Man Gets Green Card After Court Strikes Down DOMAA married couple, who has spent many months living apart because the United States didn’t recognize their union, were finally reunited last week.
Supreme Court Overturns Mandatory Life W/Out Parole For JuvenilesLost amidst the hubbub of the Supreme Court’s docket on Monday was a key ruling dealing with how severe of a punishment a juvenile offender could be given.
So-Called 'Sweetheart Swindler' Goes To Trial On Theft ChargesOn a day most women want flowers, two women went to court hoping for justice.
Miami Woman Named To State Juvenile Justice ChairMiami’s own Wansley Walters has been asked to lead the state’s Department of Juvenile Justice.
Surveillance Cameras Capture Alleged TV ThiefA man who attempted to steal a flat screen TV from a Hialeah assisted living facility didn't count on surveillance cameras capturing him.
Father Accused Of Burning 5-Year-Old Son A Miami man is accused of beating and burning his 5-year-old son with hot metal prongs from an adaptor that had been plugged into an electrical outlet.
Charges Dropped Against Man Accused Of Molesting ChildNearly a month after a North Miami Beach man was arrested for molesting a child, the state has dropped the charges.
Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Dies Following StrokeMiami-Dade Circuit Court Judge Roberto Pineiro who had suffered from complications following a stroke died Thursday.
Son Of Ex-Hialeah Chief Pleads Guilty To RobberyThe son of a former Hialeah police chief agreed to take a guilty plea for robbing a bank.
Jim Leyritz DUI Case Goes To The JuryClosing arguments wrapped up Thursday and the judge charged the jury late in the evening in the DUI manslaughter trial of former major league baseball player Jim Leyritz.