Two Men Indicted For First-Degree Murder In Fentanyl-Related Death Of 22-Year-OldTwo men have been indicted for first-degree murder in a Fentanyl-related death of a 22-year-old South Floridian.
2 MDCPS Employees, 1 Other Arrested For Scheme Selling GED CertificatesThree people, including two Miami-Dade County Public Schools employees, have been arrested for allegedly participating in a scheme to sell GED certificates.
Arrests Made In 2011 Torture Murder Of South Florida ManMiami-Dade state attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle spoke on Thursday about five men that are now charged for murder.
Parents Speak Out After Teenage Son Is Allegedly Kicked In Face By Police OfficerThe parents of a 17-year-old boy who was allegedly kicked in the face by a Miami-Dade police officer are speaking out.
State & Local Leaders Discuss Ways To End Gun Violence In South FloridaState, local and federal authorities came together at City of Miami Police headquarters to speak about the gun violence that’s plaguing our community
Miami-Dade State Attorney Says Criminal Charges "Improbable" In FIU Bridge CollapseThe National Transportation Safety Board says they still have a lot of work to do before they can even begin to assign blame for the deadly pedestrian bridge collapse at FIU.
11 People Arrested After Bust Of Major Fuel Theft RingMiami-Dade’s State Attorney’s office has busted a major fuel theft ring in South Florida. 
Miami-Dade State Atty. Stops Short Of Criticizing DCF After Toddler's DeathMiami-Dade's State Attorney stopped just short of directly criticizing the Department of Children and families after a mother allegedly killed her 2-year-old son.
Fernandez Rundle May Be Considering Run For Statewide OfficeMiami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle may be considering a run for a statewide office.
Election Response Task Force Monitors Miami-Dade VotingDozens of investigators fanned out Tuesday across precincts throughout Miami-Dade to monitor voting and to look for irregularities.
Facing South Florida: Rundle's Shady FundraiserKatherine Fernandez Rundle, the top law enforcement official in Miami-Dade County, attended a fundraiser for her re-election campaign co-hosted by a man who admitted in federal court to loaning money at a 36 percent interest rate, which would be considered a violation of Florida’s laws against loansharking.