Congresswoman Frederica Wilson
Hundreds of Miami-Dade role model students were greeted at Marlins Park by their mentors and law enforcement officials, welcoming them to a life changing event on Friday.
The Miami-Dade Police Department has received a federal grant to help them clean up their crime ridden Northside District.
The coastal effects of climate change will be the focus of a U.S. Senate subcommittee hearing on Miami Beach.
It’s the first church erected and paid for by Miami’s Haitian community and on Saturday it will be celebrated through a dedication mass.
It’s been two days since George Zimmerman’s trial ended but already civil rights leaders are demanding a new trial.
The case of Dontrell Melvin, the Hallandale Beach child who went missing 18 months ago, has brought new attention and criticism to the Department of Children and Families(DCF), Florida’s child welfare agency.
The bill to avert some of the fiscal cliff finally passed the House of Representatives late Tuesday night and did so with a largely bipartisan vote, especially from the Florida Congressional delegation.
At a memorial in Newtown, Connecticut Sunday night, President Barack Obama pledged to take on America’s gun violence saying “enough is enough.”
Congresswoman Frederica Wilson picked up a key endorsement in her bid to reclaim her seat as the representative from Florida’s 24th congressional district.
With Miami’s unemployment rate still in the double digits, Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado, Commissioner Richard Dunn III and Congresswoman Frederica Wilson have launched an initiative to get many in their communities back to work.