New car sales are up year-over-year this quarter in Miami-Dade, reflecting a national trend according to a report from Dominion Enterprises. As it turns out Miamians strongly prefer foreign cars, with 86 percent of all cars sold in the last quarter being made be foreign brands. The report also rev ... More >>
2013 has not been kind to Marco Rubio. The year began with talk of Florida's junior senator being the savior of the GOP. But then the prodigal son got parched on national television and his insipid immigration reform was roundly rejected by fellow Republicans. In recent months, Rubio has begun movi ... More >>
â€‹Apparently, LeBron James sometimes forgets he's part of the Miami Heat's big three and acts like a member of another famous trio: Larry, Curly, and Moe. Dwyane Wade is dealing with serious migraine headaches and has been wearing special, slightly funny-looking glasses to deal with light sensitivi ... More >>
A pair of filmmakers kicks off a series of home movies with the Wet Heat Project.
Miami's feline fringe is a vanishing breed
For those left behind after the brutal murder of fourteen-year-old Jaime Gough, the emotional lockdown lingers
Showbiz noir investigates TV Superman's real-life tragedy
A Miami rider broke from the pack and admitted to drug use in cycling
Dorrin Rolle’s dedication to his district is in question
A group of young attorneys are in open revolt against their boss -- Public Defender Bennett Brummer
K. Gordon Murray may have invented the weekend kiddie matinee, but don't forget his scowling bikers, howling werewolves, lumbering mummies, brain-sucking monsters, and scheming decapitated heads
South Florida citizens take homeland defense into their own hands with Operation On Guard
15 years later, Frank Miller once more dons Batman's cape and cowl
After being indicted Lee Martin went from public servant to public enemy. Then charges were dropped. What would be fair now?
Imagine what would happen if Hispanic mommies and daddies united with black mommies and daddies in petitioning the school district
From the issue of November 23, 2000
Everyone seems to love the Florida commander of the Army Corps of Engineers. So why do his superiors want him to leave?
Marion and Orlando de Cardenas aided Fidel Castro when the Cuban revolution was still a daydream, not a bad dream
Long a staple of the Everglades tourist's itinerary, the airboat tour takes a direct hit from the feds
Everything you ever wanted to know about espuma but were afraid to ask
She's naive. She lacks experience. She's too "nice" to survive in Dade's policitical jungle. So why is Katy Sorenson so dangerous?
The Florida Elections Commission and the Florida Bar. Maybe the FBI, too. For a man who won automatic re-election, Metro Commissioner James Burke seems to have a lot of explaining to do.
John Detrick will not be missed.
Upper Biscayne Bay party boaters claim environmental technocrats killed Beer Can Island. And framed Hurricane Andrew.