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El Nuevo Herald
El Nuevo Herald

Miami, FL

(305) 376-2820


Ofrecen entre $2,000 y $5,000 a familiares de víctimas del avión estrellado en Cuba
06/24/2019 11:05am

La empresa mexicana Aerolneas Damojh, a la que Cubana de Aviacin le rent el Boeing 737-200 que se estrell en La Habana matando a 112 personas, ofreci un pago anticipado Click to Continue

Sí, hace mucho calor. Y Miami-Dade implantó un nuevo récord
06/24/2019 6:54am

No, no piense que se trata de usted: en realidad hace ms calor de lo normal, incluso para los estndares del sur de la Florida. El domingo, el Condado Miami-Dade Click to Continue

Joe Biden: Si soy elegido presidente, nuestras políticas en las Américas cambiarán
06/24/2019 6:00am

La semana pasada se comprob una vez ms que la estrategia de reeleccin moralmente corrupta de Donald Trump est basada en la vilipendiacin de los inmigrantes para obtener puntos polticos, Click to Continue

Acusado defeca en la corte y le lanza los excrementos a jueza de Miami. Y luego, un jurado lo absuelve
06/24/2019 9:15am

Un juicio que se celebraba en Miami debi detenerse brevemente el pasado viernes cuando el acusado defec y lanz los excrementos en la sala del tribunal antes que comenzaran los Click to Continue

Demócratas de Miami tienen un mensaje para los candidatos en los debates: no marginen a nadie
06/22/2019 8:05am

El Green New Deal. Medicare para todos. Financiacin federal de los abortos. Ingreso bsico universal. Indemnizar a los descendientes de los esclavos. Las polticas que proponen muchos de los principales Click to Continue

Miami New Times
Miami New Times

2750 NW 3 Ave
Miami, FL 33127   Directions

(305) 576-8000


Miami Today
Miami Today

2000 S Dixie Hwy
Miami, FL 33133   Directions

(305) 358-2663


Ferris wheel rolling toward Bayside Marketplace
06/18/2019 10:18pm

A planned Ferris wheel in Bayside Marketplace is on a new forward track after Miami officials tweaked proposed legislation governing amusement rides. City commissioners on June 13 preliminarily defined amusement ride and its use by exception for property zoned as Bayside is. The vote was unanimous, with Joe Carollo absent. The final vote may be Related Posts:No Ferris wheel for Maurice A. Ferre ParkEx-Mayor Maurice Ferr pleads to bar bayfront Ferris wheelChairman vows to bar Ferr Park, FEC Slip commerceMiami looks at filling large bayfront FEC SlipMiami seeks proposals for major bayfront developmentThe post Ferris wheel rolling toward Bayside Marketplace appeared first on Miami Today.

Two-thirds of Metrorail cars, 85% of buses arrive
06/18/2019 10:15pm

Miami-Dades effort to replenish its aged transit fleet is rolling on, as county transportation personnel this week reported theyd received almost two-thirds of the Metrorail cars ordered and all but 15 of the countys initial purchase of new Metrobuses. Of the 136 new railcars on order from Hitachi Rail Italy, which will replace the roughly Related Posts:New Metrorail cars, CNG buses replacing older fleetsMiami-Dade aims for another fleet of CNG buses28 of 136 rail cars, 42 new buses roll slowly intoCounty buys diesel buses as compressed natural gas soughtCounty to seek proposals for its first four electric busesThe post Two-thirds of Metrorail cars, 85 of buses arrive appeared first on Miami Today.

Downtown Miami master plan ‘once in lifetime’ chance
06/18/2019 10:12pm

A once in a lifetime opportunity to create a vibrant community amidst a clutter of 16 county-owned buildings and properties can transform the heart of downtown Miami, county Commissioner Eileen Higgins told a Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce committee last week. The new Downtown Rapid Transit Zone, which the county created last July, could lead Related Posts:Miami-Dade looks at redeveloping Government Center16 county properties around Government CenterCountys mayor opens the door to a gold rush downtownPublic-private partnership including Miami-DadeOmni neighborhood changing in a big way with MeloThe post Downtown Miami master plan once in lifetime chance appeared first on Miami Today.

