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The operator of a Hialeah pet rescue shelter was arrested Thursday after authorities say she kept as many as 200 dogs and cats in "deplorable conditions" inside a small warehouse.
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Two museums in Miami-Dade County are recipients of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation grants for programs that encourage family engagement in early childhood education.
A Boynton Beach man is recovering after a water moccasin sunk its teeth into his foot.
One day last January, Ariel Gonzalez was picking oranges in Okeechobee. The next, the 35-year old Mexican laborer was overcome with lower back pain from what would later be diagnosed as Stage 5 kidney disease.
From the South Florida site: Thor Equities continued building its portfolio in Miami's Design District with a $9.6 million acquisition, while developer David Edelstein picked up two properties in the district for $10.6 million, The Real Deal has learned.
Bill Johnson, former director of PortMiami, isn't going to end his nearly 35-year career with Miami-Dade County quietly.
The Florida Department of Health congratulates Olga Connor, director of Communication and Legislative Affairs, Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County, as the 2014 Sherman Winn "I Care" award winner at this year's Miami-Dade County Days.
Gov. Rick Scott is making a special effort to protect children by upping the budget for the Department of Children and Families.
The Gator Club of Miami hosts an evening of revelry and ragtime at the most highly anticipated event of the year.
Betty Hernandez is no stranger to Marco Island, nor is her family a stranger to living the dream of opportunity in America.
Once a downtrodden and undervalued neighborhood, this pocket just north of downtown Miami is undergoing a quiet transformation.
The Miami Dade College District Board of Trustees on Monday made clear their "unequivocal support" of college president Eduardo Padrón following his public, personal spat with several powerful local lawmakers.
For the first time since the 1980s, the . The event took place in Downtown Miami from April 6 through April 9 at the InterContinental hotel.
IN ON A $1 MILLION INSURANCE POLICY, ALLEGEDLY THANK BACK IN 2002. THE VENETIAN CAUSEWAY AND NEWLY FOUND STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS THAT FORCE AWED METRO BUS ROUTE TO SUSPEND ITS SERVICE.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, Miami New Times began a search for the best this city has to offer.
An iconic Miami Causeway, in need of repairs due to structural problems, is temporarily suspending the city's bus service.