Prosecutor: Man in Facebook Killing Case Had Nothing to FearA man claiming self-defense in the 2013 fatal shooting of his wife – whose bullet-riddled body he posted a photo of on Facebook – had nothing to fear from her and killed her because she was threatening to leave him, a Florida prosecutor told a jury Tuesday.
1 Arrest After Complaint of Man Sniffing Feet in LibraryPolice say they've arrested a man days after a complaint that someone was spotted crawling under library tables and smelling a woman's feet at Florida International University.
Tropical Storm Henri Moving North In AtlanticThe storm's maximum sustained winds Thursday morning are near 40 mph (65 kph) with some strengthening forecast during the next day or so.
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BREAKING NEWS: Bradley Holt, 24, Older Sibling Of USF Quarterback Quinton Flowers, Killed While Protecting ChildrenBradley Holt, 24, older sibling of USF freshman QB Quinton Flowers, shot and killed in Miami neighborhood while protecting children.
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Immigrant Groups Urge President Obama To Make Promised Move Miami Archbishop Tomas Wenski is joining immigrant advocates to urge President Barack Obama to take action on immigration.
Customs Discovers $2.4M Cocaine In Florida ShipU.S. Customs and Border Protection officers discovered more than $2.4 million in cocaine hidden away on a ship docked at Miami's port.
Ex-Health Worker Gets 3 Years Prison For Stealing Patient IdentitiesA former assistant at a South Florida medical practice has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for stealing patient identities from a hospital database.
Police Raid 13 Marijuana Indoor Growing OperationsMiami-Dade County police say they have raided 13 marijuana indoor growing operations and arrested 11 suspects connected with them.
Immigrant Groups Hold Forum On Driver's Licenses Miami activists say some 1 million Florida drivers don't have a license, much less insurance because of their immigration status. And that puts everyone else on the road at risk.
Guilty Plea Planned In $7.5M Ex-Heat Player Fraud A man previously convicted of real estate fraud has agreed to plead guilty to a multi-million dollar investment scam involving three former Miami Heat players and the team itself.