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Miami International Airport Fire (2011)

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  • Comcast lets users control thermostat, appliances

    Most South Florida Comcast customers will soon be able to step into the future of smart homes, where consumers will regularly control their lights, air conditioning and alarm systems via a smartphone or tablet. That day arrives on July 10, when Comcast...
  • Transform your home into a smart home on the cheap

    Transform your home into a smart home on the cheap
    Thanks to technology developed in South Florida, any residence can transform into a smart home. While you are away at work or on vacation, you can pull out your Android or iPhone, Blackberry or iPad, and turn down the air conditioner, switch on the porch...
  • German bank under fire in Florida and at home

    German bank under fire in Florida and at home
    In hundreds of cases, the money trail from foreclosed and abandoned homes in South Florida leads across the Atlantic to Germany and this country's largest investment bank. Deutsche Bank was a heavyweight financial player during the American mortgage...
  • Transform your house into smart home cheaply

    Transform your house into smart home cheaply
    Thanks to technology developed in South Florida, any residence can transform into a smart home. While you are away at work or on vacation, you can pull out your Android or iPhone, Blackberry or iPad, and turn down the air conditioner, switch on the porch...
  • Trayvon Martin: Sanford officials, Rep. Corrine Brown meet with Justice officials in Washington

    Trayvon Martin: Sanford officials, Rep. Corrine Brown meet with Justice officials in Washington
    Rep. Corrine Brown, and Sanford city leaders, who met in Washington today withU.S. Department of Justicerepresentatives, said they were committed to finding answers surrounding the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. "I am not satisfied with...
  • Despite wet 2012, South Florida already abnormally dry

    Despite wet 2012, South Florida already abnormally dry
    Hard to believe that after South Florida was swamped in 2012 – thanks largely to Hurricanes Isaac and Sandy – the region already is drying out. Yet the National Weather Service says Broward and Miami-Dade Counties, as well as parts of Palm...
  • The Go Guide Weekend Preview: Drink and run in your Daisy Dukes?

    The Go Guide Weekend Preview: Drink and run in your Daisy Dukes?
    After a few years practicing in cities around the country, and a couple of last-minute test runs in St. Petersburg in November and in Orlando at Christmastime, the Tap ‘N’ Run is ready for the fit and fashionable athletes of Fort Liquordale....
  • Food truck builders shift into high gear

    Food truck builders shift into high gear
    The whirs and hisses of drills and welding torches carry outside a warehouse tucked away in a Fort Lauderdale office park. Inside, rows of step vans and delivery trucks are being reborn as food trucks. As mobile eateries have flourished in South Florida...
  • Search for trust, and options, continues in Orange amid electronic-monitoring scandals

    After a pair of brutal attacks — one allegedly by a defendant on home confinement, another by a man tracked by GPS — the electronic-monitoring programs used to keep tabs on defendants awaiting trial in Orange County are under heavy scrutiny....
  • Supremes strike down Scott’s rulemaking freeze

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Gov. Rick Scott exceeded his power when he froze agency rulemaking his first day in office last January and commenced a statewide review of the rules. The court wrote Scott “...
  • Are booze parties a charter school innovation?

     
    Charter schools are supposed to be a hothouse of innovation, but one in Miami may be in hot water over some innovative approaches it's alleged to have undertaken. That woud include, according to reports, using the school as an after hours nightclub,...