Alexi C. Cardona
Alexi C. Cardona is a staff writer at Miami New Times. A Hialeah native, she's happy to be back home writing about Miami's craziness after four years working for Naples Daily News.
2 days ago | Lists
Florida's next legislative session doesn't begin until January, but already, lawmakers have filed dozens of bills with the potential to drastically change the way things are done here in the Sunshine State.
5 days ago | Real Estate
Another week, another study telling us what we already know about Miami's housing affordability crisis: The rent is too damn high, and residents of the Magic City are more burdened by rental costs than those of any other U.S. city.
8 days ago | News
A person barred from buying a gun under Florida law is also prohibited from buying ammunition — but currently, there's nothing to stop them from going to a gun shop and walking out with a few boxes of ammo.
12 days ago | News
Clifford Williams Jr. and his nephew Hubert Myers spent more than four decades in prison for a murder they didn't commit. The men were at a party in Jacksonville in the early hours of May 2, 1976, when two women in a nearby apartment were shot whi...
19 days ago | Crime
Just before 4 a.m. January 15, a Miami-Dade man woke up in his car outside a strip club with bruises on his face, his extremities bound, and his hands gruesomely burned.
19 days ago | Weather
King tides happen during storms; king tides happen when it's warm. Moon proximity makes oceans swarm. King tides during fall are the norm.