Police: Driver Of Stolen Truck Collides With SUV, Killing DriverThe driver of a stolen Dodge Ram truck smashed head on into a SUV in Allapattah Tuesday afternoon, killing a man.
NTSB Investigates Deadly Midair Collission Over The EvergladesThree people were killed when two small planes collided over the Everglades in far southwestern Miami-Dade.
Local Flight School Dean International Has Had Several Planes Go Down In Past 12 MonthsA local flight school and aircraft rental company is becoming known for plane crashes.
Missouri Senator Questions Keys Debris ContractsMissouri Senator Claire McCaskill is demanding answers from the Federal Emergency Management Agency about the two contracts issued by Governor Rick Scott immediately after Hurricane Irma hit the Florida Keys.
Arrest Made In Theft Of $1K From Woman Making Bank DepositPolice have arrested a man they say snatched more than $1,000 in cash from a woman making a bank deposit in Pinecrest.
Amazon Upbeat On Second Day Of Prime Day, Despite Early GlitchesAmazon is hoping customers don't see any more dogs, after early problems on Prime Day meant people trying to shop got only images of cute canines delivering an apologetic message.
Weston Teen Dies Of Nut Allergy After Mistakenly Eating Chips Ahoy CookieA South Florida couple is warning other parents about food packaging labels after their teenage daughter died from eating a cookie.
Bay Harbor Islands Officer Injured In CrashA Bay Harbor Islands police officer was injured in an early morning crash.
Organizers Of Pulse Nightclub Memorial Seek IdeasOver two years have passed since a gunman opened fire inside a popular gay nightclub in Florida.
Several Arrests Made After Immigration Protest At ICE Facility In Pompano BeachPolice made several arrests Monday afternoon after an immigration protest in Pompano Beach.
Beckham Group Makes Concessions In Miami Freedom Park PitchSoccer star David Beckham and his partners will have another shot at convincing Miami commissioners to put their Miami Freedom Park proposal on the November ballot.
Federal Judge Dismisses Class-Action Lawsuit On Red Light CamerasFollowing the lead of the Florida Supreme Court, a federal judge has dismissed a class-action lawsuit that challenged the way red-light camera programs have been operated throughout the state.