Author: Joey Flechas

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A federal judge has dissolved the Pottinger Agreement, a consent decree that prevented Miami police from arresting the homeless for loitering. The decision removes key... [Read More]
Residents of the six artificial islands stretching along the Venetian Causeway between downtown Miami and South Beach have a lot in common. Their kids go... [Read More]
Cassandra Strozier waved her hand as she scanned downtown Miami, gesturing toward the streets she used to sleep on. The 54-year-old explained her effort to... [Read More]
When it comes to binge watching, Twilight Zone marathons started it all. But here's a few other shows worthy of gorging yourself. [Read More]
A longtime restauranteur is being elected to the Bal Harbour Village Council after his only opposition, a sitting councilwoman, withdrew from the race. Richard "Buzzy"... [Read More]
Miami administrators say their main office downtown, a 10-story tower on the north bank of the Miami River, is out-of-date, expensive to maintain and too... [Read More]
A plan for a poker room and jai alai fronton in Edgewater may be hitting a snag after Miami commissioners moved to regulate gambling in... [Read More]
Miami commissioners tweaked a proposal on Thursday to raise parking rates citywide so Miami residents who register with the city don't have to pay the... [Read More]
The fate of Ultra Music Festival's future in Miami is in the hands of Miami city commissioners, who on Thursday will consider a new five-year... [Read More]
Miami's government might raise parking rates across the city for the first time since 2009, in some cases by as much as $1.50 per hour.... [Read More]
Tags: Miami - parking - public
U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis submitted a resignation letter on Monday to House Speaker Paul Ryan, saying it was "effective immediately." "As the Republican nominee for... [Read More]
Miami voters will cast ballots in the November election on whether they want to make Mayor Francis Suarez the most powerful person in the city... [Read More]
The tires blew out on Formula One's hopes of hosting Miami city officials at the Singapore Grand Prix when Mayor Francis Suarez asked administrators on... [Read More]
Miami Commissioner Joe Carollo is suing his own government to stop a referendum that could make Mayor Francis Suarez the most powerful individual in the... [Read More]
Two men, each powerful in his own way, are pulling Little Havana in opposite directions. On one side, a wealthy Little Havana nightclub owner and... [Read More]
Two beloved cultural institutions in Wynwood that helped to popularize the neighborhood will be ceding their spaces to a large mixed-use development by the largest... [Read More]
Labor Day has been a washout in South Florida. It's clearly been a day for snuggling under blankets, drinking tea with honey (or something else)... [Read More]
Even though a Formula One Grand Prix won't run in downtown Miami until 2020, organizers are planning a festival for racing fans in October —... [Read More]
Former Miami Beach mayor Philip Levine's bid for governor ended with Tuesday's primary election, when Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum unexpectedly emerged from a thick field... [Read More]
Miami voters approved allowing Jungle Island's owners to build a 300-room hotel on city-owned Watson Island, clearing a path for a major project proposed for... [Read More]
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