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The good news out of San Juan came in a hurry for Natascha Otero-Santiago but it wouldn't last long: Her mother's 92-year-old friend, stranded on... [Read More]
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Hialeah's mayor on Tuesday revealed a city investigation of the county's ethics board over its well-publicized seminar on doing business in Cuba, escalating a feud... [Read More]
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Expanding Metrorail largely depends on Washington contributing hundreds of millions of dollars in transit aid, making U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao the key player in... [Read More]
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With Metrorail increasingly unreliable and elected leaders demanding billions for expanded service, Miami-Dade's transit union led a "transit march" up U.S. 1 on Monday, protesting... [Read More]
After fleeing Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, a new challenge awaits: securing a job on the mainland. Among the hurdles: identification left on the island... [Read More]
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Miami International Airport closed for three days during Hurricane Irma, and shops, restaurants and other businesses operating there want a rent break through 2018 to... [Read More]
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After surviving repeal efforts, Miami-Dade's ban on pit bulls faces a lawsuit claiming the county law violates constitutional protections against governments seizing property. Two nonprofits,... [Read More]
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A judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit accusing Miami-Dade of improperly selling three acres of land to David Beckham and his partners for a soccer... [Read More]
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Miami-Dade commissioners again blocked extending the Dolphin Expressway southwest into Kendall because the expansion plan required the busy road to cross the boundary designed to... [Read More]
A truck toppled on the side of State Road 836 and a worker was rushed to the Ryder Trauma Center after the Wednesday morning accident. [Read More]
In exchange for nearly $400 million in tax money toward a ballpark, the Marlins agreed to share 5 percent of profits from a sale of... [Read More]
The mainstay pro tennis tournament held on Key Biscayne since 1985 closing in on move to property where Dolphins' Hard Rock Stadium is located in... [Read More]
Roughly six months after Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross proposed moving Miami's premier tennis tournament from Key Biscayne to his stadium in Miami Gardens, both... [Read More]
After voters rejected a grander plan, Miami-Dade this week unveiled a scaled-back vision for a new civil courthouse downtown, with smaller courtrooms, fewer bathrooms and... [Read More]
Miami-Dade closed its final Hurricane Irma shelter on Wednesday, officially capping the largest evacuation effort in its history. The final resident of the sprawling shelter... [Read More]
Miami-Dade this week waived permit requirements for residential fences damaged by Hurricane Irma, allowing homeowners to fix the fences without approvals provided the structures aren't... [Read More]
Miami-Dade County on Tuesday secured an eight-year delay in paying the Miami Dolphins a bonus of up to $5 million a year for hosting the... [Read More]
Miami-Dade commissioners on Tuesday rejected a ban on gay-conversion therapy for minors, saying the proposed crackdown would thrust local government into a parent's right to... [Read More]
Miami-Dade commissioners on Tuesday rejected a ban on gay-conversion therapy for minors, saying the proposed crackdown would thrust local government into a parent's right to... [Read More]
The owner of land designated for a new sewage treatment plant in western Miami-Dade wants a judge to block construction of the facility, saying the... [Read More]
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