2 days ago | Environmental
As legend has it, in 1945, six fishermen embarked from the seaside town of Cojimar in Cuba to find the underwater monster that was devouring their fish. The crew took off in a small boat, armed only with ropes and harpoons. After they caught the c...
7 days ago | Traffic
For the last five years, justifiable-toll advocate Carlos Garcia felt like a lone crazy man screaming in the woods. “No one cared, no one was listening,” he says. But after Miami-Dade Expressway Authority (MDX) approved a new toll rebate program o...
9 days ago | Environmental
David Shiffman cringes whenever he watches the Discovery Channel and finds mermaids, megalodons, or zombie sharks on air. But for the 30-year-old University of Miami graduate student, Shark Week is the worst. That’s because Shiffman has spent...
12 days ago | Politics
When a deadline passed last week, more than 250,000 Haitians and Dominicans of Haitian descent living in the D.R. suddenly faced the specter of deportation back to Port-au-Prince. On Thursday, hundreds from both nation gathered outside the Do...
19 days ago | Police
On the morning after the Charleston shooting, where nine African-American churchgoers were murdered during bible study, a group of over 30 African-Americans protested outside police union chief John Rivera’s office in Doral. They held signs that r...
20 days ago | Politics
In a sea of Jeb supporters at his announcement Monday, Lucy Orlando stood out as a particularly impassioned. The 71-year-old grandmother of nine was decked in a red T-shirt of Jeb’s smiling face above “We love you, Jeb! From the Lucy Orlando Team....