"We're taking electricity from our neighbor because this bitch did not pay the electricity bill," says Josue Garcia, dressed as his bearded drag personality Karla in his newest Youtube upload. "You wanted to go to Space, right? Well, you have to pay the price," sasses back Gio Profera in his drag g ... More >>
A confrontation early this morning in Hialeah between a tenant with a baseball bat and a landlord with a gun ended with the tenant shot through the chest and left dead.
All across the Magic City this Thursday night, pots are getting wrecked by spoons, more car horns are getting leaned on than rush hour on the Dolphin and every half-decent bar is passing around shots of Jameson in honor of Bron Bron. Your Miami Heat are 2012 NBA Champions. We'll keep this post ... More >>
Hialeah police shot two armed robbery suspects last night after the pair tried to ram officers with their Cadillac SUV. A police officer is also in the hospital after being hit by the car. The incident occurred near West 29th Street and 12th Avenue around 9:30 p.m.
Why is everybody picking on me? Wah!For someone who is the presumed front runner in the race to become the new Miami-Dade Mayor, Julio Robaina is showing he has no backbone. He's been conspicuously AWOL from candidate forums where he knows he'll face a tough crowd and skipped out on his interview ... More >>
Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness once made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Luke - who is a candidate to replace more-boring-than-bread-pudding ex-Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Alvarez - has a few things to s ... More >>
In today's round up of crime, death and other travesties: a woman is threatening to jump off the Epic hotel, a teen girl is gunned down on the street of Miami, Lobster mini season claims its first victim, and a police chasing involving three different forces ends in a shooting in Hialeah.
via CBS4Other things happened in Miami yesterday besides the arrival of LeBron James. Horrible things like a bizarre car crash that killed five, a fatal shooting in Hialeah, and a plan to bring more red light cameras to Miami Beach.
Let's hope it's not a '97 repeat, but a large number of absentee ballots have been returned so far in local elections today where polling place turnout has been low. The City of Miami sent out 27,223 absentee ballots, and as of yesterday 15,108 were returned. That's roughly 15 percent of the Ci ... More >>
A Hialeah councilwoman leads a peripatetic life.
Alex Izaguirre Apparently Daniel Bolaños hopes Hialeah voters have a short memory or don't care about his checkered past. How else can one explain why the disgraced former cop is running for a seat on the city council? He is challenging Councilwoman Katharine Cue, who was appointed to the counci ... More >>
They'll slaughter your dinner as you watch — but don't tell the cops.
Not too long ago, as impossible as it looks, sounds and seems, I held a day job. It was a mundane era of wearing socks, shaving, and having far fewer groupies. Sometimes, I needed to call this day job of mine and tell them I was not feeling so good. Every time I called in sick, I felt a sense of do ... More >>
The Port of Miami tunnel isn't dead yet, and may be back on in April. [Herald]The Florida Speaker of the House took a job with a school he's steered money towards which may not be ethical, and he's basically the worst speaker ever. [Herald]Thieves in Hialeah broke into a Best Buy. Don't they know th ... More >>
An abortion gone bad opens up an unseemly world of low-end medicine
Sharing the stories of those who come by sea
Tennis glitterati scramble
Motel sell: Bubble bath, adventure
Best Drag Queen, Best Free Publicity, Best Party Pooper
Art and rabbits and dictators and screwy geniuses
First thing you do is pick a fight with the police department, then you take on the world with a Website: www.hialeahsucks.com
Karaoke Horror Show
¡Ño, Qué Punk!
From the issue of March 22, 2001
Owner John Brunetti is determined to save Hialeah Park, but market pressures may spell doom after 76 years of racing
Rolando Bolaños lied and got away with it, but stay tuned
The Hialeah Music Festival
Waste dumps, illicit lobbying, paid supporters, hidden agendas. Or politics as usual in Miami-Dade County.
Manolin returns to Cristal
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
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?
An El Nuevo Herald reporter quits and becomes the political story in Hialeah
In the soap opera that is Hialeah politics, Herman Echevarria might be poised to supplant Raul Martinez as leading man.
Try as she might, Judge Victoria Sigler finds it difficult to keep on the sunny side of life in her Hialeah courthouse
Hialeah City Council members take an unprecedented legal step to protect their reputations
County bureaucrats aren't the only ones who get to have cellular-phone fun
When it comes to crimes of passion, Hialeah is Dade's undisputed champ. Unfortunately, the competition never lets up.
If that's really Hialeah city employees draining storm water into the county sewer system, they're in deep doo-doo
Raul Martinez is facing ten years in prison for public corruption. Hialeah voters want him to be their mayor anyway. What a town!