Miami woman under police investigation, being sued by people who thought they were buying discounted airline vouchers

They “thought” they were getting a good deal on airline flights but instead got a ticket to trouble. Now, some are suing and police areRead More

Talented 10-year-old girl being called piano prodigy, played at Carnegie Hall – twice

One South Florida fifth grader is being called a piano prodigy. You probably haven’t heard her name yet, but wait until you hear her play.Read More

Tamarac launching pet food pantry to help residents struggling with costs of caring for their animals

The note attached to this abandoned dog’s collar is heartbreaking: “My name is Lilo. Please love me. My mom can’t keep me and is homelessRead More

92-year-old South Florida man shares story of surviving Holocaust, concerns about rise in antisemitism

Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day and as the number of survivors dwindles each year, sharing their first-hand accounts is more important than ever. 7’sRead More

‘An endless thank you’: South Florida woman’s spine shattered by shot from AR-15, JMH trauma team saved her life

Tonight — a remarkable journey of trauma, faith and survival. A young South Florida woman shot with a semi-automatic rifle and told she might neverRead More

State law silent on who’s responsible for removing migrant boats abandoned on private property, but that could change

You have probably seen the video. A group of Cuban migrants jumping into the water and onto American soil. It happened last week in KeyRead More

State now paying to remove migrant vessels abandoned on private property after 7News investigation

The governor himself is weighing in on a less talked about aspect of the migrant crisis: who is responsible for the costly cleanups of boatsRead More

‘Totally Unfair’: Cost of removing migrant boats abandoned on private property falls to property owners

The surge in migrants on South Florida shores is raising a new question: who is responsible for the hundreds of boats left behind? Karen HenselRead More

Children’s Home Society of Florida volunteer has been giving back for 33 years — since she was a child

A South Florida woman has a passion for keeping families together, and her determination and drive goes back decades. Karen Hensel has this volunteer’s lifelongRead More

Residents concerned with overgrown brush higher than their backyard fences in SW Miami-Dade

Some South Florida residents say there is a jungle brewing in their backyard, and they are desperate to have it cleaned up. Karen Hensel hasRead More