Miguel Colareta did not let a slowly progressing neurological disorder keep him down, even if it did force him to start using a wheelchair. Read More
NBC 6 Investigators have learned the Miami-Dade police officers involved in an armed home invasion operation are part of a criminal investigation into whether officers tampered with evidence. Read More
When you go shopping in the meat section at your local grocery store you assume that what’s printed on the package labels is accurate. But an NBC 6 investigation into a local supermarket chain found it was recently fined for... Read More
Hollywood boasts a robust recycling program, with a 130 percent increase in use since 2010. Read More
Prisoners and puppies might sound like an odd couple, but the two are becoming roommates in jails and prisons across the country. Wardens have implemented programs for inmates to train dogs. The hope is that the dogs will... Read More
Florida has about four times more of the controversial four-inch guardrail end terminals installed across the state than the allegedly safer five-inch guardrail systems, according to an audit conducted by the Florida Department of... Read More
The federal government is testing guardrails that are set to have a dangerous flaw but some lawmakers are calling for new crash tests after claiming the tests were “flawed.” Read More
A charter school management company with a history of operating failing or shuttered schools has been approved for two more schools in Panama City, leaving some South Florida parents wondering why millions in public money continue... Read More
It’s an offer many find hard to resist: click here for a trial sample of the “fountain of youth” in a bottle, an “age-defying serum” that provides an “instant facelift” making you look “10 years younger.” Read More
It is a massive $155 million project called Miami Central Station, a development next to Miami International Airport that was supposed to have opened months ago. Read More
Police have arrested a hit-and-run driver who critically injured a tourist visiting Miami early Sunday morning.
A conservative activist on Monday released an undercover video featuring an honor student at a South Florida University trying to convince officials into allowing a pro-ISIS campus club.
Police responded after multiple people were shot in Miami Monday, officials said.
Miguel Colareta did not let a slowly progressing neurological disorder keep him down, even if it did force him to start using a wheelchair.
Police are investigating after a man was found dead near a busy Miami intersection early Sunday morning.
Closing in on an expected announcement that he will run for president, Sen. Marco Rubio said Monday that he is planning a political event in two weeks in Miami to announce his 2016 plans.