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New Travel Restrictions In Place, Dow Drops 905 Points Over New COVID Variant Concerns
A new COVID-19 variant with an unusually high number of mutations is not just sparking travel restrictions and shaking up global markets, but medical experts have designated it as a "variant of concern."
Black Friday Shoppers Out Early Hoping To Score Deals
South Florida shoppers lined up early hoping to score deals at local malls and shopping centers, as Black Friday kicked off the holiday shopping season.
PIX: Freedom For Cuba Rally
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in downtown Miami to call for change in Cuba.
Gallery: Remembering Yandy Chirino
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Alex Ovechkin's Hat Trick Gives Capitals 4-3 Victory Over Panthers
Alex Ovechkin scored two of his three goals over 56 seconds in the second period and the Washington Capitals beat the Florida Panthers 4-3 on Friday.
Dolphins Seek To Extend Streak, Panthers Seek Return To .500
There’s nothing that impressive about a 5-7 record. That is unless it comes after a 1-7 start.
Florida Panthers Sign Forward Ryan Lomberg To 2-Year Extension
The Florida Panthers have signed forward Ryan Lomberg to a two-year, $1.6 million extension through the 2023-24 season.
PIX: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Celebrate Super Bowl 55 Win
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Here's What You Can Expect At The 2021 Art Basel In Miami Beach
The ultimate extravaganza for international art galleries, high-roller collectors, artists, and art lovers returns to South Florida.
Miami Beach Man Mark Wylie Finds Comfort In Dark Times While Inspiring Himself And Others To #WalkWithWylie
Mark Wylie, who has worked for Best Buddies for more than 30 years advocating for disability rights, has been doing a lot of walking around his Miami Beach neighborhood lately.
Dolphins Team Up With Local Organizations To Help Distribute Thanksgiving Dinner
The Miami Dolphins alongside Feeding South Florida, and community groups helped to gift hundreds of families a Thanksgiving meal Tuesday.
Detective: 'Tiger King' Star Carole Baskin Still Won't Talk About Missing Husband
A Hillsborough County Sheriff's detective who is investigating the disappearance of Carole Baskin's second husband said Thursday that the "Tiger King" star had three times refused requests for interviews, and that the probe was ongoing.
Taste Of The Town: Union Kitchen And Bar In Wilton Manors Is A Union Of Family, Friends And Food
Union Kitchen & Bar in Wilton Manors is a union in many ways. Christie Tenaud and her husband Roberto Colombi are united in marriage and family, their jobs, (she’s the chef, he’s the sommelier) their culture, (she’s Peruvian, he’s Italian) and their commitment to their craft.
Millionaire Dog Gunther VI Selling Miami Mansion Once Owned By Madonna For Nearly $32 Million
The world’s wealthiest dog is about to get a little richer. Worth nearly half a billion dollars, the German Shepherd named Gunther VI is selling his Miami estate that was once owned by Madonna for $31.75 million.
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TSA: Thanksgiving Travelers Set Pandemic Record
According to the TSA, over 2.3 million people were screened at airports across the country on Wednesday, making it the busiest day at security checkpoints since March 2020.
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Miami Pulls Away Late, Beats Texas Rio Grande Valley 86-59
Sheldon McClellan scored 18 points to lead Miami to an 86-59 win over Texas Rio Grande Valley in the season-opener for both teams Friday night.
Hurricanes Kick Off New Basketball Season Against Texas-Rio Grande Valley
There is a lot of optimism surround the Miami Hurricanes basketball team heading into the 2015-16 season.