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Threats of fines or jail time over missed jury duty by phone o...

Phone calls or emails threatening citizens with fines or jail time over missed jury duty are a scam, the U.S. Marshals office warned Thursday. And the fraudsters have begun reaching out to people in South Florida. Missing jury duty is a crime that ... Miami Herald, 1 week ago
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In Miami, Castro's Death Marked With Salsa Party, Tears and Free Cuba Libres

In South Florida, as in the rest of the nation, many awoke Saturday morning to the news that Fidel Castro had died overnight — triggering spontaneous celebrations in the streets of Miami, provoking reflection among Cuban exiles and others, and ...
 Miami Herald1 month ago 'It brought tears to my eyes: Miami's Cuban Americans celebrate Fidel Castro's death  Washington Post1 month ago Cuban-Americans have taken to the streets of Miami to celebrate the death of Fidel Castro  Business Insider1 month ago Marco Rubio: Fidel Castro an evil, murderous dictator who inflicted misery and suffering  MSN News US1 month ago

Key hearing in Homestead machete murder case to be held in secret, judge rules

Former students accused of the savage machete murder of a teen in Homestead want to be released from jail before trial and a judge is allowing the evidence against them to remain secret. In a rarely seen move, a Miami-Dade judge on Tuesday ...
 Miami Herald2 weeks ago

This sheriff has an animal farm next to the jail. And there's a new pig and 3 horses

Benny, a chocolate brown miniature horse who is about 8 months old and has a habit of nibbling visitors shoes and cargo shorts, found a new home at the Monroe County Sheriff's Office Animal Farm two weeks before Christmas. And Benny didn't arrive ...
 Miami Herald3 weeks ago
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US braced for new influx of Cuban immigrants in wake of Fidel Castro's death

US authorities fear thousands of Cubans will take advantage of Fidel Castro's death to flee the island and move to Miami. Miami Dade County Schools Superintendent Albero M Carvlho warned that thousands of Cubans may arrive in Miami with their ...
 NewsGrio1 month ago After Castro, what's next?  Miami Herald1 month ago 'This is like a carnival'; Cuban exiles in Miami celebrate Fidel Castro's death  CNEWS1 month ago Miami's joyous Cubans hope for change with Castro's death  Stars and Stripes1 month ago

Crowds flood streets of Miami's Little Havana to cheer Castro's death

It was a party decades in the making, and you could hear it before you could see it. Brandishing pots and pans, hundreds of elated Cubans paraded through the Miami neighborhood of Little Havana on Saturday night. They waved the Cuban flag as they ...
 MSN News US1 month ago Cuban exiles: Crowds cheer Castro's death in Miami  CNN1 month ago

Miami's exile community is full of people whose paths crossed Fidel Castro's

Miami's tightly knit and often contentious exile community is full of people whose paths crossed Fidel Castro's. They knew him when he was a college student struggling for attention, when he was holed up in the Sierra Maestra mountains fighting ...
 Miami Herald1 month ago

Miami man who hid $22.6 million cash in Home Depot buckets faces federal charges

The man found with $22.6 million in suspected marijuana cash stuffed in buckets inside his Miami Lakes home wants to start his trial in state court next month. Uncle Sam, however, wants him first. A federal grand jury has indicted Luis ...
 Miami Herald1 month ago

Marijuana possession may have lighter penalties in Keys

Monroe County may make the move to lighten penalties for possessing a small amount of marijuana. A draft ordinance going to the Monroe County Commission at its Tuesday meeting in Key West proposes to allow law-enforcement officers to issue a ...
 Miami Herald2 months ago

Her dad was gone and her mom was in jail. Here's how she got to the White House

While other kids her age were learning new vocabulary words and basic math skills, Janasia Johnson was learning how to live without her mother. At age 8, Johnson's mother was sent to prison for second-degree murder, leaving the now-14-year-old to ...
 Miami Herald2 months ago
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