3 days ago | Police
The officer stalks toward a group waving signs outside Miami Sequarium to protest the living conditions of Lolita, the park's captive killer whale. The officer gets right in front of a camera held by one man, and then goes off. "I'm gonna be hones...
5 days ago | Environmental
Last month, scientists released rare good news in Florida's endless fight against invasive species: After collecting more than 150,000 giant African land snails, they'd nearly eradicated the pest from the Sunshine State. That's great, becaus...
6 days ago | International News
Carlos M. Gutierrez is about as unlikely an ally President Obama could possibly find in his move to thaw relations with Cuba. An old school Cuban-American Republican, Gutierrez spent four years as George W. Bush's Commerce Secretary loudly blastin...
7 days ago | Politics
When Jeb Bush was governor, Florida was roiled with the kind of debate that only happens in Deep South states with long histories of Civil War strife and segregation. As activists pushed for Florida to stop flying the Confederate flag — a symbol o...
14 days ago | Environmental
Last week, TV stations and wire reports began spreading an urgent warning from the Florida Department of Health: A flesh-eating bacteria was spreading in Florida's oceans, health officials warned. More than 30 swimmers have been infected in the pa...
16 days ago | Crime
In January 2013, in the days after New Times published an investigation linking Alex Rodriguez to Biogenesis, a steroid clinic in Coral Gables, the Yankees slugger scrambled to obtain the medical records at the heart of the story. His associa...