Warning: "One Bullet Kills The Party" On New Year's EveLocal leaders and authorities are warning New Year's Eve revelers "one bullet kills the party."
Overtown Holds Beckham Soccer Stadium Town HallPlans for an Overtown soccer stadium will be discussed during the project's first public meeting at a town hall Thursday.
Beckham Announces Soccer Stadium Deal In OvertownDavid Beckham has scored a new site to build his soccer stadium in Miami's historic Overtown district.
Beckham's MLS Plans For Little Havana Hit Another SnagSoccer star David Beckham's plans to bring Major League Soccer to Miami have hit another snag, as his group's latest proposal to build a stadium next to Marlins Park baseball stadium appears to be in serious jeopardy.
Beckham Group One Step Closer To Miami Soccer StadiumThe finishing touches on a deal to build a soccer stadium in Little Havana may have been agreed upon in South Beach Thursday night.
Beckham Chooses Orange Bowl Site For MLS StadiumSoccer star David Beckham picked the Orange Bowl site as the next spot for a possible Major League Soccer stadium in South Florida.
Miami Turns 119 This MonthCity leaders and locals are gathering to celebrate Miami's 119th birthday.
Mayor: Please No Celebratory Gunfire On July 4thFourth of July is all about barbecues, picnics, family time and of course fireworks. It is not the time, however, to bring out a gun and fire it in the air to celebrate.
NBCUniversal Dumps Donald TrumpNBCUniversal, who has business and financial ties to Donald Trump, has decided to no longer work with the mogul and Republican presidential candidate over his “derogatory comments” aimed at Mexican immigrants.
Univision Drops Trump, Miss Universe Over "Insulting Remarks"Television station Univision just cut its ties to Donald Trump and his organization after Trump recently blamed Mexico for many of the problems in the United States.
Raquel Regalado Will Run For Miami-Dade MayorCurrent school board member Raquel Regalado said Sunday she will run for Mayor of Miami-Dade in 2016.
Miami Mayor Reminds Everyone "One Bullet Kills The Party"For the 17th year, Miami's mayor, commissioners and police chief are asking residents and visitors not to fire gunshots into the air on New Year's Eve.

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