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El Nuevo Herald
El Nuevo Herald

Miami, FL

(305) 376-2820


Cinco cambios que afectan a inmigrantes legales en 2019 para USCIS cumplir órdenes de Trump
10/19/2019 10:41am

A lo largo de tres aos de mandato, el presidente Donald Trump ha firmado un grupo de rdenes ejecutivas para restringir la inmigracin legal e irregular a Estados Unidos y Click to Continue

Miles de cubanos rinden homenaje y despiden a Alicia Alonso
10/19/2019 3:53pm

Con flores blancas sobre su fretro y otras de vivos colores a su alrededor, msica clsica y un desfile incesante de cubanos, el sbado se rindi homenaje a la prima Click to Continue

Pasajeros de cruceros podrían usar trenes rápidos de Brightline con nueva estación en PortMiami
10/19/2019 2:12pm

El jueves, los planes para construir una nueva estacin en PortMiami para los trenes de Brightline, que le prestara servicio a pasajeros de cruceros avanzaron un poco ms. Entretanto, el Click to Continue

Militares patrullan en la capital chilena tras disturbios
10/19/2019 3:19pm

Las fuerzas militares patrullan las calles de Santiago el sbado, algo no visto desde la sangrienta dictadura de Augusto Pinochet 1973-1990, despus que el gobierno de Sebastin Piera impusiera un Click to Continue

Hialeah es más cubana que la Pequeña Habana. Eso descubrieron miamenses que no la conocen
10/19/2019 12:08pm

En un domingo reciente, un escenario poco llamativo tuvo lugar en Miami: un autobs turstico dio vueltas por la ciudad, trasladando a personas con cmaras de foto. Pero haba algo 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


48 closed-circuit cameras to keep eye on Wynwood
10/15/2019 10:18pm

By the end of the year, a network of 48 closed-circuit cameras and two license-plate readers will help reassure Wynwood revelers, diners, and shoppers that they can go about their business worry-free. If its not safe, people wont come, said Jorge Colina, Miami police chief, speaking to the Wynwood Business Improvement District BID meeting Friday. Related Posts:US Homeland Security reports to shut Wynwood arteryMiami-Dade police director says dont buy dashboard camerasWynwood expansion effort stumbles, will go onFour-block stretch in Wynwood to become a street muralFYI Miami: March 29, 2018The post 48 closed-circuit cameras to keep eye on Wynwood appeared first on Miami Today.

Retail, condos, apartments advance at Miami Worldcenter
10/15/2019 10:15pm

Miami Worldcenter, the mega-project in the Park West area, is shaping up nicely, said Nitin Motwani, one of the principals. There have been 250 closings at Paramount, Miami Worldcenters landmark 60-story glass-fronted condominium. Its going great, with 90 of the buildings 569 units sold, Mr. Motwani said. Prices range from $750,000 to $10 million. People Related Posts:Miami Worldcenter expected to near completion by 2021Miami Worldcenter developer hails progress of BrightlineThe Plaza Coral Gables is shorter but trimmerBrickell Bay Drive plan would add 700 apartments, hotelMore than 3,000 new residential units in pipeline for DoralThe post Retail, condos, apartments advance at Miami Worldcenter appeared first on Miami Today.

New Miami-Dade courthouse ahead of schedule at lower cost
10/15/2019 10:12pm

Talks leading to building a new civil courthouse on Flagler Street are going well with top-ranked development team Plenary Justice Miami LLC, according to Dan Chatlos, strategic programs director of Miami-Dade Internal Services so well, he said, that negotiations should end this week. That will keep us on track to put an item before Related Posts:China trade spat spurs rush of courthouse constructionNew Flagler Street civil courthouse meetsMiami-Dade courthouse to cost $1.2 billion onMiami-Dade County civil courthouse back at square oneSite pinpointed for new civil courthouse in MiamiThe post New Miami-Dade courthouse ahead of schedule at lower cost appeared first on Miami Today.

