Quick. Which neighborhood in Miami do you think gives the biggest percentage of its income to charity? The exclusive enclave of Fisher Island? The rich families of Coral Gables? The retirees in Miami Beach? Nope. Not even close. Miami's most charitable ZIP code is 33056. That's a neighborhood in n ... More >>
Just weeks after two Metrorial security guards were caught on video roughing up photography-rights activist Carlos Miller, another Metrorail security guard has been recorded yanking an elderly woman off the train for singing gospel music.Emma Anderson, age 82, had broken into some impromptu gospel s ... More >>
Whistle-blowing Miami-Dade Police officer Frank Adams -- who recently came forward with a litany of allegations of malfeasance in his department -- has been sanctioned by the MDPD for not reporting a several-cop beatdown of a civilian immediately after he witnessed it. In other news, the MDPD den ... More >>
An officer says his brothers in blue injured unarmed suspects.
Don't cry. Just move into one of those empty homes around the corner.
After a decade on the gridiron, the city's only women's pro squad tries to tackle a losing record.
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You know things have gone wrong when city cops Taser one of their own
The politics of AIDS funding in black Miami
The perils of marketing gangsta authenticity
The school board hired cop's cop Pete Cuccaro to straighten out the nutty mess that the school police had become -- and let him do his job!
Clothes don't make the MIA
It was sweet and sour, and above all it was short
Miami-Dade bus driver Ezell Robinson has taken issue with his bosses and his union leadership, which may explain why he's now unemployed
Correspondence from our readers
Elizabeth Lanteigne has a few hundred thousand choice words for the county's public-transportation system
"Hey, I'm no Calvin Klein," says Shanie Jacobs. Yet her handmade angora garments fetch up to $2500 a pop.
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Hounded by budget crises, unflattering audits, and general gripes about management, the Economic Opportunity Family Health Center circles the wagons
The Humane Society's animal rescue drivers work hard to save the wounded, to rescue the sick and abandoned. But usually the endings are not so happy.
Civics and spirituality. Politics and prayer. In the ongoing battle against inertia, Goulds bares the conflicts at its core.
Clerk Gemma Stafford puts the "cute" in cuticle
The Rev. Clennon King is unique. Period.