2 Face Possible Life In Prison For Sex TraffickingTwo people in South Florida are facing potential life prison sentences after they were convicted of federal sex trafficking charges.
Police: Man Calls 911 Multiple Times Because Wife Threw Out His BeerPolice arrested a man after her repeatedly called 911 reporting that his wife had thrown out his beer.
Daycare Worker Accused Of Abusing Child A West Palm Beach daycare worker has been released from jail after police say she abused a child under her care.
Wife Of Officer Killed Escorting Obama SuesThe widow of a police officer killed while escorting President Obama's motorcade has filed a lawsuit in the death.
Health Clerk To Prison For Identity Theft Involving PatientA former senior clerk in the Palm Beach County Health Department has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for identity theft involving patient information.
Police Officer Pleads Guilty Of Selling Drugs While In UniformA South Florida police officer has pleaded guilty to selling drugs illegally while in uniform and carrying his service weapon.
Teen Guilty Of Fatally Shooting Police Dog A South Florida teen has been convicted of fatally shooting a police dog during a burglary.
2 Charged In $70M Fla. 'Virtual Concierge' Fraud Two South Florida men are facing fraud charges in an alleged $70 million scheme using investments in so-called "virtual concierge" machines that operate in retail stores.
2 Doctors Sent To Prison In Pill Mill Case Two doctors have been sentenced to prison time for money laundering in one of the largest South Florida cases involving "pill mill" clinics that illegally dispensed vast amounts of prescription painkillers.
Fla. Man Pleads Guilty To Poaching Sea Turtle EggsA South Florida man has pleaded guilty to poaching more than 300 sea turtle eggs.
Ex-lawyer Gets 5 Years Prison For Fraud, Stealing Clients MoneyA former South Florida attorney who went missing for months has been sentenced to five years in federal prison for fraud involving theft of money from clients.
4 Charged With Illegally Feeding SharksFour employees of two South Florida dive boat operations have been charged with illegally feeding sharks.