Miami-Dade Police Arrest Man Caught Using Sophisticated License Plate Cover To Avoid TollsPolice have arrested a man they said used a sophisticated device to hide his license plate while going through SunPass tolls.
Ultra Moving To Virginia Key; Miami Commissioners Vote To Keep Music Festival In South FloridaMiami city commissioners are moving Ultra, which was booted out of Downtown's Bayfront Park, to Virginia Key.
Miami-Dade Elections Recount Finished? Not So FastAfter finishing a machine recount of general election ballots with meteoric speed, Miami-Dade’s elections office isn’t done yet.
Strong Early Voting Turn Out For Midterm ElectionThere's been a record turn out at the polls across Florida ahead of Tuesday's General Election.
Family Of Florida City Man Shot By Police File Suit Against City, State Attorney's OfficeThe family of a Florida City man who was shot by police held a news conference Wednesday to announce the filing of a lawsuit against the City and the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office.
Low Bond For Suspect In DUI Arrest That Yielded Arsenal Of Weapons, Bulletproof Vest & Knife With Swastika A DUI arrest in Miami Beach led police to discover an arsenal of weapons inside a man's vehicle early Thursday morning.
City Of Miami Police Officers Facing Federal Charges Appear Before JudgeDozens of family and friends showed up at Miami Federal Court Wednesday as three allegedly crooked Miami cops appeared before a judge.
Early Voters In Miami-Dade Camp Overnight To Be First In LineVoting in the Nov. 6 General Election has already reached nearly one million by people who have voted by mail. But today is the first day of in-person early voting and some South Florida voters camped out overnight to be the first in line to cast their ballots.
Issues, Civic Duty Drive Voter RegistrationAt Miami-Dade's elections office there was a box office business as citizens registered to vote on the last day they could for the November General Election.
Teen Attacked At FIU Speaks Out: "I Went Straight Into Survival Mode"15-year-old Isabela Perdomo is recalling the events of September 10th, when on the bay by the MAST High School at FIU she and fellow honor student, 16-year-old James Critz, were savagely attacked. 
New Video Shows Man Planning To Burn Down Building & Kill Jewish NeighborsProsecutors have released visual evidence in the case against a Miami Beach man charged with plotting to burn down his condominium complex.