Law enforcement officials laced up and ran in full uniform for a cause on Saturday.
In September, a brigade of citizen scientists combed through the Coral Gables golf course using smarts phones and iPads to detect the high-frequency calls of the rare Florida bonneted bat. The volunteers went home empty handed, until one morning a lone dog walker heard a call coming from a nearby house.
It was just a few years ago we were talking about Downtown Miami’s demise. Developers had overbuilt, the economy was tanking and more than 20,000 condos sat unsold. Today many of the condos still sit empty, but they are being sold at top dollar. The bizarre ups and downs of downtown real estate market are odd to say the least. What has happened around it is even stranger.
Miami-Dade Police and school police are investigating an attack on a eighth grade middle school student at a McDonald’s near Cutler Bay.
Florida Power & Light customers can now contribute money to help the company pay for solar-energy projects, thanks to an approved program.
In Miami’s Brickell neighborhood in March of last year, 52-year-old Ana Marie Mares had just left a sushi restaurant when she was struck and killed by a driver who kept on going.
Miami-Dade County has partnered with the Air Force Reserve to help reduce the infestation of mosquitoes in the area by aerial spraying.
One Heat fan got the White Hot Heat experience in his own Cutler Bay home.
The Democratic incumbent running in a hotly contested Congressional race is calling in a major political heavyweight.
Former embattled South Florida Congressman David Rivera, under investigation in a campaign financing scheme, has filed the necessary paperwork to run for the 26th Congressional District seat.