Author: Aaron Leibowitz

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Haunted by mass killings, schools are hiring Twitter and Facebook monitoring services to keep a constant watch on students. The companies say their success can't... [Read More]
here is little evidence the companies have helped ferret out brewing threats of violence, bullying or self-harm, according to a review of contracts, marketing materials... [Read More]
Antonio Assenza is a prototypical high-achieving South Floridian. A successful businessman who came to the United States from Venezuela in 1990, he runs a local... [Read More]
In the Republican primary for state House representative in District 119 in western Miami-Dade County, Analeen "Annie" Martinez has raised $80,000 more than any of... [Read More]
The ballot question on David Beckham's proposed soccer stadium has withstood its first legal challenge. A circuit court judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit that... [Read More]
After months of bickering between politicians over the future of the Shops at Sunset Place, the fate of the beleaguered mall may now lie in... [Read More]
In the race for Miami-Dade County Commission in District 6, Maryin Vargas is not intimidated by facing a veteran officeholder. Rebeca Sosa has held the... [Read More]
When a Miami developer learned that two "shotgun" homes he bought in Coconut Grove might become historic structures, he fought to stop it. That led... [Read More]
The amphitheater at Bayfront Park, one of Miami's signature performing arts venues downtown, will soon get a halo-like ring of solar panels and a retractable... [Read More]
Manolo Reyes was riding through Miami's Shenandoah neighborhood Monday afternoon with his assistant, Jose Regalado, when he spotted a stray shopping cart along Southwest 17th... [Read More]
The Miami Beach City Commission expanded the city's ban on plastic straws Wednesday to include sidewalk cafes, parks, marinas, piers and docks. Plastic stirrers were... [Read More]
A court hearing on the merits of the city of Miami's referendum on a soccer stadium and other development at the site of Melreese Country... [Read More]
When Stephen Cody approached the podium at a South Miami commission meeting in January, Mayor Philip Stoddard had a good idea of what he might... [Read More]
After five years David Beckham has spent trying to build a stadium for Miami's future Major League Soccer, what's another week? After a marathon the... [Read More]
Scores of supporters of First Tee Miami packed the Miami City Hall chambers Thursday morning, decked out in orange shirts and prepared to voice their... [Read More]
The last time the Homestead Temporary Shelter for Unaccompanied Children was open in 2017, 60 children would arrive some nights on a charter bus. Other... [Read More]
Cafe Creme in North Miami was the place to be last Friday morning for France's World Cup quarterfinal match against Uruguay. By the time Miami-Dade... [Read More]
David Beckham's five-year quest to establish a Major League Soccer team in Miami faces an important vote Thursday when Miami commissioners will consider asking voters... [Read More]
Scattered across a small coffee table in Richard Gonzalez's motel room this week were papers to keep him from becoming homeless. There was a resume... [Read More]
Scattered across a small coffee table in Richard Gonzalez's motel room this week were papers to keep him from becoming homeless. There was a resume... [Read More]
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