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SOBEWFF 2019: Miami Dominates Burger Bash and Art of Tiki | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 23, 2019
Each year, the South Beach Wine & Food Festival attracts the best chefs from around the world, allowing attendees the opportunity to sample fare from the greatest bars and restaurants without leaving South Florida. Last evening, however, Miami establishments dominated two of the festival's marqu...
Miami Herald | February 23, 2019
A driver was shot while exiting Interstate 95 in Northeast Miami-Dade, according to Florida Highway Patrol. “Multiple” bullets rang out Friday night on the southbound lanes of the Miami Gardens … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 23, 2019
Nearly 10 years after the last one expired, Florida environmental regulators are poised to issue a new pollution permit for Florida Power & Light’s nuclear plant and its troubled cooling … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 22, 2019
A 83-foot commercial fishing vessel, named Lady Kristie, with three people aboard, was stopped by the U.S. Coast Guard Thursday after it was spotted in a protected area near the … Click to Continue »
Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Charged for Soliciting Prostitution in South Florida Spa | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 22, 2019
In an absolutely staggering announcement, Jupiter Police today announced that billionaire and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is being charged with soliciting prostitution in Palm Beach County. Kraft is one of 25 people who have arrested as part of a huge sex-trafficking sting. The TC Palm y...
Legendary Composer John Williams Will Conduct New World Symphony Fellows | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 22, 2019
John Williams, composer of indelible scores for films including the Star Wars franchise, Indiana Jones, and Jurassic Park, will conduct New World Symphony fellows at the organization's 2019 gala on Saturday, March 2. The event will be screened on the wall outside the New World Center at Soundscape P...
3 Sons Brewing Company Opens in Dania | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 22, 2019
Dania Beach's 3 Sons Brewing Company will open to the public on February 24, according to an announcement the brewery made on social media February 20.
Eyes on Miami: III Points, Flo Rida, Lil Wayne and More | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 22, 2019
It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Every week, in collaboration with World Red Eye,...
Miami Herald | February 22, 2019
The Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department has 6,452 miles of sewer water pipes flowing into three waste water treatment plants that treat about 300 million gallons of waste water every … Click to Continue »
Marlins' New Look Is an Improvement, but Still Just Meh, Fans Say | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 22, 2019
There has definitely been a 66-percent-on-Rotten-Tomatoes sort of feeling about the Marlins' new look, but on the bright side, the revamped logo and uniforms are a massive improvement from the Circus Circus Las Vegas strip look the team donned prior. Beggers can't be choosers, we suppose. As it turn...
Miami Herald | February 22, 2019
It’s been four months since Indra Nooyi, 63, stepped down as CEO of PepsiCo, and just a few weeks since she relinquished her post as chairman. After 12 years at … Click to Continue »
The Club Is Miami's New Mini Hipster Hub for Queer, Experimental, and Burgeoning Talent | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 22, 2019
"Are you sure this is the right address?" your Uber driver might ask while hesitantly rolling up to your destination. In a shabby strip mall near Opa-locka, a solid 15-minute drive north on I-95 from the bustle of Wynwood, stands the Club. With little fanfare, it lets visitors know th...
Kitty Meow Headlines Inaugural SOBEWFF Drag Brunch | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 22, 2019
Not many people know how Shawn Palacious — one of Miami's most legendary queens — received her drag name. "It was because of my long, claw-like nails," says Palacious, whose alter ego is the edgy feline queen Kitty Meow. Those nails are just one small nod to her iconic style...
Bunnie Cakes Opening a Second Location in Downtown Doral | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 22, 2019
It's been six years since Mariana Cortez opened a brick and mortar in Wynwood for her company Bunnie Cakes, a plant-based gluten-free bakery. Now, the mother of five is gearing up to open a new location in Downtown Doral.
Miccosukee Tribe Sues Opioid Manufacturers Over Drug Epidemic | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 22, 2019
By now, the havoc wreaked by opioids on communities across the United States — especially in white, rural areas — is well known. But particularly devastated have been Native American tribes, who have suffered the highest death rate from prescription opioid overdoses of any ethnic or racial grou...
