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Miami International Airport

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  • Turbulence Injures 26 on Continental Flight

    Turbulence Injures 26 on Continental Flight
    MIAMI -- A Continental Airlines jet carrying 179 people from Brazil to Texas hit severe turbulence over the Atlantic early Monday, injuring at least 26 - including four seriously - and forcing an emergency landing in Miami, officials said. One...
  • Continental Flight Makes Emergency Landing In Miami

    Continental Flight Makes Emergency Landing In Miami
    Fire rescue officials in Miami say four people were seriously injured when a Continental Airlines flight from Rio de Janeiro experienced turbulence. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue spokesman Elkin Sierra says 26 people were injured Monday. Four are in serious...
  • AA Plane Overshoots Runway, More Than 40 Hurt

    AA Plane Overshoots Runway, More Than 40 Hurt
    KINGSTON, Jamaica -- An American Airlines flight carrying 154 people skidded across a Jamaican runway in heavy rain, bouncing across the tarmac and injuring more than 40 people before it stopped just short of the Caribbean Sea, officials and witnesses...
  • South Florida rescue team working to rescue quake victims

    Members of Florida Task Force 2, an urban search and rescue team that includes firefighters from Broward and Palm Beach counties, worked furiously Friday night and early Saturday trying to rescue a 15-year-old girl from the rubble that had been a school...
  • Arrest made in Mafia case linked to Scott Rothstein

    Federal authorities have arrested the co-owner of a Pembroke Pines-based security firm on charges he conspired with a suspected Italian Mafia figure to launder money and obstruct justice, court records showed Wednesday. Enrique Ros, who runs Five Star...
  • Solo all-nighter at South Beach

    Solo all-nighter at South Beach
    My two jobs collided this past weekend in a very auspicious way. The music critic was dispatched to write about Paul McCartney's big concert at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, while the travel writer was assigned to make the most of that corporate travel...
  • TSA Screener Attacked After Making Fun of Man's Penis on Body Scanner

    TSA Screener Attacked After Making Fun of Man's Penis on Body Scanner
    MIAMI -- Full-body scanning machines revealed a little too much at Miami International Airport. An airport security screener has been charged with aggravated battery for attacking a co-worker with a baton. The insults stemmed from an X-ray of the...
  • Given failed war on drugs, Lewis charges no surprise

    ALITTLE news for the many Jamal Lewis fans -- of whom I am one -- who think the Baltimore Ravens' great running back is a victim of an overzealous federal prosecutor reaching too far to make a case out of the word "Yeah," uttered during a cellular...
  • Language in the workplace: Confronting tensions on the job

    Visit the backroom of Field of Flowers in Davie, and you'll hear a medley of accents as workers aesthetically arrange colorful bouquets. There is Mee Sum Ye, who emigrated from Hong Kong a year ago, working alongside Maria Elena Dios, who is Venezuelan....
  • FAA opens probe into cleavers carried onto jet

    The Federal Aviation Administration and an airport security company are investigating how a Chinese chef apparently got meat cleaver-like cooking utensils onto a Miami-to-Chicago flight. Ming Sung Mok, 76, was released from jail Tuesday night on his...
  • FEMA gave $21 million in Miami-Dade, where storms were 'like a severe thunderstorm'

    The four hurricanes that pummeled the rest of Florida hardly brushed Miami-Dade County. Only Hurricane Frances was a factor there -- packing the punch of a bad thunderstorm. Local officials described the damage as minimal. Yet more than 19,500 Miami-Dade...