Amy Viteri, WPLG Local 10 News

Amy Viteri

WPLG Local 10 News

Miami, FL, United States

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Past articles by Amy:

Video of Miami-Dade arrest shows officer kneeling on man who says ‘I can’t breathe'

Bodyworn camera footage from a Miami-Dade arrest shows a police officer kneeling on a suspect's back and pulling on his wrists as he’s handcuffed facedown on the ground. The 2018 incident is now under review. → Read More

Brickell construction accident has at least 1 worker on ventilator, investigation underway

The horrific scene on a Miami construction site had workers yelling out in pain as others desperately tried to free them from steel rods that came crashing down. → Read More

Coronavirus in Florida: Landlords hoping for state assistance as rent forgiveness continues

So far, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has extended the moratorium on rent with each month that has passed since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

City of North Miami investing federal relief funds in COVID-19 contact tracing

The City of North Miami is investing in contact tracing amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Live events industry feels economic plunge in South Florida

The hospitality industry felt the hit first. As the coronavirus pandemic began to impact South Florida and officials were forced to implement safety measures, workers and entrepreneurs in almost every sector experienced the economy’s downturn during the April-June quarter. → Read More

Man confesses to stabbing wife, running her over outside hospital where she was a nurse

A man who confessed to stabbing his wife to death in the parking lot of Broward Health Coral Springs was formally charged with first-degree murder Wednesday. → Read More

South Florida cyclists recording their rides due to violent interactions with angry drivers

South Florida cyclists are sharing the hair-raising videos of their close calls with drivers seemingly determined to run them off the road. → Read More

Bike riders are using cameras to catch dangerous encounters with drivers

The video recorded from a cyclist’s camera shows a string of riders along A1A in Palm Beach County. A passing pick-up truck honks as the driver goes around the cyclists, what happened next is now under investigation. → Read More

Miami Beach considers new parking plans because of lost revenue

Parking employees in Miami Beach last week received messages notifying them that their “full-time position is being converted to part-time status at 28 hours/week,” blaming the “drastic measures” on COVID-19′s economic impact. → Read More

Possible scam involving Floridians seeking unemployment being investigated by Local 10 News

With so many people out of work and desperate for cash, Local 10 News has heard about people with inside access demanding payoffs to fast-track unemployment claims. → Read More

Man seen smearing blood on Miami Beach businesses

Surveillance video obtained by Local 10 News from Ace Hardware shows a man who appeared to have a cut on his arm or hand overnight. He’s seen walking up to the front of a business and rubbing his blood on the glass window before moving on to the next storefront. → Read More

Broward courts clerk Brenda Forman posts rambling Facebook video taking aim at political rivals

Broward County Clerk of Courts Brenda Forman posted a 40-minute Facebook video in which she said God gave her a list of people to expose while she was battling COVID-19 late last month. → Read More

Activists call for State Attorney Fernandez Rundle to step down

Members of several local democratic caucuses and activists gathered in Miami to call on Katherine Fernandez Rundle to end her campaign for re-election after what they describe as a failure to charge any law enforcement officer in an on-duty killing during her 27 years in office. → Read More

Coronavirus in Florida: 35-year-old mother and hospital worker dies of COVID-19

Victims of the novel coronavirus continue getting younger and younger. → Read More

Coronavirus in Florida: Residents still having issues dealing with state unemployment system

Floridians who are out of work still seem to be having problems with the state's unemployment department. → Read More

Tougher coronavirus orders: Fines for not wearing masks and arrests for businesses that break rules

In Miami Beach, the mask is now mandatory. Effective Tuesday, everyone in a public place — indoors or out — must wear a face covering if they’re not able to socially distance from others. → Read More

See what it’s like for a Miami Beach coronavirus code enforcement officer

Along Lincoln Road you see hand sanitizers outside businesses and even hand-washing stations. There is a long list of requirements, and code compliance officers are out making sure they’re being followed. → Read More

Coronavirus pandemic has put bicycles and boats in high demand, but supply is low

Finding ways to entertain the family during the coronavirus pandemic has proved to be a challenging and creating time for many. → Read More

Miami Beach officials discussing plans to remedy flooding issues

City leaders in Miami Beach met on Monday over plans to raise roads in areas prone to flooding. → Read More

No injuries reported after partial facade collapse at medical office building

No one was injured Wednesday morning during a partial facade collapse at a medical office building in North Miami Beach. → Read More