U.S. Coast Guard Officers Destroy Giant Bahamian Pot Farm After Claiming They Smelled Weed
Miami New Times | February 22, 2019
In a case that illustrates America's bizarre and quasi-colonial relationship with the Bahamas, the U.S. Coast Guard announced today that, while its officers were just buzzing around in Bahamian airspace over Andros Island, about 154 miles from Miami, its officers "smelled" marijuana...
Why It’s Important for Netflix to Save One Day at a Time | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 22, 2019
On Wednesday afternoon, "One Day at a Time" showrunner Gloria Calderon Kellett tweeted that she had just left a meeting with Netflix and had learned some troubling news about her original series: it was once again in danger of being canceled. Why? Low viewership. Kellett’s full tweet read: “NEWS...
Miami Herald | February 22, 2019
As Miami-area officials prepare to host the 2020 Super Bowl the high-profile bust of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, charged with soliciting prostitution as part of a widespread sex-trafficking … Click to Continue »
The Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 22, 2019
Fuego Music Festival, Oscars watch parties, Judy Chicago at ICA Miami, and more of the best things to do in Miami this weekend, February 22 through 24.
Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: SOBEWFF 2019 and National Margarita Day | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 22, 2019
This weekend, the South Beach Wine & Food Festival continues across South Florida, 222 Taco launches La Margarita Shop, Blackbird Ordinary hosts a Mardi Gras bar crawl, and the Rotary Club of Coral Gables' annual Chili Cook-Off returns.
Miami Herald | February 22, 2019
Puerto Rico’s governor was no friend of Rick Scott’s during the 2018 campaign, even as Scott visited the territory eight times and pitched himself as Puerto Rico’s de facto senator … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 22, 2019
It was in the late 1990s when a consulting engineer named Alice Bravo was assigned to an ambitious study: how to extend rail west into the Miami-Dade suburbs. Some 20 … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 22, 2019
Anyone who works or lives in Doral knows that getting on the roads there requires patience to get from A to B. Regardless, drivers are bound to get frustrated. One … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 22, 2019
Friends and family — and detectives — are still trying to figure out why a 14-year-old boy fell to his death from the 17th floor of a Miami Beach condo. … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 22, 2019
The former warehouse district of Wynwood may be newly abloom with dining and night spots, hip shops, offices and ever-expanding construction of edgy apartment buildings. But when it comes to … Click to Continue »
The Most Popular Podcast on iTunes Covers the Strange Killing of Florida State Professor Dan Markel | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 22, 2019
It was a strange case from the start: a prominent Florida State University law professor shot to death in broad daylight at his home in an upscale Tallahassee neighborhood. And over time, the 2014 murder of Dan Markel turned stranger still. Police quickly determined the killing wasn’t a robbery or...
Miami Herald | February 22, 2019
Saturday is Venezuela’s next watershed moment. Juan Guaidó says international humanitarian aid will get into the country by land, air or sea. The Trump administration is stockpiling aid on the … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 22, 2019
There was a time when Miami proudly wore the banner of City of Refuge. These days, we’re the capital of immigrant detention, taking our place front and center in the … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 22, 2019
You have just spent a chunk of your life savings on tickets to “Les Miserables” at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. The curtain rises at 8:02 p.m. … Click to Continue »
Arctic Tells an Icy, Intense Tale, While the Oscars' Documentary Shorts Fall Flat | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 21, 2019
Arctic. The feature film debut by writer-director Joe Penna is a rather grim and grueling survivalist action movie peppered by a handful of startling OMG moments. Underneath all that, however, lies powerful subtext about how purpose adds meaning to life. Arctic follows Overgård (Mads Mikkelsen), th...
Fireman Derek's Is Set to Open a Location in Coconut Grove Next Week | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 21, 2019
Fireman Derek's pies are coming to Coconut Grove. Next Friday, March 1, owner Derek Kaplan is expected to open the doors to his long-awaited second store, located on Main Highway.
