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Bizarre Break-In & Attack Eerily Similar To Tequesta Face-Biting IncidentA recently released 911 call of a bizarre break-in shares eerily similar qualities to the Tequesta face-biting attack.
Dolphins, Hard Rock Stadium Announce Partnership With UberThe Miami Dolphins are ready to show off the newly renovated Hard Rock Stadium and on Monday they did just that.
Miami Beach Residents Concerned Over Standing WaterResidents of Miami Beach are concerned over the amounts of standing water seen around town on Monday morning.
Nearly Two Million Floridians Have Already Voted In PrimaryNearly two million Floridians have already cast their ballots in this year's primary election.
Bunche Park Pool To Be RestoredAn old tradition is about to become new again in Bunche Park in Miami Gardens. The park's pool, where many in the community learned to swim, has been off limits over the last 15 years because it had fallen into disrepair.
Plantation Soccer Coach Accused Of Sexually Abusing TeenA soccer coach who used to teach at a private school School in Plantation is accused of sexually abusing a student over a period of several years.
NW Dade Girl Brain Dead After Drive-ByA Miami-Dade father is fighting for his life after a weekend shooting in which his 8-year old daughter was shot in the head.
Tropical Depression 9 Soaking Cuba, Expected To Gain StrengthParts of Cuba are seeing torrential rain from Tropical Depression 9 as it continues moving into the southeastern Gulf of Mexico.
Trump Plans Detailed Immigration Speech, Questions RemainIt's been a tent pole of his campaign for the White House since Day 1. Republicans nominee Donald Trump has always said if he was elected he would form a "deportation force" to eject the estimated 11 million people in the U.S. illegally.
Teen On Drugs Smashes Through Window, Attacks Mother, SonFor the second time this month, a teen suspected of being under the influence of powerful drugs has attacked a random couple in Martin County.
Court To Take Up Miami Gardens Mayoral Candidate AppealThe Florida Supreme Court has agreed to take up an appeal from a Miami Gardens mayoral candidate who was barred from Tuesday's ballot because a bank returned a qualifying-fee check.
Baby Struck By Bullet During Drive-ByA year old baby was injured after gunfire erupted outside a home where she was sleeping

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