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Authorities make arrest in fatal shooting of Miami man

Authorities have arrested a 32-year-old man in connection to the fatal shooting of another man. The incident occurred Sunday night in Miami. According to the report, witness say two men got into an argument which then turned physical. At some point during the altercation both men fell onto the ground and that’s when witnesses said […]

Pastor who wanted to criminalize abortions arrested for sexually abusing teen

A Texas pastor who outspokenly supported legislation which would have criminalized abortions in Texas, has been arrested for repeatedly sexually abusing a teen relative. According the report, former Grace Family Baptist Church pastor Stephen Bratton admitted to his wife and to his co-pastors that he and the teen engaged in “sexual intercourse multiple times a day […]

Democrat Presidential Debate Line-up June 26-27 in Miami

The Democratic National Committee announced the lineups for the first Democrat presidential debates, after a random drawing Friday in New York. Former Vice President Joe Biden, the top-polling candidate, will appear on June 27, the second of back-to-back nights of debates in Miami. He will not have to face off against Sen. Elizabeth Warren or […]

Police cruiser crashes into tree after colliding with other vehicle

Authorities in Miami are currently investigating a multi-vehicle crash that caused a police cruiser to crash into a tree. The incident occurred Monday morning along Northeast 175th Street and 19th Avenue in North Miami Beach. Not much is know about the cause of the crash at this time, however, authorities are reporting that the officer […]

Chinese Woman Arrested For Sea Turtle Nest Attack on Miami Beach

A Chinese citizen who lives in Michigan is in jail in south Florida for allegedly attacking a sea turtle nest on South Beach. Miami Beach police say it does not appear any of the eggs was damaged. Officers and bystanders witnessed 41-year-old Yaqun Lu remove a wooden stake put up to protect the nest and […]

Judge Dismisses “Unwanted Kiss” Lawsuit Against Trump

A U.S. District Judge in Tampa has dismissed a federal lawsuit that had alleged that President Trump kissed a former campaign staffer during a Florida rally three years ago. Judge William Jung issued a ruling on Friday that refers to 44-year-old Alva Johnson’s complaint as a “political lawsuit.” The suit was dismissed without prejudice, which […]

Notre Dame Cathedral Holds First Mass Since Devastating Fire

Paris’ historic Notre Dame Cathedral held its first Mass on Saturday for about 30 people, including staff and construction workers, two months after a devastating fire that ravaged the Gothic building’s roof and toppled its masterpiece spire. The service – known as the annual Dedication Mass that commemorates the cathedral’s original consecration as a place […]

633 Divers Set World Record Cleaning Ocean Floor Near Deerfield Beach

Another Guinness World Record has been broken, and it happened this weekend right here in South Florida. On Saturday, 633 scuba divers spent part of their morning scooping up trash from the bottom of the ocean near the Deerfield Beach International Fishing Pier. Guinness adjudicator Michael Empric confirmed the record-breaking number of participants, saying, “I actually […]

Boeing CEO: We Made “Unacceptable Mistake” Leading Up to Crashes

The CEO of Boeing is acknowledging that his company made a “mistake” in its handling of an issue with a cockpit warning system before two recent crashes of its new 737 Max jets that were equipped with the system. Dennis Muilenburg says that Boeing’s communication with regulators, as well as with customers and the public, […]

Soggy Weather Will Stick Around Through Mid-week

Grab that umbrella and keep it handy for a while! According to our news partner CBS12, showers and storms will continue for our region through Father’s Day and beyond. Light southeast winds across much of the state will continue to bring us tropical moisture through the early evening, with a 60 percent chance of coverage. […]