Governor Rick Scott's office says it's reviewing the case of a commissioner who lost his rights as a registered voter for not marking he was a convicted felon. Read More
Three mothers discuss what they share in common: being pregnant and addicted to drugs. Now, their children are part of a growing problem – children being taken by the state from addicted mothers. Read More
A controversy continues to swirl in North Bay Village about the eligibility of a commissioner to serve. Read More
It’s something luxury car owners didn’t think they’d have to worry about when buying their vehicle – it catching on fire while parked. Read More
A phone sex operator who assists police as an informant says more callers want her to put on the voice of a child. Read More
Florida has more cars crashing into buildings than nearly any other state. But efforts to prevent the vehicles from hitting buildings vary depending on where you live. Read More
Some Florida Power and Light customers say they’re feeling powerless after receiving their electric bills after Hurricane Irma. Read More
After the death of a 12-year old special needs boy at school, the NBC 6 Investigators found expired defibrillator pads at dozens of Miami-Dade Schools. Read More
Robert Johnson has been telling his story for seven years to anyone who will listen. It’s a story that motivates his mission to keep cell phones out of the hands of prison inmates. Read More
For over a year, a stolen and then recovered golf cart was at the center of an internal police investigation involving the actions of a Miami-Dade police officer. Read More
The white powder envelope addressed to Donald Trump Jr. that landed his wife, Vanessa, in the hospital after she opened it at her Manhattan apartment Monday contained seven short sentences and was rife with curses and insults...
It was broad daylight in midtown Manhattan when Julio Nivelo spied the prime opportunity of his decades-long career in crime – the Super Bowl, as he called it, of get-rich-quick heists. A large black pail sat in the back of...
From day care providers to school bus drivers, California regulations require fingerprints and extensive criminal background checks for almost any worker who may be left alone with kids. But those same requirements do not apply to...