Mercedes Benz has been hit by a class action lawsuit, accused of selling a van with a defect that many passengers have said they find unbelievable. Read More
If drivers zipping through toll plazas without SunPass thought the absence of bills meant they were getting a free ride, they are about to get a rude awakening. Read More
A security expert shows the Team6 Investigators how quickly a thief can steal credit card information without ever touching the card. Read More
Florida’s Attorney General announced Tuesday it has filed suit against a Pompano Beach moving company spotlighted by the Team 6 Investigators. Read More
Since 2004, sales of counterfeit Giorgio Armani merchandise have popped up on streets around the world, including some in South Florida, according to a Team 6 investigation. Read More
Terri and Terrance Thomas’ belongings initially seemed to vanish into thin air after they paid a Pompano Beach company to move them from Zephyrhills, Florida to Everett, Washington. But their story has a fairytale ending thanks to... Read More
When you fly it's tough to avoid all the security. But thieves seem to be taking advantage of one part of the airport where airlines have loosened up on security. Read More
Miami Gardens gives people a second chance to give back to community, city manager says. Read More
Terri and Terrance Thomas know firsthand the headaches and heartaches of handing their money to a mover without doing their homework. Read More
A 7-year-old boy died while being electrocuted in a South Florida swimming pool on Sunday.
A 15-year-old student was stabbed at Piper High School in Sunrise Thursday morning.
A South Florida woman who runs a pet rescue center is facing animal cruelty charges following complaints that she kept the animals in a "squalid warehouse," prosecutors say.
Florida Senators Marco Rubio and Bill Nelson met with the Venezuelan community at Arepazo 2 in Doral on Thursday to rally support in the House and Senate for sanctions.
Your next trip down the grocery aisle could mean less cash in your wallet.
A push to let students pay in-state college tuition rates, even if they are in the country illegally, is in trouble.