Hundreds of 911 calls have been made after injuries and falls at trampoline parks across South Florida.NBC 6 investigates the risks kids face and the legal questions parents need to ask themselves before going inside. Read More
A man held more than 30 months in custody without bond awaiting trial was acquitted of charges that could have put him in prison for life. Read More
No charges will be filed against police officers accused of partying during Hurricane Irma and that includes a supervisor seen using a cup to cover a surveillance camera in the room where the alleged party happened. Read More
The man behind what the FTC called an invention promotion scam is selling his mansion to help pay back $1 million of the $26 million the feds claim his company bilked from aspiring inventors. Read More
A couple was upset after phoning in a tip about a bank robbery suspect, but not getting a reward for their tip. The NBC 6 Investigators find only 3 percent of tips lead to rewards. Read More
The Federal Railroad Administration is warning two South Florida commuter railroads they are at risk of missing a mandated deadline to install a critical safety system onto their trains. Read More
Authorities arrested 40 people and seized more than $20 million in guns, drugs, cars, gold and cryptocurrency after a massive, year-long undercover operation targeting underground activity on the Internet. Read More
The new man tapped to help lead Miami-Dade County Emergency Management has been the subject of an inquiry by Florida's Chief Inspector General. Read More
NBC6 investigates thefts in youth sports leagues across Florida and why it’s believed many cases go unreported. Read More
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... Read More
From once rampant sexual harassment to their new role of eyes and ears in hallways, hotel housekeepers are revealing secrets of the job and debunking myths. Five housekeepers at downtown Chicago hotels, who asked us to only...
Tamara Breeden spent 10 years captive in what came to be known as Philadelphia’s basement of horrors. Her body still bears the scars. Born developmentally disabled, Breeden was forced to urinate in a bucket and then empty...
A Washington, D.C., man suspected of being a white nationalist and befriending the Tree of Life synagogue gunman on a social media platform before the tragedy is under arrest for firearms charges in the District. Jeffrey Clark is...
Kids accused of crimes in the Bay Area are being confined in secure detention facilities at high rates pre-trial, even when “risk assessments” find they’re eligible for release, an NBC Bay Area investigation found.
The California bar shooter, around the time the gunfire began, started posting to social media, multiple law enforcement officials told NBC4's I-Team.
Out of 54 California agencies surveyed by the Investigative Unit, 20 percent had launched internal pornography investigations since 2015. The official term for surfing porn at work is “computer misuse,” and it violates state...