Public defenders, female politicians, and the digital divide
A popular computer clubhouse for Miami's poor is abruptly unplugged
Hounded by budget crises, unflattering audits, and general gripes about management, the Economic Opportunity Family Health Center circles the wagons
Would you rather live near poor people or a dump?
One of Dade's most controversial advocates for the homeless finds herself jobless
A former resident files suit against the Miami Rescue Mission
Conflict-of-interest allegations force a recount in the divvying-up of federal AIDS funding
Just keep them out of Coconut Grove
The fight to end homelessness has moved to the boardrooms -- and Donna MacDonald, brash and outspoken, is having trouble finding a way in
Metro's new program for the homeless aims beyond the quick fix. But does it give short shrift to pressing needs?
Crack addicts. Homeless ex-cons. Transvestite prostitutes with HIV. If life has landed you in TV Park, you probably didn't have far to fall.
After years of doing nothing Dade County now plans to put 500 homeless people under one roof. It won't be in your neighborhood, of course.