Rubio Re-Election Talk Grows (And He Seems Okay With It) Marco Rubio professed he enjoys being in the Senate “very much” and opened the door to running for re-election if his “very close friend” Carlos Lopez-Cantera dropped out of the race.
A Look At The Coolest Offices In South FloridaSome South Florida offices take the cake when it comes to cool office spaces taking us from a great birds eye view in Allapattah to a high-tech interactive yet earthy space in Hallandale.
Sen. Rubio Faces Pressure To Run For Re-Election To SenateFlorida Senator Marco Rubio is facing intense pressure to run for re-election for his Senate seat.
Feds Won't Send Cubans Back Until Legal Decision Is MadeAttorneys fighting on behalf of Cuban migrants found on a Florida Keys lighthouse, say the government has promised not to send them back to the island nation until legal proceedings are complete.
Some Hispanics Face Ridicule Over Support For Trump Some Hispanic voters around the U.S. - including Florida - are facing ridicule for supporting Donald Trump. This at a time when many Hispanic voters are protesting his hard line approach to immigration.
Woman Accused Of Stomping On Child Over Laundry A Florida Keys woman is accused of stomping and hitting a child over dirty laundry.
Lawsuit: Cubans Who Scaled Keys Lighthouse Should Stay In U.S.The group of migrants who fled Cuba in a homemade boat and climbed onto a 136-year-old lighthouse off the Florida Keys should be allowed to stay in the U.S., according to a federal lawsuit filed on their behalf.
Colleagues Honor Opa-Locka Commissioner Killed In Head-On CrashThe pain is still very raw in Opa-locka following Commissioner Terence Pinder's death.
Student Stabbed At Royal Palm Beach High SchoolAuthorities are investigating a stabbing at a Palm Beach high school Wednesday.
Jungle Island Welcomes New Feathered FriendJungle Island welcomed a new member to their feathered family this week - a baby flamingo.
Opa-Locka Commissioner Facing Charges Is Killed In Head-On CrashAn Opa-Locka commissioner scheduled to turn himself in on corruption charges died Tuesday in an early morning car crash.
Debate Over Cubans' Arrival Heads To Federal CourtLawyers for a group of Cubans currently in U.S. Coast Guard custody filed a motion in federal court to allow all of them to stay in the United States.

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