An Aventura police officer legally issued a ticket to a driver for making an illegal right turn on a red light that was captured by the city’s red-light cameras, a district appellate court ruled Wednesday. But the court urged the Florida Supreme Court to take up the issue.
Over a span of more than five years, staff members of a Northeast Miami-Dade nursing home managed to bilk a former client out of more than $2 million, an attorney representing the man’s son claimed in a lawsuit recently filed in Miami-Dade Circuit Court.
A month after federal agents thwarted a potential terror attack at Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center, hundreds of people gathered at the synagogue Sunday to mark the 68th Anniversary of Israel’s independence.
For some students, completing a school project is just another assignment for a grade, but for 18-year-old Armando Martinez, it turned into Florida’s first ever-CREAM franchise, a dessert company specializing in the ice cream cookie sandwich.
After plans for a new high school unleashed community backlash over traffic and issues of race and class, district leaders announced sweeping new plans to make room for 1,000 more students in Northeast Miami-Dade.
George Katzman helped liberate thousands of Holocaust victims from the Dachau and Langwasser Lager concentration camps in Germany during World War II. The university professor spent much of his life as a living witness to the horrors of war.
Highland Oaks Middle School student Daniel Andrade was one of more than 300 children who attended state Sen. Oscar Braynon’s annual Choice Challenge, held May 7 at Florida International University’s Kovens Center in North Miami.
Bernardo Quezada Salas, an official at Mexico’s powerful and allegedly corrupt teachers union, and his family spent millions for Brickell and beachfront condos. That raises more questions about mystery money pouring into Miami real estate.