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Bishop Richardson to be honored at ...

Bishop Richardson to be honored at Church of God Tabernacle

It isn’t every day that a 91-year-old is physically strong enough to stand in the pulpit and preach a soul-stirring sermon. Bishop Walter H. Richardson is such a man.
Traffic is main concern for Miami B...

Traffic is main concern for Miami Beach residents worried about soccer stadium

A Major League Soccer stadium at PortMiami would create a traffic nightmare, Miami Beach residents said Wednesday at a town hall meeting.
Statewide crime is down, while murd...

Statewide crime is down, while murders, rape, robberies are up in Miami-Dade, report shows

The Uniform Crime Report released Wednesday by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement shows crime is at its lowest in Florida in 43 years.
Robaina’s wife testifies the...

Robaina’s wife testifies the couple didn’t cheat the IRS

Raiza Robaina, wife of the former Hialeah mayor, testified that the couple made mistakes on their tax returns but didn’t break the law.
Miami Heat, Mayor Gimenez clash on ...

Miami Heat, Mayor Gimenez clash on proposed deal over AmericanAirlines Arena

The team sent out an email saying it had a deal for a 10-year extension to play at the arena, but Mayor Carlos Gimenez said not yet.
MIA director rounds out executive t...

MIA director rounds out executive team

A year on the job, the director of Miami International Airport has made four top hires.

7NEWS

Veteran threatening suicide on over...

Veteran threatening suicide on overpass surrenders

DAVIE, Fla. -- A disgruntled Vietnam Veteran threatening to take his own life on a Turnpike overpass has surrendered to SWAT members.
Firefighters discover 'illegal acti...

Firefighters discover 'illegal activity' inside burning home

MIAMI -- Crews responding to a house fire that put a dog in harm's way Sunday were surprised to discover what officials are referring to as "illegal activity."
Local parishes send relief help to ...

Local parishes send relief help to victims in Philippines

NORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, Fla. -- A group of parishioners across South Florida are coming together to help send supplies to the victims affected by one of the worst storms ever to hit the Philippines.
Haslem, Riley participate in Heat V...

Haslem, Riley participate in Heat Veterans Day event

DORAL, Fla. -- Miami's hometown basketball team gave a special salute to the nation's veterans Monday during an event they hosted to honor the children of military families.
Parking employee causes chaos after...

Parking employee causes chaos after tossing keys

MIAMI -- Several dozen cruise passengers are missing their keys after leaving their cars at a valet parking location near PortMiami.
Rescued loggerhead turtle treated a...

Rescued loggerhead turtle treated at Miami Seaquarium

KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. -- Officials are treating an injured turtle after it was rescued from a canal.

JustNews

Free driving safety course offered ...

Free driving safety course offered for the elderly

The purpose of CarFit is to promote conversations between older drivers and their families about driving safety and help seniors improve the 'fit' of their vehicles.
Roads to close ahead of Miami Merce...

Roads to close ahead of Miami Mercedes-Benz Corporate Run

Roads in downtown Miami will be closed Thursday afternoon and evening, as more than 25,000 runners participate in the Mercedes-Benz Corporate Run. Check out the road closures here. 
Heat to stay in Miami additional 10...

Heat to stay in Miami additional 10 years

The love affair between South Florida and the Heat may be around for years and years to come.
Woman steals beer from 7-Eleven, in...

Woman steals beer from 7-Eleven, injures clerk

Police are trying to find a woman who stole $20 worth of beer and hurt the clerk as she took off.
Man robs Family Dollar store, threa...

Man robs Family Dollar store, threatens to kill clerk

Police are trying to identify a man who robbed a Family Dollar store in Miami Gardens.
Small fire leads to movie theater e...

Small fire leads to movie theater evacuation

A smoke alarm that went off at a Miami Beach movie theater sent moviegoers rushing outside of the Regal Cinema.

NBC Miami

NSU Launches Online Shark Tracker

NSU Launches Online Shark Tracker

Nova Southeastern University has launched an online shark-tracking website to monitor sharks.Photo Credit: Nova Southeastern Univerisity
Slaughtered Horse Found in Miami Ga...

Slaughtered Horse Found in Miami Gardens

Gruesome discovery made outside business on Northwest 163rd Street.
Officials Look for Shooting Suspect...

Officials Look for Shooting Suspect at Opa-locka School

A nearby shooting left Dr. Robert B. Ingram School on lockdown Wednesday morning.Photo Credit: NBC 6 South Florida
Tomica to Make Plea Deal in Fatal M...

Tomica to Make Plea Deal in Fatal Miami Beach Hit-And-Run

20-Year-Old charged in hit-and-run crash that killed chef expected to make plea deal Wednesday.Photo Credit: Miami-Dade Corrections
Woman Arrested in Miami Crash Invol...

Woman Arrested in Miami Crash Involving 5 Cars

Isis M. Cesar was arrested and charged with DUI manslaughter.Photo Credit: Miami-Dade Corrections
Stepfather Talks About Finding His...

