An ethics complaint has been filed against former Miami Beach Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez alleging that she violated county ethics rules and lobbied senior city officials on behalf of three companies.
An 18-year-old woman from Surfside, FL, made what investigators are calling a “credible threat” to Columbine High School and other Denver, Colorado schools as the 20th anniversary of the school shooting nears.
A woman was charged with grand theft and using someone else’s credit cards after police say she met a man at a South Beach hotel bar, went up to his room and left with his watch, jewelry and credit cards.
Cutler Bay, Florida, resident Ceairia Deveaux was arrested after, Miami Beach police say, two hit-and-runs around Lincoln Road and Collins Avenue in South Beach put one person in a coma among four people hospitalized.
A tourist from South Carolina told North Miami Beach police that Uber driver Emilio Lazaro Victores was on top of her, exposed, in his car’s front seat. She said he exposed her, too. He was charged with sexual battery.
Miami Beach High students make a documentary, “Names, Not Numbers,’’ that focuses on Holocaust survivors from World War II. The survivors tell grim stories of how they made it through the Nazi death camps.
The Miami Beach City Commission voted for new restrictions aimed at preventing the party from getting out of hand during spring break and holiday weekends. Some elected officials criticized the measures as “knee jerk” reactions, however.
The City of Miami Beach, Florida, announced that the MacArthur Causeway will be open Sunday instead of being shut down for shooting of the third “Bad Boys” movie starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.
Miami Beach police used a stun gun to subdue and arrest a homeless man near Lincoln Road on Friday, cellphone footage shows. Police said the man was combative and involved in a disturbance on a trolley.
Miami Beach Police Chief Daniel Oates says he’ll retire when his contract expires in June. Oates was hired in 2014 to clean up the police department after a series of embarrassing incidents, some of them deadly.