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Florida-Based Radiology Provider Files For Bankruptcy. Patients Allege Some Offices Have Closed.L. CaneNewsBreak Contributor
Missing Miami Baby Located and Safe and is Now in DCF CustodyNewsCrunchNewsBreak Contributor
Miami-Dade Police Investigate Death Following Home Invasion in DoralNik HatziefstathiouNewsBreak Contributor
Repeat Offender: Miami-Dade Convict Out On Probation Charged with New Murder and ShootingRachel PerkinsNewsBreak Contributor
Police investigating after body found in SUV in Miami-Dade
MIAMI -- Police were searching for clues after the body of a man was found early Tuesday morning in northwest Miami-Dade, authorities said.Police erected crime scene tape and sealed off the area by northwest 37th Avenue and 28th Street after the body was found around 6:15 a.m. in a silver SUV.The identity of the victim, said to be a Hispanic man in his early 40s, was pending.Investigators said they are not ruling out the possibility that the discovery is related to a home invasion that occurred near northwest 64th Street and 102nd Avenue. Miami-Dade police were alerted to the grisly discovery...
A Florida Woman Was Arrested for Hitting Her Son With Her Car. She Was Aiming at the Kids Fighting Him, Police Say
Quantavia Miltanise Samuel, 33, is facing battery and assault charges
Woman stabbed boyfriend with rabies needles because he was looking at other women: Police
The dogs were supposed to receive the rabies shots, but instead the needles ended up in their owner's eye -- allegedly because of the actions of their other owner. The post Woman stabbed boyfriend in eye with rabies needles because he was looking at other women: Police first appeared on Law & Crime.
This City in Florida Was Just Named One of the Worst Cities to Raise a Family in the Entire State
Some Florida cities might not be the best places to raise a family because of high rates of crime, few educational options, and a dearth of family-friendly resources. Economic difficulties can exacerbate inequalities in access to healthcare and other necessities, making the homeless suitable for raising a family.
Man Detained After Incident with Seminole Police Officer at Casino Parking Lot
• A man was detained after an incident with a Seminole police officer in a casino parking lot. • Initially, it was reported that the suspect fired at the officer, but it was later confirmed that the officer responded to a "medical episode" and fired at the suspect.
Monarch High School students stage walkout in support of reassigned principal
FORT LAUDERDALE -- On Tuesday, dozens of Monarch High School students staged a walkout in support of their suspended principal. Principal John Cecil, an assistant principal, and an athletic director were reassigned Monday while district officials conduct an investigation into "allegations of improper student participation in sports," officials said. Sources told CBS News Miami that the reassignment stems from the violation of a recent state law that governs sports and gender. "The school is not any good without a principal. We need someone here who is able to lead us. Even though it's a state law, I know according to state law you...
Miami police accuse pair of hate-fueled beating, robbery of transgender women
MIAMI – Police arrested two men Monday after accusing the pair of attacking and robbing a group of women in Miami after finding out they were transgender. Cesar Gaitan, 26, of Miami Beach, and Douglas Valle, 36, of southwest Miami-Dade, each face a charge of strong-armed robbery with prejudice.
Man found dead in SUV near Miami airport, cops say. May be linked to Doral home invasion
What we know so far.
Repeat Offender: Miami-Dade Convict Out On Probation Charged with New Murder and Shooting
MIAMI, FL — In a disturbing turn of events, 47-year-old Reginald Dwight Wilkerson Jr., a Miami-Dade convict recently released from prison, has been charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder following a fatal shooting and another attack in October.
Can drivers pass a red light that doesn’t turn green? What Florida law says about that
You have a few options.
Once Miami’s mayor, Tomás Regalado returns to politics for a Miami-Dade run
Regalado said he had planned to run for mayor again in 2025 but opted to run for property appraiser when the current office holder said he wasn’t running again.
Suspect tried to strangle man during burglary attempt in Miami, police say
MIAMI – Police arrested a suspect Monday who they said attempted to strangle another man during a burglary attempt in Miami. Miami police responded to an assault at a home around 10:20 a.m. near the 1400 block of Northeast Miami Court, just south of the city’s Wynwood area.
‘I hope it's not my brother': 911 calls released in fatal father-son shooting in Kendall
New 911 calls capture the frantic moments after a father allegedly shot and killed his 21-year-old son in Kendall earlier this month. David Contreras, 52, is facing a second-degree murder charge in the Nov. 3 killing of Eric Contreras. New 911 calls capture the frantic moments after a father allegedly...
Residents of evacuated Miami-Dade condo return home relieved, but wary
In early October, an electrical explosion in a condo building near North Miami Beach forced hundreds of residents to evacuate and thrust them into one of the nation's most unaffordable housing markets. Among the Wilshire condominium residents temporarily driven out of their home was Andres Quinones, who had been living...
Woman accused of passing counterfeit money attempted to eat fake bills, police say
A South Florida woman accused of trying to pass counterfeit money at a Walmart allegedly tried to hide the fake bills while being arrested by attempting to eat them, authorities said.
South Florida Man Scores $1 Million From $20 Lottery Ticket
A trip to the convenience store lead to life-changing amounts of money!
WATCH: Bold 'Grinch' Steals Christmas Gifts From Florida Woman's Car
The victims said the suspect smiled at her in the store before the theft.
Miami man, 28, accused of raping teen after giving her Four Loko
MIAMI – Police arrested a 28-year-old Miami man Monday after accusing him of raping a 16-year-old girl after giving her alcohol on Thanksgiving. According to an arrest report, the victim reported what happened to a school counselor. The report states that she and two friends went to the Liberty...
‘Deranged’ American Airlines Passenger Brutally Assaults Gate Agent in Miami
The American Airlines flight from Miami to New York was delayed nearly five hours
SWAT respond to barricaded subject after shots fired in Opa-locka
OPA-LOCKA, FLA. (WSVN) - After shots were fired at a supermarket in Opa-locka, police and SWAT teams responded to a subject who barricaded themselves at a home nearby. The incident occurred at the Chavez Distributors supermarket, located at 141 Opa-locka Blvd., Tuesday afternoon. 7News cameras captured Miami-Dade Police officers and...