Equality Florida ‘heartbroken’ after brutal shooting death of transgender woman in Miami Gardens

A recent South Florida college graduate was shot and killed in broad daylight. Now a family wants the world to know how their loved oneRead More

Report reveals ‘unprecedented number’ of airline passenger refund complaints during pandemic

If you had an airline flight canceled during the pandemic, but didn’t get a refund, you might be in luck. The feds are now goingRead More

Residents, Super Bowl champ, hit back on plans to sell portion of historic Black Pompano Beach cemetery

The potential sale of part of a historic South Florida cemetery has some residents angry and taking action, and they have an unlikely ally. KarenRead More

Surgery and Survival: Inside the battle against breast cancer at Broward Health

It’s that time of year. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 7’s Karen Hensel shows us the lifesaving work happening at a South Florida hospitalRead More

Parents say students stranded by private bus company, file complaints with Miami-Dade County

Several South Florida families are furious after they say their children were left stranded at school by a private bus company. In tonight’s 7 Investigates,Read More

Secret audio recording captures teachers yelling at special needs students in Miramar school

Two parents have pulled their special needs children out of a Miramar school after a secret audio recording caught teachers yelling at the 4-year-olds. KarenRead More

SW Miami-Dade zoo featured in ‘Tiger King’ hit with violations of federal Animal Welfare Act

A South Florida zoo was featured in a controversial documentary series on big cats, and this summer, the feds hit that zoo with violations involvingRead More

Retired FDNY EMT who survived 9/11 builds commemorative display outside Hollywood home

A former first responder who survived 9/11 in New York City is marking the 20th anniversary of the tragedy with a touching tribute outside ofRead More

Fort Lauderdale firefighter searched the rubble in NYC after 9/11 and 20 years later in Surfside

From the nation’s ground zero in New York City to Florida’s ground zero in Surfside, one South Florida firefighter has been a part of theRead More

A caged tiger, pandemic parties and angry neighbors — Miami waterfront mansions have racked up more than $500K in illegal short-term rental fines

The pandemic parties at a South Florida mansion are getting wild, literally, and neighbors are fed up. Here’s Karen Hensel with tonight’s 7 Investigates. VideoRead More