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Cat Recovering After Being Shot by BB Gun in Pembroke Pines Officers arrived at the scene near the 19100 block of Northwest 12th Court on Sunday evening, where the black and white cat named "Roy" injured after being shot in the left side. The animal was taken to a local emergency animal hospital, where the pellet was removed and he remains in critical but stable condition at this time.

Florida Man Calls 911 to Report Roommate Stealing $20 Worth of His Marijuana: Police NBC affiliate WFLA-TV reports the incident took place Saturday in Pasco County, located just north of Tampa. The Pasco County Sheriff's Office put messages on social media showing the interaction between the man who called and one of their deputies. "The guy's calling in saying his roommate stole his weed - $20 worth," Deputy Zalva explained.

Mass Construction Begins on Florida Turnpike Expansion Project This Monday marks the beginning of a five year $245 million mass widening project across Florida's Turnpike, according to Florida Department of Transportation. The project will take place along Florida's Turnpike Extension, from the Dolphin Expressway to NW 106th Street.

Joe's Stone Crab hosts fundraiser for Children's Home Society Stone crab season doesn't officially kick off until Tuesday, but crab lovers in Miami Beach got a tasty preview this weekend, and it was all for a good cause. Joe's Stone Crab opened its doors for its 106th season to host more than 400 guests for Claws for a Cause, a fundraiser for Children's Home Society, Sunday.

1 airlifted after rollover wreck in Opa-Locka - Firefighters freed one person who became trapped after a rollover wreck in Opa-Locka. According to Opa-Locka Police, a tow truck and a car collided near Northwest 22nd Avenue and State Road 9, at around 1:20 p.m., Sunday. Officials said the impact sent the dark colored sedan into a guardrail and caused the tow truck to flip over on its side.

Police Make an Arrest on Hialeah Red Light Shooting According to officers, the victim was stopped at a red light at west 12th street and Okeechobee road Saturday morning when Rodriguez pulled up alongside them, fired into the vehicle, and fled the scene. One passenger was struck and transported to the hospital.

Woman hospitalized after SUV plunges into Miami Gardens canal - Rescue crews took a woman to the hospital after, officials said, her SUV plunged into a canal in Miami Gardens. Miami Gardens Police, Florida Highway Patrol and Miami-Dade Fire Rescue units responded to the scene of the crash near Northwest 203rd Street and 27th Avenue, just after 4:20 p.m., Sunday.

Search underway for missing Miami boy MIAMI - Police are seeking the public's help in locating 12-year-old boy who went missing in Miami. According to City of Miami Police, Shamari Lewis was last seen along the 1400 block of Northwest 54th Street, Sunday. Lewis was last seen wearing a red shirt and red basketball shorts.

Miami Gardens residents protest plans to bring Formula 1 to Hard Rock Stadium - Protesters stormed the streets of Miami Gardens to say no to Formula 1. Residents who took part in Sunday's demonstration said they object to having Formula 1 Racing events held at Hard Rock Stadium. They're concerned it will bring environmental consequences and noise pollution to surrounding neighborhoods.

Elizabeth Warren Ramps Up Battle With Facebook Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., ramped up her criticism of Facebook this weekend, taking aim at the company's policy on political advertising and for having "contributed" to media job losses, NBC News reports.

Person Injured After Reported Shooting Inside Boca Raton Mall; No Shooter in Custody: Police Police are asking those who are still in the mall to stay sheltered until officers evacuate them.

Pennsylvania Groom's Alleged Assault of Bridesmaid Didn't Surprise Sexual Violence Experts A Pennsylvania groom's alleged sexual assault of one of his wife's bridesmaids days before their wedding made national headlines.But experts say that while it may be unusual for a groom to be the alleged assailant, sexual violence at weddings and similar events may be more common than people realize, NBC News reports.

Is Fake Meat Better for You? So-called fake meat, or alternative meat products, is rising in popularity as consumers look to eat a more sustainable diet. But are the plant-based burgers really better for the environment? And how do they compare to meat in terms of calories and health benefits?

Woman loses arm, foot in plane propeller accident at Key West airport - A Florida woman has been hospitalized after losing her arm and foot when she was struck by a plane propeller at Key West International Airport. Monroe County Sheriff's officials say the woman was a passenger in a private plane on Saturday night. The pilot left the plane while it was running to check on a potential mechanical issue.

Florida Woman Severely Injured In Airplane Propeller Accident At Key West Airport KEY WEST - A Florida woman was severely injured Saturday night when she was struck by an airplane propeller at Key West International Airport. According to Monroe County Sheriff's officials, the woman, who is from Naples, was a passenger in a private plane when the accident happened.

Boca Police: Reports Of Shooting At Town Center Mall BOCA POLICE - There's a heavy police presence at the Town Center Mall in Boca Raton following reports of a shooting. Boca PD tweeted that there is no active shooter, but are still conducting an active search due to the initial reports of shots fired at the mall.

Tough Choices For Florida Timber Farmers A Year After Hurricane Michael BLOUNTSTOWN - Florida timber farmers have some tough choices to make a year after Hurricane Michael. The sunsets are a sight to behold in Joe Leonard's neck of the woods these days. A year ago, lush stands of towering pines obscured the horizon, he said as he drove his pickup along a dusty Florida Panhandle road.

Town Center in Boca Raton on lockdown due to reports of shooting - The Town Center at Boca Raton has been placed on lockdown following reports of an active shooter. Boca Raton Police officers have responded to the mall located along the 6000 block of Glades Road just after 3 p.m., Sunday.

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Good Samaritan assists USCG in helping boaters near Fort Pierce No injuries were reported. The vessel was escorted to the North Fort Pierce terminal without incident. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Florida Democratic Leaders Say Members Energized Despite No Candidate In Sight LAKE BUENA VISTA - Florida Democratic leaders said grassroots party members are energized despite not having a presidential candidate in sight. Party leaders admitted that in past years they have started late in raising money and organizing. But they promised they aren't repeating that pattern this election cycle.

FBI: No Criminal Charge For Woman Who Boarded Plane In Orlando Without Ticket - Criminal charges will not be filed against a woman who boarded an Orlando flight without a ticket before being removed, FBI officials say. Delta Airlines has said Sylvia Rictor boarded one of its planes at Orlando International Airport without a ticket last weekend and was removed, delaying the Orlando-Atlanta flight for three-hours.

ICYMI: Goodbye Vacation; Possible Raccoon Attack Here are some of last week's top stories from the NBC 6 Weekend Digest:. How Hurricane Season Can Sink Your Vacation Plans. A man says he had to cancel his vacation to the Bahamas when Hurricane Dorian was approaching. He wasn't given a refund despite the cruise line cutting the planned itinerary short.

Coast Guard medevacs man near St. Petersburg Coast Guard crews medevaced a man to Tierra Verde, Florida. Crews responded to a mayday call approximately 33 miles offshore from Fort DeSoto at around 6:30 a.m., Sunday. A good Samaritan was able to make contact with the man on board a 27-foot fishing vessel before USCG crews arrived on scene.

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