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Wednesday, around high noon, dozens of Miami Police officers lined up for riot training.
Activists and a grieving mother are demanding answers after Miami Police Officer Reynaldo Goyos is fired but not prosecuted after he shot and killed an unarmed 28-year-old man during a traffic stop two years ago.
Commissioners were steaming, less than a day after learning that Miami finished the fiscal year with a budget surplus of some $45 million. That’s a figure nearly six times what managers had previously reported.
LGBT employees working for the city of Coral Gables will now get the same benefits as straight employees.
An agreement reached Tuesday would be a win-win situation for both the city of Miami and its police officers.
Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado has bad news for city workers: the only way he may be able to fill a $23 million budget gap is by forcing them to take unpaid furlough days, according to CBS4 News partner The Miami Herald.
In at least one South Florida city, changing diapers will be less of a challenge for dads. Miami City Commissioners unanimously supported colleague Frank Carollo Thursday, agreeing in a 3-0 vote to spend $45 thousand on the installation of 165 baby changing stations.
Some Miami police officers are furious that a Florida state trooper took a Miami cop down at gunpoint and put him in handcuffs after a high speed chase through Broward County.
The budget battle is heating up for the City of Miami, and the city has an ultimatum for its unions: renegotiate contracts or face big cuts.
Miami City Manager Johnny Martinez declared a financial urgency late Monday afternoon. Martinez’s declaration is a sign that he wants to renegotiate the union contracts with the police and fire fighters.