Stepfather Talks About Finding His Son Dead In Lauderdale Lakes

Marlon Channer found his stepson dead when he came home just before 4 o'clock Monday afternoon.Photo Credit: NBC 6 South Florida

CBS4

Mother Charged With Child Abuse & N...

Mother Charged With Child Abuse & Neglect After 3-Year-Old Dies

Selena Perez-Perez is accused of child abuse and neglect. (Source: Miami Dade.Gov)An 18-year-old mother has been arrested for child abuse and neglect five days after the death of her three-year old son.
Fire Forced Evacuation Of South Bea...

Fire Forced Evacuation Of South Beach Theater

(Credit: Thinkstock)A fire forced the evacuation of a South Beach movie theater Wednesday night.
Feeling Cranky? Lack Of Sleep May B...

Feeling Cranky? Lack Of Sleep May Be To Blame

Sleep (Source: CBS4)Ground-breaking research at Nova Southeastern University is focusing on the link between your sleep habits and your level of emotion volatility.
Charlie Crist Launches Spanish Lang...

Charlie Crist Launches Spanish Language Website

WEST PALM BEACH, FL - APRIL 14:  Former Florida Republican Governor Charlie Crist, who is currently the leading Democrat trying to unseat incumbent Republican Gov. Rick Scott, greets people as he visits the Forum Club of the Palm Beaches held in the Cohen Pavilion at the Kravis Center on April 14, 2014 in West Palm Beach, Florida.  The former governor is showing a slight edge in the polls over Rick Scott as the campaign starts to heat up for the 2014 Florida gubernatorial election that will take place on November 4, 2014.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)With less than seven months to elections, former governor Charlie Crist has joined Governor Rick Scott in targeting the Hispanic vote.
BSO: Crime Rate Fell In 2013

BSO: Crime Rate Fell In 2013

BSO on the scene of a deadly shooting in Pompano Beach on Thanksgiving morning, Nov. 28, 2013. (Source: CBS4)In Florida and in the areas where the Broward Sheriff's Office provides service, the crime rate fell in 2013, officials said.
Heat Go Up 2-0, Hold Off Bobcats 10...

Heat Go Up 2-0, Hold Off Bobcats 101-97

MIAMI, FL - APRIL 23: Chris Andersen #11 of the Miami Heat dunks during Game Two of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals of the 2014 NBA Playoffs against the Charlotte Bobcats at AmericanAirlines Arena on April 23, 2014 in Miami, Florida. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. Mandatory copyright notice:  (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)LeBron James scored 32 points and added eight assists, Chris Bosh scored 20 points and the Miami Heat held on to beat the Charlotte Bobcats 101-97 on Wednesday night to take a 2-0 lead in the teams' Eastern Conference first-round series.

Miami New Times

How to Get Rich in the Medical Mari...

How to Get Rich in the Medical Marijuana Business (or Go Broke Trying)

Inside a conference room at a Sheraton Hotel in Miami, Bob Calkin paces in front of a small stage, holding a microphone. The 50-year-old Los Angeles cannabis hustler with '80s rock-band hair flies around the United States, charging folks $299 a head to learn how to make a fortune dealing po &mdas...

Army's Hair Rule Is Racist

Army's Hair Rule Is Racist

The Pentagon is more concerned with enforcing a racist policy aimed at African-American female military personnel than addressing the Army's suicide epidemic among soldiers.

Earlier this month, the Army banned hairstyles typically worn by black women — twists, dreadlocks, and large ...

Glock Intimidates Toy Makers

Glock Intimidates Toy Makers

Vico Confino is a husky 81-year-old hell-raiser with a thick Brooklyn accent and an outsized presence — slicked-back thin white hair, piercing blue eyes, leathery South Florida skin — that seem cut straight from a Sopranos casting. Confino tosses F-bombs at waiters over bad ser...

BankUnited Targets Gun Store Owners...

BankUnited Targets Gun Store Owners, Local Seller Says

T.R. Liberti is not the type of man to mince words. His full name — Theodore Roosevelt Liberti — "sounds like a black football player," he jokes. His Costa Rican wife, Elizabeth, "is not like an immigrant. She comes from a wealthy family and is well-educated." As for his line of work ...

Miami New Times Cleans Up in Nation...

Miami New Times Cleans Up in National Prizes

When news broke last week that Senior Writer Michael E. Miller had won the 2014 Sigma Delta Chi award for nondeadline writing, it was just the cherry on top of an unparalleled year of national prize-winning for Miami New Times.

Miller's award comes for his feature story "Champ," wh...

Miami Beach Police Chief May Not Be...

Miami Beach Police Chief May Not Be Ultra's Security Savior

Still rocked by controversy over the near-fatal trampling of a security guard last month, Ultra Music Festival is turning to Miami Beach Police Chief Ray Martinez to save its standing in downtown Miami.

The festival is seeking to assuage the City of Miami, where Mayor Tomás Regalad...

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