A lot of weird things happen in Florida. We're here every Friday morning to give you the week's weirdest. This week: the biggest First-World problem ever, Walmart toy humping, a buttload of missing Crisco, and an important reminder that many of Florida's craziest residents are not actually product ... More >>
While talk of the Tea Party dominated coverage of the 2010 election, the group's influence took a massive nose dive in 2012 and the very term "tea party" just doesn't carry the same weight it once did. So leaders of the South Florida Tea Party have decided to change its name. The group will now be c ... More >>
Florida uses the federal government like a sugar daddy. The Sunshine State leads the other 49 in both the total amount of money and the money-per-capita it received from the feds in 2011. That doesn't even include that high-speed train we didn't get.According to a CNBC analysis, Florida received $57 ... More >>
Kick it with the homies at WAKA.
Lisa Lampanelli lets it all hang out at the Fillmore
The new, not-entirely-improved lifeguard shacks are making South Beach locals cringe
Twilight Princess is the best Zelda ever
Art Basel leaves its mark on Wynwood
From hear to eternity, Miami is hell on your aural health
The Bitch sees some art and arbitrates a catfight
One chief is memorialized as another moves on to a new job
January 1, 2000: County officials are hoping for the best but preparing for the worst. What about you?
In South Miami-Dade it's all in the land -- the earth, the profits, and the sweet deals
Miami-Dade County's proposal to privatize public marinas has mariners up in arms
With county officials and neighbors determined to squeeze them out, mobile home owners have become an endangered species
After Hurricane Andrew destroyed Susan Alberti's home, county bureaucrats stepped in to finish off what was left of her life
Citing a flood of red ink, officials drew a bead on Dade's only public gun range. Now shooting enthusiasts hope to overturn the death sentence.
A: If you're Dade County, you begin by paying $300,000 for allegedly inferior specimens, and then ...
Wayne Huizenga drives a hard bargain at Homestead racetrack -- he'll make millions while Dade taxpayers are taken for a ride
The Conch Coalition and Taras Lyssenko claimed environmentalists were out to destroy the culture and economy of the Keys. Voters listened.
A feud over funding has left the Gold Coast Railroad Museum half-built and its antique trains rusting
After decades of living month to month in trailer parks, some South Dade migrant workers have found a permanent address
Ziggy Zilber built a lean, mean, ground-transportation empire, making money and enemies, and working the politicians like a well-oiled machine
Miami Beach lifeguards are still waiting for the last of their spiffy new Art Deco stands
Some people sign up to test experimental drugs for the good of mankind. Others do it for the money. Meet Miami's professional pincushions.
This time next year an RV campground will occupy Virginia Key. Say sayonara to one of the city's last patches of green.
The last of the FEMA trailer occupants are now rehoused. The question is: For how long?
Men are still beating women, and rock music is still trying to change the world
Meet the repo man. He wants to steal your car. He has a legal right to steal it. And you don't have a chance.
Does it really matter if a few Miami rock bands volunteer to play live shows in an effort to help water-weary Iowans?
Last spring, when Dade County united with a local charity to help the hurricane's homeless, the partnership sounded too good to be true. It was.
Jack Leonard has opened his South Dade home to Guatemalan migrants. What more can he do?