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Miami International Airport Fire (2011)

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  • Boca Raton commuter captures speeding cops on video

    Boca Raton commuter captures speeding cops on video
    A Boca Raton commuter with a smartphone has become a one-man speed enforcer, videotaping South Florida cops and government employees racing on the highways outside their jurisdictions. His videos so far have captured two high-ranking speeders in...
  • Firefighter claimed he was involved in notorious 'Pain & Gain' murders, feds say

    Firefighter claimed he was involved in notorious 'Pain & Gain' murders, feds say
    Claims that a Coral Springs firefighter/paramedic may have been involved in the murders and beheadings of a South Florida couple in the 1990s — a notorious case featured in a major movie being released in April — are overshadowing his arrest...
  • Dog with head stuck in cooler for over a week rescued

    Rescuers were called after a female mixed-breed dog weighing about 40 pounds had somehow gotten her head stuck inside the discarded fiberglass boat cooler for more than a week in Miami-Dade County, reports the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. A veterinarian...
  • Weekend storms put small dent in drought

    Weekend storms put small dent in drought
    The weekend storms put a dent in the drought, at least in South Broward, the National Weather Service in Miami said. Notably, Miramar, Pembroke Pines, Weston and some Everglades areas in Miami-Dade and Broward counties received up to 2 inches of rain,...
  • Forestry workers specialize in dealing with disaster

    Forestry workers specialize in dealing with disaster
    The same people who have been battling wildfires in South Florida in past weeks might end up saving your life, should a hurricane hit. ¬†With little fanfare, they’ve helped scores of people in past storms. These are the firefighters, foresters and...
  • South Florida 7-on-7 team can't make nationals without sponsors

    South Florida 7-on-7 team can't make nationals without sponsors
    There has been a lot of negative talk recently about high school 7-on-7 tournaments and the influence of agents and runners and otherwise ne'er do wells. College coaches and NCAA officials say that if something is not done to confront some of the...
  • 28 home insurance rate hikes approved this summer

    28 home insurance rate hikes approved this summer
    State insurance regulators approved more than two dozen home insurance rate hikes this summer ranging from 6 to 34 percent. They ordered a rate decrease of 4 percent for Cotton States Mutual Insurance, which announced its leaving Florida last year, and...
  • Wildfire creates hazy skies

    Wildfire creates hazy skies
    You might notice some haze in the sky, the result of a wildfire in west Miami-Dade County. The 240-acre wildfire started on Monday night near Southwest Eighth Street about three miles east of Krome Avenue. Careless campers apparently ignited it, said...
  • Wellness and work

    Wellness and work
    A friend of mine is overweight, probably about 100 pounds more than what would be considered healthy. She works long hours, eats when she is stressed and says she has no time to exercise. Her employer is much less cavalier than she about the situation....
  • Police deaths up 13 percent in 2011

    Police deaths up 13 percent in 2011
    The number of police officers killed in the line of duty in the U.S. jumped 13 percent this year -- 173 compared with 153 last year -- and for the first time in more than a decade more died from gunfire than by motor vehicle accident. These figures...
  • South Florida gets cold enough to be a health hazard

    South Florida gets cold enough to be a health hazard
    To most, the upcoming cool weekend weather should be refreshing if not pleasant. To some, it could be deadly. On Friday, the lows are expected to drop into the 40s, and even that can cause hypothermia in vulnerable people, such as the elderly, children,...