C-H-E-A-T-E-R? Organizers say that word spelled the fate of one of the top young Scrabble players in the country Tuesday.
The voice sounded remarkably calm and steady describing the horrific attack by the so-called Causeway Cannibal Rudy Eugene.
Miami-Dade has a new Metromover station, sort of. It’s not actually a new station but a station which was renamed Wednesday to honor the county’s first African-American judge.
Following a Christmas melee in the main street area of Miami Lakes, the mayor is speaking out to assure residents that the city is safe and explaining why there is now a curfew in effect for all teenagers.
The Perfecting Music Conference brings together a job and career fair, a health and wellness fair, and workshops on music and ministry. It takes place on November 18 and 19.
The Seminole Tribe of Florida confirmed Thursday what those following the gaming debate already knew – it will fight efforts to expand non-tribal gaming outside of South Florida.
A Fort Lauderdale man was handcuffed and taken away from his divorce hearing by BSO deputies after allegedly assaulting his soon-to-be-ex-wife in judge’s chambers Friday.
A teenager who admitted to fatally stabbing his 62 year old neighbor more than 100 times and stole just $34 will spend the next three decades in jail under a plea deal made with prosecutors.
Ten-year-old Travis McNeil Jr. wiped away tears Sunday as a church full of people prayed for the father he lost at the hands of Miami Police.
Volunteering as a mentor is important to Judge Abby Cynamon, because she credits her mentors with changing her life.