19 hours ago | News
Edgar Ruiz says he just wants his art back. A studio representative says they're considering legal action for harassment. Three works of art, valued by Ruiz at a total of around $1800, are nowhere to be found. "I just don't understand what t...
2 days ago | News
Cesar Vasquez is a 28-year-old, soft-spoken AT&T customer service rep with a flowing imam-style beard and dark features. On a recent still, scorching day around 3 p.m., he leads me to a shady spot near the corner of a large apartment building ...
4 days ago | Politics
Of the City of Miami's five commission districts, it's District 2 that wields the most power: The district stretches along the city's eastern edge from Coconut Grove north past Edgewater, encompassing Brickell's moneyed condos and much of downtown...
9 days ago | News
Ivan Gomez spent years in the U.S. Army, including a tour overseas during the Yugoslavia conflict in the early ’90s. Today he suffers from type 2 diabetes and other physical and mental ailments. To help him cope, he says, he keeps service animals....
10 days ago | Crime
As a top commander in El Salvador during that country's brutal civil war, Carlos Vides presided over tens of thousands of civilian murders and systemic torturing. For decades Vides has lived with his wife in a comfortable home in Palm Coast, ...
15 days ago | Politics
Supporters say the bill would keep teachers and students safe in a school shooting. The Miami-Dade School Board isn't buying it. "What's going to happen," says school board member and recently announced county mayoral candidate Raquel Regalado, "i...