South Florida celebrates MLK Jr. Day with acts of service, peaceful initiatives, parades

Monday marks the observance of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a time to honor the late civil rights leader and activist. Dr. King’sRead More

13-year-old boy dies in hospital after shooting in Miami Gardens home; investigation underway

A 13-year-old boy has died after he was shot inside a Miami Gardens home. Miami Gardens Police and Miami-Dade Fire Rescue units responded to theRead More

1 hospitalized after scooter, BSFR ambulance collide in Hallandale Beach

One person was taken to the hospital following a collision with a Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue ambulance. The two vehicles collided at the intersection ofRead More

Family of man found in Tamarac canal seeks public’s help in bringing body back to New Jersey

Grieving family members are sharing their heartbreak and asking for the public’s help, days after their loved one was found dead inside his car inRead More

Baby rhinos Alissa and Tabitha join rest of herd at Lion Country Safari

LOXAHATCHEE, Fla. (WSVN) — Two new baby rhinos will be roaming the Lion Country Safari next time visitors drive through. Park officials on Friday introducedRead More

Penny, an American white pelican, finds a new home at Pelican Harbor Seabird Station

After a tough few months, an American white pelican has found a new home right here in South Florida. Penny was found weak, injured, andRead More

Judge lowers bond for former M-DCPS board member accused of using district money for personal use, from $2M to $100K

Former Miami-Dade School Board member Lubby Navarro appeared in court for a bond hearing review after being arrested on public corruption charges, after, police said,Read More

New video shows teen shooting near Miami Northwestern Senior High, leaving 1 injured; 1 in custody

Newly surfaced video shows the moment shots were fired near Miami Northwestern Senior High School, leaving one teen injured. The cellphone video, shared on socialRead More

MDPD, FHP caution drivers ahead of MLK weekend, warn ATVs and dirt bikes ‘are not allowed on the streets’

Law enforcement agencies across South Florida had some words of warning to the public before a troubling tradition is expected to hit the streets thisRead More

Social media use, healthcare take focus on third day of legislative session

A bipartisan bill focused on teen’s social media use moved forward in a Florida legislative committee on Thursday. The bill, supported by lawmakers in bothRead More