Florida Bill Could Force Public Teacher Pay Raises to Go to Charter Schools, Union Warns | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 21, 2019
In 2018, Miami-Dade County residents passed a ballot initiative that gave a $232 million pay-raise to public school teachers. That seemed logical, since Florida teachers rank among the lowest-paid educators in America. While the ballot's language clearly states that the raise was supposed to go to p...
Celebrities Share Their SOBEWFF Grand Tasting Village Tips | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 21, 2019
Each year, the South Beach Wine & Food Festival takes over South Florida with a seemingly endless roster of parties, seminars, and dinners. The festival's crown jewel is the Grand Tasting Village, where a massive stretch of sand on South Beach is turned into a theme park of food and...
Downtown Miami's Five Best Dance Clubs | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 21, 2019
Life can be hard for a Miami club kid. It's not all champagne and bathroom-stall snow showers. Sometimes your favorite place is marked by developers and reduced to rubble overnight. Sometimes you love a place but no one else seems to care, and it slowly fades into nothingness, prompting half-hearted...
Miami Needs to Talk About Mental Health | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 21, 2019
When I tell you I moved down to Miami for the weather, I really mean that I moved to South Florida to escape my depression. I’m not alone. Many people hold the belief that the Magic City, with its brilliant sunsets and never-ending attractions, will redeem them from darkness. The...
Dr. Miami Starts Association to Defend Brazilian Butt Lifts | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 21, 2019
Dr. Michael Salzhauer, AKA Dr. Miami, is best known for wacky antics like writing a children's book about plastic surgery, live-streaming operations on Snapchat, and recording a surprisingly successful dance song called "Flawless." But now the Bal Harbour plastic surgeon says he's taking on a new ro...
Miami Herald | February 21, 2019
Seven colorful painted bricks lie at the base of an oak tree next to a cracked sidewalk and empty lot in Overtown, a tree adorned with a white cross in … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 21, 2019
In Miami’s political scene, money doesn’t just talk. It screams — in English, Spanish and Creole, filling the airwaves, flashing on TV and computer screens, crowding email inboxes, text messages … Click to Continue »
Roger Stone Threatened Political Violence and Civil War Prior to Instagram Post Aimed at Judge | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 21, 2019
As Roger Stone heads to court today to defend an apparent threat he aimed at the judge in his case, it's a good time to look at his disturbing history of making similar threats of violence, domestic terrorism, and even civil war. Stone, the Fort Lauderdale resident arrested in an FBI raid last month...
Miami Herald | February 21, 2019
Here’s how to start off your new year with a bang: Since Jan. 1, brothers Tal and Oren Alexander, who oversee a 10-person team of brokers at Douglas Elliman Real … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 21, 2019
The suspect in Saturday night’s fatal shooting in the middle of South Beach’s busiest tourist area surrendered to Miami Beach officers Thursday, police said. Alan Michael Alt, 33, is suspected … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 21, 2019
Naydilin Jimenez left her Little Havana home just before 7 Thursday morning. Naydilin left behind a note Miami police called “suicidal.” Now, Miami cops want the public’s help finding her. … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 21, 2019
Emily Acosta was described by her friends and family as athletic, energetic and blessed with a big heart. The 20-year-old from Hialeah Gardens was killed Wednesday in a car crash … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 21, 2019
A man on a cellphone, dressed in denim shorts and a T-shirt, walks up a to a man sitting in a parked SUV in front of a Northwest Miami-Dade market … Click to Continue »
Roger Stone Admits Extensive Ties to Extremist Group Florida Proud Boys in Court | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 21, 2019
Roger Stone today is sitting in a D.C. federal court begging a judge not to crack down on him for being, well, Roger Stone. The Fort Lauderdale resident was arrested last month as part of Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged ties between the Trump administration and Russian hackers.
