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  • Fate of Briton serving life term for Florida murders now in judge's hands

    Fate of Briton serving life term for Florida murders now in judge's hands
    A Florida judge on Thursday wrapped up a three-day hearing to re-examine the 27-year-old conviction of a British man serving a life sentence for an execution-style double murder in Miami that his lawyers say he did not commit. Attorneys for Krishna...
  • Trailer portion of stolen NFL production truck recovered, police say

    Trailer portion of stolen NFL production truck recovered, police say
    The trailer portion of an NFL Network production truck that was reported stolen from a Miami Lakes hotel parking lot was recovered in northeast Miami-Dade County, police said Wednesday evening. The vehicle was in South Florida as part of the Dolphins-...
  • Bimini SuperFast abandons Fort Lauderdale

    Bimini SuperFast abandons Fort Lauderdale
    Less than a month after cruising into Port Everglades as a midweek vacation option, the Bimini SuperFast is leaving Fort Lauderdale. SuperFast officials announced a change in schedule Friday afternoon, featuring four overnight cruises to Bimini, all...
  • People on the Move

    People on the Move
    Promotions and recognition at employers in South Florida. Legal Melanie Batdorf has been appointed as an associate with the law office of Gary S. Ostrow PA. Batdorf most recently was an assistant state attorney for the Office of the State Attorney,...
  • On Florida's Amelia Island, a mix of tranquility and history

    On Florida's Amelia Island, a mix of tranquility and history
    A sliver of light peeked between the drapes of my hotel room and woke me. The sun was not yet above the horizon, and I watched a shrimp boat move slowly across the water, the arms holding its trawl nets spread wide. I squinted, looking for the halo of...
  • When we met the Beatles

    When we met the Beatles
    Found in the lobby of downtown museum HistoryMiami is a video of the Beatles' second public performance on American soil: in the ballroom of the Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach on Feb. 16, 1964. The moptopped lads from Liverpool crooned their doo-wop-style...
  • Ski clubs schedule winter trips

    Ski clubs schedule winter trips
    Whether you are a novice who hasn't even seen snow, or you take to the slopes like an Olympian, ski clubs have plans for you. The clubs schedule a roster of trips to winter wonderlands each year, and the trips are open to skiers of all skill levels....
  • Celebration passengers describe chaotic scene

    Celebration passengers describe chaotic scene
    After the Bahamas Celebration struck something off the coast of Freeport, Bahamas, on Halloween night, passengers describe a scene of chaos, confusion and panic. "People were passing out from the heat because it took hours to get off the ship," said...
  • Bahamas Celebration strikes object; passengers still return to Palm Beach

    Bahamas Celebration strikes object; passengers still return to Palm Beach
    All in all, it's a good thing it was a slow night on the Resorts World Bimini SuperFast. The high-end ferry can take 1,500 vacationers to the Bimini resort in just over two hours, which, according to the folks at Resorts World, makes it the fastest...
  • Four Seasons food truck rolling into South Florida

    Four Seasons food truck rolling into South Florida
    If you needed further proof that food trucks are now a mainstream way of eating, check out the Four Seasons Food Truck tour. Now in its second season, the tony hotel chain started its East Coast food truck tour on Sept. 16 in Boston. It will stop at...
  • Wanted: Owner of class ring lost 40 years ago

    Wanted: Owner of class ring lost 40 years ago
    For about 40 years, Albert Berkowitz has held onto the 1974 Miramar High School class ring, hopeful that one day he would find its rightful owner. He kept it on his bedroom dresser in a wooden jewelry box mixed in with other little knickknacks —...