Multi-million deal would run Virgin Trains into Port of Miami
10/15/2019 10:09pm

Less than a week after they OKd spending up to $76.7 million in taxpayer dollars on a new Virgin Trains station in Aventura, Miami-Dade lawmakers today 10/17 are to look at another multimillion-dollar deal to extend the companys services to PortMiami. County commissioners are to consider a memorandum of understanding MOU with Virgin summarizing the Related Posts:Virgin Trains USA might roll into PortMiamiAfter Brightline deal, Virgin Group gets seaportPortMiami deals to create 27,500 jobs, mayor saysAs PortMiami rides high, more development deals on horizonVirgin Trains USA starts building rail line to OrlandoThe post Multi-million deal would run Virgin Trains into Port of Miami appeared first on Miami Today.

Miami-Dade may target micro-housing to beat rising costs
10/15/2019 10:06pm

Miami-Dade lawmakers may soon tell Mayor Carlos Gimnezs administration to take another look at micro-housing including micro-apartments, tiny homes and accessory dwelling units as a way to address rising housing costs throughout the county. Micro-homes come in various forms, from micro-units in multi-family buildings to standalone single-family dwellings built on foundations or trailer Related Posts:Micro-size residential units may help beat housing shortage2,700 affordable housing units targeted for downtown MiamiOvertown tower to have 98 of 616 units micro-sizedMiami-Dade grows affordable housing inventory by 3Lagging North Beach moves closer to renaissanceThe post Miami-Dade may target micro-housing to beat rising costs appeared first on Miami Today.

South Florida Business Journal
South Florida Business Journal

80 SW 8th St
Miami, FL 33130   Directions

(786) 533-8250


Campus Tour: Barry University (Photos)
10/19/2019 1:33pm

Barry University offers a private school environment with a low student-to-faculty ratio in Miami Shores.Founded in 1940, the Catholic university is in its first year under President Mike Allen. It had enrollment of 5,524 in fall 2018, according to the Business Journal Book of Lists. Two high-profile county leaders are alumni: Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez and Miami-Dade Public School Superintendent Alberto Carvalho. See the gallery for a photo tour of Barry Universitys 122-acre

Tenet names McCauley head of St. Mary's Medical Center
10/18/2019 2:30pm

She was most recently CEO of Tenet Florida Physician Services.

South Florida foreclosure filings fall in Q3
10/18/2019 2:30pm

After an increase in foreclosures during the first half of the year, the market calmed down a bit.

Coral Gables property could be rezoned for $66M project
10/18/2019 1:57pm

Ponce Park Tower would have 150 apartments, 41,326 square feet of offices, 2,642 square feet of retail and 6,498 square feet of restaurants.

Inside The List: All about Seminole Hard Rock 96,000-square-foot expansion
10/18/2019 1:52pm

The propertys largest space is 38,000 square feet, and its largest reception room can hold 5,000 people.

The Miami Herald
The Miami Herald

3511 NW 91 Ave
Miami, FL 33172   Directions

(800) 843-4372


Miami Hurricanes miss three short field goals, are stunned in overtime by Georgia Tech
10/19/2019 2:53pm

Now, even a winning season is in question. The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets came into Hard Rock Stadium on Saturday as 18 point underdogs to the University of Miami Hurricanes. Click to Continue

A long shot makes a wild attempt at getting the Miami Dolphins’ attention | Opinion
10/18/2019 2:10pm

To say Kieron Williams dreams of playing in the NFL probably isnt right. Because some nights Williams wants it so much, he doesnt sleep at all. And because talking about Click to Continue

Human waste from homeless people makes downtown Miami streets unpleasant, unsanitary
10/19/2019 5:30am

Homeless people living on the streets and sidewalks of downtown Miami are also relieving themselves on the streets and sidewalks of downtown Miami, turning the citys core into an outdoor Click to Continue

Different designation for Nestor, but the same storm surge and winds hitting Florida
10/19/2019 7:37am

In Saturdays earliest hours, Tropical Storm Nestor smacked Florida Gulf Coast beaches with storm surge and 50 mph winds. By Saturdays middle hours, Nestor was recast as a post-tropical cyclone, Click to Continue

‘Just not a discussion’: How paralyzing group-think led to six deaths at FIU bridge
10/19/2019 6:00am

The first sign something was terribly wrong with Florida International Universitys ambitious, unfinished pedestrian bridge over Tamiami Trail came nearly three weeks before it collapsed onto idling cars and killed Click to Continue


Miami, FL

(877) 480-3201



Miami, FL

(305) 591-4444


Tigertail + Mary Serves Up Digital Bite Of Black Truffle Tagliatelle With Poached Egg
10/19/2019 11:00am

In todays digital bite, Chef Stephen Ullrich and chef Michael Schwartz are serving up delicious Black Truffle Tagliatelle with poached egg and sunchoke chips from Tigertail Mary in Coconut Grove.

