Colorful but violent personalities roamed the streets of Miami in the late 1970s and early 1980s when cocaine came to town and drug lords helped make it the murder-capital of America. In “Hotel Scarface,” journalist Roben Farzad recounts the story…
By Elizabeth Flock
A new book tells the real-life story behind what inspired the movie "Scarface."…
By Michael Biesecker and Jason Dearen, Associated Press
The Associated Press surveyed six of the 54 Superfund sites in Florida before Irma's arrival, all around Miami in low-lying, flood-prone areas.
By Michael D. Regan and Corinne Segal
"If you have been ordered to evacuate anywhere in the state, you need to leave right now. Not tonight, not in an hour, now," said Florida Gov. Rick Scott.
Florida Governor Rick Scott is scheduled to update the public about his state's preparations before Hurricane Irma makes landfall this weekend.
By Nsikan Akpan
As Hurricane Irma churns north of the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba, before setting its course toward the U.S., here are some numbers you should keep in mind.
By PBS NewsHour, Frank Carlson
This past weekend, Miami hosted Art Basel, the largest art fair in the country. The annual event draws people from across the globe: this year, 269 galleries from 29 countries participated. While the Zika scare may have suppressed attendance slightly,…
By PBS NewsHour
A 21-gun salute launched Cuba’s week of mourning for Fidel Castro, who passed away Friday night at 90. But in Miami, it was a day of celebration for the many who see the former leader’s death as the conclusion of…
By Corinne Segal
The streets of Miami's Little Havana were exuberant early Saturday morning as Cubans celebrated the death of Fidel Castro.
The 33rd annual Miami Book Fair, hosted at Miami Dade College, has gathered hundreds of authors and readers for a three-day event that lasts Nov. 18-20.
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