Cars were left at home Thursday morning and many people rode their bikes to work in the name of health.
Seven weeks to the day since the troubled healthcare.gov website was launched, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was in Miami, meeting with so-called “navigators” who are helping the public get signed up for coverage.
A Miami Shores couple is taking the city to court over veggies. For 17 years they grew vegetables in their front yard. But last May, Miami Shores’ Code Enforcement officers inspected Hermine Ricketts and husband Tom Carroll’s property and informed them that they were breaking the law by having a vegetable garden in front of their home.
A Miami Shores teen and his mother won’t face criminal charges in the death of a man who was trying to steal a WaveRunner from behind their waterfront home in May 2011.
The Mayor of Coral Gables won reelection Tuesday to a second two-year term.
State Representative Daphne Campbell is under federal investigation.
The family of a young man who was shot to death on the dock behind a Miami Shores home when he reportedly tried to steal a WaveRunner has filed a suit against the teen who allegedly pulled the trigger and his family.
Twenty four days after a 14 year-old boy shot and killed a suspected thief in the backyard of the family’s Miami Shores home, prosecutors have reached no decision on whether the killing was justified – and felony murder charges against the dead man’s alleged accomplice have been dropped.
A woman charged with murder in the shooting death of her boyfriend while the pair allegedly attempted to steal a personal watercraft has had her charges reduced, according to CBS4 news partners The Miami Herald.
Three times a day 90-year-old Emory Lang does what he loves. He hits the water on his 28 pound fiberglass rowing shell and rows for at least an hour in Miami Beach, and he said he does it to keep fit.