1 hr ago | Miami New Times
The Rickenbacker Causeway has proved a dangerous place for bike riders of late. Cyclists Aaron Cohen and Christophe LeCanne were killed by hit-and-run drivers in 2012 and 2010, respectively.
1 hr ago | Miami New Times
Sure, you screwed him out of participating in the electoral process last November, when he waited in line on Election Day only to discover the vote he eventually cast wasn't counted.
4 hrs ago | Miami New Times
It's Memorial Day weekend, y'all! And in case you're wondering, here's what that translates to: a three-day weekend; the official start of summer; non-stop parties for the next 72 hours.
4 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Former Hialeah mayor Julio Robaina and his wife, Raiza, plan to plead not guilty Friday in Miami federal court to charges that the couple defrauded the U.S. government by failing to report potentially millions of dollars in income on their tax returns, including receiving cash payments on high-interest loans they made to a convicted Ponzi schemer.
6 hrs ago | NBC Miami
Thirteen years after it began, Urban Beach Week is back again in full force this weekend.
Few events are as life-changing as the birth of a child, so when Ted Caplow and wife, Pascale, welcomed triplets about a year ago, the couple, who spent two months caring for their children in intensive care, knew they had found an outlet for their philanthropic interest.
State transportation officials trying to fix a critical engineering snafu at the new train station under construction at Miami International Airport's $2 billion transportation hub have backed off the cheapest fix: closing off Northwest 25th Street.
When Cuban hunger striker Guillermo Farinas arrived in Miami, he said he was prepared to face rejection from radical members of the Cuban-American community who do not believe in pacific opposition.
Authorities in St. Paul say they've recovered the body of a child missing since a rockslide killed a classmate and left two others injured at a park along the Mississippi River.
In this Friday, May 20, 2013 photo, Cuban dissidents Ladies in White, from left, Laura Labrada Pollan, Berta Soler, and Belkis Cantillo acknowledge the guests at the Freedom Tower in Miami.
Florida is one of the costliest destinations in United States when it comes to real estate investments.
The historic but ruined Hampton House Motel, the gathering spot for Miami's African-American movers and shakers during the final years of segregation in the 1950s and early '60s, will finally be rebuilt after nearly 10 years of planning by a group of activists and preservationists.
Hugo Caseiro believes he's doing nothing wrong by rebuilding Hurricane Sandy flood cars and re-selling them around South Florida.
According to a new report published Monday by the Brookings Institute , poverty rates in American suburbs have significantly increased since 2000.
Local organizations are pledging support for victims of the Oklahoma tornado. Captain Kelly Durant with the Salvation Army, Mary Ross Agosta, spokeswoman for the Archdiocese of Miami, and Greater Miami Jewish Federation President Jacob Solomon comment.