Jacksonville resident faces $3,000 in damages after dogs attack car in pursuit of cat

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (WSVN) — Two dogs were seen on video clawing their way into a car, causing extensive damage in their attempt to reach aRead More

16-year-old arrested with gun and marijuana at New Smyrna Beach during spring break chaos

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. (WSVN) — A tense moment was captured on bodycam video after 16-year-old Felixander Solis-Guzman was involved in a scuffle and brandishingRead More

23 women sworn in as Miami-Dade Corrections officers; department’s new director praises their accomplishment

It was graduation day for more than 30 new Miami-Dade Corrections officers, and they weren’t the only ones celebrating a major accomplishment. On Thursday, theRead More

Rescuers save mother dog and 2 puppies found dumped on side of road in Tampa

A mother dog and her two puppies were dumped on the side of a Florida road. All three dogs now have a new leash onRead More

Experts urge planning ahead amid record Thanksgiving rush

A bustling Miami International Airport Monday morning marked the start of the holiday travel rush as families made their way to reunite for the ThanksgivingRead More

Memorial held for fallen BSFR Battalion Chief Terryson Jackson at church in Sunrise

A memorial was held for Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Terryson Jackson as a community bid farewell to the fallen officer who made theRead More

Mourners pay tribute to Doral Academy math teacher killed in Palmetto Estates shooting

A grieving community came together to pay tribute to a schoolteacher, days after she was fatally gunned down in a Southwest Miami-Dade home. More thanRead More

911 calls released after helicopter crash kills BSFR captain, innocent bystander

Frantic 911 calls captured the horrifying moment a helicopter burst into flames and plummeted into a Pompano Beach apartment complex, claiming the lives of aRead More

Hurricane Idalia’s storm surge damages Florida’s Gulf Coast communities

FLORIDA’S GULF COAST (WSVN) — Hurricane Idalia made landfall at 7:45 a.m. Wednesday in Florida’s Big Bend area and as fierce storm surge inundated theRead More

15-year-old starts community service program to teach senior residents how to use basic technology

A South Florida teen has come up with a plan that’s programmed to help seniors in the community. Class was in session for Miami CountryRead More