(Source: Mark Sorenson, former House member from district 120

Keys Politico Sorenson Dead At 77

Mark Sorensen, former State Representative, Mayor of the Florida Keys and long time Monroe County Commissioner, died with his family by his side Friday, He was 77 years old.



Kindness Overtakes Sweetwater Gas Station

Driving through the mean streets of South Florida, kindness can be tough to find. But drivers in Sweetwater caught a “kind” break Monday that helped them return to the road in a much better mood.


(Source: TIM SLOAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Hollywood OKs Free Downtown Street Parking

Businesses and commuters in Hollywood are rejoicing after a decision on public parking.


NBA Lockout

NBA Negotiations Hit Critical Phase

The 2011-2012 NBA season may hang in the balance when labor talks resume Friday in New York.


Miami Commissioner Marc Sarnoff   (Source: City Of Miami)

Sarnoff Seeks Support For Squatter Bill

A Miami commissioner is asking for the public’s help in supporting a bill which would make it easier for law enforcement to kick-out those who make themselves at home in abandoned homes.


Tamarac City Hall (Source: City of Tamarac)

Tamarac Announces New Commissioner

Of 11 resident applicants, the City of Tamarac has chosen a commissioner to fill the position’s vacant seat.


Alina Hudak

County Government’s New Top Manager Largely Unknown

In one of his final acts as mayor, Carlos Alvarez made history Wednesday, appointing the first woman ever to serve as county manager


2012 U.S. Budget

Obama Budget Blues Hit Port Of Miami

President Obama shook up South Florida leaders when his federal budget blueprint came out Monday and did not include money for a dredge project for the Port of Miami.


Miami-Dade Commissioner Natacha Seijas

Judge Postpones Ruling On Seijas Recall Battle

Lawyers fought to a draw Monday in the recall battle involving Miami-Dade commissioner Natacha Seijas.


City of Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito and Mayor Tomas Regalado durring a press conference in April of 2010 (Photo Credit: Miami Herald).

Exposito Keeps His Job, For Now

Miami City Hall is again the backdrop to a battle that’s brewing between Miami mayor Tomas Regalado and Miami Police chief Miguel Exposito.