New MDPD Director Talks Major Issues From Gun Violence To Body CamsJuan Perez now holds one of the most important jobs in South Florida. As the new Miami-Dade Police Director, Perez is charged with protecting more than 2.5 million men, women and children.
Woman & Cop In Viral Video Have Checkered Driving HistoryMiami-Dade's mayor and newly sworn in police director have weighed in a viral video showing a county cop speeding on his way to work.
Dade's New Top Cop Sworn InMiami-Dade has a new top cop. On Tuesday, Juan Perez was sworn in by Mayor Carlos Gimenz and became the county's police director.
Dade Commissioners Okay Uber, Lyft RestrictionsThe future of Uber and other ride-sharing programs is being debated in county hall.
Dade Commission To Discuss New Restrictions On Uber This WeekThe future of ride services like Uber and Lyft could be decided in Miami-Dade this week. Wednesday morning, county commissioners will meet to discuss, and possible vote on, new restrictions on ride sharing companies.
Overtown Holds Beckham Soccer Stadium Town HallPlans for an Overtown soccer stadium will be discussed during the project's first public meeting at a town hall Thursday.
Express Trains Now Run To Downtown Miami, BrickellMiami-Dade Transit kicked off a new pilot program Monday which offers express Metrorail train service to and from Brickell and downtown Miami.
Beckham Announces Soccer Stadium Deal In OvertownDavid Beckham has scored a new site to build his soccer stadium in Miami's historic Overtown district.
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.