‘They didn’t investigate’: Family, friends blast Miami Police for not DUI testing driver after motorcycle crash left woman clinging to life

A young woman was left unable to walk or talk after a horrific motorcycle crash that has left her family devastated, and they believe policeRead More

Father says son blocked from taking bus to school after being allowed for 2 years

Many South Florida students will be getting on the bus to head to school next week. But one student is being blocked from boarding, andRead More

South Florida organization serves up sweet treats as a way to learn valuable life skills

A South Florida organization is serving up sweet learning experiences to a special group of young adults, one scoop at a time. Karen Hensel hasRead More

Crypto Crime: Federal prosecutors take us inside the mysterious, complex world of cryptocurrency cases

Tonight, in an exclusive interview, federal prosecutors give us an inside look into the mysterious world of cryptocurrency crime. 7’s Karen Hensel investigates What aRead More

Car insurance in Florida is costliest in country. What’s driving the sky-high rates? 

The high price of rent and home insurance are making things tough for people here in South Florida. And now, many are taking another financialRead More

South Florida students teach tech to seniors in initiative to bridge generational ‘digital divide’ 

Many elderly people say they have trouble navigating technology, but some seniors are getting help from South Florida high school students to bridge the digitalRead More

‘We meet them where they are’: Homeless Trust, MDPD, work to help homeless people living at MIA find shelters 

This time of year, many people fly home for the holidays. But for some people, home is the airport. Tonight, 7 Investigates’ Karen Hensel, takesRead More

Nonprofit Musicians On Call committed to bring music to patients in hospitals in hopes of aiding the healing process

Being stuck in the hospital can be stressful and scary, but one group is using the power of music to calm patients and hopefully helpRead More

Woman whose home was damaged by Irma waits for assistance from state fund started to help homeowners rebuild

A state program set up years ago is supposed to help people rebuild after hurricanes. But one homeowner has been waiting for help since HurricaneRead More

Woman and elderly disabled mother caught in battle between landlord and condo association could be evicted after paying rent

A woman and her elderly mother are caught in a battle between their landlord and his homeowner’s association. And it could end with the womenRead More