Anthony Walker skidded his car to a stop in front of the police cordon. His hands trembled on the wheel. Tears streamed down his cheeks and welled in his eyes, turning the crime scene before him into a blur of color and light. Squad car strobes bathed the corner of NW 22nd Street and Third Avenue i ... More >>
On Saturday, the Herald reported this shocking bit of bike news: a man found dead in the back of a pickup truck in Little Haiti last Thursday was believed to have been shot by two men riding bicycles. So far, no arrests have been made. It turns out this isn't the first instance of bicycle-relate ... More >>
A place where hookers and drug dealers roam becomes Miami's Soho
Italian food, paid mercenaries, and crackhead Santas
Poor Miami is the talk of the town
Letters from the issue of June 15, 2000
Letters from the issue of February 17, 2000
Tropical paradise or violent hellhole? If you ask the wizards selected to design the city's publicity campaign, the answer is as clear as a bright summer day.
One newspaper praises Miriam Alonso, the other criticizes her. One newspaper sits comfortably in its newsracks, the other vanishes mysteriously. Coincidence?
According to Dade County, a squalid chunk of downtown property is really a park. Try telling that to the neighbors.
Do black motorists get pulled over by cops for no good reason? Attorney H.T. Smith used to think so. Now he knows so.