Police Still Deciding Whether To File Charges After Toddler Accidentally Shoots Mother In Parked SUVFort Lauderdale police are still deciding whether or not to file charges the day after a mother was accidentally shot by her three year old son.
'Intersection Erupted Into War Zone': Family Of Driver Richard Cutshaw Killed In Miramar Police ShootoutThe family of one of the innocent bystanders killed in a police shootout in Miramar has hired a high-profile law firm to try and get some answers.
Fort Lauderdale Police: Child Finds Gun In Vehicle, Accidentally Shoots MomA woman is hospitalized after Fort Lauderdale police say she was accidentally shot by one of her small children.
Crews Still Working To Clean Up Flood Of Sewage In Fort Lauderdale NeighborhoodMore than 24 hours after a broken 54-inch sewer main flooded streets and driveways in the exclusive Rio Vista neighborhood, crews are still working to clean up rivers of waste.
Man Convicted Of Beating Craigslist Roommate Into A Coma Sentenced To Life In PrisonThe man accused of severely beating his roommate he met on Craigslist has been sentenced to life in prison.
Suspects Accused Of Killing Coral Springs Firefighter Chris Randazzo Plea Not GuiltyThe men accused of killing Coral Springs firefighter Chris Randazzo back in October pleaded not guilty on Monday morning before a Broward County judge.
Documentary 'The Trayvon Martin Hoax' Claims Key Prosecution Witness A FraudIn the newly released documentary ‘The Trayvon Hoax,’ filmmaker Joel Gilbert claims the key prosecution witness during George Zimmerman’s trial is a fraud.
Events For Fans Ramping Up Ahead Of Super Bowl 54Super Bowl 54 at Hard Rock Stadium is fast approaching and preparations are ramping up for fan events.
‘My Kids Give Me Hope’: Fort Lauderdale Mother Of 5 In Desperate Need Of Help This Holiday SeasonThe school her children attends sent a raw turkey home to cook for Thanksgiving. The only problem is Michelle McCray has no oven.
Miami Gardens Police Seek Answers In Florida Memorial University Fatal Double ShootingMiami Gardens police Tuesday released a few more details on a deadly double shooting that happened on the campus of Florida Memorial University over the weekend.
The Green Plague: Exploding Iguana Population Making South Florida ‘Look Like Jurassic Park’It's being called the "green plague." Hundreds of thousands of green iguanas now call Florida home. And with another mild winter in South Florida, the population is exploding.
Car, Wheel Thieves Target West Pompano Beach CommunityThieves are apparently targeting cars in the vast high-rise communities of Cypress Bend and Palm Aire off Powerline Road in west Pompano Beach and neighbors are putting the word out on NextDoor.
State’s Key Witness In Ex-Hallandale Beach Mayor Joy Cooper’s Corruption Trial Grilled For 2 HoursThe man who could send Joy Cooper to prison took the stand Thursday. And the lawyer for the former Hallandale Beach mayor did his best to discredit the state’s star witness.
Corruption Trial Underway For Former Hallandale Beach Mayor Joy CooperFree on bond since her arrest on public corruption charges in 2018, former Hallandale Beach Mayor Joy Cooper is standing trial in Fort Lauderdale.
Mixed Reaction To Gov. Ron DeSantis’ Proposed Budget That Would Boost New Teacher SalariesWhen the state legislature reconvenes next year, they will consider a budget proposal by Gov. Ron DeSantis that includes more than $600 million to raise the minimum salary for teachers.