Miami Herald | February 21, 2019
A sweeping U.S. Supreme Court ruling Wednesday has police chiefs and sheriffs across Florida asking their lawyers whether they need to change how they seize people’s cars, homes and cash. … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 21, 2019
Michael Black, in his 32 years with the Hurricane Research Division of the National Weather Service, pioneered the use of airborne radar data and sensors to measure the strength of … Click to Continue »
More Than 200 McClatchy Employees Take Buyouts. CEO Calls It Good
Miami New Times | February 21, 2019
McClatchy Co. CEO Craig Forman announced Wednesday that "a bit fewer" than 225 employees had accepted buyout offers and would be leaving newspapers across the country. Among these are are longtime and highly accomplished Miami voices in the gay community, in state politics, and in sports. Also ...
Miami Herald | February 21, 2019
Rude audiences can ruin plays, movies and concerts. Do you recognize any of these? What annoys you the most? … Click to Continue »
National Margarita Day Deals in Miami | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 21, 2019
On Friday, February 22, there's another unofficial holiday that Miami can get behind: National Margarita Day. Served straight-up classic or in playful variations, the tequila-based cocktail drink is a happy hour and vacation hallmark and the perfect libation to enjoy during warm, sultry Miami nights...
Miami Herald | February 21, 2019
According to police, the victim was seated in the SUV waiting for his brother to exit the market. The suspect approached, said he was a police officer and ordered the victim out of the car. The suspect then entered the vehicle and drove away. … Click to Continue »
Inside CNCO's Private Tour Rehearsals in Wynwood:
Miami New Times | February 21, 2019
The members of CNCO dress like a boy band. They stare seductively at the camera like a boy band. But unlike their predecessors who sang bubblegum pop, this Latin quintet has taken on reggaeton.
Dunkin' Donuts Worker Fired After Harassment for
Miami New Times | February 21, 2019
On March 3, 2016, Jacqueline Quinones began a job at the Dunkin' Donuts in the Perrine neighborhood of Miami. Less than two months later, after experiencing repeated racial discrimination from her coworkers, Quinones says she was unfairly terminated, sending her into a downward financial spiral that...
Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz Keeps Calling Ocasio-Cortez
Miami New Times | February 20, 2019
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has said virtually nothing about Matt Gaetz in public. But, given the life experience and political beliefs of the Democratic U.S. representative from New York, she likely finds her Florida Republican colleague cretinous. She's a former bartender who skyrocketed to fame by m...
Colin Kaepernick Sold Out Black People by Hiring All-White Lawyers | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 20, 2019
It’s a travesty that Colin Kaepernick turned to an all-white legal team to fight his grievance case against the NFL and the 32 team owners. Over the weekend, TMZ published a photo of the controversial quarterback wearing a massive grin and a Malcolm X T-shirt after cutting a deal...
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
It was the middle of the day in late January when two men dressed in dark clothing and jackets and wearing ball caps, one with the letters NYC just over … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
Gators versus pythons in the Florida Everglades is a death match in which neither species — the native alligator or the invasive Burmese python — can claim bragging rights. Sometimes … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
The man accused of pulling a gun on black teenager protestors on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, then using racial slurs, pleaded not guilty on Wednesday, although he did not … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
Two men pretending to be FBI agents entered a Miami Lakes home in January and left with more than $30,000 in jewelry and sports memorabilia. … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
Alvah Chapman Jr. was asked once what had made him so successful. The late civic leader and a man who helped steer his adopted Miami into an international city, answered: … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
Wanda Smith is 56 years old and has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and dementia. And she has been missing since Tuesday’s wee hours. Smith walked away from the 1700 block … Click to Continue »
L'Artisane Creative Bakery Offers Classic French Pastries That Happen to be Vegan | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 20, 2019
L’Artisane Creative Bakery in North Miami Beach is unique in its focus on European-style baked goods (French, in particular) — a culinary tradition famous for its heavy use of butter, milk, and cream.
Manny Hernandez's Photos Capture South Beach's Celebrity Scene in the '90s | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 20, 2019
Donald Trump towers over everyone else in the picture. The year is 1997 and he’s laughing it up with Gloria Estefan, Jennifer Lopez and Shakira. It’s like the Mount Rushmore of Latina women. “The funny thing is, in that picture of everybody interacting, the only one looking in the camera...
