A fugitive accused of stealing $2 million from an armored truck he was driving and killing his partner was caught early Tuesday in Florida, according to the FBI.
The First Four is the province of heroes, fools, dreamers and guys named Momo. It is where the President of the United States will be Tuesday night, not to mention a player whose first name is Four.
FIRST FOUR on truTV Tuesday, March 13 *All times EST Dayton, Ohio 6:30 p.m. -- Western Kentucky vs. Mississippi Valley State (truTV) 9:00 p.m. -- Iona vs. BYU (truTV)
Cash-flush Brazilians are looking for deals, and Miami is the place to find them. CNN's John Zarrella reports.
"Oi -- Sejam bem-vindos!" -- meaning "Hi, welcome!" -- is a Portuguese phrase heard more and more these days at Florida's tourist spots.
The race took place two months ago, a riveting three hours that played out on a 1.5-mile circle of asphalt in South Florida. Now that we've had time to digest and analyze and rehash all that took place in the 2011 season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway -- how Carl Edwards held the points lead heading into the race over Tony Stewart; how Stewart dropped to the back of the field after sustaining damage to his No. 14 Chevy under caution; how Stewart charged back; how Stewart passed Edwards and won the championship based on a tiebreaker -- let's officially call that race what it was: the greatest of the Chase era.
The United States is banning the importation of four species of snakes and their eggs, the Interior Department announced Tuesday.
U.S. Interior Department announces it is banning the importation of four snake species. CNN's John Zarrella reports.
While his next official album ripens in the blazing South Florida sunshine, Rick Ross has delivered a delicious appetite-whetter.
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Sometimes, if you press your ear to the press box window, you can almost hear thousands of fans across the country scream "Noooooooooooooooo!" as a ball flies through the air. One of those moments took place Thursday evening.
Law enforcement officers arrested 22 people Friday in Orlando and Tampa, Florida, as part of an effort to shut down so-called pill mills distributing illegal prescription drugs.
Finding a partner in crime when it comes to navigating your love life can be challenging.
The head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement for South Florida has been arrested on child pornography charges, the Department of Justice said Wednesday.
Miami Heat stars LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh are planning to host about 20 NBA players for a charity game in early October.
A CNN Hero's journey to global recognition begins with a nomination by someone who's been touched by their efforts -- someone like you who wants us to share their story with the world.
A CNN Hero's journey to global recognition begins with a nomination by someone who's been touched by their efforts.
CNN's Don Lemon interviews members of the Tampa Tea Party prior to Monday's candidate forum.
For politicians seeking public office, a stop at the iconic Cafe Versailles is a must.
Two Florida men are accused of promising women modeling jobs but instead taping sexual assaults of the women and selling the tapes on the Internet.
NEW YORK -- Hanley Ramirez's summer revival started with a perceived lack of hustle, and it nearly ended because of an all-out and all-too-real dive into the Citi Field turf.
Rapper Flo Rida is out of jail after being arrested Thursday on suspicion of drunken driving.
So the NBA finals have begun, but is anybody outside of South Florida rooting for the Heat? In fact, it's hard for anybody outside of South Florida to like the Heat fans, inasmuch as they all come wearing white, so a Heat home game, like last night, looks like a dentist convention or an agricultural rally of Cuban Communists in Havana.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on Kathy Ritvo, who overcame a heart transplant to train a Kentucky Derby horse.
Each morning about 5, every morning without fail, Kathy Ritvo is at the track, always the most dependable 100-to-1 shot on the grounds.
A toddler shot and killed his mother, the boy's father told South Florida police, who say they will talk to the 2-1/2-year-old.
A mother's boyfriend says their 2-year-old son shot and killed her. HLN's Vinnie Politan reports.
A white substance mailed to a Florida congressman's campaign office on Friday was "not a dangerous material," emergency officials said.
Federal authorities Wednesday arrested dozens of mostly Armenian alleged members of Eastern European organized crime groups suspected of a range of health care and other fraudulent activities, according to federal law enforcement sources.
The cruising industry has changed rapidly in the past decade. And even if you're an experienced cruiser, you may be in for a few surprises on your next sail (for example, you can now ignore the gratuities line on checks guilt-free!).
A 65-year-old man's remains were stashed in containers across South Florida, police said Thursday, releasing the victim's identity one day after charging another man in his murder.
A man has been charged with first-degree murder in a case that came to light last month when body parts were found scattered across South Florida, police announced Wednesday afternoon.
A South Florida jury found former World Series hero Jim Leyritz guilty of driving drunk Saturday but acquitted him of a more serious charge of DUI manslaughter.
A South Florida jury in the DUI manslaughter case of ex-baseball player Jim Leyritz said Friday that they were deadlocked, but agreed to resume deliberations after Judge Marc H. Gold asked them to do so.
You want to buy a foreclosure? It has gotten a lot harder the past couple of weeks.
Three boaters in South Florida have made it back to worried friends and family on dry land, three days after they went missing when their 32-foot boat broke down during what was supposed to be a one-day fishing trip 20 miles off of West Palm Beach.
Three men were discovered off the coast of Jacksonville, three days after their boat broke down. WJXX reports.
