Over the weekend, Miami Commissioner Francis Suarez revealed he is entertaining the idea of eliminating the city manager's position in favor of the strong mayor form of government. His proposal, which would require voter approval to change the city charter, makes sense because it gives residents one ... More >>
Felonious former Miami City Manager Cesar Odio has been spending his free time hanging around Miami Beach. And you want to know why?
No ideas, no agenda, and a lot of glad-handing. Welcome to J.L. Plummer's re-election campaign.
Miami city worker Caridad Rios swears she's never practiced Santera. Try telling that to the many politicians who befriend her -- or fear her.
Adrift in Miami's fierce political maelstrom, Donald Warshaw is one cool customer
What is Miami's greatest natural resource? Corruption, of course! So let's get out there and sell it!
If the City of Miami would check, as we did, they'd find an administrator without the proper credentials
The City of Miami's version of the EEOC hasn't upheld a discrimination claim in years
The City of Miami's (predictable) response to its friends-of-friends problem
Miami's infamous ex-city manager hired more than 100 staffers entirely at his own discretion. Guess who's paying them.
The sexton's post at the Miami City Cemetery is a burial ground for troublesome municipal employees. But Clyde Cates wasn't about to just roll over and die.
Howard Gary discusses OPERATION GREENPALM, the ambitious corruption investigation rattled by mismanagement and blown apart by astonishing leaks of secret information
An old pro is recruited to undertake a very disagreeable mission: Dig into the stinking mess at Miami City Hall. Here's what he found.
Already charged with corruption, Odio now faces renewed questions about his misuse of a discretionary fund
Miami city manager Cesar Odio loves to hand out taxpayer money to his friends. It's not under the table, but it is under the radar.
Just when a forlorn section of Liberty City is about to get the help it so desperately needs, along comes Miller Dawkins on his political bulldozer
When it comes to protecting Jorge Mas Canosa and crew, Cesar Odio's police force knows no bounds
A conservative Nicaraguan presidential candidate nabs the City of Miami's endorsement
An allegedly hotheaded cop sparks resentment in an Overtown neighborhood
The commission meeting is over. The last whining constituent has gone home. Now it's time to kick back and enjoy.
After ten years as city manager, Cesar Odio is still catching flak about his college education. Give the guy a break. Better yet, give him a diploma.
Ivey Kearson says he was wrongly fired from his City of Miami job -- and he alleges a conspiracy involving Miller Dawkins's nephew
And auto repair, and the occasional nephew. . . An edifying look at Miami City Commission candidates' financial statements
Miami City Manager Cesar Odio and persistent gadfly Manuel Gonzalez-Goenaga ought to settle their differences like men
County bureaucrats aren't the only ones who get to have cellular-phone fun
The Miami Rowing Club finds itself up a creek of red ink
Developers in Coconut Grove have learned a couple of things about rules: They can be used to personal advantage. And they can be used as weapons.
Just keep them out of Coconut Grove
The private affairs of Miami's housing boss, Herbert Bailey, attract more attention -- from public corruption investigators
Miami's northeast side is in trouble, and city housing boss Herbert Bailey has eagerly pitched in to help. Personally. On his own time. With his own money. An investigation is underway.