Study: Miami Salaries Out Of Sync With High Housing, Transportation CostsA new study reveals moderate-income Miamians are living a hard-knock life.
The YoungArts Foundation's New Home: The Bacardi TowerThe National YoungArts Foundation finally has a permanent place to focus on helping emerging artists and musicians achieve their dreams.
New Bus Service Links West Broward With Downtown MiamiWould you like to relax on your morning commute to Miami? For west Broward residents, it will be possible beginning Monday.
Victim In Truck Stop Robbery Gone Horribly Wrong DiesA 28-year-old Plantation woman declared brain dead following a truck-stop robbery last week died Friday night.
To Battle Crime, Hollywood Offers OT To OfficersAt a recent community meeting, Hollywood residents told city leaders and police brass they did not feel safe in their homes.
Police Looking For Tenants After Marijuana Grow House ExplosionA southwest Miami-Dade home with five people inside was the scene of an explosion late Saturday morning.
Nonprofit Group Gives Top Scores To 11 S. Florida HospitalsThe Joint Commission, a nonprofit group that accredits the nation's hospitals, gave top scores to 11 in South Florida. Five of those 11 were part of the HCA chain.
$50M Performing Arts Center Makeover To Spoil ConcertgoersThe Broward Center For The Performing Arts is getting a $50 million makeover, and concertgoers will benefit big time.
Former N. Miami Beach Mayor Arrested On Fraud ChargesA former North Miami Beach mayor was arrested Thursday on allegations he failed to accurately report advertising costs related to his failed 2011 reelection bid.
Program Offers Broward Students Gov't InternshipHigh school students with an interest in political science have an opportunity to serve a two-year term exploring the inner workings of municipal government.
City's Cash Crunch Put $68M Park Out To Pasture The city of Miami planted the seeds four years ago for the park portion of the $68 million Museum Park project. However, a cash crunch has changed all that.