Terrell Forney, WPLG Local 10 News

Terrell Forney

WPLG Local 10 News

Miami, FL, United States

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Past articles by Terrell:

Several migrants detained after coming ashore in Broward County

U.S. Border Patrol and members of the Broward Sheriff's Office responded to the incident. → Read More

Parkland shooter back in Broward court ahead of September trial

Under heavy security, Parkland mass shooting subject Nikolas Cruz was back in a Broward courtroom for the first time in over a year. → Read More

Missing mom Leila Cavett investigation leads FBI to landfill

It's Day 1 at the Monarch Hill landfill in Northwest Broward where FBI have set up as part of the investigation into missing mom Leila Cavett's disappearance. → Read More

Police in Miramar investigating woman’s car badly damaged and vandalized with racial slur

A woman in Broward County woke up to find that her car had been vandalized, etched with a shocking racial slur. → Read More

FBI releases images of missing mom in South Florida, confirms other sightings

The FBI, now involved in the disappearance of Leila Cavett, has released surveillance images of a few places where she was seen in the area. → Read More

Local leaders react to Kamala Harris being selected as Joe Biden’s running mate

Presidential candidate Joe Biden announced on Tuesday that Senator Kamala Harris would be his running mate ahead of November's election. → Read More

With voting rights restored, convicted felons visit polls for first time

It was a historic day for a number of convicted felons who were able to cast their ballot for the first time since having their voting rights restored. → Read More

Miami’s historic Vizcaya museum suffering for funds amid coronavirus pandemic

The historic Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is being hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and there is an urgent call to save the local landmark. → Read More

North Lauderdale family homeless after heavy downpours destroy home

A heavy downpour leaves a North Lauderdale family homeless in the wake of Tropical Storm Isaias. → Read More

Reward for information in girl’s fatal shooting increases to $20,000

Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers announced the reward for information leading to an arrest in the murder of a 7-year-old girl increased to $20,000 on Tuesday. → Read More

Girl’s killer wanted: Miami-Dade offers $15,000 reward

Seven-year-old Alana Washington remained hospitalized on Monday after she was the victim of a drive-by shooting, according to the Miami-Dade Police Department. → Read More

$3,000 reward for info in transgender woman’s murder

Deputies are still searching for the person responsible for killing a transgender woman in Pompano Beach. Now, there’s a $3,000 reward for any of those details that could lead to an arrest. → Read More

South Florida hospitals could be full by the end of month

We are heading toward another healthcare crisis. That is the word from some of the medical professionals who are sounding the alarm, at least privately. → Read More

Want to plan a protest in Miami? You’ll need a permit, police chief says

Miami's police chief says because of the latest surge in COVID-19 numbers, protesters will need to all wear masks, plus there are some other requirements if you want to plan a protest. → Read More

‘Egregious’ behavior gets 2 Miami Gardens officers fired, chief says

Miami Gardens Police Chief Delma Noel-Pratt said Wednesday she decided to terminate two police officers who are under a criminal investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. → Read More

Defunding police a big topic of discussion at Fort Lauderdale City Commission meeting

Fort Lauderdale commissioners met into the night Tuesday, with one of the topics dealing with a suspended police officer. → Read More

Protesters in 3 Broward County cities say they’re not giving up anytime soon

A spiritual message helped set the tone at a rally that reached the steps of the Lauderdale City Hall. → Read More

Broward deputy claims suspension is politically motivated, attorney says

Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputy Ron Thurston, who was hired in 1999, claims his recent suspension over a violation of the department’s social media policy and unbecoming conduct is politically motivated. → Read More

Caught on camera: NFL Players Quinton Dunbar, DeAndre Baker leave Broward County Jail

Two NFL players, accused of armed robbery at a house party in Miramar, leave Broward County jail after posting bond Sunday. → Read More

Coronavirus in Florida: City of Miramar to furlough employees, including first responders

The impact of the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic is now reaching local governments here in South Florida. → Read More