Coral Gables Police Major Suspended Amid InvestigationA high ranking police major on the Coral Gables police force has been suspended from duty in the wake of an incident at a city commission meeting.
Matthew Rapidly Strengthens To A Powerful Category 4 Hurricane Hurricane Matthew continues to strengthen after becoming a major hurricane while moving over the Caribbean Sea.
Gov. Scott To Visit Zika-Free WynwoodWynwood is now Zika free and people are returning to the neighborhood. But what about the rest of Miami-Dade County and the state?
Police: Purse Snatching Suspect Also Stole Car With Baby InsidePolice believe they've gotten a two-for-one after arresting a man in Oakland Park accused of several violent crimes.
21 Protesters Arrested At Dakota Oil Pipeline SitesLaw enforcement authorities in North Dakota say 21 people protesting at two construction sites of the Dakota Access pipeline have been arrested.
Clinton Focuses On Public Service, Economy During Florida StopDemocratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is stopping into South Florida Friday.
5 New Non-Travel Related Zika Cases In South FloridaThe Florida Department of Health announced Friday there are 16 new Zika cases across the state.
Health Officials: Get Vaccinated For The Flu This SeasonHealth officials are urging everyone to get vaccinated for the flu.
Minority Students Wear KKK Costumes To SchoolA Florida high school is looking at disciplining three students who allegedly wore Ku Klux Klan costumes to class.
What's At Stake As U.S. Gives Up Internet ControlOn October 1st, the U.S. government plans to cede control of some of the internet's core systems — namely, the directories that help web browsers and apps know where to find the latest weather, maps and Facebook musings.
Cuba Now Allowing U.S. Marshals On FlightsCuba is now allowing U.S. Air Marshals on commercial flights between the island nation and the United States, Cuban authorities announced Friday.
NYC’s Iconic Carnegie Deli Closing Its Doors At End Of This YearFans of New York City’s famous Carnegie Deli are crying in their corned beef. The famed deli is scheduled to close at the end of the year.

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