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Two Arrested In Separate Voter Fraud Cases In Miami-Dade CountyJust days into Florida's election process, two women have been busted in separate cases of violating the state's election laws.
Indie Film Moonlight Has Roots In MiamiAt the box office this weekend, a timeless story of self-discovery through very tough times, set right here in South Florida.
Disturbing New Details In Murder Of 65-Year-Old Cancer SurvivorThere are disturbing new details Friday night in the robbery and murder of 65-year-old grandmother from Kendall.
FBI Reviewing Clinton Emails In Light Of New InfoThe FBI is now investigating whether there is classified information in new emails uncovered during the sexting investigation of disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner, the estranged husband of one of Hillary Clinton's closest aides.
Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport Reopens After FedEx Plane Catches FireA landing gear malfunction caused a fire for a FedEx plane at the Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport that temporarily grounded flights and closed the airport.
Obama Returns To Florida For Hillary Amid New FBI Probe President Barack Obama returned to Florida Friday, stumping for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

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Heat Host Hornets For Season's Home OpenerThe Charlotte Hornets came within one win of advancing to the Eastern Conference semifinals last season but were crushed 106-73 in Game 7 at the Miami Heat.
Injury Report: Dolphins Thin At Tight End PositionThe Miami Dolphins went into their bye week feeling good thanks to a 2-game win streak, but that doesn't mean there aren't personnel issues to address, particularly at the tight end position.
Fantasy Football: Who To Start, Who To Sit For Week 8CBS Sports' fantasy football experts Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard lay out their must-start and must-sit players of the week.
Keidel: Rex Ryan Is Back... Or Is He?Charismatic head coach Rex Ryan is good for the NFL. And with with his Bills surging, he seems to be good for Buffalo... for now.
Marlins Owner Jeffrey Loria Makes His Pick For PresidentMiami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria has made his pick for the 2016 presidential election.
Jay Ajayi Raises Dolphins Post-Season Hopes Grateful for great blocking that paved the way to his first career 200-yard game, Miami Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi offered to treat his offensive line to dinner.


Muhammad Ali's Greatest Words Of WisdomMuhammad Ali's cultural impact extended far beyond the boxing ring. With the release of "Muhammad Ali Unfiltered" you can read about all of his greatest moments and triumphs.
Homemade Loaded Hummus Recipe From Jennifer FarleyDo you believe everything is better with hummus? Spice up your life with this loaded hummus recipe from Jennifer Farley, author of "The Gourmet Kitchen."
Top Spots To Learn About South Florida HistoryThe history of South Florida is as diverse as the residents who live here. Greek, Spanish, Cuban, American Indian, and many other cultures are represented by the residents living and working in the Southern part of Florida. Learning about the history of Florida can be both educational and fun. Railroad museums, archeology museums, even the architecture has historical significance. Check out some of the venues listed below and learn about the glorious history of South Florida.
Top After-School Activities For Families Near South FloridaMany after-school events often involve parents cheering their kids on from the sidelines. But there are lots of other activities which promise fun for everyone. The whole family can take a hayride, volunteer at a pet rescue shelter, or creep through a Halloween haunted house together.
Top Pottery Shops In South FloridaBe sure to check out these local pottery shops in South Florida for some unique and beautiful pottery.
Visitor’s Guide To Downtown Fort LauderdaleOne of South Florida's greatest tourist treasures is the City of Fort Lauderdale. For history buffs, the city is named after a series of forts built by the United States during the Second Seminole War. Fort Lauderdale is a popular vacation spot because the sun shines almost all the time and the temperatures remain warm and inviting year-round. A tremendous variety of activities will keep visitors busy for their entire stay, ranging from golfing and boating to shopping and shows. This is the ultimate travel location that welcomes visitors from all over the world every day of the year.

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