Earlier this year, the school was evicted from its Lauderdale Lakes site and Silva of South Florida Inc. was ordered to pay $48,000 in back rent, but it has not done so, according to court records. Read More
It looks like concrete and it can kill a person in one small dose. A new lethal combination of drugs called “Gray Death” has been linked to overdoses around the country and investigators fear it could be making its way to... Read More
A plastic surgery clinic where a woman died will be able to reopen, according to a city magistrate. Read More
It's called the Florida Teacher Certification Exam and it's required for anyone to become a teacher in Florida. But more would-be teachers are failing the test. Read More
A doctor who operated on a woman who died is no longer able to perform plastic surgery procedures, according to a court ruling. Read More
The NBC 6 Investigators discovered a North Bay Village Commissioner's criminal past comes with questions about how voter registration applications were filled out. Read More
The number of skimmers found in Florida gas pumps in the first four months of 2017 is on pace to double the number found in all of 2016. State inspectors report finding 128 skimmers so far this year. Read More
South Florida is one of the top spots for plastic surgery in the country. Women learn about doctors through their slick online advertisements and websites. But the NBC 6 Investigators found sometimes looks can be deceiving when it... Read More
As the Miami Marlins owner considers offers to buy the team, the public that funded the bulk of the $600 million stadium and garage complex is bracing for one final insult: a delay in any sale beyond March of next year. Read More
A Miami Beach firefighter came to the rescue of a dog that was found struggling in the water near Biscayne Bay Thursday morning.
A set of newborn twins and a toddler lost both their mother and father just days apart from each other in a series of tragic events.
Police have detained a man after a dog was found dead on Miami Beach Thursday afternoon.
Battered by repeated failures to repeal or replace "Obamacare," Senate GOP leaders retreated to a narrow approach Thursday that would undo just a few of the most unpopular elements of Barack Obama's law.
What started as an argument over where to park a boat and escalated into a beach fight is now spilling over into a civil lawsuit against at a Palmetto Bay city councilman.
Sunrise Police released new footage Thursday of a person they're trying to identify who was seen with a damaged car moments after a woman on a bicycle was struck by a hit-and-run driver.