Trailblazing WSVN-TV investigative reporter Carmel Cafiero passes away

WSVN-TV and South Florida journalism have lost a trailblazer as longtime investigative reporter Carmel Cafiero has passed away. Cafiero’s impressive 43-year career at Channel 7Read More

The Cloisters: UM students left waiting for months for off-campus living space to open

University of Miami students are almost halfway through the fall semester, but some are still waiting for a permanent place to stay for the schoolRead More

‘It’s almost like your twin brother’: Police apologize after fugitive task force takes down, mistakes man for murder suspect 

A South Florida man who has never been in trouble with the law is traumatized after being mistaken for a murderer, and police body camerasRead More

His dog was supposed to be in protective custody, but the county adopted it to someone else. Now he’s suing to get it back

A man’s dog was taken to Broward County Animal Care for safekeeping after he was brutally attacked. But the shelter adopted the dog out whileRead More

‘Everybody in that tunnel was trapped’: Driver caught in street takeover, as reckless racing continues to roar across South Florida

They are loud, disruptive and dangerous. The problem of illegal street racing and drivers taking over intersections is roaring across the streets of South Florida.Read More

Woman blindsided with bill after being told insurance covered remainder of auto loan after accident 20 years ago

A South Florida woman was involved in a car accident 20 years ago. So why is she still dealing with a debt disaster? 7’s KarenRead More

Fort Lauderdale family evacuated during historic April flooding. So with no one home for months, why the big water bills? 

One Fort Lauderdale family evacuated their home during the historic flooding in April. So, with no one living there for months, why are they stillRead More

Employee at Fort Lauderdale restaurant claims they keep getting bad checks from their employer

For South Floridians living paycheck to paycheck, every dollar counts. But one group of restaurant workers say their boss is serving up a bunch ofRead More

Coral Gables fining homeowner $150 a day after developer’s complaint sparked code enforcement case

A South Florida man whose small home has gotten big attention is facing a new battle. Karen Hensel explains in tonight’s 7 Investigates. Orlando Capote,Read More

‘I wanna go monkey hunting!!’: BSO investigating online death threats against colony of wild vervet monkeys

Online death threats targeting a well-known colony of South Florida monkeys has a scientist scared and police investigating. Karen Hensel has tonight’s 7 Investigates. TheirRead More