A Hialeah police officer made a slick discovery Monday when he picked up a Lo-Jack signal and discovered an abandoned tractor-trailer that had been hauling more than 18 tons of canned Crisco cooking oil.
Miami’s Historic Preservation office wants to defer a vote Tuesday on the Bay of Pigs Museum after learning that the board that runs the institution opposes an effort to declare the property a cultural landmark.
The cause of a Hialeah fire that took the life of one person and sent three others to the hospital remains unclear, and damage to the apartment was too extensive to tell where the blaze started, authorities said.
Accompanied by immigrant doctors and nurses who are studying to reinsert themselves in the U.S. mainstream labor market, the organization Solidaridad Sin Fronteras (Solidarity Without Borders) celebrated the 10th anniversary of its foundation at its Hialeah headquarters.
A couple that worked for a week promoting electoral candidates outside a voting precinct in Hialeah complained on Monday that the well-known political strategist Sasha Tirador had fired them and refused to pay them for the days worked.
Despite limiting himself to saying in the last two years that he did not discard privatizing garbage pickup service, Hialeah Mayor Carlos Hernández has quietly taken the first steps to do it, according to a city financial report.