Hacking U: How certified ethical hackers help safeguard data

Hackers steal your personal information and your sense of security. They take millions from innocent Americans every year, but some hackers are now fighting forRead More

Left to Die: 3 abandoned puppies lead to crackdown on unlicensed breeders

WSVN — The discovery of three sick puppies abandoned in a South Florida park has led to a crackdown on unlicensed breeders. 7’s Robbin SimmonsRead More

Cashing In? Small business owner out $200K after DEA raid

WSVN — Forty-two years ago, Florida lawmakers passed a law intended to punish drug dealers and crooks by taking away their assets. In a fewRead More

School Showdown: Misuse of Title I funding

WSVN — Forty-two years of reading, writing and arithmetic didn’t add up for a Broward County principal. She says she was fired after speaking upRead More

Crime Pays: Website sells memorabilia of Florida inmates

WSVN — Some criminals are proud of their crimes and want you to see the horrific details through their artwork. There are laws that stopRead More

Disability Deception Lawsuit

WSVN — Twenty-five years ago, the U.S. passed the Americans with Disabilities Act to, in part, allow handicapped people access to the same places everyoneRead More