Parking Fines Increasing In Miami-Dade CountyNew parking fine increases go into effect in Miami Dade County beginning Tuesday, October 1st.
Miami-Dade Declares Local State Of EmergencyMiami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez has signed a declaration of a local state of emergency due to the threat posed by Hurricane Dorian.
'Miami-Dade Services Continue Normal Operations': Mayor Carlos Gimenez Urges Residents To Prepare Early“All Miami-Dade County services continue normal operations.” That is the word Thursday from Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez who adds now is the time to being early preparations.
Ahead Of TS Dorian, Miami-Dade Rushes To Pick Up Previously Scheduled Bulky WasteMiami-Dade County announced Tuesday that solid waste management trucks will be out in force Wednesday picking up scheduled bulky waste ahead of Tropical Storm Dorian.
Miami-Dade Health Officials Issue Mosquito-Borne Illnesses AlertThe Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County has issued a mosquito-borne illness alert for the county.
Miami-Dade Kids Receive Back To School Shopping Spree Thanks To Vernon Carey, Dick's Sporting GoodsIt was a dream come true for dozens of deserving Miami-Dade kids.
Florida Judge Rejects New Miami-Dade Expressway LawFlorida lawmakers violated a home-rule provision in the state Constitution by abolishing a toll-road authority in Miami-Dade County and replacing it with another agency during this year’s legislative session, a Leon County circuit judge ruled Friday.
Miami-Dade County, State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle Pushing To Help Restore Felons Voting RightsMiami-Dade has a plan to help felons restore their right to vote, even if they owe restitution or other fees.
Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Daniella Levine CavaWe are just a little more than a year away from electing a new mayor for Miami-Dade County.
Industrial Hemp Production Kick-Started In Miami-Dade CountyCounty officials voted unanimously Wednesday to move forward legislation supporting the start of hemp production in Miami-Dade County.
Miami-Dade Commissioners Told Metrorail Derailment Was Not Caused By Technical ProblemsA stretch of Miami-Dade Metrorail tracks are back open after one of its cars partially derailed Friday near Allapattah.