Ana Alliegro is charged with several campaign-finance violations in a case involving a proxy candidate in the Democratic primary of 2012.
‘Tee off in Hezbollah’s back yard,’ Cavalry and Co.’s website promises.
Authorities hunting for the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner expanded their search on land and sea Tuesday, reflecting the difficulties in locating traces of the plane more than three days after it vanished.
Voters could get another stab at defining whether the elected property appraiser should be independent from County Hall.
Extreme sports, glitzy nightlife, brand-name fun: These are some of the lures that cruise lines float in their full-steam-ahead quest for first-time passengers.
GOLF | WGC-CADILLAC CHAMPIONSHIP
One after another, a parade of weary and frustrated golfers trudged off the Blue Monster course Friday, shaking their heads in exasperation.
Gov Rick Scott’s statement during the speech likely left listeners with the impression that his investment in the environment in general is a record, and that would be misleading.
Royal Caribbean says no to Beckham’s soccer plan, while PortMiami heads abroad to recruit other developers
David Beckham’s quest to bring soccer to PortMiami faces competition for the land he seeks. Among the rivals: Royal Caribbean.
Fashion icon Tommy Hilfiger has designs on the hotel world, with plans to buy and renovate the Raleigh as part of Hilfiger Hospitality.
Rob Ramirez was surrounded by houses, some just completed and others still under construction.
A group of four men were scared away from vandalizing vehicles in a Little Havana garage early Thursday after a woman saw them and honked her horn. But extensive damage had already been done
The principal of a small Pompano Beach charter high school was charged this week with sexually assaulting a female employee in October, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
City Manager Jimmy Morales will choose a new police chief, subject to the City Commission’s approval.
The Carnival Paradise put them ashore in the Cayman Islands, where authorities are likely to return them to Cuba.
AT&T said this week it is looking to hire about 200 people in South Florida and another 250 elsewhere in the state.
Tiger Woods has far more to worry about this week at the WGC-Cadillac Championship than a sore back.
Under a new rule, lawmakers, to be considered a resident of their district, must demonstrate that they live there. If such a rule sounds like a no-brainer, guess again.
Prosecutors on Wednesday released surveillance video of singer Justin Bieber urinating while at the Miami Beach police station.
The G-Man who interrogated Saddam Hussein after his capture during the U.S.-Iraq war has taken the reins of the FBI's Miami Field Office.
City of Miami
Miami City Commissioner Frank Carollo has settled an ethics complaint filed against him with the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust.
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