Jerry Iannelli is Miami New Times’ daily-news reporter. He graduated with honors from Temple University. He then earned his master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University. He moved to South Florida in 2015.
6 hours ago | Police
Last week, a Georgia inmate sued Florida Department of Corrections officials for permanently damaging his stomach and intestines. For about a month during the summer of 2016, Peach State native Marc Caesar worked at a car wash in Doral as part of ...
1 day ago | Lists
The Florida legislature is run by cold, dead-eyed lunatics, lecherous men, and vampires without the parts of their brains that let them feel empathy. Tallahassee is such a horrid place that it's barely even news when someone proposes letting peopl...
3 days ago | Politics
Local snail-person and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio surfaced yesterday and briefly set Washington, D.C., ablaze by saying he wouldn't vote for the much-maligned Republican tax-cut package unless it did more for working families.
3 days ago | Education
Earlier this year, a Florida International University student broke news that FIU's Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity members were secretly joking about rape and sending nude photographs stolen from women to one another on secret group chats. In O...
3 days ago | Real Estate
Miami TV montages always contain the same few shots: people sunning themselves on South Beach, clubgoers waving their arms in the air, old Cuban men in newsboy hats drinking cortaditos, and maybe a slow-motion shot of a crawling Rolls-Royce or som...
4 days ago | Traffic
American Traffic Solutions (ATS) certainly seems to be one of the most hated companies in America. The Arizona-based firm runs red-light-camera ticketing services for hundreds of cities and counties across the nation. If you've ever been fined $15...