Two Monroe County men who won the right to marry have asked the state’s appeal be sent directly to the Florida Supreme Court, which could enforce the Keys ruling statewide.
Everyone loves good deals and merchandise liquidators make their living by bringing them to consumers. The industry is thriving.
As Ramadan comes to an end, Islamic leaders in the Miami area say the Muslim community is growing and continuing to embrace new cultures.
A father faces losing a sober house he opened in honor of his brain-damaged daughter he shot in the hospital.
Public corruption trial
Ex-lobbyist Richard Candia, described by prosecutors as a ‘bag man,’ will testify against suspended Miami Lakes Mayor Michael Pizzi at federal bribery trial.
A shopping center and apartments planned for sensitive pine rockland have renewed worry over a proposal to turn Zoo Miami into an Orlando-style attraction.
Ruben Ramirez, who won last year’s python-hunting contest, continues to pursue the constrictors out of passion — but he wouldn’t mind a little pay for his work, either.
A federal judge ruled last week that the county should have delayed building-code violation proceedings against the soldier when he asked for a stay while he was in Iraq.
WEST LITTLE RIVER SLAYING
Two days after he was arrested by federal agents in Miami Beach, a man accused in the killing of his girlfriend is being held without bond following an outburst during a brief court appearance.
In My Opinion
There are new windscreens on the fences surrounding the Dolphins’ practice facility at Nova Southeastern University in Davie. They bear a new message this season, one written unmistakably in 6-foot tall white, block letters against a turquoise background: