A year-long Miami Herald investigation looks at Florida’s for-profit college industry. The industry is a marketing juggernaut and political powerhouse. But many former students say they took out massive student loans for degrees that didn’t lead to jobs. Some former employees say their schools deceived students or committed outright fraud. The series, by Herald reporter Mike Vasquez, begins appearing in Sunday’s Miami Herald.
Miami Beach’s streets may look a bit different in the early morning hours, if a newly proposed prohibition takes effect.
The 15-year old son of the Canadian Consul General is under arrest for his alleged involvement in a drug deal that ended in gunfire.
With gambling, guns, booze and tax cuts on the legislative agenda, the Children’s Movement of Florida is pushing for child welfare improvements, a topic that gets little attention.
After prosecutors decided not to charge officers involved in a deadly shooting on Memorial Day Weekend in 2011, newly-released surveillance video shows the chaotic scene that unfolded on South Beach.
A Miami elementary school teacher is under arrest Friday night for allegedly attacking a student during class.
A lesson in not only spelling, but also poise, hundreds of students are set to participate Tuesday in the annual Broward Herald Spelling Bee.
The ringleader of a Major League Baseball steroid scandal is facing judgment day on Tuesday.
Jeb Bush was preparing to release the emails he sent and received as Florida governor when he was excoriated by a letter-writer to The Miami Herald.
The Miami Marlins are reportedly hosting the 2017 Major League All-Star game.