You do a day’s work and you expect to get paid in full. But some forty people say that wasn’t the case when they were hired to work at a ritzy South Florida hotel event last spring. Read More
When you spend tens of thousands of dollars on a car, you don't expect it to literally melt away. Dozens of people across South Florida say that's what happened to their cars. Read More
Concerned with how county police probe shootings by their own agencies, the county's mayor and top prosecutor are finalizing an agreement to have the Florida Department of Law Enforcement investigate police shootings. Read More
Team 6 investigates why a Miami-Dade cop shot a 16 year old in the back nine times. Read More
The NBC 6 Investigators take a look at several police-involved shootings in Florida, including one that took the life of a police informant and three other people.
Six people have been shot and killed during police-involved shootings in South Florida so far this year. At least four others have been injured in the same time period. Read More
Miami-Dade County has never witnessed anything like it – infrared cameras rolling from aircraft during a muggy June night in 2011 as police killed four men, including their informant, in a botched sting operation in the Redland. Read More
Miami-Dade County taxpayers will pay $600,000 to the families of three men who were shot to death in a botched police sting in the Redland three years ago, despite police claims that the shootings were justified. Read More
We hear the message all the time: buckle up, it’s the law. But Team 6 investigators have discovered many South Florida parents are ignoring that law and putting their kid’s at risk. Read More
Fort Lauderdale Police say a 14-year-old girl who set off a massive search after she was reported missing was found Wednesday with a man at a local hotel and now charges have been filed.
An 18-year-old man police say beat up a 16-year-old boy with autism in a brutal attack captured on video will not be charged with a hate crime but does face tougher new charges, authorities say.
Pembroke Pines Police help make many reunions possible, but one this past weekend showed off a new side of the police department as they try to help out man’s best friend.
A new study from the National Council on Teacher Equity of the nine Miami-Dade Public School Districts says two are providing the least experienced and least effective teachers.
A new White House petition is demanding the president take action to help a freelance journalist from Miami believed to have been captured by the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham.
Broward County voters will decide in November whether to approve an $800 million bond issue earmarked for public school renovations and technology upgrades. It would cost each homeowner about $50 dollars a year, which...