Legislation Introduced To Block G-7 Summit At President Trump’s Doral Property
10/18/2019 10:06pm

On Friday afternoon lawmakers introduced legislation to try to block the G-7 Summit from being held at President Donald Trumps property in Doral.

Suspect Sought In Shooting At Davie Truck Stop
10/18/2019 10:00pm

Davie police detectives are looking for a suspect wanted in connection with a shooting at a truck stop near SR-441 and I-595.

Judge Gives Partial Victory To Felons In Voting Fight
10/18/2019 10:00pm

In a battle about a constitutional amendment passed last November, a federal judge said Friday that Florida cannot deny the right to vote to felons who have served their sentences but are genuinely unable to pay legal financial obligations.

Tropical Storm Nestor To Bring Rain Over Much Of Florida’s Gulf Coast
10/18/2019 9:33pm

Tropical Storm Nestor is expected to bring rain to the Gulf Coast of Florida.


3401 W Hallandale Beach Blvd
Pembroke Park, FL 33023   Directions

(954) 364-2500


North Carolina exhibit honors women in the military
10/19/2019 1:37pm

The father of an Army captain is putting the spotlight on women in the military ... past and present.Emmett Casciato, curator of the Veterans History Museum of the Carolinas, has a daughter who was appointed to West Point Army Academy and then served five years with the Army as a captain. For one of those five years, Abby Casciato was deployed to Afghanistan.During the last three years, Casciato collected women&39s uniforms dating to World War II and turned the Brevard museum&39s conference room into a new exhibit featuring those uniforms.Casciato put out a call to the community to send 8x10 photos of loved ones who served, so he could include them in the exhibit. The result was a 30-foot wall covered in pictures of women from all branches of the military and all time periods dating to World War I.Also included in this exhibit will be three lectures by the following women:Nov. 7: U.S. Navy Captain Ret. Maureen Copelof: History of Women in the Military Nov. 14: U.S. Navy Medical Officer Recruiter Lt. Barbara Sterrenberg, Knoxville, Tennessee:My Career in the Navy Nov. 21: U.S. Army Nurse, WWII, Dorothy Managan: Taking Care of POWs from the Pacific in 1945The exhibit is open through November.

Mike Posner finishes his six-month trek across United States
10/19/2019 1:28pm

You probably think youre cooler than him. But youre not.Mike Posner has just crossed the entire United States, coast to coast -- on foot.The singer-songwriter trekked 2,851 miles over the course of six months, starting in Asbury Park, New Jersey, on April 15 and ending in Venice Beach, California, on Friday.My name is Mike Posner and I walked across America, Posner said on Twitter. Keep Going.Posner celebrated the end of his journey by jumping into the Pacific Ocean and enjoying a well-deserved massage on the beach.I dont even know what this experience means in the context of my life yet, Posner said in a Facebook post near the end of his journey. I do know that I am not the same person I was when I started. Im harder. Im more authentic. Im more real. Im more myself. Thats the only trophy I need.On his website, Posner said the journey had a three-part mission: to enjoy my life and help others enjoy theirs, be as authentic to other people as possible, and help others to experience transcendence.He also aimed to spend more time listening to people and invited others to participate -- even for just a mile or two.When he wasnt walking, he meditated and did a lot of yoga. Posner documented the experience on social media.Although he kept a positive attitude through most of the trek, it wasnt easy. In fact, it almost cost him his life.In August, Posner had to be airlifted to a Colorado hospital after being bitten by a rattlesnake. It took several weeks of rehabilitation before he could continue his journey.On October 9, Posner released a 16-track mixtape titled Keep Going, his mantra during the journey, The tape features other artists, including Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign and Logic.I created this project, these songs and these affirmations to remind myself who I am when things get hard. I hope they can provide you the same strength, he said at the beginning of the album.

