Barbara Jordan

Local Church Holds Service To Remember Massacre VictimsA tragedy hundreds of miles away brought members of a Northwest Miami-Dade congregation together in prayer for the nine lives lost in a senseless act of violence at a church in South Carolina.
Georgia Ayers, Activist & Founder Of Alternative Program, Dies At 86Georgia Ayers, a well-known activist in Miami’s African-American community has passed away.
Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport Getting New Name Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport will soon be getting a name change.
Miami-Dade Considers Supporting Fins Tax PlanIt's a well-known issue: tax-funded sports stadiums in Miami. Now it's back on the Miami-Dade County Commission’s agenda.
M-D Commissioner Proposes Six Gun-Control MeasuresSix gun-control proposals were sent to the Florida Legislature at Tuesday's board meeting.
Miami-Dade Mayor, Commissioners Sworn In TuesdayMiami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez was officially sworn in to his first full term in office Tuesday morning.
Miami-Dade Mayor, Commissioners To Be Sworn In TuesdayOn Tuesday morning, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez will officially begin his first full term, when he will be sworn in following his August electoral win.
Health Dept Tours Recycling Plant As Cancer Cluster Concern GrowsIs the King Metal Recycling Plant exposing nearby residents to cancer? That’s what county inspectors and County Commissioners Jean Monestime and Barbara Jordan are trying to determine.
JMH Board Puts Privatization Proposal On HoldSpeakers from all over the county lined up Thursday to urge Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Finance Recovery Board to vote against privatizing the facility’s emergency room services and the Roxcy Bolton Rape Treatment Center.
Facing South Florida: Will JMH go Private? Miami-Dade Commissioner Barbara Jordan and Martha Baker, President of SEIU Healthcare Florida Local 1991 join Jim DeFede to share their thoughts on the possibility of JMH's ER going private.
Braman Backed Candidate Loses Big In Tuesday ElectionBillionaire Norman Braman has flexed his considerable political muscle in recent years trying to shape Miami-Dade County politics. But Tuesday night, almost all of the candidates he supported came up short.
Braman Candidates Come Up Short In Miami-Dade Commission RacesAs the dust settles on Miami-Dade County's primary, one thing became clear: all of Norman Braman's preferred candidates lost.