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Day: November 25, 2021

Suspect Kidnaps Man, Forces Him to Drive to Miami Location Before Fleeing: Police

Miami Police are investigating an incident early Thursday morning where a suspect made their way into a car and forced the owner to drive to another scene. Officers arrived at the scene near North Miami Avenue and 62nd Street around 4:30 a.m. after receiving a call of a possible carjacking. Once on scene, officers spoke …

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E-Scooters Back in Fort Lauderdale as Miami Pilot Program in Limbo

E-scooters will be coming back to Fort Lauderdale. The mayor making it clear he wants companies to apply for permits. This comes as the future of e-scooters in Miami is in limbo.  After a nearly two year hiatus, scooters will be coming back to Fort Lauderdale, likely by spring, Mayor Dean Trantalis told the Sun-Sentinel.  …

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Travelers pack Miami International Airport, but biggest problem is no parking

MIAMI, Fla. – While officials at airports throughout the country, including Miami International Airport were expecting the amount of travelers taking to the air for the Thanksgiving holiday to be close to pre-pandemic levels, the biggest problem at MIA on Thursday was parking. MIA issued a travel advisory on its social media alerting travelers that the …

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Horace Mann Middle School Honor Students Honored At Thanksgiving Luncheon

MIAMI – Dozens of students from Horace Mann Middle School were recognized for making the honor roll with a special meal. “Last quarter my grades were two Cs and all Bs, so honor roll, it was like, maybe,” said Natalie Thomas, a student. Good grades don’t always tell the whole story, Thomas is in the …

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Vineyard owner sells Venetian Islands home to investment firm founder for $15M

Investment firm founder Sahm Adrangi paid $15 million for a waterfront home on the Venetian Islands in Miami Beach. Adrangi, founder and chief investment officer of Kerrisdale Capital Management, closed on the acquisition of the four-bedroom, 5,330-square-foot house at 21 East San Marino Drive, according to property records obtained by The Real Deal. Adrangi relocated …

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