Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado and his daughter Raquel have been fined $10,000 for sloppy book keeping work during his 2009 run for office.
The Miami Marlins can’t “play ball” without a field but that all changed Thursday when crews began rolling out the playing field for Miami’s new Major League Baseball park.
Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado has been fined a thousand dollars by the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust for failing to disclose his Coral Way home and its belongings on financial disclosure forms.
Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado could face penalties over irregularities in his 2009 campaign finance reports, but there’s no evidence of a crime.
Miami’s new top cop, Manuel Orosa, will be sworn into office on Monday but it’ll be more of a ceremonial affair.
The city of Miami has a new police chief, but they won’t have to change the name on the door. One day earlier than expected, Miami City Manager Johnny Martinez made his pick to replace fired chief Miguel Exposito, and his choice was the man who stepped in when Exposito left, acting chief Manuel Orosa.
A day after CBS4 News revealed that an inspector on the new Marlins ballpark falsified records concerning critical welds supporting the retractable roof, city officials announced plans to increase their oversight of the project.
Miami’s interim police chief is shifting the department’s focus on how they will combat crime in Miami neighborhoods plagued by deadly shootings.
It’s no secret that big changes are on the way for the Florida Marlins come April, and now the team has changed the names of the streets surrounding their new ballpark, and that’s not all.
The City of Miami may have a new police chief, but taxpayers are still paying for the old one.