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Things got a little hot the popular Bimini Boatyard Bar & Grill during the lunch service. (Source: CBS4)

Kitchen Fire At Lauderdale’s Iconic Bimini Boatyard Restaurant

Things got a little hot the popular Bimini Boatyard Bar & Grill during the lunch service.

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Voter Registration For Primary Election Is Days Away

Plan on voting during the upcoming Primary Elections? It’s time to make sure you’re registered as the deadline is fast-approaching.

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Hurricane Mitch: Source: NHC

Study: Slightest Change Can Thwart Hurricane Season Forecasts

Scientists are learning more about why some hurricane seasons and storms are worse than others.

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Florida Capitol

Florida Judge Must Decide Whether To Delay Map Fix

A Florida judge is holding a hearing Thursday to decide when the state’s congressional districts will be redrawn.

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South Florida: One Of The Worst In The Country For Late Mail Deliveries

Cost cutting measures and a shrinking work force at the U.S. Postal Service has led to delivery delays across some parts of the country.

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Miami-Dade Commission  (Source: CBS4)

Miami Commission To Vote On Tax Cap

Miami city commissioners will vote Thursday on setting a tax cap for next year’s $552 million general fund.

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Porfirio's restaurant (Source: CBS4)

Taste Of The Town’s Porfirio’s Serves Up Authentic Mexican Cuisine

At first glance inside the all-new luxury dining spot Porfirio’s, with seating for 200 inside and 110 outside, it’s hard to believe it’s a 80-year- old boarding house.

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Judge Lynn Rosenthal

Broward Judge Pleads No Contest To Reckless Driving Charge

A Broward circuit judge was sentenced to three months probation after she pleaded no contest to a reckless driving charge.

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Jacques Calixte (Source: Miami-Dade Corrections)

Officials: Miami Man Stole Money Intended For Cancer Screenings

State officials announced they have arrested the owner and operator of the Haitian American Association against Cancer in Miami.

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With laptops open and pen to paper, more than a dozen high school junior and senior girls are learning to write software code at a special seminar in downtown Miami.  (Source: CBS4 Brian Andrews)

Learning To Code Can Lead To Big Money In South Florida

With laptops open and pen to paper, more than a dozen high school junior and senior girls are learning to write software code at a special seminar in downtown Miami.

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Papa Hemingway Look-Alike Contest In Key West

Papa Hemingway Look-Alike Contest In Key West

CBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer with Meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez, Meteorologist Michael Smith, Traffic Reporter Vanessa Borge and Meteorologist John Guaraldi at the 9th annual CBS4 Weather Day at Marlins Park. (Source: CBS4)

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A closer look at one of three signs at Eagles Nest warning divers of the dangers ahead. (Source: David Sutta)

Cave Diving: Beyond The Limit

Forget diving with sharks, if you head to Northern Florida you will find some of the riskiest divers on the planet. These divers will spend hours diving hundreds of feet below into caves miles long. CBS4′s David Sutta explores the dangerous sport of cave diving and took these pictures during his wild underwater adventure.

Zoo Miami is happy to announce the first time successful birth of highly endangered clouded leopards.  (Source: Ron Magill)

Endangered Clouded Leopards Born At Zoo Miami

Zoo Miami is happy to announce the first time successful birth of highly endangered clouded leopards.

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