â€‹Miami voters are one big step closer to a vote on whether to strip County Mayor Carlos Alvarez of his office, as Clerk Harvin Ruvin officially certified billionaire car dealer Norman Braman's recall effort this afternoon.Braman managed to collect more than 95,000 valid signatures in favor of the ... More >>
Miami-Dade Carlos Alvarez has successfully, if only temporarily, bought himself some time to breath. Billionaire Norman Braman's recall effort collected about 112,000 signature and seemed to be heading to a ballot, but Alvarez's lawyers are fighting the effort on a procedural technicality. The two s ... More >>
After their widely touted debut Kombustion, locally groomed rock group Soniko prepares to capitalize on the buzz they first generated five years ago with their long awaited sophomore release, Antidoto Parcial. On Kombustion the foursome received heavy acclaim for their churning brand of alt-rock. A ... More >>
The county’s court system has spent $36 million on a revolutionary new database, but when programmers warned it was vulnerable, they’re the ones who got deleted
When it comes to constructing roadside billboards, the City of Miami is a regular free-for-all
Thousands of Miami-Dade drivers never pay fines for illegal parking. You too can get away with it.
Even though my name is Chris Korge and Alex Penelas is my best buddy and all the commissioners are indebted to me and I guarantee you'll get that fat county contract
It feels good to do it. But recycling doesn't always save money or protect the environment.
Six years in the works and still controversial: Dade environmental officials submit their manatee-protection proposal
You say you haven't got a cellular phone? Heck, you own hundreds of 'em! And right now some local bureaucrat is using one to make a hairdressing appointment.
The recent Metro Justice Building bomb scare didn't result in a blast, but it sure lit a fuse
Two Metro-Dade fire department officials are demoted after the storm. They say it's because they're black.
Dan Paul thinks people, not politicians, should decide the fate of county park land