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NBC Miami
NBC 6 South Florida Honors Black History MonthIn honor of Black History Month, we are celebrating the leaders who are paving
NBC 6 South Florida Honors Black History Month
NBC Miami / Posted yesterday
In honor of Black History Month, we are celebrating the leaders who are paving the path right here in South Florida! We spent some time getting to know Chief Delma-Noel Pratt of the Miami-Dade Police Department. As the North Operations Division... Read more
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The Miami Hurricane
Off field, redshirt freshman Demetrius Jackson impacts local youthRedshirt freshman defensive lineman Demetrius Jackson spends his time off the f
Off field, redshirt freshman Demetrius Jackson impacts local youth
The Miami Hurricane / Posted yesterday
Redshirt freshman defensive lineman Demetrius Jackson spends his time off the field volunteering with the kids of the Miami community. Jackson is preparing to present at a conference hosted by Booker T. Washington High School in February. Erum Kidwai... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
49 memorable moments, fun facts from every Super BowlIn honor of the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl, USA TODAY Sports looks at m
49 memorable moments, fun facts from every Super Bowl
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 3 days ago
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl, USA TODAY Sports looks at memorable off-field moments, issues, controversies and fun facts from each of the big games: 1. Los Angeles: This was not the Super Bowl. It was the AFL-NFL World... Read more
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WBIR-TV Knoxville
49 memorable moments, fun facts from every Super BowlIn honor of the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl, USA TODAY Sports looks at m
49 memorable moments, fun facts from every Super Bowl
WBIR-TV Knoxville / Posted 3 days ago
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl, USA TODAY Sports looks at memorable off-field moments, issues, controversies and fun facts from each of the big games: 1. Los Angeles: This was not the Super Bowl. It was the AFL-NFL World... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
49 memorable moments, fun facts from every Super BowlIn honor of the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl, USA TODAY Sports looks at m
49 memorable moments, fun facts from every Super Bowl
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 3 days ago
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl, USA TODAY Sports looks at memorable off-field moments, issues, controversies and fun facts from each of the big games: 1. Los Angeles: This was not the Super Bowl. It was the AFL-NFL World... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
49 memorable moments, fun facts from every Super BowlIn honor of the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl, USA TODAY Sports looks at m
49 memorable moments, fun facts from every Super Bowl
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 3 days ago
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl, USA TODAY Sports looks at memorable off-field moments, issues, controversies and fun facts from each of the big games: 1. Los Angeles: This was not the Super Bowl. It was the AFL-NFL World... Read more
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The Middletown Press
UConn commit Zach Brown starting new chapter in remarkable lifePUTNAM >> So what’s one of the first things lifelong Miami resident Zach Brown
UConn commit Zach Brown starting new chapter in remarkable life
The Middletown Press / Posted 4 days ago
PUTNAM >> So what’s one of the first things lifelong Miami resident Zach Brown did when he first arrived in snowy New England to start a new chapter in his life? Get in a snowball fight, of course. Making a stop at McDonald’s during their drive... Read more
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NBC Miami
55 Arrests Made in South Florida Crime SweepFederal, state and local law enforcement say the South Florida streets are safe
55 Arrests Made in South Florida Crime Sweep
NBC Miami / Posted 8 days ago
Federal, state and local law enforcement say the South Florida streets are safer after several agencies joined forces to take down dozens of dangerous criminals. A total of 55 arrests were made with allegations ranging from selling drugs and guns to... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
David Beckham rep: Soccer stadium without parking a 'good bet to make'Building a soccer stadium without parking garages is a “good risk to take” if M
David Beckham rep: Soccer stadium without parking a 'good bet to make'
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 8 days ago
Building a soccer stadium without parking garages is a “good risk to take” if Miami believes in a future where transit can chip away at the car culture, a representative for David Beckham said Tuesday night in a pitch for a 25,000-seat facility on... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
David Beckham rep: Soccer stadium without parking a 'good bet to make'Building a soccer stadium without parking garages is a “good risk to take” if M
David Beckham rep: Soccer stadium without parking a 'good bet to make'
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 8 days ago
Building a soccer stadium without parking garages is a “good risk to take” if Miami believes in a future where transit can chip away at the car culture, a representative for David Beckham said Tuesday night in a pitch for a 25,000-seat facility on... Read more
