Officials warn of spike in mass-overdoses due to fentanyl
U.S. Border Patrol agents, along with officers from U.S. Customs and Border Protection, gave Local 10 News an exclusive look at how federal law enforcement on the southern border in Arizona is dealing with an unprecedented flow of fentanyl from Mexico.
Did you pay a dealer fee when buying out your lease? If so, you’re entitled to a refund, attorney says
With new car inventory shortages and the surge in used car prices, more people are buying out their leases, but some are being hit with unexpected fees and forced car certifications that were not in the original lease.
‘Real-life fast and furious’: Road rage incidents increase in South Florida
Rage on South Florida roads often leads to dangerous gunfire at high speeds and tragedy. Recently it has felt like road rage shootings are happening even more frequently. According to Dr. Debbie Goodman, a criminologist at St. Thomas University, there’s a reason.
Couple calls 911 after hit-and-run crash in Broward; no one answers
Imagine the nightmare of being in an emergency situation, calling 911 several times, and no one answering your calls. That is exactly what happened to Doreen Simac and her husband Daniel Torres after they were the victims of a hit-and-run crash.
Firefighters warn about dangers of growing plants covering fire hydrants
Firefighters recently responded to a report of a house fire on Southwest 15th Street in Plantation, but when they arrived, the fire hydrant was nowhere to be found. Trees were covering it. Even though the fire trucks carry water, it doesn’t last very long.