Comm. Sarnoff Stalker Guilty On All CountsA man accused of stalking Miami Commissioner Marc Sarnoff was found guilty on all counts by a jury on Wednesday.
Debate Over Downtown Miami's Homeless PopulationThe big debate over what to do with Miami's homeless population is on. The political debate pits the Miami City Commission against county’s Homeless Trust over what should be done with people who live on the streets of downtown Miami.
Miami Officials Sue FDOT Over Bridge Design City of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado and Commissioner Marc Sarnoff have joined forces to sue the Florida Department of Transportation over the proposed design of a downtown bridge.
More Squatters Moving Into Mega MansionsA 23-year-old man who recently moved into a $2.5 million mansion using an obscure real estate law is in good company: a $4.6 million oceanfront mansion is among other foreclosed properties to risk being taken over by squatters.
Miami Commissioners Approve Ultra Fest's 2nd Weekend Request For 2013City of Miami commissioners said Thursday that they will not block the organizers of Ultra Music Festival to extend the hugely popular event to another weekend.
Sarnoff Appointed New Commission Chair The Miami Commission will be getting a new Chairman and Vice-Chair in the new year.
Facing South Florida: Miami Marlins Fire Sale Facing South Florida has the latest on the Marlins Debacle. Jim DeFede discusses the fire sale with Commissioner Marc Sarnoff , Jim Berry and even Billy the Marlin.
Miami Commissioners Slam Managers Over Budget SurpriseCommissioners were steaming, less than a day after learning that Miami finished the fiscal year with a budget surplus of some $45 million. That's a figure nearly six times what managers had previously reported.
Car-Sharing Service Expands To Include Miami-DadeDo you want to save gas money or simply need a ride? Car-sharing service Zipcar is expanding its program to include the areas of Miami-Dade County.
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.
"Burn Notice" To Stay In Coconut Grove, For NowThe hit USA spy thriller “Burn Notice” will continue to film in Coconut Grove for at least one more year.
"Burn Notice" Eviction Negotiations Head To Sarnoff, ProducersThe hit USA spy thriller “Burn Notice” got a slight reprieve Thursday in an eviction battle with the City of Miami.
City Leaders React to CBS4 Report on Marlins BallparkA 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.
Eliott's Insight: Major League Change of Mind for Sarnoff
Sarnoff, Gort Both Hold Onto Miami Commission SeatsAfter all the votes were counted, Miami commissioners Wilfredo “Willy” Gort and Marc Sarnoff kept their seats in Tuesday’s General Election.