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Starting at 7 a.m. on Monday morning Miami-Dade fireboats will officially be back in service.
After a serious crash at a local eatery, where a car plowed into a group of people dining outside, CBS4 News learned not only does that restaurant not have a permit for outdoor dining, but according to the City of Miami’s Public Works Department, neither do any of the other businesses on that strip along NE 2nd Avenue and 46th St.
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The Magic City might not be so magical for pet shops anymore, as city officials move forward with a plan to ban the sale of puppies.
After sitting idle at the Port of Miami in 2012, Miami-Dade’s fire boats may soon be back in service. Late Wednesday afternoon, Miami-Dade Fire Chief Ray Downey said there is a tentative agreement to place the county’s fire boats back in the water and responding to calls.
A Miami Beach Police Department spokesperson said Christopher Vital, 29, was charged with driving with a suspended license, possession of narcotics, DUI, and criminal mischief.
A City of Miami Fire Rescue Lieutenant, arrested for solicitation of a minor, bonded out of jail Thursday morning and has been placed on a relieved of duty status.
More than a thousand locals lined up Friday morning for several hours under the scorching sun and heat in Miami for a box full of food.
An early morning search for two men accused of burglary ended with accused jumping off the Rickenbacker Causeway near Key Biscayne.