Roger Stone's Trial Will Bring Out Memorable Cast Of CharactersInvestigators trying to determine whether Roger Stone obtained information from WikiLeaks first had to interview -- and in some cases legally battle with -- a conspiracy theorist, a stand-up comedian, a house painter fighting his subpoena, a White House adviser whose electronic history was apparently deleted and the so-called Manhattan Madam.
Longtime Trump Associate Roger Stone In Court For Final Pretrial HearingLongtime Donald Trump associate Roger Stone was in court on Monday for a final pretrial hearing.
Controversial South Florida Shelter For Unaccompanied Minors Shuts DownThe Trump administration is shutting down a shelter for unaccompanied minors in south Miami-Dade which had come under intense criticism from advocates and lawmakers.
BSO Deputies Association President Says Vote To Remove Scott Israel Went As ExpectedThe president of the BSO Deputies Association watched the live stream of the Florida Senate vote rejecting the reinstatement of former Broward Sheriff Scott Israel.
Medley Police Department Apologizes Participant In Safari-Themed Fashion Show Dressed In BlackfaceThe mayor of Medley and the town's police department have come under fire after pictures of their annual fashion show for seniors showed an elderly man dressed in blackface.
BSO Launches Homicide Investigation After 2 Found Dead In Deerfield BeachThe Broward Sheriff's Office has launched a homicide investigation after two people were found dead inside a Deerfield Beach home on Wednesday morning.
Hialeah Firefighters Flood City Hall To Fight For Pay, Health Care And PensionsHialeah firefighters flooded city hall Tuesday night for a council meeting crucial for their negations with the city dealing with pay, health care and pensions.
Manager: Truck Crashed Into Fort Lauderdale Gas Station 'With A Good Force'Police are investigating after a truck crashed into a gas station in Fort Lauderdale.
South Florida Non-Profit Steps Up To Deliver Much-Needed Water To BahamasA South Florida non-profit group has sent one of the most needed relief supplies to the Bahamas: Water.
Columbus High School Student’s Disturbing Music Video Sparks Homeland Security InvestigationAn investigation is underway Thursday night at Columbus High School after a student posted an offensive homemade music video that some found to be threatening.
Bahamas Road To Recovery Is Through Tourism Which Is Very Much Open For Businessespite all the circulating images of Hurricane Dorian’s brutal destruction, the Bahamas desperately want to get word out that most of its tourism hot spots are very much open for business.