Beckham's MLS Plans For Little Havana Hit Another SnagSoccer star David Beckham's plans to bring Major League Soccer to Miami have hit another snag, as his group's latest proposal to build a stadium next to Marlins Park baseball stadium appears to be in serious jeopardy.
Beckham Group One Step Closer To Miami Soccer StadiumThe finishing touches on a deal to build a soccer stadium in Little Havana may have been agreed upon in South Beach Thursday night.
Liberty Square Activists Question Developer Selection ProcessTrust is not easily given in Liberty Square.
Mayor Taps Elections Employee To Be New SupervisorLongtime Miami-Dade Elections Department employee Christina White has been selected to take over when current elections supervisor Penelope Townsley retires next year.
DOJ Awards $1 Million To MDPD For Body Camera PurchasesThe program to outfit Miami-Dade Police Department officers with body-worn cameras has received a huge boost from the Department of Justice.
State's High Court Declines To Hear Police Labor DisputeThe Florida Supreme Court has decided against hearing an appeal by Miami-Dade County in a legal battle with a police union about allegations of unfair labor practices.
Beckham Chooses Orange Bowl Site For MLS StadiumSoccer star David Beckham picked the Orange Bowl site as the next spot for a possible Major League Soccer stadium in South Florida.
Memo Outlines MDPD Policy On Pot PenaltiesMiami-Dade Police issued a memo outlining their rules on civil citations for those caught with pot.
Dade Commissioners Approve Pot Possession Penalty ReductionShould possessing a small amount of pot land a person in jail? Miami-Dade Commissioners said no on Tuesday.
Miami-Dade Commission Approves Body Cams For CopsMiami-Dade police officers are closer to getting outfitted with body cameras.
Miami-Dade Labor Dispute Goes To State Supreme CourtA Miami-Dade County has asked the state's highest court to take up a dispute between it and the County Police Benevolent Association which says the county committed an unfair labor practice.
Miami-Dade Going High-Tech With App To Make Streets SaferMiami-Dade is going high-tech in hopes of making the county's streets safer.