Hydroponic farming planned on vacant Miami Beach lots
06/18/2019 10:09pm

Freight Farms Inc. and Energy Cost Solutions Group LLC. have entered negotiations with the City of Miami Beach to possibly establish hydroponic farming in North Beach. Commissioners are to weigh each proposal in the fall and, if one is approved, introduce farming into the city soon. Miami Beach will grow crops indoors using hydroponic farming Related Posts:University of Miami Rosenstiel School team fishesNorth Beach Town Center plans stretch skywardVast Allapattah multi-use project set for final voteLong-awaited plan for marinas on Virginia Key moving fastFYI Miami: March 14, 2019The post Hydroponic farming planned on vacant Miami Beach lots appeared first on Miami Today.

Adaptive signal technology cutting Miami drive time
06/18/2019 10:06pm

Miami-Dade is close to completing its first rollout of adaptive signal technology on key county roadways, and new studies that again show reduced average travel times along every corridor upgraded could support a sizable subsequent investment now in the works. Transportation spokesperson Karla Damian said 284 of 300 traffic signals on 10 of the countys Related Posts:Adaptive signal technology reducing Miami driving timesMiami-Dade launching signal technology on South DadeCountys first adaptive traffic signals testedNew control center battles traffic gridlockMiami-Dades bus on-time performance turns cornerThe post Adaptive signal technology cutting Miami drive time appeared first on Miami Today.

South Florida Business Journal
South Florida Business Journal

80 SW 8th St
Miami, FL 33130   Directions

(786) 533-8250


Homes in Palm Beach County could be redeveloped into assisted living
06/24/2019 2:10pm

The property is under contract to a developer.

South Florida startup acquires Denver sustainability business
06/24/2019 2:05pm

The deal will add jobs both in South Florida and nationwide.

New store for Harbor Freight Tools could be constructed at Miami-Dade mall
06/24/2019 1:57pm

This would be the retailers fourth location in Miami-Dade County.

South Florida wages still below national average
06/24/2019 1:42pm

South Floridians earn less in almost every industry, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Former Sears building at South Florida mall could be redeveloped
06/24/2019 1:37pm

The site plan lists potential tenants Aspen Dental, MOD Pizza, Panda Express and Venetian Nails.

The Miami Herald
The Miami Herald

3511 NW 91 Ave
Miami, FL 33172   Directions

(800) 843-4372


Florida Democrats call Trump’s attempts to court the Latino vote ‘repugnant’
06/24/2019 5:56pm

President Donald Trumps re-election campaign launches an effort to court the Hispanic vote in Miami this week, but Florida Democrats are criticizing the attempt as a repugnant, political act that Click to Continue

Proposed ballot measure would limit the role of Florida utilities in power business
06/24/2019 3:49pm

State leaders and powerful business groups are trying to kill a proposed constitutional amendment that would lead to major changes in the way Floridians get electricity. Opponents, including Attorney General Click to Continue

Ocean Terrace developer prepared to trade $15M park for higher density development
06/24/2019 6:34pm

On a stretch of Ocean Terrace in Miami Beach, where worn low-rises and MiMo style hotels overlook sand dunes laced with sea oats, a trade-off is in the making that Click to Continue

Inslee to Pence: ‘Wake up and smell the carbon dioxide, Mike.’
06/24/2019 5:36pm

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee called for the United States to break this addiction to fossil fuels in announcing the fourth iteration of his climate plan at the edge of the Click to Continue

In wake of fire, here’s what Dolphins are doing to help Edison High’s football team
06/24/2019 11:37am

A fire broke out Sunday afternoon in the field house at Edison Senior High School where the football team stored equipment. The Miami Dolphins didnt waste any time in helping Click to Continue


Miami, FL

(877) 480-3201



Miami, FL

(305) 591-4444


Police Conduct Death Investigation In Wooded Area West Of Turnpike Near Doral
06/24/2019 10:10pm

Miami-Dade police detectives are conducting a death investigation near Doral.

