Philip Levine Targets Rival Jeff Greene In New Attack AdsSignaling a change of strategies, former Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine is now attacking his Democratic rival, billionaire developer Jeff Greene, in their fight to be their party’s nominee for governor.
President Obama Stops Into South FloridaPresident Barack Obama is in South Florida for fundraising and to tackle the topic of Hurricane preparedness.
Approved: Miami Beach Ban On Alcohol Sales After 2 A.M.Miami Beach commissioners have approved a ban on selling alcohol past 2 a.m.
Miami Beach Mayor, Commission Remember Those Killed In Paris AttacksMiami Beach Mayor Philip Levine led the commission in a somber ceremony Wednesday morning to remember and honor the men and women who lost their lives in the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.
Atlantic Broadband Customers Can Seek Credit On Bill After OutageCustomers of Atlantic Broadband can seek a credit on their bills if they were impacted by Thursday’s internet and cable outage.
Angst On Alton Road Over After Southbound Lanes ReopenTo the thrill of motorists and merchants the detour signs came down today on southbound Alton Road on Miami Beach.
Miami Beach Mayor: Alton Road To Fully Reopen WednesdayMiami Beach Mayor Philip Levine said Tuesday Alton Road will full reopen on Wednesday.
New Miami Beach Police Chief Sworn InMiami Beach has officially sworn in its new top cop. Wednesday morning Daniel J. Oates took the oath of office as the city's new police chief.
Miami Beach Commission Approves New Police Chief Miami Beach has a new Chief of Police.
Miami Beach Police Chief Candidate Attends Breakfast Club Gathering Miami Beach residents who attended the Tuesday Morning Breakfast Club got a chance to meet the man who will most likely be their next police chief.
Thousands Take Part In AIDS Walk MiamiWalking for a cause, thousands took the streets of Miami Beach Sunday morning for the 26th Annual AIDS Walk Miami: One Step Closer to a Cure.
Miami Pursues 2016 Democratic National ConventionAfter decades of not hosting a political convention, Miami leaders announced Friday the city would pursue the Democratic National Convention in 2016.