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Miami New Times
The Stories Behind the Names of 25 Miami-Dade Cities and NeighborhoodsTown" because it was one of the few places black people could live in Miami und
The Stories Behind the Names of 25 Miami-Dade Cities and Neighborhoods
Miami New Times / Posted 8 days ago
Town" because it was one of the few places black people could live in Miami under Jim Crow laws. Eventually, the name "Overtown" was adopted, supposedly because black residents of Coconut Grove used to say that they had to go "over town" to... Read more
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Miami New Times
The Story Behind the Names of 25 Miami-Dade Cities and NeighborhoodsTown" because it was one of the few places black people could live in Miami und
The Story Behind the Names of 25 Miami-Dade Cities and Neighborhoods
Miami New Times / Posted 8 days ago
Town" because it was one of the few places black people could live in Miami under Jim Crow laws. Eventually, the name "Overtown" was adopted, supposedly because black residents of Coconut Grove used to say that they had to go "over town" to... Read more
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Local 10 Miami
Gun violence in Miami-Dade kills 4 children, 63 teens in 3 yearsMIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. - Four children -- Rahkel Carr, 4, Amiere Castro, 7, an
Gun violence in Miami-Dade kills 4 children, 63 teens in 3 years
Local 10 Miami / Posted 11 days ago
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. - Four children -- Rahkel Carr, 4, Amiere Castro, 7, and 10-year-olds Aaron Vu and Marlon Eason -- and 63 teenagers died of gunshot wounds in the last three years in Miami-Dade County, according to the medical examiner's... Read more
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Denver Post
Kayvon Webster grew up in a full house beside other football legendsChaotic is not quite the right word to describe Kayvon Webster's boyhood home i
Kayvon Webster grew up in a full house beside other football legends
Denver Post / Posted 14 days ago
Chaotic is not quite the right word to describe Kayvon Webster's boyhood home in Opa-Locka, Fla., a crime-plagued neighborhood northwest of Miami Beach. Crowded, with occasional turbulence, mixed with plenty of love, is a more appropriate... Read more
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Miami New Times
Overtown Residents Systematically Arrested for Crossing Train TracksOn May 20, 2013, Edduard Prince began walking from his home on 17th Street in O
Overtown Residents Systematically Arrested for Crossing Train Tracks
Miami New Times / Posted 15 days ago
On May 20, 2013, Edduard Prince began walking from his home on 17th Street in Overtown to his job at a legal processing company at 15th and Biscayne, just as he does every day. He crossed the railroad tracks that bisect his street between NW First... Read more
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Miami New Times
Miami Music Legend and Hip-Hop Pioneer Clarence Reid, AKA Blowfly, Dies at 762016 started off a little sour – like when Jack Daniels goes bad and tastes sug
Miami Music Legend and Hip-Hop Pioneer Clarence Reid, AKA Blowfly, Dies at 76
Miami New Times / Posted 18 days ago
2016 started off a little sour – like when Jack Daniels goes bad and tastes sugary — just awful. To have Lemmy’s passing followed so closely by David Bowie’s was too much for folks with progressive musical tastes. But to find out on an otherwise... Read more
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Island Packet
South Florida’s chasm between rich and poor among nation’s widestIncome inequality in Miami and the broader South Florida region is worse than m
South Florida’s chasm between rich and poor among nation’s widest
Island Packet / Posted 21 days ago
Income inequality in Miami and the broader South Florida region is worse than most of the country’s other cities and urban areas, but the gap between rich and poor is showing signs of narrowing. Both Miami and the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm... Read more
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NBC Miami
Exchange Program Allows Students to Trade PlacesFrom Mark Twain's "Prince and the Pauper" to movies like "Trading Places," the
Exchange Program Allows Students to Trade Places
NBC Miami / Posted 21 days ago
From Mark Twain's "Prince and the Pauper" to movies like "Trading Places," the theme of exchanging lives with someone outside your normal sphere of life has always been a source of fascination. Thanks to a novel bit of social engineering, 48 high... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Miami Dade police seeks public help in teen's fatal shootingMIAMI (AP) — Miami Dade police are asking for the public's help in finding out
Miami Dade police seeks public help in teen's fatal shooting
Naples Daily News / Posted 21 days ago
MIAMI (AP) — Miami Dade police are asking for the public's help in finding out who fatally shot a 15-year-old boy. Miami homicide Sgt. Julio Pino told media outlets Thursday that Saturday night's shooting of Alder Hill was an "execution" of an... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
2 dead, 1 injured after 3 Miami shootingsMIAMI, Fla. - Authorities are investigating after they say three separate shoot
2 dead, 1 injured after 3 Miami shootings