Chopped Host Ted Allen Puts on the Judge's Robe at SOBEWFF's Art of Tiki | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 20, 2019
It's been six months since Ted Allen, the Emmy-winning Food Network host, set foot on the New York City set of Chopped. "I've actually been cooking a lot," Allen says, "you know, just different soups and chicken dishes. It's funny, though — now that I think about it, I've never...
Backroom Sessions Partners With the Fair for Its New Locals Stage | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 20, 2019
Backroom Sessions partners with the Miami-Dade Fair & Exposition for its new Boulevard Stage.
Derek Jeter's Five Best Moves to Make the Miami Marlins Great Again | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 20, 2019
Pitchers and catchers reported for the Miami Marlins last week, which means one thing: It's almost time to yell at Derek Jeter again. For everything. Just in general. All baseball faults are his. This time last year, Derek Jeter was getting an intense taste of what...
The Best Things to Do in Miami This Week | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 20, 2019
Thursday The Grammys have come and gone. Now it's time for an equally awesome musical spectacle in our backyard. The 31st Premio Lo Nuestro, presented by Univision, is set to happen at the Triple-A. Alejandra Espinoza will host the star-studded event, and Latin artists galore are slated to perform a...
Explore Global Flavors at SOBEWFF Without Leaving South Florida | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 20, 2019
This year's South Beach Wine & Food Festival will see 350 chefs from around the world cooking at more than 100 events. With each year comes fresh experiences and new additions to the lineup that run the gamut from intimate chef-curated dinners to late-night soirees. Though most attendees gravita...
The Zombies' Rod Argent Says His Band's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Is a
Miami New Times | February 20, 2019
On March 29, 1969, “Time of the Season” by English rock band the Zombies hit number one on the American Cashbox singles chart — despite the fact that the band had broken up 18 months earlier. Fifty years later to the day, on March 29, 2019, the Zombies, with founding members...
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
On Saturday, “Dance for Peace” (Danza por la Paz) brings together 12 South Florida dance companies and over 100 dancers in an evening showcase of South Florida’s dance talent whose … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
A video released by Miami Beach shows their suspect in Saturday night’s South Beach fatal shooting walking around the Ocean Drive area and firing a gun toward the ocean. While … Click to Continue »
SOBEWFF 2019: The Best Celebrities to Follow on Instagram | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 20, 2019
The South Beach Wine & Food Festival is underway, and hundreds of chefs are flying in from around the world to cook at the fest's various dinners and parties. Of course, it's not all work for these talented toques: They also storm the restaurants and bars of our fair city in what's referred to as ...
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
The head of the U.S. Southern Command said Wednesday it is prepared to face any situation in Venezuela and warned its armed forces they will be held responsible if they … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
A Wednesday afternoon shooting involving three cars resulted in one person shot and one person, who might have been shot, running from the scene at which two vehicles crashed. That’s … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
With newsrooms across the country facing declining revenues and significant staff reductions, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation said it will invest $300 million over five years to … Click to Continue »
Using Controversial Law, Prosecutors Charge Two Miami Men With Murder for Dealing Fentanyl | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 20, 2019
America's drug war is still here and still going strong. Today, Miami-Dade County State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle announced that her office persuaded a grand-jury to indict two fentanyl dealers for first-degree murder — purely because they sold the opiates to a user who later died. Rundl...
