Law school costs a lot. Duh. But did you know which law schools sack their grads with the highest average debt? You probably didn't, and because U.S. News & World Report has made a franchise out of ranking every possible thing related to the sophisticated criminal enterprise known as American high ... More >>
How did Miami drivers become the worst in the state? If clues exist, they're buried inside a mammoth beige building tucked behind palm trees off Flagler Street just South of Doral. Here, down a hallway whiter than a psychiatric ward, are the offices of Alex Hanna — South Florida's most succe ... More >>
The Miami International Film Festival, which ended Sunday, has announced its competition winners. The Best Miami Mini Film was awarded to Where It Stops by local filmmaker Kyle Shea. As you'll see in the above clip, it's an intense and uncomfortable short film about aging. Yet with all the gambling ... More >>
President Obama's relationship with religion is complex, but you can't accuse him of not being thoughtful. When it comes to appointing an ambassador to the Holy See, all but President George W. Bush's third and final appointee have been chosen much like any other Ambassador -- big time don ... More >>
Six students in Carol City High's tragic class of 2006 were murdered. Hope survives.
Hialeah, a city that voted strongly for John McCain and his running mate Sarah Palin, looks like it's going to get a vastly inexperienced ex-beauty queen politician after all. Last Tuesday, the city council unanimously voted to appoint 21-year-old Katherine Cue to a seat vacated by Steve Bovo, who ... More >>
This author is one of the victims.
Sad stories and otherwise freaky tales.
I'm climbing out from under the hideous perception of "felon"
"If an egotistical narcissist wishes to make 10,000 people uncomfortable, she shouldn't charge $200 per ticket"
Just Making Bagels
After an exhaustive search that lasted roughly five minutes, Miami's city fathers found just the man to replace Art Teele
Old-schoolers know that The Eat were the original Miami punks
Life lessons from Mutiny nights
After firing his gun at a police officer, Mario Barcia's life has gone from bad to wretched
And then there were three ... North Miami Mayor Celestin's job candidate cuts anything but average
Ostensibly neutral legal observers say they were selectively hassled during FTAA
They're young, they're idealistic, they're in for a wild ride
Poking fun Miami-style
Although the Liberty City Charter School helped make Jeb Bush governor, four years on it's barely passing
The world according to public school board member Demetrio Perez includes exile philosophy, Elian propaganda, and old-Havana-school politics.
Eleven years after the ACLU sued the City of Miami for harassing homeless citizens, the plaintiffs will get their cash
A playboy's steamy sexual liaison leads to a tangled investigation and a police feud
How infuriating is Joe Blake? Let's put it this way: His attorney is accused of trying to have him murdered.
Superintendent Roger Cuevas and a few dozen of his top administrators received graduate degrees from diploma mills. No wonder Dade's schools are in such great shape.
A Cuban embezzler built it, anti-Batista guerrillas trained in it, Nicaraguan refugees lived in it, and Frank Robinson played baseball in it. Now somebody has to step to the plate and save Bobby Maduro Miami Stadium.
After ten years as city manager, Cesar Odio is still catching flak about his college education. Give the guy a break. Better yet, give him a diploma.
A county worker levels a charge of sexual harassment. Her employer is disciplined. Nobody is satisfied.