Focus On South Florida: Hate Crimes in FloridaThe war against hate crimes has gained new urgency in the past few years, and Florida is a major battleground.
Arrest Made After Man Reportedly Threatened To Kill Muslims At Miami Gardens MosqueA man is accused of posting several messages on social media threatening to kill Muslims at a mosque in Miami Gardens.
Man Charged With Hate Crimes In Brickell Bridge Confrontation ArraignedA man charged with hate crimes after he reportedly threatened a group of teens on bikes on the Brickell Bridge was formally arraigned on Wednesday.
Amid US Racial Divisions, Auschwitz Memorial Issues WarningHolocaust memorial site Auschwitz-Birkenau is weighing in on President Donald Trump's response to anti-Semitic and racially charged hatred.
Report: More Than 1/2 Of Hate Crimes In US Go UnreportedA new federal report found the majority of hate crimes in the United States, over a 12-year period, were not reported to police.
House Bill Extends "Hate Crimes" Law To JudgesFlorida's "hate crimes" law could apply to offenses against judges, correctional officers, probation officers and first responders, under a bill approved Wednesday by a House panel.
Anti-Semitic Incidents Up Slightly In Florida Last YearFlorida notched a slight increase in the number of anti-Semitic incidents in the state last year compared to nation which saw sizeable jump.
State Sees Drop In Hate Crime NumbersFlorida saw a substantial drop in hate crimes last year. Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi said in 2013 there were 124 reported hate crimes.
Drop In Anti-Semitic Incidents In The State Last YearFor the fourth consecutive year, the number of anti-Semitic incidents reported in the state has dropped.
Hate Crimes Up Across Florida Hate crimes were up across the state in 2012. According to the 2012 Hate Crimes in Florida Report released by Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office, there was increase in hate crimes of 22 percent compared to the year earlier.
BSO: Two Reports Laud Their Work Protecting The HomelessProtecting the homeless became a priority for the Broward Sheriff's Office after a deadly attack on a homeless man near Fort Lauderdale in 2006.
Sanford Police Investigate Leak In Trayvon Martin CaseOne day after a huge rally in Sanford where a neighborhood watch captain shot and killed Trayvon Martin one month, the parents of the Miami Gardens teen plan to appear Tuesday afternoon at a Capitol Hill forum on racial profiling and hate crimes.
Hate Crimes Remain Low Across The StateHate crimes in the state continue to remain at their lowest numbers since Florida began tracking them two decades ago.