Former Police Director Death Ruled As SuicideMedical Examiners ruled the death of retired Miami-Dade Police Director Robert Parker as a suicide.
Former Police Director Found DeadRobert Parker, who rose through the ranks of the Miami Dade Police Department and became its first African-American director, was found dead late Wednesday at his home along the intracoastal.
Conference Aims To Help Empower Hundreds Of Local StudentsHundreds of Miami-Dade role model students were greeted at Marlins Park by their mentors and law enforcement officials, welcoming them to a life changing event on Friday.
Miami Gardens Leaders & Residents Talk About Gun ViolenceSeeing police lights, bullet holes and the faces of children lost to gun violence were reasons for community leaders coming together to discuss how to prevent violence in the future.
Man Arrested For Selling Fake Cruise Tickets One man spent his birthday in bond court, accused of selling possibly up to $100, 000 worth of fake cruise tickets.
Jury Selection Underway In Sean Taylor Murder TrialAfter numerous delays, jury selection got underway Tuesday in the trial of a man accused of firing the fatal shot which killed All-Pro Safety Sean Taylor during a botched burglary.
Trial Begins Tuesday In Murder of Redskins' Sean TaylorAfter numerous delays, jury selection is scheduled to begin Tuesday for Eric Rivera's first-degree murder trial. River is accused of killing All-Pro Safety Sean Taylor nearly six years ago.
Congresswoman, Former MDPD Chief Teach Students To LeadA Miami-area congresswoman and a former director of Miami-Dade Police teamed up Thursday to prepare middle and high school students to lead.
Miami Rapper Bizzle Shot To Death At Car WashA popular Miami rapper was shot to death in front of a Liberty City car wash Monday evening. Now police are trying to figure out what led to this deadly shooting.
Focus on South Florida -- The Death of Trayvon Martin: Beyond the Headlines
What Happened To 2004 DNA Match On Edward Mozie?The CBS4 I-Team is investigating why a DNA match message sent by the national DNA database, confirming the identity of a suspected rapist, was not received by the Miami-Dade Police Department. The suspect was able to remain free on the South Florida streets for months.