Mario Chalmers is used to hearing cheers from the home crowd—but the cheers heard at the YMCA in South Dade is a whole different feeling for the Heat player.
America is blessed with an abundance of natural wonders, from pristine lakes and mighty rivers to natural sandstone arches and snow-capped mountains.
An Alaska man, along with his sailboat, has gone missing in the Keys.
While the Republican National Convention in Tampa will be full of conservative heavyweights, one notable former GOP star will not have a speaking role at the convention.
Miami rap star Pitbull is expanding his horizons and bringing his act to Kodiak, Alaska.
And you thought we had issues with our politicians here in South Florida? How about one who will only drink water out of wineglasses with a touch of catnip added?
The Department of Children and Families gets a bad rap for the way it manages everything from foster care to adoptions, so its only fair they get credit for a good thing, and the feds say Florida is tops in managing Food Stamps.
Former Miami Heat star Glen Rice was the first superstar player for the Heat in the late 1980’s. But, it’s an alleged claim from Rice’s playing days in college that has put him at the center of the political world.
A lot of talk about the tragedy in Tucson was focused on the speeches given Wednesday by Governor Sarah Palin and President Barack Obama.
The publisher of Sarah Palin’s forthcoming book filed a lawsuit against Gawker Media on Friday for leaking pages of “America By Heart: Reflections on Family, Faith and Flag” before its release next week.