A month after contaminated soil was found at a sixth Miami park, the bill for cleaning up the parks is looking to be in the millions.
The discovery of high levels of arsenic in soil in two Coconut Grove parks has forced officials to close one of them, as well as prompt the testing of soil in all Miami parks. We focus on the problem, what’s next and where we go from here.
More than a dozen new Miami police officers will soon be hitting the streets. The 13 officers were sworn in Monday at the City of Miami Police College.
For the second time this month, the City of Miami is forced to close a popular park after small sample tests find poisonous materials in the soil.
A man accused of stalking Miami Commissioner Marc Sarnoff was found guilty on all counts by a jury on Wednesday.
The big debate over what to do with Miami’s homeless population is on. The political debate pits the Miami City Commission against county’s Homeless Trust over what should be done with people who live on the streets of downtown Miami.
City of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado and Commissioner Marc Sarnoff have joined forces to sue the Florida Department of Transportation over the proposed design of a downtown bridge.
A 23-year-old man who recently moved into a $2.5 million mansion using an obscure real estate law is in good company: a $4.6 million oceanfront mansion is among other foreclosed properties to risk being taken over by squatters.
City of Miami commissioners said Thursday that they will not block the organizers of Ultra Music Festival to extend the hugely popular event to another weekend.
The Miami Commission will be getting a new Chairman and Vice-Chair in the new year.