Rep. Ros-Lehtinen's Transgendered Son To Be Honored By SAVEThe transgender son of U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen will be honored Friday by the LGBT-rights group SAVE.
Dozens of Same-Sex Couples Renew Vows In Miami BeachDozens of same-sex couples renewed their vows at a free ceremony in Miami Beach Tuesday night.
Miami-Dade Passes Preliminary Vote On Transgender Protection A transgender protection ordinance won a preliminary vote on Tuesday in Miami-Dade.
Top Five Free Date Ideas In MiamiDating and love don't have to cost a fortune, especially when Miami has so many fun free things to do.
Fla. Couples Sue To Force State To Recognize Same-Sex Marriages Performed In Other StatesThe American Civil Liberties Union filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday on behalf of eight same-sex couples that seeks to force the state of Florida to recognize the couples’ marriages performed in other states and recognized by the federal government.
Revamped Attempt To Scrub Voter Rolls To Get Underway The state will soon begin forwarding the names of suspected non-citizens on the voter rolls to local elections officials, formally kicking off the second version of Gov. Rick Scott's controversial scrubbing program.
Buying Store Brands Is The New Way To Save The economic downturn in recent years has forced many of us to cut back on spending. Research, however, shows Americans realize cutting back and saving money does not mean giving up luxury or settling for lesser quality items.
Marlins' Woes ContinueThe situation for the Miami Marlins continues to go from bad to worse in the team’s second season in Marlins Park. The Marlins have won just twice all season and now will lose one of the team’s key pieces in the infield.
Facebook Boosts Efforts On IDing Suicidal UsersIn the wake of tech activist Aaron Swartz taking his life earlier this month, there has been a lot of discussion about how to get suicidal people help before it's too late.
Gov. Scott, Election Officials Spar Over Ineligible VotersGov. Rick Scott and Florida’s 67 election supervisors are at odds over removing ineligible voters from registration rolls.
Election Supervisors Cautious About Using SAVE DataAfter winning access to a U.S. Department of Homeland Security database of non-citizens living in Florida, Gov. Rick Scott said he sees no reason why the state's 67 elections supervisors shouldn't return to removing ineligible voters from the rolls.
Boca Officer Rescue’s Woman From Burning SUVA South Florida police officer is making national headlines for risking his own life to save a woman from a burning car, and the entire rescue was caught on camera.