FIFA World Cup Trophy Arrives In South FloridaThe World Cup will kick off this June in Brazil and Tuesday, the highly coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy arrived in South Florida.
Daniel Alfonso Named New Miami City Managerhe City of Miami has named a new City Manager. Daniel Alfonso, who served as Miami’s Chief Financial Officer and Assistant City Manager was named to the new post to replace outgoing City Manager Johnny Martinez.
Warning Against Firing Weapons Into The Air On New Year's EveIf you fire your weapon into the air to celebrate New Year's Eve, you could take someone else’s life and you could be sent to prison for a very long time.
Local Schoolchildren Get 120,000 Free Books In an effort to promote reading, Miami organizations donated more than 120,000 books to local school children at Miami-Dade College Monday.
Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado Sworn In For Second TermMiami Mayor Tomás Regalado was sworn in Friday afternoon for his second term in office.
A New I-395 Bridge In Miami Is PlannedDowntown Miami residents, businesses and PortMiami have waited years for a new I-395 bridge. Tuesday an announcement was made that is designed to create a path forward to a new bridge.
Miami, Hialeah Keep Incumbent Mayors In PlaceVoters in the City of Miami re-elected Mayor Tomás Regalado to his position. City Commissioner Frank Carollo was also elected to his second term.
Toxic Soil Closes Second Miami ParkFor the second time this month, the City of Miami is forced to close a popular park after small sample tests find poisonous materials in the soil.
Miami Police Welcome New Recruits Amid Controversy City of Miami Police Chief Manuel Orosa welcomed 25 new recruits to the Miami Police Department Tuesday morning. The recruits started their first day at the police academy at a time when the department is having a difficult time recruiting officers.
Francis Suarez Quits Mayoral RaceCommissioner Francis Suarez has decided to end his campaign to be the mayor of Miami.
'Amigos For Kids' Holds Annual Back-To-School DriveThe kickoff for back to school events has started and are in full swing for the upcoming school year.
City of Miami: SEC Claims City Mislead Bond InvestorsThe City of Miami is under the microscope again with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Miami City Manager Suffers Mild Stroke Miami City Manager Johnny Martinez is recovering after he suffered a mild stroke over the weekend.
Miami Mayor Challenges County On Sewage System Overhaul PlanPlans to overhaul Miami-Dade county's aging sewer system is taking heat from Miami’s Mayor. Mayor Tomas Regalado is challenging the county over plans he believes he should have a say in. The controversy is playing out quite publicly in the Miami Herald although it's not clear why.
Heightened Security In S. Fla. Includes 4-Legged FriendsSecurity plans across South Florida continue to be beefed up in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings but some specialized security involves man’s best friend.