Former Miami-Dade mayor Carlos Alvarez doesn’t have to worry about the city’s budget anymore because he’s all about bodybuilding these days.
At one time he was one of the most powerful men in Miami-Dade County.
In June, 2011 Carlos Gimenez swept to the office of Miami-Dade Mayor on a wave of voter anger and backlash.
When Josh Johnson throws out the first pitch of the first inning at Marlins Park Wednesday night, it will be the culmination of years of political wrangling and infighting with a brand new stadium, logo, and team.
The Miami Marlins President has been in hot water since an article surfaced this week quoting him saying “We’re not the smartest people in Miami,” a quote he adamantly denied.
Looking toward this Novembers General Election, Miami-Dade Commission Chairman Joe Martinez has officially thrown his hat in the ring to run for the Mayor’s job.
A new poll of voters likely to take part in the January 31st primary shows a plan to raise the pay of Miami-Dade commissioners by tying it to term limits may be in trouble, with supporters and opponents in a virtual dead heat.
A look back at the headline grabbing stories that filled 2011 in South Florida.
A 30-year-old woman accused of injuring an officer and then leaving the scene of the accident will spend the next 30 days in jail thanks to a plea agreement her attorney reached with state prosecutors.
A new poll conducted by CBS4 news partner The Miami Herald and released Sunday shows former Miami-Dade commissioner Carlos Gimenez with a commanding lead in the race to become Miami-Dade’s next mayor, drawing a sharp blast from the man who beat him in the primary election, former Hialeah mayor Julio Robaina.