The show must go on according to Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez, who said the county will not cancel the upcoming concert of the controversial Cuban musical group Buena Fe.
Planning on stopping to get fast-food for breakfast tomorrow morning? You may encounter some delays as a group of workers are planning on walking off their jobs.
Miami Police officers plan to stage a demonstration outside Thursday’s city commission meeting, and if they want to go inside commission chambers, they’ll have to go gun-free.
A rally for Venezuela took place in Doral Saturday afternoon.
Some local Venezuelans say it’s extremely difficult to watch the recent images of protests-gone-violent pouring out of their native country.
South Florida Venezuelans rallied Tuesday, protesting for the ouster of Venezuela’s president Nicolas Maduro.
Controversy may be brewing at the Florida Capitol thanks to a new holiday display set to go up this week.
Miami Walmart workers plan to join thousands of their colleagues nationwide for a Black Friday protest demanding what they claim is a living wage.
The protest of the George Zimmerman verdict at the Florida Capitol cost the taxpayers of Florida approximately $173,000 in overtime expenses for security.
Gov. Rick Scott reiterates that he will not call a special legislative session to address the controversial “stand your ground” law but sends his Department of Juvenile Justice secretary to speak with protesters who have been camped out in the Capitol for six days.