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Florida congressman: ‘System is prone to fraud’
South Florida congressman Joe Garcia said Saturday that the “system is prone to fraud” following the resignation of his chief of staff amid a voting fraud scheme.
Published on 06/01/13
Florida inmates seek kosher prison meals
Muslim inmates in Florida are asking to join a federal lawsuit filed on behalf of Jewish prisoners demanding that the state Department of Corrections provide kosher meals.
Published on 06/01/13
Fire at old Miami Herald building was ‘mischief’
Miami Herald employees say a small fire at their former downtown building was likely started by youths.
Published on 06/01/13
Orangutan doing well after cancer diagnosis
The orangutan that underwent cancer treatment in Miami “is doing very well” one year after her diagnosis, her doctors said.
Published on 06/01/13
Video of man jumping on manatee on east coast investigated
Wildlife officials are investigating an online video that shows a man doing a cannonball onto two manatees.
Published on 05/22/13
Face-chewing victim continues recovery in Miami
A homeless man whose face was mostly chewed off in a bizarre attack last year appeared today to be mostly at peace with his disfigurement, strumming a guitar, making jokes and thanking people for their donations to help pay...
Published on 05/21/13
UM Hospital team rescues NCIS agent in Panama
A team from the University of Miami Hospital is sharing their story after being summoned to Panama to rescue an NCIS federal agent.
Published on 05/18/13
Scientist: Rare Florida butterflies may be extinct
Federal wildlife officials are reviewing a South Florida butterfly survey that concluded five rare species may be gone for good.
Published on 04/27/13
Cuban rafters rescued by cruise ships near Keys
Two cruise ships have rescued migrant rafters off the Florida Keys.
Published on 04/13/13
Nine Miami students treated for possible overdoses
A 22-year-old South Florida man was arrested after nine Miami Coral Park Senior High students became ill after eating brownies at school.
Published on 04/12/13
Official: Beyonce, Jay-Z trip to Cuba was licensed
U.S. Treasury officials say the trip by Beyonce and Jay-Z to Cuba was licensed as an educational exchange.
Published on 04/09/13
Updated on 04/10/13
Missing Ohio family found safe in Everglades
A family of five that failed to return from an airboat excursion in the remote Everglades was found safe Friday after searchers heard them blowing whistles and an air horn.
Published on 04/05/13
Feds: Florida owes $12 million in Medicaid overpayments
Federal health officials say the state owes them more than $12 million in Medicaid overpayments.
Published on 04/05/13
Child sex abuse survivor walking from Key West to Tallahassee
An advocate for the prevention of childhood sexual abuse is walking from Key West to Tallahassee to raise awareness.
Published on 03/23/13
LED screen falls Miami’s Ultra Music Festival; 3 hurt
A large LED screen being set up for the Ultra Music Festival crashed onto the main stage Thursday night in downtown Miami, seriously injuring two workers.
Published on 03/15/13