In a touching ceremony, the FBI and the General Services Administration officially named and dedicated their new headquarters to two fallen special agents who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Lawmakers gave final approval Thursday to legislation aimed at rolling back testing for public school students in Florida, even as critics argued the wide-ranging measure doesn’t go far enough to ease the burdens of high-stakes exams.
In light of the recent outbreak of measles, Congresswoman Frederica Wilson said she plans to file a legislation which would require all students who attend public schools to get vaccinated.
Miami-Dade School Board member Carlos Curbelo was the winner of a five-way GOP primary that included former U.S. Rep. David Rivera.
Are you ready for hurricane season? It’s right around the corner and South Florida officials are urging residents to prepare.
The 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project hosted its 21st Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity Scholarship Breakfast Monday.
There’s positive economic news for Port Everglades. The Port is expanding as part of a project to help ports around the country accommodate vessels after the Panama Canal is widened in 2015.
Congresswoman Frederica Wilson plans to meet with members of the Dream Defenders and state lawmakers to discuss the ‘stand your ground’ law.
A last minute plea to U.S. Congresswoman Frederica Wilson has stopped a father of four from being deported – at least for the time being.
Miami’s Haitian community is marking the third anniversary of a catastrophic earthquake in their Caribbean homeland. The continued disruption of Haitian life by the Jan. 12, 2010, quake that struck their capital has not faded from the memory of local elected officials, either.