Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness 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 talks about the importance of safe sex. When New York-based prophylactics company b Condoms approached me about doing a safe-se ... More >>
Kim Kardashian has been getting more than her fair share of press this week -- not all of it as glowing as the mother-to-be's complexion.First, Kim tweeted an acupuncture session; then she was trounced by critics for her supporting role in Tyler Perry's new movie, Temptation. To make matters wo ... More >>
While a nude alumnus of North Miami Beach High was busy chewing a homeless man's face off, Beyoncé was making headlines of her own some 1,200-miles from the gruesome scene now known as Miami's zombie apocalypse. Of course, Mrs. Jay-Z wasn't high on bath salts and going all cannibal. Instead, the ... More >>
Fresh off their devastatingly progressive move to legalize rabbit-dyeing, the Florida House passed another landmark law for human rights by banning, at last, state prisons from handcuffing pregnant women during live birth. Next on the agenda: Outlawing forced marathons for disabled veterans in ja ... More >>
It's always nice when we can work a positive story into our WTF Florida category, and yes this story of a woman giving birth on her sixth birthday counts. Don't worry though, she's actually 24. Her birthday is February 29th, AKA Leap Day. Which means both mother and daughter share the special bir ... More >>
Late on Tuesday, three Florida state senators -- Mike Haridopolos, John Thrasher and Mike Fasano -- pushed through a resolution honoring so-called "crisis pregnancy centers," a symbolic gesture that has outraged the abortion rights movement. The problem, advocates say, is that such centers have reli ... More >>
It figures that one of the first babies born in 2012 in Miami-Dade came into the world three weeks early because of a petty theft.Ana Johana Irias, 26, was using an ATM near Northwest 36th Street and 13th Avenue when a teenager drove by on a bike and snatched her $800 gold necklace from around he ... More >>
Morton Plant Hospital/St. Pete TimesAndreea Barbosa was born with two fully functioning uteruses, and she has put both to good work. On September 15, the 24-year-old Clearwater woman gave birth to two babies -- one from each uterus. Doctors say the chances of such a pregnancy happening are one in ... More >>
via Mahalie's FlickrThe University of Miami invited 149 women between their fifth and seventh months of pregnancy to one of its many research labs and split them into two groups. One group totally lucked out and got two complimentary massages every week. Massages in the name of science. The ... More >>
In 2007, the Healthy Start Coalition of Miami-Dade reported that certain cultural pockets of Miami-Dade really see no problem with teenage pregnancy. "However, some groups did not acknowledge that teen pregnancy is a problem. Most importantly, they expressed knowledge on frequent births to teen ... More >>
Hello, KittyI am a 42-year-old man who has never been married or had kids, but I'm finally ready for both. The problem is that most of the bachelorettes around my age are either ugly, have kids, or aren't able to get pregnant. I've been in contact with two women over the Internet; one lives in New M ... More >>
Or maybe not.
She's one of 5,000 people a year reported gone without a trace in Miami-Dade County.
A boorish mom, insensitive cops, and a deaf couple add up to nasty controversy.
Drink heavily and don't worry. That baby will be fine.
Kendall girl gives birth after complaining of stomach cramps
Saying she's treated no better than a stray cur, the fifth wife of Daddy's Girl millionaire Bruce McMahan breaks her silence
Celebrating 25 years of lithe bodies
La Ideal Baby Store
Meet Me in Miami
A chef's life leaves little room for baby
Bridget Garcia swears she was raped. The Aventura police chief says her story stinks. If anything stinks, it's the Aventura Police Department's own investigation.
Is Darrin McGillis a noble crusader for his late sister's kids, or a courtroom junkie who thrives on drama? Both, actually.
Discount Maternity Warehouse
Threats and Violence Lead to Tragedy
Raised in a family devastated by drugs and neglect, Porsche Williams became a mother at age twelve, and a murder victim at fifteen
A Pea in the Pod
Can the courts order a wronged father to keep quiet? David Ziskind doesn't think so.
A Haitian refugee is denied asylum after honestly answering a question about his wife's protracted pregnancy
It alters perceptions and skews the ability to tell right from wrong. Ultimately, it results in a dysfunctional society. But it's not a drug. It's the War on Drugs.