Search Resumes In Lynda Meier's Disappearance InvestigationFor a second day police using cadaver dogs searched a wooded area in Miami Gardens looking for evidence in the Lynda Meier’s disappearance case.
Graduation Day For 29 New Miami Firefighters Graduation isn’t just for students in high school or college. Friday morning, nearly 30 new recruits graduated from the Miami Fire Rescue Training Center in Coconut Grove.
Bond Set For Clinic Owner In School District Fraud CaseBond was lowered Friday to $100,000 for a Miami-Dade health clinic owner who was arrested, along with two Miami-Dade public school employees after allegedly defrauding the county’s medical insurance plan.
Second Shooting In 12 Hours Rocks Miami NeighborhoodMiami police are investigating two shootings that happened within 12 hours of each other. One of those shootings, a believed to be a drive-by, left one person dead and three others wounded.
Maroone Looking To Hire 500 New Employees TodayIn search of a job? “Who you gonna call? Maroone!”
President Obama In Puerto Rico After Miami StopPresident Barack Obama landed in Puerto Rico Tuesday after leaving South Florida in the morning aboard Air Force One after a quick fund raising trip.
Brush Fire Grows; Krome Still ClosedA raging brush fire continues to burn in West Miami-Dade. It has charred more than 50,000 acres and a stretch of Krome Avenue from the Tamiami Trail to Okeechobee Road remains closed.
West Dade Brush Fire Rages On, MDFR Recommends Residents Evacuate Looking like a fiery snake from above, a raging brush fire in west Miami-Dade has burned more than 30,200 acres, and the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue recommended that the residents of the area evacuate due to the fire impacting their homes.
Firefighters Struggle To Control Raging West Dade Brush FireMiami-Dade and state forestry fire crews plan to throw everything they’ve got at a roaring brush fire in the western part of the county which has burned through 28,000 acres in the last four days.
Dade Brush Fire Burns 3,900 Acres, Krome Remains Closed An eleven mile stretch of Krome Avenue, from SW 8th Street to U.S. 27, remains closed due to a smoky brush fire which has now burned at least 1,800 acres in western Miami-Dade.
40-Foot Open Fisherman Goes Up In FlamesMiami fire investigators are trying to figure out what sparked a fire in an expensive fishing boat overnight.
Broward Mothers Seek Justice For The 2004 Murders Of Their ChildrenPauline Robinson got the call a few days ago. Broward Sheriff's Office Detective Frank Ilarraza told her investigators were on the trail of Omar Williams -- the suspect wanted for murdering Robinson's son and a woman in Lauderhill in 2004.
Robaina, Gimenez Will Play To Strengths Going Into June Run OffMiami-Dade voters will have to go to the polls one more time to decide who will be the next mayor of the county.
Miami-Dade Voters Hit The Polls In A Special ElectionJust months after overwhelmingly voting to remove former Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez from office; Miami-Dade voters began hitting the polls at 7:00 a.m. to make their selection for the next county mayor, two commission seats, and charter amendment changes.
Light Turnout For Miami-Dade Special ElectionPolls in Miami-Dade County have been open for hours, but not many voters turned out Tuesday morning.