The Miami-Dade Police Department will no longer investigate itself for criminal wrongdoing in police shootings and deaths in custody. Read More
The City of Doral and Miami Dade College have restored order to a stretch of 117th Avenue where, just two weeks ago, students were darting on foot through traffic as they rushed from makeshift parking spots to classes. Read More
A Pompano Beach moving company, subjected to more than 100 complaints from disgruntled customers, and its principals must pay more than a quarter million dollars in fines, costs, legal fees and restitution, a circuit judge ordered... Read More
For the first time, Toyota has responded to a lawsuit filed against the car maker by Florida consumers who complain their dashboards are melting. Read More
A used car lot that gets more than its share of consumer complaints has been accused in a lawsuit of deceptive trade practices and bait and switch advertising. Read More
Team 6 Investigators have obtained the final draft of an agreement that would end the practice of Miami-Dade Police investigating their own officers when they shoot a suspect in the line of duty. NBC 6's Tony Pipitone reports.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is cracking down on the importation of young, sick puppies for sale in the United States. Read More
Laura Quintero, a college student from Miami, has a warning for online shoppers: beware of scammers. Quintero said scammers are imitating websites like ebay to make you think you are purchasing an item through a reputable site, but... Read More
A national safety expert is calling for a nationwide recall after a Team 6 Consumer Investigation exposed a growing problem. The dashboards on dozens of vehicles are literally melting away. Plus, a Miami attorney is now... Read More
At first glance, the emails may look legitimate, containing warnings about accounts that need updating, or packages that need to be delivered.
Federal highway safety officials continued to urge owners of nearly 8 million vehicles under the new airbag recall. But, for some drivers like Claribel Nunez, the recall comes too late after she was involved in an accident.
Our pet of the week is Archie, a 1-year-old terrier mix from the Humane Society of Greater Miami.
A hit and run in Homestead killed a bicyclist Saturday morning, and police are searching for the driver responsible.
Dr. Craig Spencer, the physician being treated for Ebola at Bellevue Hospital, has entered the next phase of the illness: the onset of gastrointestinal symptoms, health officials said Saturday
A security guard injured during this year’s Ultra Music Festival in March will file a lawsuit Monday against the festival organizers, the city of Miami, and others for $10 million.