On Monday, May 23, 2016, the high traffic of pedestrians, cars, and trucks across the Brickell Bridge causes travel to be frustrating and sometime unsafe. Miami's Downtown Development Authority says the Florida Department of Transportation has exa
The notorious intersection of Southeast Second Street and Southeast Third Avenue in downtown Miami is a chaotic, clogged and dangerous junction for pedestrians and drivers, who engage in aggressive jockeying for position every day.
Maker Faire Miami brought inventors and creative minds to Miami Dade College's Wolfson Campus in downtown Miami on Saturday, April 7, 2018 as hundreds of attendees made their way through diverse exhibits.
A Little Havana house torn down Thursday is one of several unsafe structures the city has destroyed so far this year. District 3 Commissioner Joe Carollo said the demolition is part of a renewed police effort to come down
Referring to climate change as “the biggest challenge the city of Miami will ever face,” Tomás Regalado reserved a rare forward-thinking moment during a reflective 2017 State of the City address to warn of sea-level rise.
County Commissioner Barbara Jordan wants to eliminate the free rides on downtown's Metromover system - a perk for riders that was part of the promises made during the 2002 half-penny transit tax campaign. Jordan argues that bus riders in other par
Miami-Dade County Commissioners approved a bailout for the Frost Science Museum in the amount of $49 million during a commission meeting Tuesday, April 5, 2016. Dr. Phillip Frost, along with new chairman of the Frost board, Cesar Alvarez, and Miam