â¢ Is she a Miami Heat fan? Who knows, but Katy Perry and new South Florida transplant LeBron James were both spotted partying at Aura Nightclub at the Atlantis on Paradise Island in the Bahamas. The pop star stopped into the club with members of her band, drinking vodka, while the casually dressed James arrived with a large entourage and sipped champagne and vodka all night.
Former tennis star Jennifer Capriati is hospitalized after the overdose of prescription meds, a rep says
Andy Glockner will offer a full edition of the Bubble Watch each morning, then provide updates as the action plays out. Check back throughout the day for ongoing bubble analysis. All times are ET.
The most poignant scenes of conference tournament season typically involve plucky clubs from small conferences that have played their way into a shot at NCAA tournament glory. Those moments can be magical, especially for the supporters of those schools, but they're not where the bulk of the NCAA tournament bracket is forged.
His lies kept him rubbing elbows with the rich and powerful, and some became his victims.
The photographs on the walls of Scott Rothstein's office at his law firm in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, were a who's who of Washington.
NEW ORLEANS -- Where were you when the Saints won it all? It's one of those questions -- like, Where were you during the Apollo 11 moon landing? -- that will be asked a lot in the decades to come by generations of sports fans trying to put their lives in the context of something far bigger.
When South Florida coach Stan Heath is asked to about the impact star guard Dominique Jones has made this season, he does not reference one of Jones' baskets during his 46-point game against Providence earlier this season or a shot he took in upsets of Pittsburgh and Georgetown, but rather a routine pass that might have gone unnoticed by most people.
When I spoke with Georgetown coach John Thompson III late Sunday afternoon, I asked if he would give me the details on what he told his players after they lost at home to South Florida last Wednesday. Was he somber? Was he angry? What did he say? "Take me inside that locker room," I said.
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Len Gengel cries between sentences. "It's my daughter's birthday today," he says, choking back tears.
Parents are desperately searching for four college students who they say are trapped beneath rubble in Haiti.
Fears that Haitian earthquake survivors would engage in a massive and deadly ocean migration to South Florida have thus far been unfounded, according to federal and local government officials, who say they continue to plan for such an exodus only as a precaution.
Anger boiled over on the streets of Haiti's capital Tuesday -- not just from residents who have gone a week without food and water, but from the people who are supposed to be providing it.
CNN's Josh Levs talks with a woman whose cousin is trapped in the rubble of a collapsed building in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Sometimes she paced and sometimes she sat and pondered. Gigi Merove-Pierre has been at the Caribbean Supermarket for a week now, but Tuesday might have been the most painful day.
A U.S. Air Force plane serving as an airborne radio station is broadcasting messages to Haitians urging them not to attempt ocean voyages to the United States, saying they will be intercepted and turned back home if they do.
A dramatic rescue at supermarket in Haiti offers hope of finding more survivors, as CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
In the eerie light of a supermarket storage room, an international team of rescue workers waited for a miracle.
Lynn University students arrives back in Florida after being trapped in the Haiti earthquake.
Peggy Bourland can't eat. When she lies down to sleep, she fights the urge to go outside and curl up on the cold, hard ground.
With phone lines down and communication cut, Haitians living in America are "sick with worry" and scrambling for information about loved ones who experienced Tuesday's 7.0 earthquake on the island nation.
Members of Miami's Haitian community filled an area church to pray for victims of Tuesday's quake.
With phone lines down and communication cut, Haitians living in America are "sick with worry" and scrambling for information about Tuesday's earthquake, while fretting about their troubled homeland and their loved ones.
When caterer Francine Powers got summoned to the big leagues, the call came out of the blue: The phone in her home office rang, and on the other end was an invitation to try out for a shot at the Super Bowl.
Freedom's Flight is a beautiful thoroughbred with an impressive pedigree. His bloodlines can be traced to two of the greatest race horses of all time, Seattle Slew and Secretariat.
CNN's John Zarrella follows one man's crusade to shut down illegal slaughterhouses.
It is time for Extreme Makeover: Heisman Watch Edition. For five weeks this list has stuck by the usual suspects despite the fact that many of them underperformed due to injury, inaccuracy or indifference. Well, now that we have a much larger sample of games, it is time to blow up The Watch, take a look at all the evidence and start from scratch. Half of these players weren't on the list last week, including two of the top three. This Heisman season has been so crazy that next week's Halfway Heisman Trophy could go to anyone on this list -- and maybe even to someone not on it.
Campus police at the University of South Florida were questioning two men in connection with back-to-back incidents on the school campus Monday.
Beginning today Sports Illustrated and SI.com ignore the preseason hype and introduce a playoff system at the major college level -- the College Football Playoff Bracket.
When an ex-managing director of hedge fund Fortress teams up with Sotheby's in a real estate venture, you know something funny is going on in the luxury residential market.
Hurricane Bill churned in the Atlantic Ocean toward the west-northwest as a major Category 3 hurricane Tuesday evening.
Geronimo was a beautiful painted quarter horse.
CNN's John Zarrella reports black market trade has likely led to the slaughter of pet horses.