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Man found shot to death near gas station in northwest Miami-Dade

Police are investigating after a man was found shot to death Wednesday morning in northwest Miami-Dade. The shooting occurred around 2 a.m. near a medical marijuana dispensary and a Speedway gas station on Northwest 167th Street and Second Avenue in the Golden Glades neighborhood. A large tanker truck was also parked at the gas station, …

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Report: Miami Heat would have to include Tyler Herro in any trade for Bradley Beal

Nothing has changed for the Washington Wizards when it comes to their stance on Bradley Beal and his future. They don’t have plans to trade him and, barring something unforeseen, both sides are planning to move forward and give it another shot with him and John Wall in the backcourt. But, as we have seen …

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Miami Cop’s Wife Who Was Trapped in SUV Died of Accidental Heat Stroke: Autopsy

The death of a Miami Police officer’s wife who became trapped in the back seat of his department-issued SUV for hours was caused by heat stroke and has been ruled an accident, according to a medical examiner’s report. The report from the Miami-Dade Medical Examiner on the death of Clara Paulino was released Tuesday. Paulino died on …

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Reports of Child Abuse Rise in Miami With Kids Back in School

When classes moved online during the early stages of the pandemic, child-abuse reports plummeted around the nation. Advocates worried that without teachers and school staffers paying attention to kids and watching for signs of abuse, many cases would go unnoticed. But now that most students in Miami are back in school, reports of child abuse are on the …

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Luxury condos in Miami now offer on-site doctors for residents

Well before the coronavirus disrupted Miami’s condo market, luxury developers were pushing a cutting-edge amenity: on-site concierge medical services for residents. Now, with so many people avoiding crowded doctors’ offices, those forward-thinking wellness amenities have become hits with buyers.The 126-unit, Piero Lissoni-designed Ritz-Carlton Residences on Miami Beach come with an exclusive one-year membership to Dr. Arthur Agatston’s …

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Fort Lauderdale City Hall dealing with outbreak of COVID-19

Officials at Fort Lauderdale City Hall are dealing with an outbreak of COVID-19. 12 employees with the City of Fort Lauderdale have tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Some of these employees are police officers and some work with City Manager Chris Lagerbloom, who also contracted the virus. “A little rough, on and off,” Lagerbloom …

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Body of Missing Virginia Man Found in Car Trunk in Miami-Dade After Crash

A Virginia man is facing a murder charge in the killing of his missing friend whose body was discovered in the truck of a car after a crash in Miami-Dade, authorities said. Robert Avery Coltrain, 25, was arrested on a second-degree murder charge in the killing of 25-year-old Brian Trotter, an arrest report said. The …

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Miami Beach Commissioner Tests Positive for COVID-19

A Miami Beach Commissioner says he tested positive for COVID-19 Sunday morning. In a statement posted on Twitter, Commissioner David Richardson says he began feeling symptoms Saturday evening before being tested Sunday morning. According to Richardson, he has hosted several food distribution events over the last eight months, but has made no contact with participants …

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