City of Miami
The Miami Police Department wants your guns. In efforts to reduce gun violence, Miami police will hold its first 2013 gun buyback operation of the year this weekend.
The Miami Police Department wants your guns. In efforts to reduce gun violence, Miami police will hold its first 2013 gun buyback operation of the year.
An agreement reached Tuesday would be a win-win situation for both the city of Miami and its police officers.
Miami’s city manager officially declared a financial urgency Friday afternoon, which will give the city commission the power to cut into the unions, despite what their contracts say.
The SEC has launched an investigation into whether the City of Miami misled bond investors. This puts the city inches from financial disaster, a downgraded credit rating for the second year in a row.
The City of Miami is under fire from the Securities and Exchange Commission which claims it misled investors in millions of dollars in bonds about its financial health.
Police are looking for two people who attacked an 88-year-old doctor in front of her office before stealing her car.
A Coconut Grove landmark is in danger of being shutdown. Scotty’s Landing, which has served burgers and beers to locals and tourists for more than two decades, may be replaced.
An alleged armed robber is in stable condition at the hospital after Miami Police say they were forced to shoot him.
Miami Police are looking for two men they say severely beat and robbed a man for his PIN number, then used his card to withdrawal cash at a nearby convenience store.