Military Plane C-130 Lands At Broward Airport With Several In Need Of Urgent Care
06/24/2019 10:05pm

A military C-130 plane carrying several patients in need of urgent care landed Monday afternoon at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

The 4 Best Middle Eastern Spots In Miami
06/24/2019 9:28pm

Looking to satisfy your appetite for Middle Eastern fare

Tiger Woods Dropped From West Palm Beach Wrongful Death Lawsuit
06/24/2019 7:46pm

Tiger Woods has been removed as a defendant in a wrongful death lawsuit filed against him by the parents of a drunk driver who died in a car accident on December 10, 2018.

Florida Adds 77 Hepatitis A Cases
06/24/2019 7:34pm

With 77 cases added last week, Florida has reported nearly three times as many cases of hepatitis A in 2019 as it did in all of last year.


3401 W Hallandale Beach Blvd
Pembroke Park, FL 33023   Directions

(954) 364-2500


Tourists transported to South Florida after bus crash in Bahamas
06/24/2019 4:14pm

A U.S. military C-130 aircraft transported trauma patients to South Florida Monday following a bus crash involving cruise ship passengersin the Bahamas.Four trauma patients were flown from Eleuthera to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport after their injuries were too severe to be treated in the Bahamas.The 32 tourists were passengers on the Carnival Ecstasy and were on a shore excursion when the accident occurred. All but the four transported to the U.S. were treated at a local clinic and returned to the ship.The more severe injuries rangedfrom fractured arms and legs to internal injuries. One passengermay also be paralyzed.Photos of the incident show the bus on its side after it overturned on a road. Carnival Cruise Line saidall bus tours on the island have been suspended.All four patients were conscious and speaking and brought to Broward Health Medical Center.The Carnival cruise ship departed from Jacksonville on Friday.

Teen arrested in shooting of rapper in Pompano Beach
06/24/2019 4:35pm

A 16-year-old has been arrested in the shooting of another teenager in Pompano Beach earlier this month.The teen was arrested Friday following an investigation into the shooting of Christian Moore outside a convenience store on June 15.An investigation determined Moore got into a verbal exchange with another group while he was inside the store on Martin Luther King Jr.Boulevard. The dispute continued when all parties left the store.The teen opened fire as Moore, his brother and another friend were driving away, Broward Sheriff&39s Office deputies said. Moore was the only one shot.Moore&39s brother and friend tried rushing him to Broward Health North but lost control of their car and slammed into a wall on an exit ramp on Interstate 95.The group eventually made it to the hospital, where Moore underwent hours of surgery to remove the bullet from his head.Moore is well-known to fans as rapper C Glizzy, who has thousands of followers on social media and performs in concerts nationwide.

NB I-95 shut down following major crash, Miami-Dade officials say
06/24/2019 9:47pm

Northbound I-95 has been shut down following a crash that happened near the interstate and Northwest 103rd Street.Miami-Date Fire Rescue officials said five people were involved in the crash, and three of them were taken to an area hospital.Officials are urging drivers in the area to find an alternate route.Watch Local 10 News and refresh Local10.com for updates on this story.

Jury recommends death penalty for man who killed McStay family
06/24/2019 8:49pm

A jury recommended the death penalty for the man who killed a California family of four and buried them in the Mojave Desert nine years ago.Charles Ray Merritt, 62, was found guilty earlier this month on four first-degree murder charges in the deaths of Joseph and Summer McStay and their children Gianni, 4, and Joseph Jr., 3.Jurors recommended life in prison for Merritt with no parole for the murder of Joseph Mc Stay, but they delivered three death penalty recommendations for the murders of his wife and their two children.The family went missing in 2010. Their bodies were found in a shallow grave in the Mojave Desert in 2013, about 100 miles north of their San Diego home. They had died of blunt force trauma, according to police.Merritt, a business associate of Joseph&39s, was arrested in 2014. Prosecutors say Merritt owed McStay more than $42,000.The family&39s disappearance long puzzled investigators who said there were no signs of struggle at their Fallbrook home. Food had been left out and the dogs were home.

