The miracle of life meet the nightmare of Miami traffic yesterday afternoon when a woman stuck in rush hour congestion gave birth on the shoulder of an exit ramp to the Dolphin Expressway. According to The Herald, Venezuelan visitor Ana Delia Bracho was being rushed to a hospital by family members ... More >>
A husband and wife are suing their Miami doctor over a botched circumcision that left their infant son with a "unsightly... and permanently scarred" penis. Steven and Keka Lorenzana of Coral Gables filed suit against South Miami ob/gyn Lissette Molina on May 11. The suit claims that Molina botched t ... More >>
There are bosses, and then there are bad bosses. Orlando Valdez would seem to fall into the second category, at least according to Angela Castillo. When Castillo, a South Miami Hospital CAT scan technician, found out that her brother had unexpectedly died last month, she says she told Valdez th ... More >>
Let's be honest. Even more than choosing a name, after the birth of a baby boy deciding whether to get the kid circumcised is usually the biggest decision parents have to make. Hey, that baby can go by a nickname or change it legally when he grows up, but once that foreskin is gone there's no get ... More >>
via Albert Kok/Wiki CommonsSpear fishing for barracuda, in this temperature no less, doesn't exactly seem like a fun time to Riptide. Add in a visit from an aggressive shark, and you've got yourself one lousy fishing trip. According to Local 10, 32-year-old Dreyser Chirino was doing just that thi ... More >>
LocalForget the ethical, legal, political and human concerns that would arise if the embargo on Cuba is lifted. How would it benefit me economically? [Reuters]If you have a bunch of umbilical cords taking up space in your closet, South Miami Hospital now has a donation bank. [Herald]The Ve ... More >>
He hasn't struck lately, but South Florida's fourth serial prostitute killer is likely still on the loose
Butterflies take over Fairchild
Ever since she hit bottom, Heather Klinker has devoted herself to helping others avoid the fall
Cruise lines throw workers overboard when it comes to providing urgent medical care.
Three women were manipulated in death by the person they trusted most in life
As the number of cesarean section deliveries in South Florida soars, some women use midwives to learn to trust their bodies and give birth naturally
Primal screen therapy
Mario Princigalli embodies the ugly side of beauty pageants
Maj. Frank Christmas, the Miami Police Department's top in-house investigator, finds himself the subject of a criminal investigation
This latin sensation is nothing new
The Biltmore Great South Florida Wine Festival
A hardened businesswoman takes to the streets to help prostitutes save themselves
Think Hunter S. Thompson had it rough with the Hell's Angels? Try messing with the cyclists on the Rickenbacker Causeway.
Aviation pioneer Jean Rich succeeded because she was smart and tough. But when she died, her family and her airline went into a tailspin.
Potential suicide. Sexual anxiety. Adolescent angst. No matter how hung-up you are, the counselors at Switchboard of Miami won't hang up -- or give up -- on you.
They say the first step to recovery is admitting your addiction. And now they say it on the radio.
If it's about John Doe having AIDS, you'd better not talk. You're probably not supposed to know in the first place.
Metro-Dade detective Ramesh Nyberg's novel approach features a hero addicted to hot peppers and a lot of local color
AFL-CIO union organizers are knocking on doors at Jackson Memorial Hospital, and the nurses are flinging them wide open