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Seafood is a big part of South Florida's culinary scene and its culture. Conch, snapper, mahi mahi, grouper, marlin and stone crab -- they have... [Read More]
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The mayor of New York, America's largest and most expensive city to run, earns about $225,000 a year to serve as the municipal government's top... [Read More]
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More than 600 local policymakers and activists are set to share ideas on regional challenges at the Southeast Florida Climate Leadership Summit in Fort Lauderdale... [Read More]
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Equity is a growing focus in South Florida, as communities try to address problems like high housing costs and a car-centered transportation system that excludes... [Read More]
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Miami-Dade County is seeking public input on its plan to reduce traffic along six major travel routes into and out of downtown Miami. The county... [Read More]
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Dave Howard's background is in sports. He ran business operations for the company behind Madison Square Garden, and spent more than 20 years as an... [Read More]
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They call it "the fish that saved Biscayne." In the 1970s, conservationists were pushing for federal legislation to protect a portion of Biscayne Bay that's... [Read More]
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As Hurricane Irma churned through South Florida, Patrick O'Quinn felt trapped. He'd moved to Miami about three months before the storm and described himself as... [Read More]
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The women behind a Thanksgiving brunch in Little Haiti are hoping turkey will distract from the community's renewed concerns about immigration. [Read More]
Miami-Dade needs a community-wide "culture of resilience" before the next hurricane, a county commissioner argued in a new report. "Every individual, every household needs to... [Read More]
The next steps for the $400 million bond approved by city of Miami voters on Tuesday include developing criteria for selecting livability projects, officials championing... [Read More]
Right in the middle of Fort Lauderdale's historic Sistrunk neighborhood -where crime, drugs and violence used to rule a community — there's a farm. And... [Read More]
Hotels and room-sharing services could become part of hurricane preparations in South Florida, say officials who are looking to encourage local evacuations for future storms.... [Read More]
When Miami voters head to the polls on Tuesday, they're going to find this question: Shall the City issue General Obligation Bonds in an aggregate... [Read More]
Ninety-four percent of Floridians live in areas experiencing more extreme heat days a year, according to a new study published Tuesday by the Natural Resources... [Read More]
They sound like environmental superheroes. "These teams are the planet's best hope to solve this problem," said Eric Eikenberg, CEO of the Everglades Foundation, describing... [Read More]
Responding to Facebook posts accusing them of unfairly dumping debris in underserved neighborhoods, Miami-Dade County said Tuesday the foliage downed by Irma is a problem... [Read More]
Fed up with piles of post-Irma debris in your neighborhood? You're not alone. Hundreds of South Florida residents have taken to social media to complain. [Read More]
Drones and batteries for traffic lights could be part of Miami-Dade's preparations for future hurricanes, according to county Transportation and Public Works Director Alice Bravo.... [Read More]
Resiliency is more than dealing with sea level rise, and Hurricane Irma made that point clearly, South Florida officials said at a post-Irma summit on... [Read More]
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