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Miami Could Be Latest South Florida City To Ban Puppy SalesThe 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.
More Than A Thousand Stood Under Heat & Sun For Free Food In MiamiMore 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.
Local Leaders Break Ground For New Community Center Local leaders broke ground Friday for a new community building in Miami's West End Park.
New Details Emerge In Francis Suarez's Absentee Ballot CaseHundreds of pages of documents and recorded phone calls detail an absentee ballot investigation that led prosecutors to charge two campaign aids working for former Miami mayoral candidate Francis Suarez.
Francis Suarez Quits Mayoral RaceCommissioner Francis Suarez has decided to end his campaign to be the mayor of Miami.
Man Arrested For Allegedly Defacing Mayoral Candidate's Sign Miami Police arrested a man for allegedly vandalizing a political candidate’s sign Friday night.
Miami City Commission OKs Plan To Add 100 OfficersThe Miami City Commission gave its vote of approval to move ahead with a plan to add 100 officers to the city's police department, putting it more in line with staff numbers in other large cities.
City Leaders React to CBS4 Report on Marlins BallparkA day after CBS4 News revealed that an inspector on the new Marlins ballpark falsified records concerning critical welds supporting the retractable roof, city officials announced plans to increase their oversight of the project.
Cities Look To Pensions To Fill Budget HolesAs the economy continues to sputter, city and state governments are turning against their own workers to make up the financial shortfall. The latest cuts are targeting pension plans which have pushed some cities to the brink of financial ruin.
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