The morning commute for drivers in South Miami-Dade along US-1 North is full of stops and stalls. This time-lapse video shows how part of the drive, an 11.5-mile stretch along US-1 North, took 62 minutes on a recent Thursday morning, April 20, 2017.
Traffic woes along U.S. 1 in South Miami-Dade
Senator Book brings 100 Douglas to Capitol to have their voices heard
Broward Sheriff Scott Israel: Douglas school cop ‘never went in’
Miami car burglars caught on video
FIU student Jonathan Sobog, a Douglas High school alumni, pays tribute to coach Aaron Feis
Funeral for Douglas shooting victim Aaron Feis
NRA's LaPierre at CPAC: We must harden 'wide open target' schools
Heat players talk about wearing patches for Stoneman Douglas victims
Police high five students to 'show they care' after Florida shooting
Funeral for Aaron Feis, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School security guard and assistant football coach who died while shielding students from the shooter, February 14. The funeral was held at the Church by the Glades in Coral Springs, Florida, February 22, 2018.
Broward Sheriff Scott Israel said Thursday the school resource officer stationed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas was suspended without pay after he learned the deputy never went into the building when the shooting began.
Miami Police are investigating a car break-in that occurred on January 31, 2018, at approximately 4:30 a.m., in the area of S.W. 18th Ct. and S.W. 19th St. to a resident’s parked vehicle. According to detectives, two male suspects broke into a parked 2013 Chevrolet Suburban and stole various items. When the victim heard a rattling noise, he surprised the burglars who were inside his vehicle. One suspect ran southbound on S.W. 18th Ct. and the other suspect ran westbound on S.W. 19th St.
National Rifle Association executive vice president and CEO Wayne LaPierre said opponents of gun rights "hate individual freedoms" and want to eliminate the 2nd Amendment. LaPierre spoke at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland.
Police officers greeted students arriving at Westlake High School in Waldorf, Maryland, with hugs and high fives to “show they care” in the wake of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, a Facebook post made on February 20 showed. The officers from the Traffic Operations Unit made the visit as part of a plan to visit schools as students were arriving and personally greet them. The Charles County Sheriff’s Department said that, at first, the students "didn’t know what to make of it,” but that, ultimately, the officers’ presence “put smiles on the teens [sic] faces,” and they planned on continuing to visit schools.
Miami Police are investigating a break-in that occurred at the Hamacas Restaurant located at 2795 N.W. 17 Avenue, on January 31, 2018, while the business was closed. According to the owner, two unknown men broke into the business using a welding torch in order to make their way inside. Once inside, the suspects managed to pry open the ATM machine and stole $2,100.00, and approximately $200.00 from a machine used to recharge credit onto cellular phones. Both men fled the scene towards an unknown direction.
NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch appeared on a CNN Town Hall on guns in Sunrise, Florida and said law enforcement could have done more to stop the Florida school shooting. Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said Loesch had her facts wrong.
Survivors of the Florida school shooting and hundreds of others descended upon the state capitol Wednesday to demand action on gun control and mental health issues. The rally comes exactly a week after 17 students were killed when a former student opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
Thousands of South Florida high school students are expected to march from their classrooms Wednesday in solidarity with the survivors of the Valentine’s Day attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in Parkland that claimed 17 lives.