'Murder Kroger' undergoes major rehab
10/19/2019 1:19pm

Nothing can keep Damon Parker from shopping at this citys newest Kroger, not even the awful memory of a fatal shooting he witnessed there 28 years ago.Parker, his cousin Stephanie Buffington and their friend Cynthia Prioleau were nearly inside the Atlanta supermarket when a gunman in a car approached and began shooting in broad daylight.Prioleau, 25, was the only person hit. She died that day. Her killer has not been found. Since then, at least two more unrelated killings and a series of assaults have gone down at the Kroger and a neighboring apartment complex, the Atlanta Police Department told CNN.The violence paved the way for a nickname that some directly affected by the crimes hope will vanish as the store reopens this October after a top-to-bottom rebuild: Murder Kroger.While its not unusual for a business local reputation to earn it an informal moniker, the proliferation of Murder Kroger on T-shirts, stickers and even in song lyrics has been particularly painful for those with personal ties to the attacks.Each repetition of the eerie phrase can gnaw at grief thats still quite raw, even if thats not the intention.For those not connected to the killings and attacks, the phrase may just be a throwaway punchline. It also, more deeply, could reflect a communitys use of humor to cope with tragedy or, conversely, reveal a society thats grown numb to the emotional pain that stems from too-common violence, experts told CNN.At this point Im desensitized to it, Parker said of his gut reaction to the nonchalant way some people mention Murder Kroger. Still, he wishes the nickname would disappear.Take some kind of responsibility, dont treat it like its some kind of trivial thing, he said. Just think about any tragedy weve seen since 2016 and anyone who has trivialized it in public. The Orlando nightclub shooting and the shooting at a Walmart in El Paso: Would you make a T-shirt for thatA vigil for a doomed grocery siteBy the time Joshua Richey, a construction worker, was killed in 2015 in the Krogers parking lot by two men trying to break into his truck, the lore of Murder Kroger was near its zenith.The Atlanta-based band Attractive Eighties Women in 2007 recorded a song titled Murder Kroger. Its lyrics include: Its a grocery store with a deadly twist / Youll get shot in the head for your shopping list / Murder Kroger / its the worst place to shop in all of Atlanta / you could lose your life over 12 pack of Fanta.During Conan OBriens 2010 The Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour, members of his crew stopped by the Kroger for a blog post on TeamCoco.And on Wikipedia, the Murder Kroger page since mid-2015 has collected more than 250,000 page views and 70 edits.When the Cincinnati-based grocery chain owner announced in October 2016 it would shutter the location to make way for 725 Ponce, a huge, multipurpose development with a new 65,000-square-foot Kroger store, two people refused to let it go quietly.Rachel Bowen and Rowyn Hirsch organized a satiric candlelight vigil held in the grocerys parking lot a day before it closed. Roughly 50 people attended. A moment of silence was held for victims of crimes there. Some people lit candles. Others wore Murder Kroger T-shirts, while one woman sported a Kroger paper bag with the word murder written on it in a blood-like font.I had just turned 19 at the time and had started the event as a sort of joke with a friend because I, not unlike a lot of people, use humor to cope with tragic things, Hirsch told CNN. Suddenly, our joke had turned into a news story.We had people who knew the original victim reaching out and telling us that we were being insensitive, sending us threatening messages and calling us names, she said. Mind you, we were just the face of it. The whole city had been calling it Murder Kroger for years. It all was a bit overwhelming.Parker did not find the vigils atmosphere respectful. The event inspired him to share his experience at the store in the story, Surviving Murder Kroger, published the following month.It was a party, he said. Everything was mockery. There was nothing serious about the whole thing.The roots of Atlantas fascinationSocial and economic factors might explain the disconnect between some of those who attended the vigil and the victims loved ones, said Sarah Cook, a psychology professor at Georgia State University GSU, which has a downtown campus about three miles from the Kroger.These sorts of differences may have allowed vigil attendees to put social distance between themselves and the victims and thus to ignore the costs or consequences of the event for their survivors, Cook told CNN.The event and the nickname that inspired it may also mirror the effects of violence in America, GSUs John Burrison, an English professor who studies folklore, told CNN in an email.I think Murder Kroger also reflects a fascination with crime and violence as evidenced by the number of cop shows on commercial TV, and in folklore, the large number of American murder ballads. I wouldnt call that fascination uniquely American, but ours is certainly a violent country compared with many others, Burrison said in an email.For Buffington, who witnessed Prioleaus shooting, the Murder Kroger fascination has a simpler explanation: The moniker and its trappings exemplify peoples very morbid minds, she said.Murder should never be a joke. What if it was one of their loved ones she said. These individuals are profiting financially off the murder of someones love one.The rise of BeltLine KrogerThe new Kroger reopened on October 16 along the Atlanta BeltLine, a popular multiuse trail. It features a large outdoor seating area, a Starbucks and a BBQ restaurant. Local headlines dubbed the store Beltline Kroger, while others refused to let Murder Kroger die.The store signifies Krogers ongoing commitment to the community and the ongoing economic prosperity of Atlanta, Kroger spokeswoman Kristal Howard told CNN. The City of Atlanta, community leaders, residents and businesses have come together to create and nurture a very special and safe place for residents and visitors.She declined to comment on the stores long-held nickname.A lot has changed in Atlanta since the first killing at Kroger in 1991, when Fulton County recorded 231 murders, data from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation show. In 2017, that tally was 124.As the murder rate has dropped across the county, the BeltLines Eastside Trail, along which the new Kroger sits, has transformed neighborhoods around it into some of the most desirable and pricey places to live in the city thanks to millions sunk into commercial development.One of the many patrons who will visit the new Kroger is Parker, now 47, who plans to frequent it with his two goddaughters.The various Murder Kroger paraphernalia dont bother him as much as they used to. Still, his communitys tacit acceptance of the stores violent characterization still does.Theres nothing they can do at this point, Parker said. Theyve let it go on too long. Its kind of too late. Its something that should have been addressed a long time ago.