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 25 days ago
MIAMI, Fla. - Authorities are investigating after they say three separate shootings left two people dead and one critically injured in Miami. Local media outlets report the shootings all happened Saturday night. Miami police say the deadly night... Read more
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Miami New Times
Downtown's Latest Megaproject, 350K-Square-Foot Convention Center, Faces Vote TodayUpdate: The project has passed the city commission with a unanimous vote. Now,
Downtown's Latest Megaproject, 350K-Square-Foot Convention Center, Faces Vote Today
Miami New Times / Posted 25 days ago
Update: The project has passed the city commission with a unanimous vote. Now, developers will turn to the local CRA to negotiate tax breaks for the convention center space. Life as a City of Miami commissioner must be confusing these days. After... Read more
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NBC Miami
Mall No Longer Part of Miami Worldcenter PlanThe company behind the Miami Worldcenter project has decided they won't be goin
Mall No Longer Part of Miami Worldcenter Plan
NBC Miami / Posted 25 days ago
The company behind the Miami Worldcenter project has decided they won't be going through with plans for an enclosed mall. Taubman Centers, Inc., which is planning the massive development in downtown Miami, said they're now pursuing a "high street... Read more
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Miami New Times
Triple Weekend Shootings Rattle Overtown and Liberty City, Killing TwoFor Miami cops, Saturday was one of those nights. By 8:15 p.m., detectives had
Triple Weekend Shootings Rattle Overtown and Liberty City, Killing Two
Miami New Times / Posted 25 days ago
For Miami cops, Saturday was one of those nights. By 8:15 p.m., detectives had already left one shooting in Overtown to rush to another in Liberty City, where they found a 15-year-old boy dead in an empty field. As they combed the area for evidence,... Read more
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Miami New Times
Triple Weekend Shootings Rattle Overtown, Liberty City, Killing TwoFor Miami cops, Saturday was one of those nights. By 8:15 p.m., detectives had
Triple Weekend Shootings Rattle Overtown, Liberty City, Killing Two
Miami New Times / Posted 25 days ago
For Miami cops, Saturday was one of those nights. By 8:15 p.m., detectives had already left one shooting in Overtown to rush to another in Liberty City, where they found a 15-year-old boy dead in an empty field. As they combed area for evidence, more... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Arts Notes: Players by the Sea's New Voices program seeks new play ideas for year long development processPlayers by the Sea has announced New Voices, a new play development process. Wr
Arts Notes: Players by the Sea's New Voices program seeks new play ideas for year long development process
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 27 days ago
Players by the Sea has announced New Voices, a new play development process. Writers can submit 10 new pages of dialogue and a one- or two-page proposal that outlines the concept for the play and includes a brief synopsis. A panel of judges will... Read more
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Miami New Times
Developer Tibor Hollo Helped Build MiamiHis thin, 81-year-old frame draped in a tan suit, his sharp eyes shaded by wrap
Developer Tibor Hollo Helped Build Miami
Miami New Times / Posted a month ago
His thin, 81-year-old frame draped in a tan suit, his sharp eyes shaded by wraparound sunglasses, Tibor Hollo stands before a rusted fence bearing a spray-painted "No Trespassing" sign. Beyond the chainlink, strewn with weed-choked bottles and... Read more
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The Express-Times
Area's best weekly bowling scores for Jan. 3, 2016Season's Top 10 seriesMenTerry Heckman, Town & Country, 857 Art Hilliker, Oakw
Area's best weekly bowling scores for Jan. 3, 2016
The Express-Times / Posted 1 months ago
Season's Top 10 seriesMenTerry Heckman, Town & Country, 857 Art Hilliker, Oakwood, 857 Chris Kishbaugh, Blue Valley, 830 Darren Flynn, Oakwood, 825 Anthony Johnston, Oakwood, 821 Jeff Frable, Blue Valley, 815 Brent Tishuk, Bel-Pike, 813 Bryan... Read more
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Miami New Times
Miami Spends $275,000 on Gunshot Detection System That Might Not WorkNothing is scarier than a city commission that's all smiles. Politicians are pr
Miami Spends $275,000 on Gunshot Detection System That Might Not Work
Miami New Times / Posted 1 months ago
Nothing is scarier than a city commission that's all smiles. Politicians are preternaturally disposed to disagreement, so voters should be skeptical whenever commissioners suddenly go full kumbaya. On the scale of suspicious love-fests, this past... Read more
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Miami New Times
Nine Newly Minted Power Players Who Will Shape Miami in 2016Sure, like any big city Miami has its power-player mainstays — it's hard to ima
Nine Newly Minted Power Players Who Will Shape Miami in 2016
Miami New Times / Posted 1 months ago
Sure, like any big city Miami has its power-player mainstays — it's hard to imagine Dade County without Kathy Fernandez Rundle and Xavier Suarez, for instance. But it's also the kind of town where people's influence can come and go quicker than... Read more

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