Questions Persist With Arrival Of Cuban Immigrants From Central AmericaSpanish language radio host Ninoska Perez has been fielding calls from listeners focused on the recent arrival of nearly 200 Cubans from Central America, and the impending arrival of thousands of others.
Cubans Stranded In Costa Rica Start Arriving In South FloridaThe first group of Cubans- who were stranded in Costa Rica- arrived in Hialeah Gardens late Sunday night.
Stranded Cuban Migrants Make Plans To Cross MexicoAfter being stranded in Costa Rica for months, nearly 200 Cuban migrants who recently made it to southern Mexico began making plans Thursday to travel to the border with the United States.
Court Rejects Dependency Pleas From Undocumented TeensIn the latest in a series of similar cases, a South Florida appeals court Wednesday rejected legal-dependency requests from teens who fled Guatemala and Honduras and entered the United States as undocumented immigrants.
Thousands Of Cubans Trying To Reach U.S. Stranded In Costa RicaThousands of Cuban migrants trying to make it to the United States are stranded in Costa Rica.
Customs Agents Discover Pests At Port EvergladesU.S. Customs agents discovered a pest considered a threat to crops, inside a shipment at Port Everglades.
Man Heading To Work Hit, Killed On Bird RoadAn early morning hit and run Thursday claimed the life of a pedestrian on Bird Road.
Taxicab Passenger Says Cab Driver Sexually Assaulted HerA 23-year-old Fort Lauderdale woman said she was threatened with Mace and a handheld stun gun and sexually assaulted by a taxicab driver who she had known for a year.
Teen Beaten To Death In Broward, Family Living In FearA teen, with big dream to make a future for himself and his mother in the U.S., was brutally beaten outside his home. Those dreams were shattered five days later when he died.
Fugitive In Florida Trooper Crash Caught A Decade Later Authorities captured a fugitive 10 years after he was involved in a crash that severely injured a Florida State Trooper.
TD #2 Drenches Yucatan, Central America Heavy rain from Tropical Depression #2 continued to drench the Yucatan and Central America Tuesday evening.
McAfee May Be In South Florida For A WhileAfter a whirlwind trip from Guatemala to Miami, anti-virus software founder John McAfee may be in South Florida for a while.

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