Chuck Strouse is the former editor in chief of Miami New Times. He has shared two Pulitzer Prizes and won dozens of other awards. He is an honors graduate of Brown University and has worked at newspapers including the Miami Herald and Los Angeles Times.
11 months ago | Broward News
This year, MyHeritage aims to distribute 5,000 free DNA test kits. The idea, according to spokesman Rafi Mendelsohn, is to bring together families separated by policies that require adoption files be closed.
11 months ago | Crime
The attorney who represented the families of Trayvon Marton and Michael Brown has now taken on the case of Delucca Rolle, the Tamarac teen who was slammed to the ground and pepper-sprayed in the face outside a McDonald’s last Thursday, April 18. “...
12 months ago | Broward News
The South Florida Sun Sentinel won a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, the biggest and most important of journalism's awards, for its coverage of the mass shooting at Parkland's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The committee cited a series o...
Jose Oliva, State's Second Most Powerful Politician, Starts Session Embroiled in Abortion Controversy1 year ago | Politics
Jose Oliva is the first Florida House of Representatives speaker from Miami since Marco Rubio. Tomorrow, as he gavels in the state's legislative session, the 46-year-old Hialeah Republican faces some of the thorniest issues in state history: pot, ...
1 year ago | Crime
Like most Soundcloud rappers, up-and-coming Treasure Coast hip-hop artist YNW Melly has a bunch of face tattoos. Curiously, the 19-year-old Melly had an artist ink the word "Sakchaser" on his forehead, just above his left eye. The tattoo honored a...
1 year ago | Marijuana
Two court decisions and a petition drive could spark a revolution.