Jamie Guirola, NBC 6 South Florida

Jamie Guirola

NBC 6 South Florida

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Past articles by Jamie:

Dramatic Bodycam Shows Deputies Arresting Suspect in Deadly Shooting Spree Near Orlando

New bodycam video shows deputies taking a man into custody shortly after he allegedly went on a shooting spree in a neighborhood near Orlando that left three people dead including a TV reporter and a 9-year-old girl. → Read More

Bodycam Shows Miami Officer Dragging Handcuffed Man Across Floor in 2021 Arrest

Three Miami Police officers are facing disciplinary action Tuesday for a rough arrest that involved one of the officers dragging a handcuffed man on the ground back in 2021. → Read More

Student Left With ‘Nothing' After Nursing School Shut Down for Issuing Fake Diplomas

Lucy Brown still doesn’t have her diploma after spending thousands to attend the Palm Beach School of Nursing, which was later shut down after feds discovered it issued fake diplomas and transcripts → Read More

Man Accused of Fatally Shooting Scooter Rider in 2020 Claiming Self-Defense

The attorney of a man who fatally shot another man who was riding a scooter near Perrine back in 2020 is claiming his client pulled the trigger in self-defense. → Read More

National LGBTQ Task Force Work to Drive Voters to Polls With ‘Queer the Vote' Campaign

For months, the task force has been building grassroots connections and voters for LGBTQ rights and protections in its “Queer the Vote” campaign. → Read More

Miami Shores Celebrates its First-Ever Pride Day Parade

Dozens of people gathered to celebrate the LGBTQ community by having its first Pride parade in Miami Shores Village. Miami Shores partnered with SAVE Dade which is a part of the SAVE Foundation recognized as South Florida’s longest-serving organization dedicated to protecting people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer against discrimination. “Miami Shores has the second… → Read More

‘Like a Bomb Went Off': Bonita Springs Family Among Many Who Lost Everything in Ian

More than a week after Hurricane Ian slammed into southwest Florida, families were getting a first look at the destruction the powerful storm left behind. → Read More

‘Very Sad': Residents Return to Devastated Sanibel Island for First Time Since Ian

A week after Hurricane Ian slammed into southwest Florida, some residents of Sanibel Island got their first chance to visit the area to view the destruction for themselves. → Read More

‘We Didn't Have Much Time': Naples Man Saves Mom From Rapid Flooding After Ian

A Florida man used his experience as a former rescue diver and police officer to rescue his mother when the storm surge from Hurricane Ian overtook her home. → Read More

‘It's a Mess': Residents Describe What's Left of Pine Island as Evacuations Continue

Hundreds of people were still being evacuated and leaving their homes in southwest Florida Monday for the first time since Hurricane Ian made landfall. → Read More

Brother of Woman Killed on I-95 Makes Long Journey to Miami to Search for Answers

Investigators still don’t know who shot 22-year-old Melissa Gonzalez back in January 2020 as she drove down I-95 in Miami → Read More

Hurricane Ian Floods Streets, Knocks Out Power in the Florida Keys

Tropical storm strength winds from Hurricane Ian battered the Florida Keys late into Tuesday evening, with gusts kicking up to 72 mph. → Read More

Group Holds Demonstration to Denounce DeSantis' Migrant Flights

The political battle over Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis moving migrants from state to state continued Sunday with a demonstration in Miami. → Read More

Tenants Concerned About Crime in Luxury Fort Lauderdale Apartment Building

Some tenants in a luxury apartment building in Fort Lauderdale are fed up. They say crime is happening almost every day and that management isn’t enough to keep them safe. “I was missing a couple of items. I went and saw the Xbox gone, then I went straight to my jewelry, which was all gone,” said Parker Newell. Newell says… → Read More

Owner of Pit Bull Who Attacked Woman, Dog Apologizes: ‘I Feel Bad'

The owner of a pit bull that attacked a pregnant woman and her dog in Fort Lauderdale is apologizing for the attack. → Read More

‘Really Traumatizing': Pregnant Woman and Her Dog Attacked by Pit Bull in Fort Lauderdale

It was early Monday morning on Davie Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale when a pregnant woman walking her dog was suddenly attacked. → Read More

Prosecutors Drop Battery Charge Against Rep. Carlos Gimenez's Son

Back in February, Carlos Gimenez Jr. allegedly slapped Miami Commissioner Alex Diaz de la Portilla → Read More

Miami Beach Commissioner Rings Alarm as Monkeypox Cases on the Rise

Right now, monkeypox is spreading fast among men who have sex with men. But there are concerns that as school is set to start, transmission could dramatically increase among other populations. → Read More

Posters With Hate Messages Found at Progressive Church in Fort Lauderdale

The reverend of a progressive church in Fort Lauderdale wants answers after someone targeted the place of worship with posters filled with hateful messages. → Read More

Man Nearly Loses Pinky Finger During Shark Encounter in the Florida Keys

It was a shark catch for the books for Brett Reeder. Reeder hooked a 5- to 6-foot lemon shark in the Keys with his family, when hooks got stuck and he started wrestling with this catch. “Crazy thing is we do it all the time,” said Reeder. “It’s pretty normal to be able to get the hooks out of them… → Read More