Florida law stopping felons from voting temporarily halted
10/19/2019 12:58pm

A federal judge issued a ruling Friday temporarily blocking a Republican-backed Florida law that barred some felons from voting because of their inability to pay fines and other legal debts.The ruling by U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle could pave the way for thousands of felons who were denied the right to vote to regain the ability to cast ballots unless the state gets a higher court to intervene or if Hinkle later upholds the constitutionality of the state law.At issue is whether Florida lawmakers can require released felons to first pay all outstanding fines, restitution and other legal debts before they can regain the right to vote under last years voter-approved Amendment 4.Hinkle was particularly sympathetic to arguments made by lawyers representing disenfranchised felons who asserted that the financial requirement was akin to a poll tax.With Floridas history of close races, the case is not an inconsequential one. Democrats and Republicans alike have sought to develop an advantage at the ballot box. With next years high-stakes presidential election looming, Florida will likely again be an intensely fought battleground.Studies have shown disenfranchisement tends to take more votes from Democratic candidates, but it is unclear which party reenfranchised felons are more likely to support in Florida.While Hinkle appeared to recognize the states authority to stipulate that fines and other debts must be paid before a criminal sentence can be considered completed, he said, The last word will belong to the Florida Supreme Court.The states high court could very well entertain that question when it considers the law as part of a request by Gov. Ron DeSantis for an advisory opinion.Hinkle said that was not an issue that he was ready to answer as part of his ruling for a temporary injunction against the state.Both sides are expected to begin pleading their full case before Hinkle in April. Even then, the case could be far from final because of appeals.In his opinion, Hinkle said a felons inability to pay raises constitutional questions, noting that about 80 of the states felons have unpaid financial obligations imposed by courts during sentencing.As many as 1.4 million felons who have completed their sentences regained voting privileges under a constitutional amendment overwhelmingly passed by voters last fall. But the Republican-controlledLegislature earlier this year passed a bill later signed by DeSantis stipulating that felons must pay all fines, restitution and other financial obligations to complete their sentences.Both sides found victory in Hinkles ruling.Todays ruling affirms the governors consistent position that convicted felons should be held responsible for paying applicable restitution, fees and fines while also recognizing the need to provide an avenue for individuals unable to pay back their debts as a result of true financial hardship, Helen Aguirre Ferre, the governors spokeswoman, said in an email.She said the governor would consider options on addressing a pathway for those who are indigent and unable to address their outstanding financial obligations.The American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU of Florida, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fundand Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law were in court earlier this month seeking the preliminary injunction, which was granted in part Friday by Hinkle.The case was filed on behalf of a group of Floridians who are seeking to have their voting rights reinstated.The court held that the right to vote cannot be denied based on a persons inability to pay fines and fees. This ruling recognizes the gravity of elected officials trying to circumvent Amendment 4 to create voting roadblocks based on wealth, said Julie Ebenstein, an attorney with the ACLUs Voting Rights Project.While the ruling applies to the 10 individuals challenging the law, it could have broader implications as elections officials set up mechanisms to make it easier for other felons unable to pay their legal debts to vote.Secretary of State Laurel Lee said her department was reviewing the order but would comply with the ruling and provide guidance to local elections officials.

