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Local Aviation Expert Weighs In On Changes To Make Flights Safer

The horrific and deliberate crash of the Germanwings flight into the French Alps is on the minds of travelers as they get ready to board flights…including hundreds on Lufthansa Airlines, which owns the carrier of the doomed flight.

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Cameras captured the daring rescue of two kayakers who were left stranded in South Florida waters. (Courtesy :Miami-Dade County Fire Dept.)

Caught On Camera: Rescue Of Stranded Kayakers In S.Fla.

Cameras captured the daring rescue of two kayakers who were left stranded in South Florida waters.

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House, Senate On Different Gambling Tracks

House and Senate leaders are taking divergent approaches to the perennially thorny issue of gambling, with the House vetting a soup-to-nuts gaming measure Thursday even as the Senate pursues negotiations with the Seminole Tribe of Florida.

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A bicyclist was killed in an early morning hit and run accident in Coral Gables. (Source: CBS4)

Bicyclist Killed In Hit And Run Crash In Coral Gables

A bicyclist was killed in an early morning hit and run crash in Coral Gables on Thursday.

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TAMPA, FL - AUGUST 30: U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (FL) speaks during the final day of the Republican National Convention at the Tampa Bay Times Forum on August 30, 2012 in Tampa, Florida. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney was nominated as the Republican presidential candidate during the RNC which will conclude today. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Rubio Seeks To Strip Gun-Control Authority From DC Officials

Senator Marco Rubio of Florida introduced a new bill that would ban local elected officials from enacting gun-control laws.

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Lawmakers Back New Specialty Tags, Higher Requirements

Lawmakers took steps Thursday that could cancel a fifth of the specialty license plates available in Florida but also advanced 26 more designs for motorists to pre-order.

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NEW YORK - 1958:  In this handout from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the skin of a patient after three days of measles infection is seen at a New York hospital in 1958.  Measles outbreaks have been reported throughout the U.S., with the latest reported February 5, 2015 at a daycare in suburban Chicago where as many as five children under the age of one have been infected. (Photo by CDC via Getty Images)

Health Officials: International Traveler Had Measles While In South Florida

The Florida Department of Health has confirmed that an international traveler, who attended a conference in Central Florida and spent time in South Florida, had the measles.

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Hollywood Police have issued a reward for information leading to the arrest of these men.  (Courtesy: Hollywood Police Dept.)

Police Offer 5K Reward For Robbery Suspects

Hollywood Police are offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of two men involved in several robberies.

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Man Dies After Swallowing Drugs To Avoid Arrest

A Miami man who thought he could avoid a drug arrest if he swallowed the evidence ended up dead at a Ft. Lauderdale hospital.

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A car slammed into a Fort Lauderdale wine business on March 25, 2015, leaving a hole in the store. (Source: Twitter)

Car Slams Into Ft. Lauderdale Wine Business

A car slammed into a wine business in Fort Lauderdale, leaving a gaping hole in the store.

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SOBE Wine and Food Festival (Source: CBS4

Gastronomic Celebration At SOBE Wine & Food Festival

Here are pictures of some of the gastronomic delights at the 2015 SOBE Wine and Food Festival.

Another Snowstorm Hits Winter-Weary Boston Area

This Is Why We Live In South Florida

With extreme winter weather creating havoc up north, here’s a look at why we live in South Florida.

Castro's public appearances and statements have become increasingly infrequent since he stepped down from duties as president after a serious illness in 2006 and handed over leadership to his younger brother, Raul.  (Source: Randy Perdomo Garcia)

Fidel Castro Seen In Newly Published Images

Cuba has published the first photos of Fidel Castro in more than five months, showing the 88-year-old former leader engaged in what appears to be a lively conversation with a university student.

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