The city of Miami Beach will likely have to tear down three pieces of the newly constructed seawall on Indian Creek Drive, a keystone to its sea level rise plan, after it was built without proper permits.
A spurt of office development and a new boutique hotel, hip shops and dining spots are fueling a gradual revival of Coconut Grove’s picturesque village center after a long downturn. Protective locals fear success could breed overdevelopment.
Aventura residents will vote on a charter amendment that would differentiate between term limits for city commissioners and the mayor and allow term-limited commissioners to run for mayor, starting in 2022.
Three Miami-Dade projects aiming to make the region more resilient to climate change got a brainstorming boost in a three-day workshop by Columbia University’s Center for Resilient Cities and Landscape’s Resiliency Accelerator.
A ballot question in South Miami asks voters whether the city should make it easier to relax its zoning regulations. If approved, a single commissioner would no longer be able to block a proposed revamp of the Shops at Sunset Place mall.
An 18-year-old man was killed after his motorcycle collided with a car making a left turn on U.S. 1 Thursday afternoon. The victim, whose name has not been released, died at the seen. Traffic was delayed as police investigated the crash.
The United States Department of Labor recently filed a lawsuit against Green Bean Packers, a food packaging plant in Florida City. According to court documents, since 2013, the company violated federal minimum wage laws by failing to pay more than 300 employees fair wages.
A man told police after meeting a woman at Miami, FL, hotspot E11even on Aug. 13, they went back to his friend’s place. When she left, he said, she had stolen his Rolex, 10 credit cards, and $500 cash.
Jurors convicted a man police said was drunk and behind the wheel of a BMW that killed a woman in Hialeah in 2012. At trial, the judge allowed a man in Cuba to testify via WhatsApp that he was actually the one behind the wheel.
Miami police are looking for the armed robber who hit a Liberty City Burger King on July 30 just before closing. After cleaning out the cash being counted in the office, he made the manager open the safe under the front counter.
The two federal agencies tasked with informing state and local officials about ongoing interference in Florida’s election systems say they have not seen any new or ongoing attempts to compromise local election infrastructure by Russians after Bill Nelson made the claim.