Demolition of New Orleans cranes expected Saturday
10/19/2019 12:49pm

The implosion of two cranes at the Hard Rock Hotel in New Orleans, which partially collapsed during construction, was expected Saturday after a delay due to a tropical storm, officials said.The precise time after noon local time was to be determined, the citys emergency preparedness agency said via Twitter.We will provide updates with ample notice as soon as possible... Stay away from the area, NOLA Ready tweeted.Saturday evenings Krewe of Boo event downtown, the citys official Halloween parade, was canceled because of the demolition, officials said.Crews had hoped to take the cranes down Friday evening, said New Orleans Fire Chief Tim McConnell. The wind is our biggest problem, he said.Tropical Storm Nestor was tracking east and has potential to bring 35 mph winds, said Collin Arnold, director of the citys Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness. Mayor LaToya Cantrell issued a state of emergency.Arnold said officials will need the publics cooperation during the demolition because people will want to watch, but he urged against it.If you are in line of sight of this, youre too close, Arnold said.Door-knocking and clearing the evacuation area will begin four hours before demolition, McConnell said.Experts plan to strategically place explosives onto the cranes, hoping the debris lands in a certain area, avoiding major gas and power lines, according to McConnell.Two bodies remain in the rubblePortions of the Hard Rock Hotel collapsed last Saturday. More than 100 construction workers were there, according to one of the construction companies.Video footage showed workers emerging from a giant cloud of dust after the upper floors collapsed and debris filled the street.At least two people were killed and 30 hospitalized, authorities said. All but one of the injured have been discharged.Cantrell said Friday she attended the funeral of Anthony Magrette, 49, whose body was removed from the site on Sunday. Cantrell emphasized the importance of finding and removing the two bodies authorities believe are still in the rubble.Documents and paperwork from the offices of contractors in the hotel have been collected and put in storage as evidence, Cantrell said.10 injured in the collapse are suing the construction companiesTen people who were injured sued Thursday.The lawsuit accuses the construction companies of failing to take reasonable care in planning, assessing, and monitoring the construction of the collapsed structure. It also claims that it was apparent that the structural supports at the building were inadequate to support the weight of the concrete slabs on the upper floors.The primary goal is to get to the bottom of exactly what happened, and make sure that nothing like this ever happens again, an attorney for the plaintiffs said.CNNs Jamiel Lynch contributed to this report.


15000 SW 27th St
Miramar, FL 33027   Directions

(954) 622-6000


Police Aide’s Alleged Racial Slur Puts DUI Cases in Jeopardy
10/19/2019 9:41am

Hundreds of DUI cases could now be in jeopardy after a Miami-Dade police aide was accused of making a racial slur about a black sergeant who was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence.Public service aide Pablo Espinoza allegedly directed the racial comment toward an attorney about his client Tracy Moore, who is also a Miami-Dade Schools police sergeant.Defense attorney Michael Catalano says Espinoza grabbed him by the arm, laughed and said, hey you know your client really looks like a monkey sitting there.I do not appreciate that and Im not happy about it, Catalano said. My client is livid.Catalano says Sgt. Moore was arrested for driving under the influence in June and was the target of Espinozas comments. He also says he provided text messages that show Espinoza apologizing for making the alleged racist comments.Miami-Dade Police released a statement saying that Espinoza has been re-assigned to administrative duties pending the outcome of an internal investigation into the alleged conduct.Sgt. Moores charges were recently upgraded to include felony child endangerment because her kids were in the car at the time of her arrest. The school district has plans to begin the process to fire her, but her attorney is fighting the charges.Catalano says the breathalyzer test was off due to her undergoing gastric bypass surgery, and that two police officers stated under oath that she was not impaired.Miami-Dade Police released a statement saying that Espinoza has been re-assigned to administrative duties pending the outcome of an internal investigation into the alleged conduct.Espinozas duties include testifying in DUI hearings about the accuracy and maintenance of police breathalyzer machines used to arrest impaired drivers.It was not made clear exactly how many DUI cases could be affected, including Sgt. Moores.

