Miami

Four Florida Cities Vie For Second Amazon Headquarters

Considering the majority of online shopping originates from Amazon, it is no surprise that the Seattle company’s announcement that they were looking for a headquarters in a second city would grab the attention of urban planners. Amazon says in all that 238 cities are all making a case for the...
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Mandatory Evacuation For Portions Of South Florida

UPDATE 9.7.17-12:00pm-More Florida counties are issuing voluntary and mandatory evacuations ahead of Hurricane Irma. Here is what we know so far. Brevard County: Mandatory evacuations for Merritt Island affecting 100,000 residents as of 3:00pm Friday, September 8, 2017. Broward County: Mandatory...
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The Reason Airline Tickets Prices Appear To Be Gouged Ahead Of Irma

There is no question that Florida will experience the wrath of hurricane Irma as forecast models show the storm remaining a category 4 storm with winds from 130-156mph up to 50 miles from the eye. That has prompted many people to purchase one way airplane tickets out of the Sunshine State before...
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A Florida White Woman's Beatdown Of A White Racist Woman Goes Viral

Racism continues to be an issue our society can't seem move past and most recently it appears to be more in the open and hateful than it has for quite some time. As for Colleen Dagg of Miami , she has had enough of it. !!-- WARNING --UNEDITED STRONG LANGUAGE & VIOLENCE IN THE VIDEO--!! racist...
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Florida Company Fights Your Traffic Tickets For A Fee

Every once in a while your mind lapses and you exceed the posted speed limit. That can lead to a pricey speeding ticket, with the average fine of $150 and points off your license. An unexpected fine can strain an already tight budget and the risks of fighting it in court can be intimidating. It...
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Best and Worst Airports To Travel Through For Summer

Even after a year of bad press of overbooking, computer network crashes and massive delays, the airlines are expecting over 234 million of us to fly from June 1st through August 31st, that's up from last year's record. With all that traffic, you can expect some delays and while we can't control the...
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Attorney's Pants Catch On Fire In Courtroom

Courtrooms can be filled with drama when a person's life is at stake. The trial of Claudy Charles was no exception as the 48-year old was facing a jury of his peers in a Dade County courtroom, accused of intentionally setting his car on fire. His attorney, 28-year old Stephen Gutierrez argued that...
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FAKE: Miami Millionaire Unknowingly Marries Own Granddaughter

Here's a marriage that's strictly a family affair. A 68 year old Miami millionaire has just discovered his 3rd wife, for whom he just married, is actually his 24 year old granddaughter! The couple put the price together after looking through family photos. Apparently the man had two previous...
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Florida Teacher Denied Spanish Speaking Job Because She Doesn't Speak Spanish Sues

Get ready to scratch your head on this one. A Tracy Rosner of Palmetto Bay is suing the Miami-Dade School Board because she did not get a job teaching Spanish because she doesn't know how to speak Spanish. The 3rd grade teacher at Coral Reef Elementary applied to teach an extended foreign language...
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