An agreement reached Wednesday takes some rights away from Miami's homeless population and sets a two-year moratorium during which the city won't be able to modify a landmark 1998 federal consent decree, attorneys for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) announced late Thursday. Sex offenders ... More >>
Kevin Henderson had a rude awakening early the morning of July 2, as if sleeping on the sidewalk adjacent to the Highland Professional Building on NW 18th Street wasn't bad enough. The building is a frequent bed-down spot for the homeless because of its wide overhang, which protects them from the ra ... More >>
via Flickr Commons"Not with MY personal watercraft! No sir!"Until Saturday, the recent killing-people-for-stupid-reasons fad was confined to adults -- a barber shooting another barber who disrespected him, say, or a man whacking his neighbor over a parking space. Then a 14-year-old shotgunned a J ... More >>
From nightclubs to culture wars to defending the defenders
Just put them in your patrol car and take them to Miami
Commissioner Javier Souto isn't angry at the homeless people in his district. He just wants them to go away.
Some say Miami Beach's Jose Garca-Pedrosa is a strong city manager. Others tend to employ more colorful language.
When federal prosecutors seek the death penalty in drug-related murders, the defendants are almost always black. Why should Miami's first "kingpin" case be any exception?
The homeless story that won't go away still won't go away
The Pottinger case returned to Judge Atkins's courtroom, and both sides came out firing
Do black motorists get pulled over by cops for no good reason? Attorney H.T. Smith used to think so. Now he knows so.
A new crop of Miami Beach commissioners might finally lay to rest the Huber Drug Letter controversy