Mayor: Please No Celebratory Gunfire On July 4thFourth of July is all about barbecues, picnics, family time and of course fireworks. It is not the time, however, to bring out a gun and fire it in the air to celebrate.
Georgia Ayers, Activist & Founder Of Alternative Program, Dies At 86Georgia Ayers, a well-known activist in Miami’s African-American community has passed away.
Miami-Dade Commission Takes Tilt To Left, Names First-Ever Haitian-American ChairDaniella Levine Cava formally joined the Miami-Dade County Commission Monday after defeating incumbent Linda Bell in the August primary.
Miami-Dade Commission Passed New Pool Safety RegulationsMiami-Dade commissioners are expected to give final approval Tuesday to pool safety regulations that could save lives.
Miami-Dade Commission Set To Pass New Pool Safety RegulationsMiami-Dade commissioners are expected to give final approval Tuesday to pool safety regulations that could save lives.
Miami-Dade Boot Camp Graduation Marks ReinstatementMonths of uncertainty plagued Florida’s only rehabilitation boot camp. The impression was the camp would close because the city wanted to cut its $4 million budget to save cash.
Exclusive: Broward Moves for Better Pool Safety LawsBroward County joined Miami-Dade on Wednesday in an effort to mandate new pools carry low voltage power.
Boot Camp Program Saved, Funding Restored For months the Miami Dade County boot camp has faced an uncertain future as Mayor Carlos Gimenez recommended its closure as a way of saving money. But late Monday, Gimenez sent a memo to county commissioners saying he was restoring the boot camp's $3.5 million budget.
Miami-Dade Passes Preliminary Vote On Transgender Protection A transgender protection ordinance won a preliminary vote on Tuesday in Miami-Dade.
Miami-Dade Development Committee Passes Pool Safety Ordinance A Miami-Dade County Committee will review a law Thursday being proposed to mandate all new pools must have low voltage lights.
No Celebratory Gunfire This Fourth of JulyFourth of July is all about barbecues, picnics, family time and of course fireworks. It is not the time, however, to bring out a gun and fire it in the air to celebrate.
CBS4 Investigation Leads To Miami-Dade Unanimously Passing New LawThe Miami-Dade commission introduced an Tuesday ordinance intended to reduce the number pool deaths by electrocution.