Vice President Joe Biden drew cheers from many of the 2,000 graduating students from Miami-Dade College and their parents when he called for immigration reform and said that could increase the Gross Domestic Product for the U.S. economy by
5.4% over the next 20 years.
Some looks for a big night out just won’t do without an updo.
Residents and drivers in southern Miami-Dade may get a whiff of smoke in the air on Tuesday. Not to worry.
One man is facing aggravated battery charges after dispute over an auto repair bill escalated into violence.
The sense of loss has not changed for Jeanette Pata. Seven years ago, she rushed to her son’s Kendall apartment to find out he had been shot to death in the parking lot. On the anniversary of Bryan Pata’s death, she feels the case has gone cold.
Miami-Dade Police are hoping a new composite sketch that they are releasing will lead to the capture of the three police impersonators who abducted a Southwest Miami-Dade man last Friday and left him handcuffed on the side of the Palmetto Expressway.
Police have released and identified the man found walking along State Road 826 with his hands cuffed claiming he was kidnapped by police impersonators.
Attorneys for a Kendall man accused of killing his wife want a judge to let him out of jail on bail.
Residents of southwest Miami-Dade are saying ‘rain, rain, go away’ after getting soaked on Wednesday. The National Weather Service said Miami received five and half inches of rain which set a record for the day. The old record was about three inches set back in 1936.
Flooding plagued parts of South Florida Wednesday after record rains left areas of Southwest Miami-Dade soaked.