Suspect Makes First Court AppearanceThe man accused of going on a shooting rampage inside Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, killing five and injuring another six, made his first court appearance in Ft. Lauderdale federal court on Monday.
Brother Of Airport Shooting Suspect Said Govt. Failed HimThe brother of the Iraq war vet accused of killing five people in cold blood in a baggage claim area of Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport said the U.S. government failed him.
Accused Airport Gunman Charged, Feds Seek Death PenaltyThe Iraq war veteran accused of killing five travelers and wounding six others at a busy international airport in south Florida was charged Saturday and could face the death penalty if convicted.
Travelers Forced To Flee Now Without Money Or ID's To Get Home"It's not about stuff, I have my life," said Eve Presler. "People lost their life yesterday. It's not what you expect when you come back from vacation."
Victims Killed In Airport Shooting Were On VacationAs several survivors fight for their life, the identities of three victims killed by a gunman who opened fire on travelers at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Friday have been revealed.
'FBI Failed' Him Says Brother Of Airport Shooting SuspectThe brother of the man accused of killing five people at a Ft. Lauderdale airport questioned Saturday why his brother was allowed to keep his gun after U.S. authorities knew he'd become increasingly paranoid and was hearing voices.
Airport Shooting Raises Questions About Guns In BaggageThe suspect in a deadly shooting at a South Florida airport used a gun that he had stored in his checked luggage, raising questions about airport security and whether safety officials need to change the current rules.
Nearly 4 Million Travelers Expected To Pass Through SoFla AirportsThere are a lot of people on the move right now.
South Florida Airports Seeing Busy Holiday TravelIt's that time of year again. In the air and on the road, millions of Americans are heading out for the Thanksgiving holiday.
White Powder Scare On Southwest Jet In Ft. LauderdaleA white powder scare on a Southwest Airlines flight from Baltimore to Ft. Lauderdale.
Hurricane Matthew Causes Flight Delays, CancelationsIf you planned to fly out today, or have friends or relatives flying in, you may be disappointed.
South Florida Airports Beef Up Security On 9/11 AnniversaryBefore making their way to Miami International Airport, passengers traveling on the 15th anniversary of September 11th were greeted with extra security both inside and outsidethe terminals.
Local Air Traffic Control Union President Explains What Happened During Power OutageA power problem at the Miami Terminal Radar Approach Control created a virtual 'no fly' zone over South Florida.