Here’s a look at last week’s top stories:
Teacher Accused of Sexual Misconduct Had Long History of Complaints
A former physical education teacher in Miami-Dade County is being accused by several students of having an inappropriate relationship with them. NBC6 Investigators found that there were at least seven students who accused him of sexual misconduct since 2004. Click here for the full investigation.
Once Conjoined Florida Twins Heading Home After 7 Surgeries
Jesi and Remi PItre are coming home in separate car seats seven months after they were born conjoined at the belly. Doctors suspected something was amiss on one of the sonograms and confirmed their livers and small intestines were fused. Click here for the full story.
Man Frustrated After Waiting Months for Canceled Wire Transfer Fund
A man helped a friend in need by wiring him $250 via a Western Union wire transfer. But when his friend changed his mind about the money, that’s when the problems started. The man returned to the store to cancel the transfer. After three months, he still hadn’t gotten his money back. Click here for the full NBC6 Responds segment.
Serena Williams Launches Pop-Up Shop During Art Basel Miami
Williams launched a pop-up shop at the luxe Faena District during Miami’s Art Basel, where guests including tennis star Caroline Wozniacki drank cocktails draped with pink cotton candy. Click here for a look at Williams’ line.
Miami’s Biggest, Priciest Penthouse Listed for $68 Million
The most expensive home in Miami is on the market and can be yours for a whopping $68 million. It’s a two-story, luxurious penthouse that tops the Eighty Seven Park building in North Beach. Click here for a peek inside the six bedroom, eight bathroom penthouse.