Officer, suspect in Fort Lauderdale police-involved shooting identified
06/24/2019 10:08am

Fort Lauderdale police have released the names of the officer and suspect involved in Friday night&39s shooting at a bus terminal.Detective Tracy Figone said Monday that Officer Alexander Paul fired the shot that wounded Melvin Wring.The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is investigating the police-involved shooting, but Wring&39s brother, Timothy Major, told Local 10 News the officer shot Wring in the back as he was walking out of a bathroom.Although Major said the officer had no reason to fire, at least one witness who spoke to Local 10 told a different story.He goes into his waistband, trying to pull something, and then the cop shot him, a witness said.Wring, 30, was taken to Broward Health Medical Center, where he underwent surgery.Figone said Paul, 26, has been employed by the Fort Lauderdale Police Department since August 2015.No other information about the shooting has been released.


15000 SW 27th St
Miramar, FL 33027   Directions

(954) 622-6000


Tourists Transported to South Florida After Bus Crash in Bahamas
06/24/2019 9:25pm

Several victims of a bus crash in the Bahamas were transported in a military C-130 aircraft to South Florida, where they were treated for their injuries, fire officials said.The aircraft arrived with four trauma patients at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport at around 4 p.m. on Monday, according to Batallion Chief Michael B. Kane. Their injuries were too severe to be treated in the Bahamas. CPD Releases More Records, Hours of Videos in Smollett Case A shore excursion bus with 32 guests from Carnival Ecstasy crashed Monday morning near Rock Sound, Eleuthera, north of Princess Cays, Carnival Cruise Line officials said. The cruise, a five-day Bahamas excursion, left Jacksonville on Saturday.Twenty-eight of the guests were treated at a local clinic in the Bahamas and have been cleared to return to the ship, cruise officials said. The cause of the crash is still being investigated. Hundreds Mourn Maryland Woman Who Died in Dominican Republic Kane said three of the four patients sustained serious injuries, ranging from fractures of the arms and legs to internal injuries and possible paralysis. All of the patients were conscious and transported to Broward Health in Fort Lauderdale.Fire officials believe the patients are civilians. Special Prosecutor Requested in South Bend Police Shooting According to FLL airport officials, the C-130 flew from Georgia to the Bahamas.Photo Credit: Eyewitness News Bahamas

Florida Woman Wanted in Killing of Daughter, Stepdad Caught
06/24/2019 9:43pm

A woman suspected of shooting and killing her 8-year-old daughter and stepfather in an apartment complex along Floridas Treasure Coast has been taken into custody, authorities said.Alyssa Torres, 29, was taken into custody around 10:30 a.m. Monday, Port St. Lucie Police officials said. Trump, Accused Again of Sexual Assault, Says It Never Happened NBC affiliate WPTV-TV said the incident took place around 12:30 a.m. Monday inside the complex in Port St. Lucie, reporting that officers responded after hearing reports of shots being fired and finding two people dead at the location.Police later identified the stepfather as 54-year-old Felix Rivera. The daughters name wasnt released. Florida Woman Jailed for Turning in Husbands Guns to Police Torres mother, 53-year-old Marisol Rivera, was injured in the incident and was taken to a nearby hospital but she wasnt shot and her injuries are not considered life threatening, officials said.The suspect, Torres, reportedly fled the scene in a silver 2005 Toyota Rav4 and was believed to be armed and dangerous. Where Is Kevin New Push to Solve Missing NJ Toddler Mystery Investigators said Torres was taken into custody without incident at a home in Fort Pierce and taken to police headquarters for questioning by detectives. A motive for the shooting was unknown, and police said she appears to have acted alone.It doesnt make any sense, were trying to figure it out ourselves, one family member told WPTV.Police said Torres admitted to shooting her family members, and will face two murder charges and one charge of aggravated battery with deadly weapon.Check back with NBC 6 for updates.Photo Credit: St. Lucie County Sheriffs Office

