A volunteer board member in Boynton Beach, Florida, who was accused of being a white supremacist and racist after allegedly saying Blacks were "lucky" to be slaves, has resigned.

Tampa police said a fourth person was fatally shot Tuesday in what many fear was a serial killing.

Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd warned that his deputies would arrest people with outstanding warrants trying to enter hurricane evacuee shelters.

What was supposed to be a much-needed girls trip has turned into a nightmare for a group of Black women vacationing in the Caribbean.

Two of three Klansmen were convicted in a plot to kill a formerly incarcerated Black man.

Aramis Ayala, the Sunshine State's first African-American elected state attorney, was stopped for having tinted windows.

A newly released video shows Florida State Attorney Aramis Ayala being pulled over by police and asking why they ran her tags during a traffic stop last month.

After Dashoan and Sofia Olds watched a news segment about the children's dilemma, they knew what they needed to do.

An African-American man in Florida was accused of jaywalking by a White Sherriff's officer, who threatened him with jail time and wrote him a ticket, after the man had no identification on him in Jacksonville.

Convicted sex offender from Alabama, Robert Letroy Howard, has been arrested and charged with the murder of 12-year-old Naomi Jones.

A Florida was in for a shock when her school asked her to change her natural hair style. For Nicole Orr, 16, her hair is a point of pride. It’s almost her trademark for the Montverde Academy junior. “People say they love my hair because it’s so diverse, curly and Afro-centric,” she told Fox 35 […]

Kodak Black just can’t seem to keep his name out of trouble. Fresh off the release of his first official studio album Painting Pictures, new criminal information about the rapper has resurfaced. According to the Sun-Sentinel, Kodak, who was recently arrested for probation violation, was accused of assaulting a female employee at a Miami strip club back in […]