Miami Herald, Tampa Bay Times

Miami Herald

Tampa Bay Times

Contact Miami

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • Tampa Bay Times

Recent articles by Miami:

Florida high school athletes may have to submit menstrual histories

One advocate raised questions about further stigmatizing transgender students. → Read More

Black leaders blast College Board’s changes to AP African American Studies course

Topics that Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration raised concerns about are seemingly absent from the final course curriculum. → Read More

‘Impossible’ parking fees, puzzling diner bills: Retracing George Santos’ steps in Miami

Santos has struggled to fully explain his campaign reports. → Read More

DeSantis proposes death penalty for certain sex crimes, increased punishment for fentanyl

The governor, who is widely expected to be eyeing the presidency, raised several tough-on-crime proposals. → Read More

Sen. Rick Scott to run for reelection, forgo run for president

He will run for a second term in the U.S. Senate. → Read More

Florida man arrested with largest child porn collection ever seen by deputies, sheriff says

The man is facing nearly 1,200 counts of child pornography. → Read More

White House says DeSantis is making a ‘mockery’ of migration response in Florida

Federal officials said the Florida National Guard is only serving in a supporting role to existing federal operations. → Read More

A Florida woman is charged with killing an endangered Key deer. Was it a crime or mercy?

Some say the deer was killed out of compassion after it was injured. The woman who shot it could face a year in prison. → Read More

DeSantis aide used private email in talks with ex-client over migrant flights contract

Larry Keefe, DeSantis’ public safety czar, used a private Gmail address that displayed his name as “Clarice Starling.” → Read More

Iguanas will fall from trees in Florida cold. Officials say to leave them alone.

Though iguanas may look dead, they are still very much alive — and potentially dangerous if you mess with them. → Read More

What the Jan. 6 committee revealed about Publix heiress Julie Fancelli’s involvement

Fancelli spent millions, but may not have gotten what she paid for. → Read More

Coast Guard searching for 9 people off Florida after Cuban migrant boat capsizes

The agency said Monday that boaters rescued one man from the water Sunday, and he said he was one of a group of 10 migrants who left Cuba on Dec. 10. → Read More

Trial begins Monday for Miami-based ex-Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio. Will he testify?

Tarrio and four other senior members of the white nationalist group will stand trial in federal court in Washington, D.C. → Read More

Florida OnlyFans model accused of killing boyfriend to stay jailed until trial

Courtney Clenney must remain behind bars until she’s tried for the April 3 slaying of Christian Obumseli at their luxury Miami apartment, a judge said. → Read More

What happens to people who die at sea trying to migrate? It falls to the Florida Keys.

The local morgue is feeling the pressure, with increasing numbers of dead. → Read More

Group of Cubans lands in Florida Keys on a boat. Migrant numbers soaring at record clip

Since Oct. 1, the Coast Guard has already stopped 2,243 people at sea heading for South Florida. → Read More

Former pro boxer bought AK-47, planned mass shooting at Florida gym, police say

Azea Augustama, 39, of North Miami was charged with two felony counts of issuing written threats to commit a mass shooting, and one count of threatening to kill. → Read More

Florida doctor uses laughing gas, sedatives to rape women during procedures, police say

The women say Dr. Eric Andrew Salata assaulted them while they received cosmetic medical treatments at Pura Vida, according to officials. → Read More

Over $1.4 million so far unaccounted for in Florida’s migrant flights program

The state has so far not released a detailed breakdown of Vertol’s spending. → Read More

A Florida ob/gyn played anesthesiologist for fatal Brazilian butt lift, state says

The only disciplinary action on the ob/gyn’s license is from 2019, but it also involves the death of a patient. → Read More