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Thousands Line Up For Free Holiday Food Baskets In Little HavanaThousands lined up in chilly temperatures to get their free holiday food baskets early Wednesday morning in Little Havana.
Meningitis Suspected Cause Of 2 Children’s Deaths At Downtown Miami Daycare CenterA Downtown Miami daycare has been shut down after two very young children got sick and died.
Broward County Commissioners Take First Step Towards Suing Drug Companies Over Opioid CrisisBroward County commissioners gave the go ahead Tuesday to sue drug companies because of the opioid crisis.
Terminated Firefighters Fight To Keep Their Jobs After Racist IncidentSix Miami firefighters who were fired after a black colleague found lewd images on family photos and a noose, are fighting to be reinstated.
3 Florida Men Charged With Animal Cruelty For Dragging Shark With Speed BoatFWC says 21-year-old Michael Wenzel, 23-year-old Spencer Heintz and 28-year-old Robert Lee Benac each face two felony counts of aggravated animal cruelty.
NTSB Cites Weak Safety Culture By Owner Of Sunken El FaroThe National Transportation Safety Board ripped the owner of the sunken cargo ship El Faro on Tuesday.
Mom Testifies For Second Day In 3rd 'Baby Lollipops' Murder TrialMore testimony Tuesday in the trial of a mother accused of murdering her 3-year-old son back in 1990.
Students Sickened After Taking Unknown Substance At SchoolFour students from Kinloch Park Middle School in Miami have been hospitalized after ingesting an unknown substance, say school officials.
Sketch Released Of Dangerous Man Wanted For Violent Home InvasionDo you recognize this man?  It’s a composite sketch of a man wanted for a violent home invasion in North Lauderdale.
Mentoring Matters: Shared Passion For Aviation Helps Mentor Get Mentee In The AirFor aviation enthusiasts, attending flight school sounds like a dream come true.
Would-Be Teen Burglar Shot in Fort LauderdaleA teenager, suspected of trying to burglarize a car in Fort Lauderdale, was shot early Tuesday morning.
Employees At Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Int’l Airport Demand Training For Emergency SituationsEmployees at FLL met with county commissioners Tuesday, demanding that workers be taught what to do in emergency situations.

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