Under county law, business owners who speak to city officials must register as lobbyists. In Miami Beach, that means paying a $500 registration fee plus $350 per issue. After an outcry, Miami Beach may waive the fees for business owners.
A man in a stolen car sped through a stop sign in Little Havana early Wednesday morning, causing a collision with a marked police car and sending the officer to the hospital with a broken arm and displaced hip, Miami police said.
The owner of Galley Art in Aventura is on a mission to find his 18-year-old rat terrier named Skyler after he says his 'child' vanished Monday after the dog followed a customer out the door. He is offering a $2,500 reward.
The online shopping giant Amazon is teaming up with Miami-based Lennar Corp., the largest home builder in the U.S., to integrate Alexa smart-home technology into every new house. Model homes, known as Amazon Experience Centers, are now open in various cities, including the Satori Executive Estates at 16201 NW 87th Court in Miami Lakes.
Triple Five, the Canada-based developer behind the proposed American Dream Miami mega-mall in Northwest Miami-Dade, is under contract to buy the Archbishop Curley-Notre Dame High School in Little Haiti.
Cutler Bay resident Dustin Hughes has been charged with willfully making a bomb threat by telephone after, authorities say, caller ID and voice comparison indicate Hughes left four such messages at Jamaet Ul Muttaqueen in Pembroke Pines.
Eric Rivera, convicted of murdering Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor in 2007, wanted a reduced sentence. He was originally given over 57 years in prison for the murder of the former University of Miami star safety.
Miami-Dade police officers were called late Tuesday night to assist the Florida Highway Patrol on Florida's Turnpike in Southwest Miami-Dade after a report of possible shots being fired, Miami-Dade police confirmed.
The felony charge against New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson from last year's Rolling Loud music festival was dropped when other officers didn't back up the story of Miami police Captain Javier Ortiz
Under a new grant, University of Miami public health experts will work with community groups and Miami-Dade Public Schools to survey youths on social issues in Liberty City, Brownsville, Westgate, West Little River and Allapattah.