Hillary Rodham Clinton, in Miami on Friday, called on Congress to end the trade embargo the U.S. has imposed against Cuba for decades.
The National Urban League Conference opened in Fort Lauderdale on Thursday, with much of the day’s discussions focused on growing racial tensions across America and what’s being done about it.
Grace Plata, The owner of Grace Salon in Tamarac hopes a young man is caught and changes his ways; learns you can get the things you want in life without stealing them from a helpless child.
A South Florida teen accused of stabbing a classmate at Killian Senior High School earlier this year has taken a plea deal from the state.
Tears flowed in a downtown Miami law office Monday as a family pleaded for the public’s help in catching the driver in a fatal hit and run.
Miami city commissioners were fuming on Thursday after they say they were blindsided by news Friday that Mayor Tomas Regalado and David Beckham, one of the hottest personalities on the planet, had agreed to Beckham’s group building a Major League Soccer stadium in Miami on mostly city-owned land next to Marlins Park on the old Orange Bowl site.
Business, government and civic leaders gathered on Watson Island Wednesday and some of the talk was of Cuba. Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez focused not so much on newly raised flags in Washington – as he did our beaches. They have eroded terribly, and Gimenez is pushng a $40 million sand re-nourishment plan to keep Cuba’s luscious beaches from eroding our tourist base.
A man was arrested Tuesday, accused of shooting his tenant during a not-so-smooth eviction process.
A new chapter has begun in the history books as the U.S. and Cuba restore diplomatic relations. At the stroke of midnight on Monday, the American special interest office in Havana and the Cuban special interest office in Washington D.C. became embassies.
Federal officials suspended the license of a local blood bank after an inspection revealed a series of violations that could “constitute a danger to health.”