A Team 6 investigation found that numerous lawsuits have been filed against multiple manufacturers over what some say is growing inside of their front load washing machines. Read More
Almost 180,000 bicycles were reported stolen in 2010, according to the FBI, and South Florida is a very popular place for these thieves. Read More
From Broward County to the Florida Keys, 215 child protective investigators look into cases of alleged abuse and neglect for the state agency. Read More
Jason Rappe was last seen alive on Nov. 29 on Holland America's Eurodam, somewhere between St. Thomas and the Bahamas. Read More
Lax regulations on safety equipment and few mandates for formal boating safety education have made the Sunshine State’s world-famous waters hazardous. Lax regulations on safety equipment and few mandates for formal boating... Read More
Seeking acceptance is one thing but federal investigators say there are a growing number of people who take on fake identities to steal victim’s money. Read More
The federal government says the money came from stolen tax refunds that belonged to people like Miami resident Joseph Szot. Read More
Yessica Torres was 16 years old when she lost her mother and almost lost her father in a horrific accident. Read More
Potential car buyers can protect themselves by taking the vehicle to the local police before purchasing or going to the National Crime Insurance Bureau website. Read More
Miami comes back from five down in the final minute of regulation to force overtime, then pulls out a win to tie the NBA Finals at 3-3.
After three hours of public commentary and board discussions, the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority voted 7-5 in favor of a 70-cent toll fare on the Dolphin and Airport expressways Tuesday.
Miami Shores teen cleared of wrongdoing in 2011 shooting under Stand Your Ground.
City officials including the city's manager, attorney and human resources director met with the Broward Teachers Union to resolve a labor dispute.
"We believe that if you plan on leading the city you should at least live in the city," Kevin Burns said Tuesday.
NBC 6 exclusively obtained a copy of the lawsuit that was filed late Tuesday.