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Hundreds of people camped out overnight in a Little Havana neighborhood to ensure their spot in line to receive a voucher for a free holiday meal. (Source: CBS4)

Hundreds Line Up For Holiday Food Vouchers In Little Havana

Hundreds of people camped out overnight in a Little Havana neighborhood to ensure their spot in line to receive a voucher for a free holiday meal.


Part of the line of people waiting to receive a food voucher for the CAMACOL free food giveaway for Christmas. (Source: CBS4)

Latin Chamber To Hand Out Vouchers For Holiday Food Baskets

Dozens of residents of Little Havana and the surrounding area have already begun to line up for their chance at a little holiday cheer.


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Man Allegedly Shot In Front Of Little Havana Apartment Complex

City of Miami police are investigating a shooting in front of a Little Havana apartment complex which ended with one man in the hospital.


Cyclists from all over South Florida converge on Downtown Miami the last Friday of every month for critical mass. (CBS4)

Critical Mass Costume Ride May Tie Up Traffic Friday Night

There could be some traffic trouble Friday night in the Little Havana area of Miami and in Coral Gables due to the monthly Critical Mass bike ride.

CBS Miami–10/25/2013

Msgr. Emilio Vallina: Born April 10, 1926, ordained April 20, 1952, died Oct. 20, 2013. (Source: Miami Archdiocese)

Founder Of St. John Bosco Parish In Little Havana Dies At 87

The Archdiocese of Miami has announced the death of Msgr. Emilio Vallina Saturday at age 87. Msgr. Vallina was the founder of St. John Bosco Parish in Little Havana, and pastor of the same church for 43 years.

CBS Miami–10/20/2013

Argument turned deadly at a restaurant in Little Haiti. (Source: CBS4)

Argument In Little Havana Restaurant Turns Deadly

An argument between two men at a restaurant in Little Havana Saturday lead to the fatal shooting of one man, authorities said.



Immigrants March For Reform In Miami

A march will take place Saturday with Miami’s newest immigrants to help put the spotlight on the need for immigration reform. The participants will walk through the city’s oldest Cuban enclave at 1 p.m.


MIAMI, FL - OCTOBER 03: People at El Rey De Las Fritas restaurant watch as U.S. President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney are seen during their televised debate on October 3, 2012 in Miami, Florida. The telecast is the first of four debates for the 2012 Election, three Presidential and one Vice Presidential. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Miami Frita Showdown Settles Frita Debate

It was the battle of the fritas in South Florida, Wednesday. Some people said it was going to be a showdown between the king and the magician.


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Fidel Turns 87 Largely Out Of The Public Eye

Former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro turned 87 years old Tuesday and as the country he spent more than a half century in charge of moves forward, the once boisterous revolutionary has largely disappeared from the public eye.

CBS Miami–08/13/2013

Analise Bianchi in a DCF custody hearing. (Source: CBS4)

Judge Keeps Wandering Toddler In DCF Custody

A Miami judge had been planning to send a toddler found wandering alone outside a Little Havana apartment with weapons inside to live with her mother, against the advice of the Department of Children and Families. But, after a positive urine drug test, the case is back up in the air.

CBS Miami–07/26/2013