Dog Shot by BB Gun, Abandoned on Broward Street In Recovery
10/19/2019 2:00pm

A dog that was left abandoned on a South Florida street after being shot by a BB gun is recovering, but may need to have his leg amputated after an infection started to eat away at his skin and muscle.We need to find whoever did this to Parker, said Maria Gaspari, a veterinarian who took Parker in after he was found limping on a Broward County street.Gaspari, who is part of the Bullies-N-Beyond Rescue organization, worked to remove multiple BBs from Parkers leg. She wrapped his leg up in a protective bandage and took it upon herself to advocate for the injured animal.Its very important for us that if the community sees something, to say something, she said. Just contact us because we need to find whoever did this to Parker.Parker was taken to the Biscayne Animal Hospital for treatment. After veterinarians ran a series of tests and X-rays, they found he may need to have his leg amputated.Veterinarians say Parker will be okay in the long run, but Gaspari is waiting on bloodwork to see if he will need to have his leg amputated.Bullies-N-Beyond Rescue posted photos of Parker on their Facebook page. They say that Parker is taking the incident in stride.Despite his pain, we received nothing but tail wags from this boy, the organization said.Gaspare says in addition to finding the person responsible for the crime, they are also looking for a loving home for Parker.Bullies-N-Beyond Rescue is urging anyone with information about the incident to speak out.Be his voice You can remain anonymous, the post reads.Click here to visit the Bullies-N-Beyond Rescue Facebook page to find out how you can help.

Student Accused of Bringing Loaded Gun to Miami Carol City Senior High: PD
10/18/2019 11:07pm

An 18-year-old student at Miami Carol City Senior High School was arrested after he was found with a loaded gun on campus, police said.Willie Lewis Moore was arrested at the school Thursday on charges of possession of a firearm on school property and grand theft, according to an arrest report.The report said police received a tip from a man who saw a student on a Metrobus carrying a firearm exit at the school. The man gave police a description of the student, later identified as Moore.When Moores backpack was searched, police found a loaded Glock .42, the report said. A records check revealed the gun had been reported stolen in July, the report said.Moore was booked into jail, where he was being held on $11,000 bond Friday, records showed. Attorney information wasnt available.

HUD Knowingly Stalled Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Funds
10/18/2019 10:48pm

Two top officials with the Department of Housing and Urban Development admitted at a congressional hearing this week that the agency knowingly missed a legally required deadline that would have made desperately needed hurricane relief funding available to Puerto Rico, NBC News reported.HUDs chief financial officer, Irv Dennis, and David Woll, the departments principal deputy assistant secretary for community planning and development, made the admission Thursday before a House Appropriations subcommittee.The two told bewildered lawmakers that the agency missed the congressionally mandated deadline to issue a notice that would have kicked off a monthslong process to help Puerto Rico get billions in federal housing funds Congress allocated after Hurricane Maria devastated the island in 2017.HUD did fail to comply with the law, said Rep. David Price, D-N.C., said at the hearing.Photo Credit: Ricardo Arduengo/AFP/Getty Images

Trump Taps Energy Department's No. 2 to Take Over for Perry
10/18/2019 6:58pm

President Donald Trump on Friday tapped Deputy Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette to succeed Energy Secretary Rick Perry, who is expected to leave the agencys top post at the end of the year, NBC News reported.Brouillette whose broad experience in Washingtons backrooms includes stints as a top lobbyist for the Ford Motor Company, the chief of staff for the House Energy and Commerce Committee and senior Energy Department roles in multiple administrations is a total professional, Trump said in nominating him.Perry said he is leaving the Cabinet because he wants to return to Texas.Photo Credit: Bloomberg via Getty Images

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