A Miami judge had been planning to send a toddler found wandering alone outside a Little Havana apartment with weapons inside to live with her mother, against the advice of the Department of Children and Families. But, after a positive urine drug test, the case is back up in the air.
A Little Havana father was arrested after police found a small arsenal in his apartment and his three year old daughter wandering the hallways of the apartment building.
The City of Miami is under the microscope again with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
On Saturday, thousands of South Floridians marched to “Say Yes” to a new immigration system, one that proponents tout as a real and inclusive path to citizenship for 11 million aspiring Americans.
Tenants at a local condo complex have until Monday to move out. The city cites crumbling floors as the main reason. But Hardy Fuller and other residents have been dealing with more than unsafe floors.
A wife, brother, and sister struggled through their grief at a Tuesday afternoon news conference, pleading for help in finding the killer of a hard-working career carpenter.
The daughter-in-law of an 86-year-old grandfather who was killed after two young people were speeding and driving aggressively on Southwest 8th Street is speaking out, saying “he wanted to do things and now it’s been taken away.”
The trial against Dennis Escobar took more twists and turns Monday as he rejected a plea deal he was expected to take.
With more than a year and a half to go until the 2014 Florida gubernatorial election, Governor Rick Scott appeared to be in full re-election campaign mode as he dropped in on a senior citizens center Wednesday in Miami’s Little Havana section. Ironically, the center and others like it, was among programs the governor and legislature took the budget axe to in 2011 and 2012.
Miami’s annual Three Kings Parade will result in several road closures. The parade will begin at noon p.m. and last until around 4 p.m.