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Miami International Airport

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  • Eat, Pray, Love, Miami!

    Eat, Pray, Love, Miami!
    Elizabeth Gilbert spent a year traveling through Italy, India and Indonesia on a journey of self discovery. That was the basis of her 2006 bestselling memoir (and the 2010 Julia Roberts-starring movie) "Eat, Pray, Love." These days, Gilbert still...
  • Roadwork drives some common questions

    Roadwork drives some common questions
    There's road construction pretty much everywhere you look in South Florida. And along with it are questions from commuters baffled by express lanes, traffic signals and SunPass. To help you navigate through the ongoing work, here are the answers to...
  • Cuban doctors flee foreign missions to Florida

    — Hundreds of Cuban doctors and nurses are fleeing to Florida this year, a growing stream of professional refugees who struggle to learn English and take whatever jobs they can find. Enticed by U.S. officials, their numbers have expanded...
  • Report: Loaded shotgun found in Miami airport bathroom

    Authorities are investigating the discovery of a loaded shotgun that was found Monday inside a bathroom at Miami International Airport, WTVJ-Ch. 6 is reporting. Additionally, two boxes of ammunition were found outside the restroom in Terminal D, the...
  • Tuesday: Has airport security improved?

    Tuesday: Has airport security improved?
        People are getting through security checkpoints at South Florida airports quicker. But are they getting through safer? It now takes an average of 10 minutes to get through the security checkpoints. In 2007, it sometimes took an hour or more....
  • Soggy September ties record for rainy days

    Soggy September ties record for rainy days
    Orlando's century-old record of 22 rainy days in September was tied Monday when thunder and a heavy downpour made another afternoon appearance. Records going back to 1892 for Orlando rainfall indicate the last time September saw 22 days of precipitation...
  • Frontier Airlines' service to Denver moving to MIA

    Frontier Airlines' service to Denver moving to MIA
    Frontier Airlines is expanding in South Florida with new service from Miami International Airport to four U.S. cities later this year, the Denver-based carrier announced Tuesday. On Dec. 20, the low-cost carrier will launch daily nonstop service between...
  • Tri-Rail moving ahead with coastal railroad expansion

    Tri-Rail moving ahead with coastal railroad expansion
    A plan to expand Tri-Rail service would deliver commuters smack in the center of downtowns from West Palm Beach to Miami. A proposed Tri-Rail service, called the "Coastal Link," would use the train tracks running through coastal downtown communities...
  • Accused Spanish drug lord convicted in Miami for drug money laundering

    Accused Spanish drug lord convicted in Miami for drug money laundering
    MIAMI (Reuters) - The head of a transatlantic cocaine smuggling ring dubbed 'Los Miami'€ has been convicted of laundering more than $26 million in the United States through multimillion-dollar waterfront condos and exotic sports cars. Alvaro Lopez...
  • 3 ways a Titusville Logistics Center could serve Central Florida

    3 ways a Titusville Logistics Center could serve Central Florida
    Real estate firm Flagler is pushing ahead with plans to build a new cargo handling facility, Titusville Logistics Center, near the Space Coast Regional Airport. Robert Richter, VP of business development with Coral Gables-based Flagler, said there are...
  • Passport-control computer failure traps hundreds in line at MIA

    It was a bad night at Miami International Airport. First, a computer failure in the passport-control system at Miami International Airport forced hundreds of international travelers to wait much longer than usual, and caused lines that snaked back far...