Senator Marco Rubio is offering his assistance to the family of Christian Aguilar, who’s been missing for weeks in Gainesville, as two of Aguilar’s family members are having difficulty leaving Colombia to join the family in the U.S.
Griselda Blanco had quite a few nicknames: the godmother, the queen of cocaine, the black widow. Regardless of what she went by she left a lasting impression on South Florida’s history.
The woman known as “The Godmother of Cocaine” during Miami’s “cocaine cowboys” era of the 70s and 80s, has been murdered.
Slick, but not slick enough: a Tamarac man has been indicted on a charge of selling $800,000 in counterfeit U.S. dollars.
Passengers on board a Colombian bound flight returned to Miami International Airport after a bird flew into one of the jet’s propellers.
Spirit Airlines has never missed on an opportunity to take advantage of a major news event or embarrassing situation and use it in an advertisement. But the Colombian government has taken offense with Spirit’s latest ad.
Five U.S. service members assigned to the Joint Task Force Summit of the Americas in support of the United States Secret Service violated curfew established by the U.S. Senior Defense official in Colombia and may have been involved in inappropriate conduct.
A quick protest started Friday morning outside North Miami Senior High School on behalf of the school valedictorian, Daniela Palaez, who has been ordered by a judge to leave the country later this month.
A judge has ordered a top student at North Miami Senior High School to leave the country later this month.
An alarming study is out on the fifty most murderous cities in the world. It’s especially scary if you’re among the many South Floridians who are from or travel to Latin America.