Bottled Water Brand Found to Have High Levels of Arsenic Pulled From Stores
06/24/2019 8:00pm

Peafiel bottled water is being pulled from store shelves after a report found that the products contained arsenic at levels that exceeded federal standards, NBC News reports.Keurig Dr Pepper Inc., the company that makes this brand of bottled water, said Peafiel unflavored mineral spring water products are involved in the market withdrawal. It wrote in a statement Friday that it is voluntarily pulling the products, which are sold at Target and Walmart, and possibly other vendors. CPD Releases More Records, Hours of Videos in Smollett Case The move comes after a report from the non-profit Center for Environmental Health found bottles of Peafiel water, which are imported from Mexico, contained arsenic levels above standards set by the Food and Drug Administration and the state of California.Californias consumer protection law, Proposition 65, classifies arsenic as a metal that can cause cancer and reproductive harm. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention links long-term exposure to high levels of arsenic in drinking water to an increased risk for diabetes, high blood pressure and several types of cancer. Hundreds Mourn Maryland Woman Who Died in Dominican Republic Photo Credit: Matt Cardy/Getty Images

FL's Hispanic Voters Disapprove of Trump's Performance: Poll
06/24/2019 5:14am

The majority of Floridas Hispanic voters disapprove of President Donald Trumps job performance but are against his impeachment, according to a new survey conducted by Mason-Dixon for Telemundo Station Group.Fifty-four percent of the voters surveyed expressed disapproval of Trumps performance, with 37 percent saying they approved it. The biggest difference, however, is among voters of Cuban origin, who approve the presidents management at 59 percent. Special Prosecutor Requested in South Bend Police Shooting But despite being dissatisfied with his management, 46 percent of respondents were against an eventual impeachment in Congress following the investigation of special counsel Robert Muellers Russia investigation, while 41 percent said they were in favor of impeachment and 13 percent were undecided.The telephone survey was conducted from June 6 to 11, among 400 registered Hispanic voters in Florida. The study has a margin of error of /- 5 percentage points. Trump, Accused Again of Sexual Assault, Says It Never Happened In assessing the presidents performance, 48 percent of respondents felt that the country is on the wrong track, while 41 percent said it is on the right track.In terms of the economy, opinions are more divided with 35 percent saying they have more confidence, 34 percent saying they have less confidence and 27 percent having the same confidence. But when considering the economic situation within 12 months, 25 percent said they were more confident, 33 percent less confident. Florida Woman Jailed for Turning in Husbands Guns to Police Seventy percent said they were satisfied with their current health insurance options, although 47 percent said they were in favor of the federal government offering universal health coverage through Medicare, abolishing private health insurance programs.IMMIGRATIONAmong the most important problems facing the country, 24 percent said immigration, followed by the economy at 21 percent, health care at 17 percent, the impeachment process of President Trump at 10 percent, national security at 7 percent, arms control at 6 percent, climate change at 5 percent, taxes and government spending at 4 percent and abortion at 4 percent.Regarding immigration, 53 percent of respondents disapprove of the way the Trump administration has handled immigration policy, to 39 percent who approve. But 59 percent of Cuban voters approve of the White Houses immigration policy, while 35 percent are against it.Fifty-seven percent of Hispanics surveyed disapprove of efforts to build a wall on the border with Mexico, while 39 percent approve, and 85 percent are in favor of extending protection programs to so-called dreamers.On the other hand, 56 percent expressed support for the establishment of sanctuary cities to protect undocumented immigrants, including 44 percent of voters of Cuban origin. The governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, recently signed a law that prohibits the creation of these sanctuary cities in the state.In addition, 58 percent of respondents believe that undocumented immigrants contribute to the countrys economy, while 24 percent believe that undocumented immigrants harm the economy.President Trump has strong support for his proposal to limit the number of visas by family ties and implement a system based on merit. Sixty-one percent said they were in favor of the proposal, with 31 percent opposed.The respondents also expressed support for the granting of a temporary protection status TPS for Venezuelan immigrants at 69 percent, and for Puerto Rico to become the 51st state in the nation, with 74 percent.A total of 58 percent, meanwhile, was in favor of including in the census a question on the legal status of people in the United States, while 32 percent were against.Regarding the controversy over tariffs on Mexican products, 71 percent of respondents said that the Mexican government should cooperate more with the United States to stop the flow of migrants in order to avoid imposing tariffs.SOCIAL TOPICSIn terms of social issues, 36 percent favor the legalization of abortion while 41 percent are in favor of legal abortion with restrictions and 18 percent believe that abortion should be prohibited.Sixty-nine percent oppose allowing teachers to carry weapons in public schools, while 56 percent believe that climate change is a very serious problem and 47 percent would agree to allocate public funds to programs to combat their effects.When it comes to marijuana for recreational use, 48 percent said they were in favor of legalization in the state to 49 percent that were against.THE 2020 CAMPAIGNRegarding the 2020 presidential election, respondents expressed their preferences for the Democratic candidates and former Vice President Joe Biden was in front with 26 percent, followed by Bernie Sanders with 12 percent, Elizabeth Warren with 10 percent, Kamala Harris at 4 percent, Beto ORourke at 4 percent, Pete Buttigieg at 3 percent, Julin Castro at 2 percent, Corey Booker at 1 percent and Tulsi Gabbard at 1 percent. Another 37 percent said they were undecided.When asked how they would vote if the presidential election were held today, 34 percent of respondents said they would vote for Trump while 56 percent said they would vote for a Democrat. Another 10 percent indicated that they were not sure what their vote would be.The segment of independent voters is the only one that registers a tie between those who favor re-election 39 percent and those who prefer a Democrat 39 percent, with 22 percent still undecided.Trump, on the other hand, enjoys strong support among Cuban voters, with 57 percent saying he would vote for his re-election by 32 percent who said he was willing to replace him. But 72 percent of non-Cuban Hispanic voters are against his re-election while only 18 percent are in favor.In the 2016 election, President Trump won the state of Florida with 49.0 percent of the votes, to 47.8 percent for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.Photo Credit: Getty Images

