The Miami Mayor's race is still five months away, but a majority of the city's politically influential power brokers are lining up behind Commissioner Francis Suarez, who is looking to take out popular incumbent Tomas Regalado with more than one million bucks in his campaign war chest. Regalado has ... More >>
The fact that Peter Rosello apparently filmed himself punching a homeless man in the groin has not stopped Peter Rosello from telling a judge that he's not guilty of punching a homeless man in the groin.Rosello, the son of Real Housewives of Miami star Alexia Echevarria and step-son of Hialeah power ... More >>
On July 13, Alexander I. Perez stood underneath a new street sign christening a portion of SE 10th Avenue in front of his Hialeah warehouse as "Banah Sweet Way." A gaggle of local politicos -- including Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez, his Hialeah counterpart Carlos Hernandez, and County Commissione ... More >>
It just got real for Peter Rosello, son of former Real Housewives of Miami star Alexia Echevarria. He has surrendered to police after he posted a video of himself online in which he assaults a sleeping homeless man by punching him in the groin and then running off.
Police have found the homeless man who was punched in the nuts on video by the son of a former Real Housewives of Miami cast member, and he's decided to press charges.Peter Rosello, the son of former Real Housewives of Miami star and Venue magazine editor Alexia Echevarria and stepson of H ... More >>
Peter Rosello, the son of former Real Housewives' star and Venue magazine editor Alexia Echevarria and stepson of Hialeah political power broker Herman Echevarria, could be facing charges after videotaping himself punching a homeless man in the groin in South Beach.
Campaign finance reports for January, February, and March are in for the local county races. So who's funneling cash to Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez and his main opponent, County Commission Chairman Joe Martinez?If money is any indicator, Martinez has a long haul ahead of him. For the past three ... More >>
There are good reasons to vote August 31, but the county mayor's race isn't one of them. Here are five reasons why.
Alex Penelas learned his lesson in 1999; this year's transit-tax campaign is all below the surface
Greed, thievery, corruption, and betrayal -- the sordid tale of Miriam Alonso's downfall
Miami Mayor Joe Carollo wants to remain in public life, but there's one problem: His private life
From the issue of May 03, 2001
So you weren't among those lucky few who dined with the king and queen? Consider it a compliment.
Alex Penelas gets in touch with the inner Alex Penelas
One thing about Steve Shiver's future as the county's chief executive: It'll never be lonely at the top
He billed himself as a reformer, but a close look at Alex Penelas's record reveals a politician more in tune with ambition than innovation
FIU and MDCC foundations draw new scrutiny from state investigators
Johnny Winton used anti-incumbent backlash, new district boundaries, and plenty of cash to knock off J.L. Plummer
Waste dumps, illicit lobbying, paid supporters, hidden agendas. Or politics as usual in Miami-Dade County.
An emphatic mayor. Tons of polling. Heaps of money. But something went wrong with the Penelas campaign that couldn't.
Election time in Sweetwater is just another pretext for this rancorous city to go nuts
Hialeah police chief Rolando Bolanos has two sons on the force. Both are being investigated for violent behavior.
The paving of Amelia Earhart Park is all about a political vendetta
In five years PBA boss John Rivera has transformed his police union into a major political force
Once a paragon of tolerance, the city of South Miami has become a hotbed of hate
No doubt about it, Raul Martinez is Hialeah's mayor-for-life. The question is: Can Herman Echevarria's Penelas-driven political machine succeed in killing him?
In the soap opera that is Hialeah politics, Herman Echevarria might be poised to supplant Raul Martinez as leading man.
County bureaucrats aren't the only ones who get to have cellular-phone fun
One thing is clear: Some county commissioners broke the law last December. Another thing isn't so clear: Will they ever be punished?
Morales is a pervert! Caldwell is a slut! Penelas is a pansy! Welcome to politics in the City of Progress!