Retired Coast Guard commander Dennis Zecca admitted Monday morning in Miami federal court that he hired what he believed to be a hit man to kill one of the biggest realtors and developers in the Florida Keys.
In recent months, police have negotiated peaceful ends to a number of standoffs, most of them involving people with psychiatric issues, including two veterans.
The Miami Heat did something Friday some people thought might never happen. The team cut a check to Miami-Dade county for $257, 134. 12.
Jim pays tribute to Annette Eisenberg who recently passed away. Annette founded the Downtown Bay Forum with her husband years ago. The Downtown Bay Forum was where the city’s business and political leaders would converge each month for public discussions.
Just about anyone who’s been inside a cab in South Florida has a complaint of one form or another. In Miami-Dade there have been repeated attempts over the years to reform the industry and make it more consumer friendly. County commissioners just gave approval to a plan that would require cab drivers to accept credit cards, upgrade dress codes and the purchasse of new cars. But is that really the answer?
South Florida cab drivers are not only putting themselves and their passengers at risk, they are doing it for less than minimum wage.
Miami-Dade fire boats that used to answer emergency calls on the water, are idled and in dry dock for lack of money.
Dana Schwabenbauer recalls the final moments before the tragic accident that would take her brother’s life.
For the past 60 days, Geoff Cole has been in the Dade County Jail, held in contempt of court because Family Court Judge George Sarduy believes he either knows where his runaway 14-year-old daughter is staying or he can compel the child to come forward.
Jim sits down in-studio with Myriam Marquez, the new editor for El Nuevo Herald. Marquez was previously the editor of the Miami Herald’s editorial pages.