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More bad news for drivers who use the Venetian Causeway. Miami-Dade’s top engineer told the Venetian Way Neighborhood Alliance Tuesday night that due to massive structural problems the westernmost section of the bridge will have to be demolished and replaced.
Peanut butter, sardines and cabbage may be healthy options for some scrupulous dieters. But Florida prison inmates whose kosher meals are comprised primarily of those three staples served cold seven days a week say the chow isn’t just nutritionally inadequate, it’s plain gross.
A Miami Herald reporter held in Venezuela against his will arrived in Miami on Sunday. Andean bureau chief Jim Wyss arrived aboard an American Airline flight which landed at Miami International Airport at 10:38 a.m.
With the amenities of a world class hotel, and the comforts of a luxury home, the St. Regis Bal Harbor Resort and Residences is the epitome of “Living Large.”
Ten dogs are now safe after they were saved from what is believed to have been part of a cruel trend in dog fighting called “trunking.”
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- Portion Of Venetian Causeway To Be Demolished, Replaced 04/23/2014
- Controversy Over Kosher Meals In Florida Prisons CBS Miami–04/11/2014
- Miami Herald Reporter Detained In Venezuela Back In Miami CBS4–11/11/2013
- Living Large At Exclusive & Inclusive St. Regis Resort CBS4–05/03/2013
- Dogs Rescued From Cruel Game Called “Trunking” CBS4–05/03/2013