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South Florida Travelers Take State Department Warning In StrideThousands of South Floridians who plan to travel this week to visit friends and family over the Thanksgiving holiday are taking the latest warning in stride.
Police Make Arrest In Double Shooting Of Miami TeensMiami-Dade Police announced they made an arrest in connection to a double shooting that injured two teens.
Neighbor Says Driver Who Plowed Through Home Asked ‘Where’s My Tab?’A woman was taken into custody after she slammed her car into a Lauderdale Lakes home.
Invasive Fruit Fly Devastates Some South Florida FarmsThe sun may be coming out for an issue that has been threatening South Florida crops but it's already too late for some farmers in the area.
Housing Syrian Refugees A Divisive Issue In South FloridaSome Americans want to shut the doors on those fleeing from Syria after news broke that one of the terrorist responsible for the Paris attacks may have infiltrated the ranks of refugees.
NMB Officer ‘Doing Much Better’ After Being Critically Injured In CrashA North Miami Beach officer is recovering in the hospital after being involved in a serious car accident.
Crews Search By Air, Sea For Woman Who Went OverboardU.S. Coast Guard crews are scouring the waters and searching by air for a woman who went overboard from a cruise ship off the coast of Cuba.
Family Continues Decade-Long Plea For Help Finding Loved One's KillerTen years ago this November, 17-year-old Evan Page was murdered. A decade later, his family repeats their plea: “Help us find his killer.”
New Video Shows Moments Before Man Goes OverboardNew video is giving us a deeper look into the moments leading up to a man going overboard off the Oasis of the Seas.
New Video Shows Moments Prior To Man's Fall From Cruise ShipFor the first time, we're hearing and seeing Bernardo Elbaz just minutes before he went overboard off Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas.
Carson Fires Back Over West Point Controversy Before South Florida EventDr. Ben Carson came out firing Friday night saying that he did not lie about the West Point scholarship and that he expected scrutiny of his record. The Republican Presidential candidate, who leads in some polls, also made clear he will not back down.
Zoo Miami Exhibit Meant To Give Sense Of ThrillBlack bears Libby and Laruel are two favorites at Zoo Miami and pretty soon they’re getting a brand new home. So are the flamingos.
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