Someone please tell Bill Nelson that not everyone in the Democratic Party looks like him
Activist Luis Penelas, Alex's big brother, has been in Miami for just two years, yet he's already making waves
What happens when the object of your road rage turns out to be an off-duty police officer? Bad things.
Want to know what makes Miami's mayor really mad? Voter fraud, that's what.
After Hurricane Andrew destroyed Susan Alberti's home, county bureaucrats stepped in to finish off what was left of her life
In the first weeks of his administration, Xavier Suarez isn't making many new friends, and he's not influencing many people either
Just ask WQBA's feisty Ninoska Perez, whose crank calls to Cuban officials have infuriated Fidel's minions. Miami's exiles love it!
The cops say she was drunk, but she says she was drugged at a South Beach nightclub
So says Manuel Garcia, a man with an old-fashioned (and irritating) sense of right and wrong
The ACLU claims Dade County is using a temporary employment law to keep Hispanic day laborers off the job and in jail
Police may never know for sure how a young gay man ended up shot to death in a field off Bird Road. But they have a theory: Cruising can kill.
Animosity is all over Sweetwater like a not-so-cheap lawsuit
A South Beach restaurant owner says she was wrongly pulled over, then assaulted and ridiculed by Miami Beach cops
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.
Two men come forward to say they saw a man dumping scads of the New Times issue that featured Ron Book. It was Ron Book.
As his new nightclub struggles to stay afloat, Neil Cohen's creditors say he's a real S.O.B.
Why would state prosecutors probe a penny-ante fraud case against Susanna Timor? Maybe it has to do with who she works for.
When you grow up in the migrant labor camps of South Dade, sometimes it's gang life -- and sometimes it's no life
Nova and St. Thomas University law students just wanted to have a little party. Instead they got a lesson in search and seizure laws.
The owner just wants out. The informant's cover has been blown. The defense lawyer is always on the offensive. In the war to spiff up Biscayne Boulevard's low-rent motels, the case of the Camelot Inn is the strangest battle yet.
A beloved South Beach eccentric fell ill. Then her friends and relatives discovered she had hidden away millions. What does this have to do with Miami Beach? Plenty.
Julio Lazo didn't spend six months in jail because a judge thought he was lying A he never even got a chance to speak
New allegations and secretly recorded tapes -- the Nogues family's child-abuse debacle might never end
Convicted eight years ago in the infamous Country Walk molestation case, Frank Fuster still maintains his innocence. Maybe now a judge will listen.
Some suicide notes are short, some tell a more detailed story. They all have unhappy endings.
False accusations. Emotional breakdowns. A system demonstrating its own incompetence. s just what happened in the courtroom.
(The juicy stuff!)
She's the county's top liaison to the film industry. He's in the postproduction business. Does their pillow talk pose a potential conflict of interest?
What do you say to a naked lady? For more than 30 years Leroy Griffith has been saying, "You're hired!"
Thomas Kramer, Miami Beach's newest and wackiest impresario, continues his shopping spree -- and searches in vain for a place to conduct business
It wasn't quite the resolution he or his sister had hoped for, but John Popejoy's child-molestation case is finally closed
Bjorn DiMaio and Anthony Vincent are going to jail for the murder of their friend Andrew Morello. Even though they didn't do it.
Only in the Magic City could Mickey Rourke's boxing togs open a whole can of worms
If it's about John Doe having AIDS, you'd better not talk. You're probably not supposed to know in the first place.
State investigators take a new look at the Nogues family's horror story. And reach a new conclusion.
Lewd magazine publisher Dugent experiences the ultimate masochistic thrill - a spanking from its neighbors in prim and proper Coral Gables
Nine months after he seized and erased a private citizen's video cassette, a Coral Gables lawman finally feels the heat