Miami Herald's Carl Hiaasen Announces Retirement After 35 Years With PaperMiami Herald opinion columnist and best selling novelist Carl Hiaasen is retiring from the paper in March.
Miami Herald Apologizes For 'Racist' Insert Column; LIBRE Accuses Paper Of Censorship, Says It Provided Advance CopiesThe Miami Herald is investigating how a paid insert was published containing “racist and anti-Semitic commentary” and distributed to readers of its Spanish-language sister paper El Nuevo Herald.
Miami Herald To Move Out Of Doral LocationThe Miami Herald has decided to move out of their Doral offices in August.
Newspaper Chain McClatchy, Owner Of Miami Herald, Files For Bankruptcy ProtectionIn another sign of the growing financial crisis in print journalism, McClatchy, the owner of 30 US newspapers, including CBS4 News Partner The Miami Herald, has filed for bankruptcy protection.
Miami Herald To Make Saturday Paper Fully Digital In 2020Changes are coming to how you get your Saturday paper delivered.
Alleged Victims Of Jeffrey Epstein Still Want To See Justice DoneJeffrey Epstein’s death does nothing to ease the pain his accusers say they live with every day, years after they say he sexually abused them.
Local Reporter Who Covered Jeffrey Epstein Case Reacts To His Death, Says Victims Feel They've 'Been Robbed' Of JusticeThe fallout from the sudden death of sex offender and wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein continues to ripple throughout the country.
Facing South Florida: Breaking Down Jeffrey Epstein Story With Miami Herald Reporter Julie BrownFacing South Florida host Jim DeFede talks to the Miami Herald Investigative Reporter who broke the story of a controversy plea deal with Jeffrey Epstein.
Feds To Investigate Billionaire Epstein's Sex Plea DealThe quiet ending to a federal sex abuse probe is now getting a probe of its own.
Journalist Killed In Maryland Shooting Had Deep Ties To South FloridaThe sudden death of journalist Rob Hiaasen, one of five people killed when a gunman stormed the Capital Gazette in Maryland Thursday, is deeply felt at the Miami Herald.
Miami Herald, State Argue Over FIU Bridge RecordsSaying he wants federal transportation-safety officials to weigh in first, Leon County Circuit Judge John Cooper on Monday declined to dismiss a public-records lawsuit filed by the Miami Herald after the deadly collapse in March of a pedestrian bridge at Florida International University.
Iconic Miami Herald Sports Writer Edwin Pope Dead At 88Legendary Miami Herald sports columnist Edwin Pope, who covered the first 47 Super Bowls and spent more than 50 years with paper, has died at 88.
Top Parent-Child Activities Near South FloridaSharing activities with children helps them grasp the importance of social interaction, and develop the skills necessary for later in life. But forget hum-drum activities. These ideas invite you to take a walk on the wild side at the zoo, or dress up for a pre-Halloween concert at the library.
Top Spots For Pool Accessories In South FloridaAs summer approaches, keeping that pristine, sparkling blue look to a backyard pool takes no small amount of time and effort. These business, which have years of combined experience and expertise, can assist pool owners with any and all challenges for maintaining a safe, healthy and fun environment. Consult them for games, services and equipment to enhance your poolside enjoyment.
Debate Over Drop In DUI Arrests In Miami BeachArrests for Driving Under The Influence (DUI) in Miami Beach are down but there is debate as to why.