Shooting Investigated In Miami GardensPolice are investigating a shooting near a Miami Gardens convenience store.
'See Something, Say Something,' Leads Police To Lauderdale Lakes Middle School Student With BB GunA middle school student is being credited with 'seeing something and saying something,' leading police to a student with a BB gun.
Hard Rock Stadium Beer Vendor Accused Of Using Personal Card Reader To Charge Fan $724 For 2 BeersA football fan who went to see the Los Angeles Chargers beat the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday was shocked when he received a message from his credit card company saying he had just been charged $724 for two beers.
Plantation Officer Injured In Sunrise CrashPolice are investigating a crash which injured a Plantation officer on Thursday morning in Sunrise.
Arrest Made In 'Brutal Murder' Of Two Women In Northwest MiamiMiami-Dade police have made an arrest in connection with the murder of two women in Northwest Miami.
Former Miami Police Officers Sentenced To Long Prison Terms For 'Protecting Drug Dealers'Two former Miami police officers received long prison sentences Friday for protecting drug dealers who were actually FBI agents.
Man Wounded In Police-Involved Shooting In MiamiA shooting involving a Miami-Dade police officer resulted in a man being wounded Sunday morning.
Police Investigate Body Found In Miramar LakePolice detectives are investigating a dead person found in a Miramar lake on Friday afternoon.
Use Of Force Training Shows Real-Time Decision BSO Deputies Forced To MakeThe intent of the training was to give media — and through us, the public — a view of how these confrontations occur and how quickly deputies have to make use of force decisions.
Toddler Drowns In Lake Near Her Coconut Creek HomePolice said a young girl drowned Tuesday in a lake near her family home in Coconut Creek.
Florida Appeals Court Sides With Criminal Defendant On iPhone PasscodeSaying courts across the country are “struggling to find common legal ground” on the issue, a divided Florida appeals court Thursday sided with a criminal defendant who fought turning over his cell-phone passcode to police.