Video shot from a boater shows teenagers fishing from the dock at Bud N’ Mary’s, a well-known Florida Keys marina. One of the teens is seen standing on top of a small tarpon he caught, then tossing the lifeless fish in the water.
Miami Beach Medical Transport, a company run by Dr. Rodolfo Dumenigo, paid 53 employees $222,059 in overtime back pay after the U.S. Department of Labor found the company violated the Fair Labor Standards Act.
The Fourth of July is on a Wednesday this year, which is either really great news (woo hoo! really long weekend!) or really not great (ugh, I have to go back to work tomorrow). We’re not entirely sure. But we do know there will be fireworks.
After police say he pistol-whipped a 62-year-old woman in South Miami Wednesday, Benjamin Hovan was arrested in Titusville Thursday. Officials say he had already raped, robbed and kidnapped a woman in Casselberry, Florida.
Nathaniel "Nat" Reed, a fiery environmentalist with his fingerprints on landmark environmental regulations, has died at age 84. He fought for Everglades restoration, helped fend off an airport in the Big Cypress Swamp and development on islands in Biscayne Bay.
The contractor Florida picked to operate SunPass, a subsidiary of a Xerox spin-off called Conduent State & Local Solutions, has a track record of mishandling customer service while updating tolling systems in at least seven other states.
A 17-month-old boy is dead after being left alone in a sweltering car in Pembroke Pines for about eight hours after one of his parents parked the car and went to work at Memorial Hospital Pembroke, police say.
Despite authorities’ skepticism about a former employee’s evolving story, prosecutors will not file charges in the death of an institutionalized man with severe disabilities, who died of asphyxia in a room beyond the range of surveillance cameras.
Colonial Assisted Living caregivers Lashron Williams and Phygelle Brudent were charged by Boynton Beach police Thursday with false imprisonment and elder abuse after a dementia patient was tied to a chair and her mouth was duct taped.
A lawsuit claims that the Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies assigned to guard the baggage claim area at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport were at a retirement party when Esteban Santiago Ruiz started shooting