Trent Kelly, WPLG Local 10 News

Trent Kelly

WPLG Local 10 News

Miami, FL, United States

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Past articles by Trent:

Hialeah police: ‘No indication’ of political motive in attack on Rubio canvasser

Police arrested a man accused of attacking a canvasser handing out political flyers in Hialeah on behalf of Sen. Marco Rubio’s campaign Sunday evening, but a police account of the incident differs from what the senator tweeted the next day. → Read More

Police in Pompano Beach investigating car found propped up against palm tree

Police in Broward County are investigating what led a driver to slam their car into a palm tree. → Read More

Miramar police find missing mom’s truck in Hollywood

Miramar police announce that the lead investigators on missing mother Leila Cavett is now Hollywood PD because of new developments. → Read More

Sisters concerned about missing mom whose son turned up in Miramar

Three sisters of a missing woman say they’re relieved that their young nephew is OK after being found wandering alone in Miramar, but they’re concerned about the boy’s mother. → Read More

Broward opens new coronavirus testing sites as numbers rise

Drivers lined up before dawn Tuesday outside Markham Park in Sunrise, which became South Florida’s newest coronavirus testing site. Amid rising COVID-19 cases, Broward County is expanding its testing locations at parks, with another opening Sunday at Vista View Park in Davie. → Read More

Hialeah mayor left out of DeSantis coronavirus roundtable, calls it ‘a lack of respect'

A quick glance around the room at Gov. Ron DeSantis’ roundtable with Miami-Dade County mayors on Tuesday showed a glaring omission.Not present: Hialeah Mayor Carlos Hernandez. → Read More

Police in Southwest Miami-Dade take man with knife at his throat into custody

After responding to a Miami-Dade home on Sunday morning, officers were suddenly facing a potentially life-threatening situation. → Read More

Miami-Dade mayor: ‘We want to bring that positive rate down’

The daily coronavirus numbers released by Florida Department of Health showed another record amount of positive cases on Saturday. → Read More

Shooting leaves 1 dead, 1 injured in North Miami Beach

Detectives responded Sunday morning to an area near Jackson Health Medical Center in North Miami Beach to investigate a homicide. → Read More

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis says he knew rise in COVID numbers would get ‘Oh, my gosh!’ reaction

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis attributes the spike in coronavirus cases in the state to more available testing and points out that fatalities are on a downward trend. → Read More

Woman streaming drive-by shooting live on Facebook thought it was hit and run

A witness started streaming a shooting live on Facebook when she soon realized she was watching a drive-by shooting. The victim later died. → Read More

Sudden spike in Florida coronavirus cases has residents, business owners fearing another stay-at-home order

For the second day in a row, the Florida Department of Health reported another huge increase in the state's number of COVID-19 cases. → Read More

Tensions rise over monuments to supporters of slavery

The death of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer sparked worldwide protests against racism that now include the vandalism of monuments linked to racism. → Read More

Protests spring up across Broward, and they have a key thing in common — youth

The movement taking place on our streets is largely a youth movement. That could be seen from Pembroke Pines to Hollywood to Davie on Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

Coral Springs strip mall badly damaged by overnight fire

A fire broke out at a Coral Springs strip mall early Saturday, destroying the building's roof and causing parts of its facade to come crashing down. → Read More

Artist Alec Monopoly offers $15,000 reward to recover 4 pieces stolen in Miami

Alec Monopoly said he woke up Thursday when his brother Avery Andon raced into his room at their home in a gated community in Miami in a panic. → Read More

Fort Lauderdale to pay $18 million settlement, residents say old incinerator made them sick

After years of legal battles, a settlement has finally been reached in the toxic land fight in Fort Lauderdale. → Read More

Crews in Fort Lauderdale battle separate yacht fires about a mile apart

Firefighters in Fort Lauderdale had to battle two separate yacht fires early Saturday morning. → Read More

Broward still ‘tweaking’ new guidelines for Monday reopening

Broward County Administrator Bertha Henry said Tuesday 31 cities agreed to start reopening businesses on Monday. → Read More

Changes are coming to cruise lines; Norwegian warns it may go bankrupt

The cruise industry is full of questions as it tries to survive the coronavirus outbreak. Royal Caribbean spoke of improving its safety measures as Norwegian told investors that it fears for the future of the company. → Read More