Rejoice, everyone who frantically slams the gas whenever a yellow light pops up (AKA every single driver in Miami-Dade): A bill that would forbid cities from using red-light cameras narrowly passed its first test in Tallahassee yesterday. While Riptide supports any plan to ax the cameras, it's ... More >>
The four firms representing Miami-Dade County before the state legislature are mired in potential conflicts of interests and ongoing controversies. Yesterday, county commissioners awarded $120,000 each to law firms Ronald L. Book P.A. and Rutledge, Ecenia & Purnell, as well as $50,000 each for A ... More >>
A Miami man goes from gunslinger to bun-slinger.
When Rev. Neil Doherty misbehaved, the archdiocese punished Theresa Gerstner.
Peter Michael Daniel was savagely beaten at the Sweetwater Police Complex over a missing Jet Ski. No one’s saying who did it.
You can help our newest appeals court judge set things right
Leslie Rothenberg wasn't fit for the bench once before, and she's not fit now
The Office of the Inspector General and the Commission on Ethics and Public Trust may part ways after an acrimonious year
The second time a professor caught him cheating, UM football star Andre Johnson seemed to be in deep trouble. That's when home-field advantage kicked in.
Something isn't right at Mays Middle School -- and it's not just because of that bomb threat
The new chairman of the Miami-Dade delegation sets his own course in Tallahassee
Colonel William English
Rolando Bolaños lied and got away with it, but stay tuned
For years people have been alleging that Miami bail-bond king Jim Viola bribes county corrections officers. For years the FBI and the State Attorney's Office have been investigating. And for years nothing has happened.
The Cuban embargo is supposed to be getting tougher on travelers, but it's just getting weirder
African millionaire Foutanga Dit Babani Sissoko opened his checkbook and stole Miami's heart. Not surprisingly, that wasn't the only thing he stole.
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State investigators take a new look at the Nogues family's horror story. And reach a new conclusion.
What do you do with a little tyke who throws a rock at another kid? In Dade County, you prosecute him.