Miami-Dade Mayor Explains Tennis Tournament Move To Hard Rock Stadium"He is, in my opinion, one of the most unreasonable people I've ever met in my life," Gimenez said of Bruce Matheson.
Miami-Dade Mayor Helps Deliver Bags Of Ice To 'Hot Spots'Mayor Carlos Gimenez helped deliver bags of ice to residents of some Miami apartment buildings who have been without power since Saturday.
700K Residents Under Evacuation Orders In Miami-Dade CountyMore than half a million Miami-Dade County residents are under evacuation orders as Hurricane Irma comes to closer to Florida.
Dade Parking Garages Open To Public As Irma ApproachesMiami-Dade County has opened parking lots for residents to leave their cars protected during Hurricane Irma.
Miami-Dade Issues Mandatory Evacuation Order For Coastal CitiesMiami-Dade County has issued mandatory evacuation orders for coastal cities ahead of Hurricane Irma.
Miami-Dade Schools Closed Thursday & Friday, Evacuations ExpectedMiami-Dade County has declared a local state of emergency ahead of category-5 Hurricane Irma and is starting evacuating zones as soon as Wednesday.
Miami-Dade Mayor Announces Proposed Budget For 2017-18Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez announced the proposed budget for the 2017 to 2018 fiscal year on Tuesday.
Creators Of 'Moonlight' Receive Local Honor, Street RenamingThe creators of the Oscar Award Winning film Moonlight received a special honor this weekend.
Mayor Touts PortMiami's Financial ImpactFrom the bustle of importing and exporting of cargo to cruise lines setting sail for the Caribbean and beyond, there's no doubt that PortMiami is one busy port.
Extended Immigrant Hold Ruled Unconstitutional But Fight Far From OverAlthough a Miami-Dade judge ruled Friday that county holds of arrested immigrants for ICE is unconstitutional, the debate is far from over.
Miami-Dade Mayor Says Immigration Holds 'Overblown'Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez says the illegal immigrant detention issue has been "way overblown."
Miami-Dade Bucking Trend By Not Defying Immigration CrackdownMiami-Dade County commissioners voted Friday to uphold their Cuban-born mayor's order to cooperate with federal immigration officials, drawing shouts of "shame on you" from those hoping to make their community a sanctuary city.