More Videos

Mom of ‘Baby Lollipops’ convicted for third time of torture and murder of son 5:26

Mom of ‘Baby Lollipops’ convicted for third time of torture and murder of son

Knife-wielding robber loses fistfight with intended victim 0:35

Knife-wielding robber loses fistfight with intended victim

Cops ask for help in finding suspected dealers that let mother OD'ed in front of her kids 4:11

Cops ask for help in finding suspected dealers that let mother OD'ed in front of her kids

Josh Richardson on career-high game vs. Clippers 3:08

Josh Richardson on career-high game vs. Clippers

State trooper revives woman on Alligator Alley 1:42

State trooper revives woman on Alligator Alley

Bam Adebayo after Heat win over Clippers 2:08

Bam Adebayo after Heat win over Clippers

Shark Valley in Everglades National Park reopens after Irma 0:34

Shark Valley in Everglades National Park reopens after Irma

Trump lauds law enforcement during FBI academy graduation, slams visa lottery system 3:23

Trump lauds law enforcement during FBI academy graduation, slams visa lottery system

Barbershop business is booming in Miami 0:53

Barbershop business is booming in Miami

What's on board the Next SpaceX cargo mission to the space station? 3:29

What's on board the Next SpaceX cargo mission to the space station?

  • Father of King Carter speaks after 8-year-old girl dies in shooting

    Santonio Carter, who lost his 6-year-old son, King Carter, to gun violence in February, speaks outside of a Northwest Miami-Dade home on Monday, Aug. 29, 2016, where an 8-year-old girl, Jada Page, and her 32-year-old father, James, were shot Sunday. Jada is on life-support; her father was wounded.

Father of King Carter speaks after 8-year-old girl dies in shooting

Santonio Carter, who lost his 6-year-old son, King Carter, to gun violence in February, speaks outside of a Northwest Miami-Dade home on Monday, Aug. 29, 2016, where an 8-year-old girl, Jada Page, and her 32-year-old father, James, were shot Sunday. Jada is on life-support; her father was wounded.
Matias Ocner mocner@miamiherald.com