Miami Rescue Task Forces Deployed To Panhandle Ahead Of Hurricane MichaelMiami's Florida Task Force II packed up Tuesday to head to the state's Panhandle in preparation for the arrival of Hurricane Michael.
Driver Identified In Deadly Crash At Miami Elementary SchoolThe driver of a pickup truck was killed early Friday morning in a single-vehicle crash in Miami.
Miami Students Take Aim At Gun Violence At Do The Right Thing EventHundreds of South Florida students are taking a pledge against violence. It is part of the annual Do The Right Thing campaign and this year’s pledge takes on a special meaning for these students.
Fire Rips Through Miami Home, Displaces Four & Causes EvacuationsAn early morning fire has left a Miami family homeless, their house is a total loss after flames ripped through the structure.
'He's A Good Guy': Friend Describes Wheelchair-Bound Panhandler Struck In The Street, KilledFort Lauderdale police are investigating the death of a wheelchair-bound man who was hit by not one, but two vehicles whose drivers then took off.
Grandmother Says 5-Year-Old Girl Is Shot In The Back In Liberty CityMiami Police are investigating after a child was shot at apartment complex in Liberty City.
9/11 Never Forget Exhibit Stops In Coral SpringsA project conceived seven years ago is now a traveling memorial to the thousands who died in the September 11th attacks 17 years ago.
South Florida First Responders, FPL Crews Heading To The CarolinasAs Hurricane Florence takes aim at the coastlines of North Carolina and South Carolina, first responders in South Florida are gearing up to help.
Neighbor Takes Down Firebug Who Torched DoormatMiguel Quintero was up and working Monday morning around 1 a.m. when he saw something suspicious.
Federal Judge Shoots, Kills Self During Hours-Long Police Standoff In SW Miami-DadeA federal judge, involved in a Miami-Dade SRT standoff for hours early Friday morning, ended when he shot and killed himself inside the Southwest Miami-Dade home.
Miami-Dade Reaches Agreement With School District To Provide Armed OfficersMiami-Dade Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho and Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez signed an agreement Friday which provides more than 100 officers for elementary schools and K-8 centers across the county.
Truck Slams Into Front Of Miami Barbershop An investigation is underway after a pickup truck slammed into the front of a Miami barbershop overnight.