Miami-Dade County

(Source: My33)

Focus On South Florida: The Underline

Many people say it’s simply not safe for bicyclists or pedestrians in South Florida.

My TV 33–05/24/2015

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Florida’s Lt. Gov. Moves Closer To US Senate Bid

Florida’s Lt. Governor Carlos Lopez-Cantera may be taking steps to help him run for U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio’s seat.

05/14/2015

Survivors of traumatic injuries got the chance to reunite with those who saved their lives at Kendall Regional Medical Center in Southwest Miami-Dade. (Source: CBS4)

Survivors Of Traumatic Injuries Reunite With Those Who Saved Them

Survivors of traumatic injuries got the chance to reunite with those who saved their lives at Kendall Regional Medical Center in Southwest Miami-Dade.

05/13/2015

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Miami-Dade Labor Dispute Goes To State Supreme Court

A Miami-Dade County has asked the state’s highest court to take up a dispute between it and the County Police Benevolent Association which says the county committed an unfair labor practice.

05/12/2015

The county held court for the first time Monday in its gleaming new downtown Children's Courthouse. (Source: CBS4)

Miami-Dade Opens Gleaming New Juvenile Courthouse

Justice may be delayed. Justice may be denied. But for juveniles in Miami-Dade County now it will all be in designer surroundings.

05/11/2015

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FPL Is Seeking $34M In Nuclear Costs

Florida Power & Light is attempting to recover $34.2 million from customers as part of a plan to build nuclear reactors in Miami-Dade County, according to documents filed with the state Public Service Commission.

05/06/2015

A car plowed into a house at 20938 NW 39th Avenue in Miami-Dade.  (Source: CBS4)

14-Year Old Crashes Into Home During Joyride

A Miami Gardens mother says she feels fortunate she escaped serious injury after a speeding black Nissan Maxima crashed into her home while she and her daughter were watching TV on Tuesday.

05/05/2015

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Drones & Dogs Deployed To Save Florida’s Avocado Supply

It’s Cinco de Mayo, South Florida, meaning many take pleasure in eating some guacamole. But here in Florida there is a disease that is threatening the state’s $64 million avocado industry–and researchers are using heat-sensing drones and dogs to try to save the crop.

05/05/2015

COPA App (Source: CBS4)

Miami-Dade Going High-Tech With App To Make Streets Safer

Miami-Dade is going high-tech in hopes of making the county’s streets safer.

05/05/2015

(Source: My33)

Focus On South Florida: The Children’s Trust

The mission of “The Children’s Trust” is to improve the lives of children and families in Miami-Dade County. Miami-Dade voters in 2002 recognized the need and approved the dedicated funding source.

My TV 33–05/03/2015

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