Hearing This Week To Finalize Art Acevedo’s Future As Miami Police ChiefMiami Mayor Francis Suarez came forward Tuesday to announce his agreement with the suspension of Chief Art Acevedo.
Make-A-Wish Southern Florida Breaks Ground On Permanent Place In Overtown For Families It ServesIt was a celebration of hope Wednesday for critically-ill children and their families here in South Florida.
South Florida Restaurants Plagued By Staffing And Supply ShortagesHave you been out to eat lately? You've probably noticed staffing shortages are plaguing South Florida restaurants.
Defense Motions To Get Video Tossed Out Showing Nikolas Cruz Attacking Broward Jail GuardNikolas Cruz went before a judge Tuesday for a hearing regarding the attack of a Broward jail guard back in November of 2018.
Special City Of Miami Commission Meeting Held To Discuss Future Of Chief Art AcevedoRecently, Acevedo, who is of Cuban decent, made a comment regarding how the police department was run by the “Cuban Mafia.”
Attorney Weighs In On Middle School Students Facing Felony Charges For Threats Against SchoolThree middle school students are facing felony charges after reportedly making threatening statements about their school in an online chat.
Remembering 9/11: A Look At How September 11th Attacks Are Taught In Schools 20 Year LaterMost students of this generation, from kindergartners all the way up to college students, were not even born when 9/11 happened.
Police Say Driver Who Killed 3 People Was Drunk & Reached Speeds Of 120 MPHA cross and a candle now sit at a bus stop near the intersection of Sunset Drive and SW 92 Avenue, where three people lost their lives Tuesday.
Surfside Memorial Wall Items Removed, Preserved By HistoryMiami MuseumAfter more than two months, the memorial wall in Surfside has been taken down.
Dozens Of Dogs, Cats From Louisiana Were Brought To South Florida Ahead Of Ida's ArrivalDozens of dogs and cats from Louisiana were brought to Broward ahead of Hurricane Ida's arrival and will be put up for adoption.
Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho Supports Mandatory Masking With Medical Opt-OutThe decision is not final yet. This will be taken up for a vote by the board on Wednesday.