FBI Helps Search For Missing Georgia Mom Leila Cavett Whose Toddler Was Found Wandering Alone In MiramarThe FBI is now involved in the case of missing Georgia mother Leila Cavett, whose toddler was found barefoot, wandering alone outside a Miramar apartment complex almost two weeks ago.
'She Could Be In More Danger': Family Of Missing Mom Leila Cavett Seek AnswersThe family of a missing mother, whose toddler was found wandering alone, continues to demand answers.
Police: Missing Mom, Leila Cavett, Last Seen In Hollywood Before Her Toddler Found Wandering In MiramarThe Hollywood Police department is taking over the case of missing mother, Leila Cavett, whose toddler was found wandering all alone in Miramar over the weekend.
'I Just Want To Know My Sister Is OK': Family, Police Concerned About Missing Mother Of Wandering ToddlerDetectives are now investigating and searching for Leila Cavett, who could be the mother of a toddler who was found wandering all alone, wearing only a T-shirt and diaper, outside of a Miramar apartment complex on Sunday.
Possible Break In The Case Of Wandering Toddler In MiramarThere is a possible break in the case of a toddler found wandering all alone, wearing only a T-shirt and diaper, outside of a Miramar apartment complex on Sunday.
Miramar Seeking Options To Avoid Furloughing City EmployeesIt appears the furloughs of Miramar city employees are off the table, for now.
Accused In Miramar Armed Robbery, NFL Player DeAndre Baker Pleads Not GuiltyOne of two NFL players accused in a robbery in Miramar has pleaded not guilty.
Miramar City Employees, Including First Responders, Facing FurloughsA drastic decision in Miramar as all city employees, including police officers and firefighters, are facing furloughs.
Miramar Student Pilot Killed In Fiery Small Plane CrashA student pilot died Tuesday morning in a fiery crash in Miramar.
Three Sought In Miramar Home InvasionThe search is on for three people involved in a violent home invasion in Miramar.
Local Mayor Says COVID-19 Testing Must Be Expanded To Help People In Minority CommunitiesSouth Florida still has just two public sites where you do not need to be in a car to get tested for coronavirus. That has one mayor saying much more needs to happen to make sure people in minority communities have access to the testing.