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A hit-and-run driver struck a pedestrian overnight in Miami, police say
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A hit-and-run driver struck a pedestrian on Flagler Street around 2 a.m. Thursday, Miami police said.
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Ever wonder what happens if a lion gets a toothache? It's dental week at Zoo Miami
Even wild animals need to take care of their teeth.
"Just like people, dental health is linked to your overall health," said Ron Magill, Zoo Miami spokesman.
Florida Cabinet, DeSantis clear way for Miami-Dade's highway through Everglades wetlands
Southbound view of SW 157th Ave running next to the Bird Basin Park, the proposed route of the Dolphin/836 Expressway extension. pportal@miamiherald.com
'Joe Biden nou fache': Protesters in Miami demand asylum for Haitian migrants at border
Miami, Florida, September 22, 2021 - Firmante Peters (left) and Santcha Etienne chant slogans in front of the USCIS district office located at 8801 NW 7th Ave., as members of the Haitian community in Miami protest against the Biden Administration for their handling of Haitian immigrants at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Police union vote on chief Art Acevedo could give critics more ammo for upcoming showdown
Miami police union members are being asked if they've lost confidence in Chief Art Acevedo after just six months on the job and want him gone - a vote that comes less than a week before a pivotal meeting before city commissioners that could determine his fate.
No, Champlain Towers records apparently weren't stolen - but Surfside still can't find some
The town of Surfside has told the federal agency investigating the collapse of Champlain Towers South that it cannot produce many of the records the agency is seeking for its inquiry into why the building fell - but it has discarded the theory that some Champlain records might have been stolen by the town's former building official.
'We can still see his glowing smile.' Families mourn 2 friends killed in Fernandez boat crash
Emilio Macias Jr. would have celebrated his 32nd birthday on Wednesday. He might have become a big mover and shaker in Miami's financial industry.
Miami Herald's arts coverage will get a boost thanks to $200k gift from the Perez family
Susana Ibargüen loved the arts and journalism.
Key Biscayne taps Fort Lauderdale interim assistant chief to lead police department
Fort Lauderdale interim Police Chief Frank Sousa has been chosen to lead the Key Biscayne Police Department. Fort Lauderdale Police Department
Brightline parent lists marquee downtown real estate holding for half a billion dollars
Brightline's parent company, Florida East Coast Industries, is listing its marquee downtown real estate holding for $500 million - believed to be the largest multifamily asset for sale in the southeastern U.S.