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
Roberto Carlos, the Brazilian-born superstar who has been making music for so long he once opened a show in his homeland for Bill Haley and the Comets, is opening his … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
The first World Aids Day was held in 1988, but we were hard into the epidemic during my time on Miami’s North Bayshore Drive. From 1983 through 1987, I lived … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
“I don’t want to wait for our lives to be over/I want to know right now what will it be/I don’t want to wait for our lives to be over/Will … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
Finding the self-confidence to grow and change one’s life takes courage. For some, because of personal circumstances, the challenge can seem almost impossible. The at-risk youth at Miami Dade Regional … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
The residents of Golden Beach had a choice on Tuesday between electing more of the same or something new. They chose more of the same. Incumbent Mayor Glenn Singer won … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
We live in a world where, all too often, the good that our public servants do is taken for granted. That is not the case in the neighborhood where Richard … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
The 1 Hotel South Beach has been sold for $610 million to Maryland-based Host Hotels, a real estate investment trust. Starwood Capital Group, a private investment firm, and LeFrak, a … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
Miami-Dade County teachers who are also members of United Teachers of Dade voted Wednesday to keep their current union leadership in place for another three years. As of about 9:30 … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
Hialeah-based bread product maker Gilda recalled three lots of its Butter Pound Cake aka Panque because the ingredient label doesn’t list milk. That can be a problem because, as the … Click to Continue »
Ocean Drive Critic Let BangBros Shoot Porn on His Hotel Rooftop | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 20, 2019
Longtime Miami Beach activist Mitch Novick is best known for ranting and raving about the "carnival-like atmosphere" on Ocean Drive. For the past several years, Novick — the owner of the Sherbrooke Hotel at Collins Avenue and Ninth Street — has been a regular at city council meetings and in loca...
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
Miami-Dade’s transportation tax may not have expanded Metrorail as advertised or doubled the county’s bus fleet, but it has been a consistent success in delivering on promised road projects. The … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 20, 2019
The fire station serving most of South Beach has been falling apart for years. The building was constructed in 1967 and has major electrical and mechanical problems, according to city … Click to Continue »
Watch Gloria Estefan and Ana Navarro Dance the Conga with Drag Queens at R House | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 19, 2019
This past Sunday, worlds collided in some alternative universe when Ana Navarro, Gloria Estefan, and Emilio Estefan danced the conga with a group of drag queens while Miami Sound Machine's 1985 hit, Conga played.
Rubio's Warmongering on Venezuelan Border Was Dangerous, Likely Unprecedented, Historians Say | Miami New Times
Miami New Times | February 19, 2019
In a move that foreign-policy experts say is both unprecedented and dangerous, Florida's U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio and U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart this past weekend showed up in Cúcuta, Colombia, a town on the Venezuelan border, to effectively threaten war against Venezuelan strongman Nicolás Maduro.
Miami Herald | February 19, 2019
The conditions of two U.S. Army soldiers injured in a parachute training exercise in the skies over Homestead last week have improved. One soldier was released from the hospital late … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 19, 2019
The man who pulled a gun on a group of black teens who were protesting on Brickell Avenue on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, is now facing a host of … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 19, 2019
Rodrigo Medinilla may only be 12, but he’s got an impressive resume: Mensa member, contestant on NBC’s “Genius Junior” and participant in the World Championships Robotics Competition. On Tuesday, the … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 19, 2019
A Hialeah native is now the recipient of the largest free-agent deal in MLB history. Manny Machado, who was born in Hialeah and committed to Florida International before heading straight … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 19, 2019
Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell speaks during a press conference after touring the Homestead Temporary Shelter for Unaccompanied Migrant Children in Homestead, Florida, on Feb. 19, 2019. … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 19, 2019
After five Congressional representatives toured the Homestead facility for migrant children Tuesday, lawmakers convened a roundtable discussion in South Miami-Dade to discuss how they plan on shutting it down. The … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 19, 2019
It is one of the hardest jobs in child welfare: overseeing services to the approximately 3,000 foster children in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties, some abandoned, some abused, some both. It … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 19, 2019
A half-moon stretch of Brickell Bay Drive, home to six waterfront condominium buildings, is often cited as the weak point where the ocean rose up and overtook the business district … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 19, 2019
Miami-Dade police need to identify a shooting suspect. According to police, the victim was standing outside the convenience store with two other males, when the suspect fired several shots. One male in the group returned fire. and was struck. … Click to Continue »
Miami Herald | February 19, 2019
Miami Beach Police detectives continue their search for the subject involved in Saturday night’s Homicide at 14 Street and Collins Avenue. After a confrontation with the victim, the suspect fires and strikes the victim multiple times and flees. … Click to Continue »