The Miami City Commission has proposed to stop the commercial retail sales of all dogs and cats in order to eliminate the sale of animals bred in puppy mills. NBC 6's Tony Pipitone reports.
NBC 6 Investigates the International Puppy Mill Business
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is cracking down on the importation of young, sick puppies for sale in the United States. Read More
NBC 6's Myriam Masihy investigates how online scammers are hitting customers of reputable websites like ebay.
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 expanding... Read More
In the map below, Team 6 Investigators compiled hundreds of consumer complaints, pertaining to cracked and melted dashboards, filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration from 1999 to July 2014. Read More
Four months after state investigators stepped up action against instructors accused of issuing fraudulent certifications to armed security guards, several have had their days in court. Read More
Lawyers for the estate of a confidential informant killed in a botched sting operation by Miami-Dade Police are accusing the department of witness tampering and obstruction of justice, according to a pleading filed this week in the... Read More
NBC 6 Investigation: Illegal Casinos? by Tony PIpitone
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The Florida Highway Patrol says the Labor Day weekend is costing taxpayers millions as truck drivers and other motorists try to avoid paying at toll-by-plate plazas, often concealing plates so they can't be read.
An emotional Facebook video by a Miami-Dade Police officer discussing the perils of her job went viral Friday.
Deborah Lynn Andrews, 54, has been charged with one count of second degree murder with a deadly weapon.
Coral Gables Police are looking for thieves with an eye for high-class merchandise.
Protecting Pope Francis when he travels to the United States later this month will be a particularly arduous task for the Secret Service and other security officers given this pontiff’s spontaneity and propensity to plunge...
Arby's executives traveled to South Florida on Friday to serve up an apology to local law enforcement.