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Miami International Airport

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  • Rogue lawyers owe client more than $300,000, may face perjury charge and prison

    Rogue lawyers owe client more than $300,000, may face perjury charge and prison
    Two lawyers who acted so despicably in a South Florida case that they were held in contempt of court and ordered to repay $275,800 in fees to a client, have managed to create more trouble for themselves and even could end up serving time in federal...
  • Northwest airliner crash bolstered air safety

    Northwest airliner crash bolstered air safety
    Northwest Orient Flight 705, a four-engine Boeing 720 jetliner, took off from Miami International Airport into a sky full of boiling thunderstorms, broke apart and plunged into the Everglades 42 miles southwest of the airport. All 43 people onboard...
  • Dorian to deliver scattered storms Friday; hot weekend

    Dorian to deliver scattered storms Friday; hot weekend
    With moisture from the former Tropical Storm Dorian finally drifting over our region today, we should see scattered showers and storms today. Some of the rain could be heavy, the National Weather Service said. By Saturday, Dorian's remains should...
  • Airlines roll out the perks for affluent fliers

    If you are among America’s well-to-do, you may have noticed that the airline industry has been rolling out the red carpet for you lately. For good reason. The number of affluent travelers has risen in the last few years, according to a report by...
  • Airline industry is rolling out perks for affluent fliers

    Airline industry is rolling out perks for affluent fliers
    If you are among America's well-to-do, you may have noticed that the airline industry has been rolling out the red carpet for you lately. For good reason. The number of affluent travelers has risen in the last few years, according to a report by the...
  • TSA collects $500k in loose airport change. So who gets the money?

    WASHINGTON – Those nickels and dimes left behind by harried passengers at airport checkpoints sure add up -- to about $500,000 a year. But rather than let the Transportation Security Administration continue to use the unclaimed money to fund its...
  • Your trash is their treasure

    Your trash is their treasure
    On a pedestal display at Studio 18 in the Pines, Casey Eckels' sculpture "Blackbird the Viking" is a monument to silly design and found objects. The creature's hourglass-shaped body is composed of a pomegranate-juice bottle coated in black feathers and...
  • MIA to welcome Lufthansa's new 747-8 aircraft Thursday

    Nearly two years after Lufthansa brought the world's largest passenger aircraft — the Airbus 380 — to Miami International Airport, the German airline is gearing up for another milestone there. Thursday, Lufthansa will debut its Boeing 747-...
  • Caroline Reid's "Pam Ann - the Cockpit" promises to be a bumpy ride

    Caroline Reid's "Pam Ann - the Cockpit" promises to be a bumpy ride
    Kitschy air hostess Pam Ann does not have a passport. But Caroline Reid, the Australian comedienne who plays the raunchy retro character does, and that means she can bring the R-rated comedy show “Pam Ann — the Cockpit” to the Colony...
  • Asiana crash: Death of girl hit by firetruck prompts safety review

    Asiana crash: Death of girl hit by firetruck prompts safety review
    Confirmation on Friday that one of the victims of the Asiana Airlines crash died after being run over by a rescue vehicle opened a new front into the investigation over what went wrong in the air disaster.   San Francisco County and San Mateo County...
  • Asiana crash: Girl was alive when rescue truck ran over her

    Official confirmed Friday that one of the victims of the Asiana Airlines crash died after being run over by a rescue vehicle. San Mateo County Coroner Robert J. Foucrault said Friday that  a 16-year-old Chinese girl was alive on the tarmac at San...