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. Read More
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... Read More
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. Read More
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... Read More
“As a police officer, we go to the worst scenes in the world and we handle them. There’s nothing you can throw my way that I can’t handle but I couldn’t stop from putting a bottle into my mouth.” Read More
A Miami Dade Police Department Sergeant was off-duty and in his squad car on May 27, 2017, when witnesses say he blew through a stop sign hitting a car. Read More
Months after Hurricane Irma roared through South Florida, surveillance video from inside the North Bay Village Hall is now the subject of an internal police investigation into whether officers and others were drinking on duty... Read More
Since the #MeToo movement started last fall, local, state and federal employment offices have reported an increase in calls from people filing sexual harassment complaints. Read More
What began in June 2016 as a complaint of squatters living in a Weston home culminated Tuesday in the arrest of six people in what police call an $11.8 million scheme to defraud. Read More
A business can refuse to allow someone inside but what if the reason for turning them away is because they’re a woman? Several women are now suing strip clubs for discrimination, alleging they were turned away because they... Read More
The Trump Administration is expanding a longstanding immigration policy that will make it more difficult for undocumented immigrants to become legal residents if they’re likely to need government assistance.
A man accused of opening fire on campers and drivers in the Malibu State Park Area was charged Monday with murder in the fatal shooting of a 35-year-old father killed while he slept next to his daughters at a...
An oil painting that was stolen from Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe during World War II was recovered by federal agents in the D.C. area, the News4 I-Team has learned. At least two people travelled to the Washington, D.C.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed has written a letter asking for outgoing Gov. Jerry Brown’s help to free her brother, who is not eligible for parole for another 15 years in a notorious homicide case. Back in 2000, he pushed...
PG&E says it shook up management in light of what it calls “unacceptable” conduct by unspecified managers who regulators say exerted pressure on crews to falsify “tens of thousands” of gas safety inspections as being on time...
When a Massachusetts grandmother picked up the phone, the voice on the other end sounded like her teenage grandson. The caller, who knew Fran Shea's grandson's name, said he was in trouble. He'd been in a car accident and alcohol...