Team 6 Investigators

  • Investigations

    Monday, Nov 19, 2018

    Teachers Accused of Sexual Misconduct Remained in School

    Teachers Accused of Sexual Misconduct Remained in School

    Two former students say their teachers took advantage of them. The NBC 6 Investigation into what the school district did and didn’t do to protect them.

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  • Investigations

    Tuesday, Nov 13, 2018

    Lower Rejection Rate For Mailed-in Ballots

    Lower Rejection Rate For Mailed-in Ballots

    A UF professor who tracks vote-by-mail ballots finds lower rejection rates so far in this year's General Election returns.

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  • Investigations

    Monday, Nov 12, 2018

    Survivors Complain Funeral Home Company Took Money

    Survivors Complain Funeral Home Company Took Money

    Two widows who spent tens of thousands of dollars with a funeral establishment in Oakland Park say they were shocked to learn checks from that funeral home to cemeteries bounced after their loved ones were buried.

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  • Investigations

    Thursday, Nov 8, 2018

    Cities Battle Vacation Rentals Through Fines That Often Go Unpaid

    Cities Battle Vacation Rentals Through Fines That Often Go Unpaid

    It’s a battle going on for years but not getting any easier. Cities like Miami Beach prohibit short-term rentals in residential neighborhoods because they are concerned about the quality of life for year-round residents.

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  • Investigations

    Tuesday, Oct 30, 2018

    Miami-Dade High Rejection Rate for Mailed-in Ballots

    Miami-Dade High Rejection Rate for Mailed-in Ballots

    When it comes to rejecting vote-by-mail ballots, Miami-Dade has one of the highest rejection rates in the state and it's even worse for minority voters.

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  • Investigations

    Monday, Oct 29, 2018

    Voting Rights Amendment Could Transform Florida Electorate

    Voting Rights Amendment Could Transform Florida Electorate

    Amendment 4 would restore voting rights to many Florida felons -- but opponents say such large-scale restoration would not be wise.

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  • Investigations

    Thursday, Oct 25, 2018

    Orphaned by Opioids: The Silent Victims of the Crisis

    Orphaned by Opioids: The Silent Victims of the Crisis

    NBC 6 investigators found the state is removing kids from addicted parents in record numbers

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  • Investigations

    Thursday, Oct 18, 2018

    FDOT Revises Details on Timeline on FIU Bridge

    FDOT Revises Details on Timeline on FIU Bridge

    FDOT now says engineer who did not listen to voicemail alerting him to cracks in doomed bridge was, in fact, in the office on day of collapse, revising previous claim that he did not return until day after the failure.

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  • Investigations

    Tuesday, Jun 26, 2018

    Stolen Money in Youth Sports Often Goes Unreported

    Stolen Money in Youth Sports Often Goes Unreported

    NBC6 investigates thefts in youth sports leagues across Florida and why it’s believed many cases go unreported.

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  • Investigations

    Friday, Jun 22, 2018

    Releases of Potential Evidence Begin to Tell Story

    Releases of Potential Evidence Begin to Tell Story

    With the third public release of potential evidence against the Parkland school shooter, a narrative is beginning to form -- the first stages of a story prosecutors could tell to persuade jurors he is guilty and should die for his...

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  • Investigations

    Wednesday, Jun 13, 2018

    Parkland Tragedy: Comprehensive Timeline

    Parkland Tragedy: Comprehensive Timeline

    The NBC 6 Investigators combined police radio, 911 calls, witness statements, a sheriff’s animation and Scot Peterson’s Today Show interview into a second-by-second account of the crucial minutes of February 14, 2018. See and hear for yourself where Peterson was and what he and others were doing and saying as a killer stalked the hallways of the 1200 Building at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High. And consider the crucial minute, as Peterson was outside the east doors of the building while the killer reached the second floor on the west side and began walking east. It shows Peterson had about one minute to enter the building before the shooter made it to the third floor, where six of the victims died.

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  • Investigations

    Tuesday, Jun 5, 2018

    Broward Sheriff Says BSO Bailiff Was Threat to Courthouse

    Broward Sheriff Says BSO Bailiff Was Threat to Courthouse

    Deputies seized 67 firearms from a colleague who co-workers feared could open fire on them and the public in the Broward County courthouse, where he worked as a bailiff.

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  • Investigations

    Thursday, May 24, 2018

    Medical Malpractice Complaint in Brazilian Butt Lift Death

    Medical Malpractice Complaint in Brazilian Butt Lift Death

    Two years after Heather Meadows died following a Brazilian Butt Lift in Miami, the Florida Department of Health has filed a complaint against the doctor who performed the procedure. The complaint alleges Dr.

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  • Investigations

    Tuesday, May 22, 2018

    FIU Bridge Collapse Raises Questions About Troubled Bridges

    FIU Bridge Collapse Raises Questions About Troubled Bridges

    Is the bridge you drive over every day considered one of the worst rated in the state? NBC 6 Investigators show our area's troubled bridges.

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  • Investigations

    Monday, May 21, 2018

    Despite Overdose Deaths, New Drug Law Goes Unused

    Despite Overdose Deaths, New Drug Law Goes Unused

    More people are dying in South Florida from a drug overdose than gun violence. A local mother who lost her son to drugs helped push for a new law to prosecute drug dealers, but the NBC 6 Investigators found it hasn’t been...

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  • Investigations

    Wednesday, May 16, 2018

    'Dirty Money' Impacting South Florida Real Estate Market

    'Dirty Money' Impacting South Florida Real Estate Market

    Some in South Florida say they can’t compete with all the cash buyers in the real estate market. And federal authorities are concerned some of the cash could be coming from illicit sources.

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  • Investigations

    Monday, May 14, 2018

    Business of Addiction: Drug Addicts Tempted to Relapse

    Business of Addiction: Drug Addicts Tempted to Relapse

    South Florida has been known for years as the recovery capital of the country but it has been a community plagued with corruption and abuse. A recent crackdown on the industry has led to a handful of sober homes getting shut...

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