La Ermita in Coconut Grove is reenergized

Long the home of older Cuban exiles, la Ermita de la Caridad del Cobre is appealing to younger, more recent arrivals from the island.


Hialeah mayor’s testimony highlights own involvement in lending schemes

Carlos Hernandez, Hialeah’s current mayor, testified as a government witness in the tax-evasion trial of his predecessor, Julio Robaina.

Politics / Analysis

Immigrant tuition bill opens rift in Republican party

The abrupt announcement that a bill to give some undocumented immigrants in-state tuition would not, in effect, get a vote in Tallahassee caught Gov. Rick Scott and other Republicans by surprise.


Firefighter charged with sharing child porn

Detectives have arrested a Miami-Dade firefighter after he allegedly shared over a dozen illicit images while using the most public of social media sites: Twitter.

Ultra Music Festival

Hiring ex-police chief is part of Ultra’s efforts to stay in Miami

In an effort to save the popular Ultra Music Festival from being kicked out of downtown Miami, the outdoor party’s organizers have enlisted the help of Miami Beach’s outgoing police chief.


Miami is one of the most expensive places to pay rent

Residential rentals are scarce and prices are soaring in many areas — but especially South Florida.

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