Nearly a month after a van was found in Little Havana with more than 200 gallons of gas in a plastic drum, police say they have made an arrest. Randy Gonzalez has been charged with trafficking in fraudulent credit cards and unlawful conveyance of fuel, police say.
Wilton Manors has joined three Broward cities that recently challenged a Florida that prohibits municipalities from enacting local gun laws in a lawsuit filed Wednesday, bringing the number of South Florida cities in the fight against the state to 14.
Timothy Thomas shot former Monroe County Sheriff's Office Deputy Joshua Gordon in the chest on Oct. 24, 2015, after a brief car chase through Stock Island, just north of Key West. The charge carries a mandatory life prison sentence.
South Miami chiropractor Dr. Kevin Reiseck, once a lauded skydive instructor, spent the first part of his life cheating death and avoiding serious injury. Now, he has dedicated the rest of it to helping people in pain.
Avelina Grau, who was 93, passed away in hospice after a brief illness. A public memorial service in her honor will be held at 11 a.m. at St. Coleman’s Catholic Church in Pompano Beach, 1200 S. Federal Hwy.
Luis Hernandez-Gonzalez, who ran the Blossoms Experience indoor gardening supply store, was sentenced to prison. Detectives found $22 million in suspected marijuana-related cash hidden inside his Miami Lakes home.
Miami Beach is considering a novel solution to fluctuations in tourism revenue that affect the city's bottom line — an insurance policy that would help fill budget shortfalls when unexpected events scare away visitors.
A judge has ruled that Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz does not have enough money to hire a private lawyer in the massive criminal case against him. Cruz faces the death penalty if convicted for the Feb. 14 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High.
The U.S. government stripped down its embassy in Nicaragua Monday after five days of deadly protests around the country over President Daniel Ortega's tax proposal. Officials have also issued a travel warning.
A 16-member commission on Tuesday will begin reviewing the Feb. 14 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, looking into the circumstances of the crime, the background of the alleged shooter and recommendations to prevent future tragedies. The commission will hold its initial meeting at the Broward College campus in Coconut Creek.
As the New World Symphony (NWS) — Miami’s premier symphony orchestra — celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, think of the Doppler effect. It describes how sound changes pitch relative to the listener’s position. And sound itself also travels far.