Police Urge "No More Stray Bullets" On New Year's EveCity of Miami officials want the public to know that it's great to ring in the New Year with a celebration as long as it doesn't involve gunfire.
Police Make Arrest In Double Shooting Of Miami TeensMiami-Dade Police announced they made an arrest in connection to a double shooting that injured two teens.
Focus on South Florida: Gun Violence & ChildrenAccording to the Centers for Disease Control. one child or teen dies or is injured from guns every 30 minutes in this country. The Rickia Isaac Foundation was established in Miami-Dade county back in 1997 in memory of the 5-year-old who was killed by a stray bullet while walking home from a Martin Luther King Day parade in Liberty City. The foundation's mission is to reduce gun violence by holding education seminars to show youth that guns is not the answer. We focus on the many ways the foundation makes South Florida a safer place for our children, and an upcoming event in which anyone can participate.
Community Leaders Gather For "See Something, Say Something" Initiative Community leaders lead by Miami-Dade Schools’ Superintendent Alberto Carvalho and police chiefs made a plea on Tuesday, urging everyone to “Say something” if they had “seen something” that could be a crime or could lead to a crime.
Historic Liberty City Restaurant Closing Its Doors After 59 YearsJumbo’s is as well known for its shrimp as it is for its history.
No Celebratory Gunfire On July 4th, Officials SayCity and county officials say it's great to celebrate July 4th, as long as it does not involve gunfire. Officials are coming together for the “No More Stray Bullets” press conference held Thursday afternoon.