Miami-Dade Police Officer Accused of Dealing in Stolen Trucks
06/24/2019 3:58pm

A Miami-Dade Police officer and his associate were arrested Monday for dealing in stolen vehicles, authorities said.Officer Orestes Santiago Verdura, and 38-year-old Ariel Sanchez, were arrested on charges including dealing in stolen property, organized scheme to defraud and conspiracy to commit organized scheme to defraud, the Miami-Dade State Attorneys Office said.Verdura is a 6-year veteran of the department and was assigned to uniform patrol in Miami Lakes but has been suspended, officials said.Todays arrest although extremely disappointing, in no way represents the hard work and dedication of the men and women of our department who serve their community with distinction each day, Miami-Dade Police Deputy Director Alfredo Ramirez said in a statement. I am proud and grateful of our Professional Compliance Bureaus investigative efforts to expose this breach of the publics trust and allow us to hold those involved accountable for their actions.Officials said the charges stem from an investigation into stolen trucks that were delivered by Sanchez and sold or brokered by Verdura. A confidential informant told investigators that Verdura and Sanchez considered stealing and selling a Lamborghini from an acquaintance they both knew, but the plan fell through with no action undertaken.Verdura then brokered two separate sales of Ford F-250 pickup trucks that had been reported stolen in Palm Beach County, officials said. In both instances, payment was made in official Miami-Dade County funds to Verdura, who collected the payment while on duty, dressed in his police uniform, and driving a marked MDPD police vehicle, officials said.Bond was set at $110,000 for each, and attorney information wasnt available.Officer Verdura betrayed everything and everyone he pledged to honor when he began engaging in his alleged criminal activities, State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle said in a statement. I am proud of the swift action taken by the Miami-Dade Police Department to end Verduras fraudulent activities and bring him and his associate to justice.Photo Credit: NBC 6

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