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Miami International Airport

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  • Miami TSA employee claims $16M Lotto win

    Miami TSA employee claims $16M Lotto win
     She can afford to stop patting down sweaty passengers now if she wants to. But she says she's not going to quit her job.   Janet Reddick, 50, who works for the TSA at Miami International Airport, claimed the $16 million Florida Lotto jackpot from the...
  • Lottery: $16M winning ticket sold at Miami airport

    Lottery: $16M winning ticket sold at Miami airport
     Well, talk about a winner that could literally be from anywhere in the world: The Florida Lotto yielded a single $16 million winner Wednesday night, with the ticket sold in a place that has quite the geographically diverse audience.  Miami...
  • Lotto hits for $5 million in Miami

    Lotto hits for $5 million in Miami
     The Florida Lotto hit for $5 million in a store that had very little luck until Saturday night.  The winning numbers were 3-14-17-32-33-34 and the ticket was sold at Mendez Fuel store No. 3. The jackpot rolls back to $2 million for Wednesday night's...
  • New South Florida hotels range from earthy to ultra-luxe

    New South Florida hotels range from earthy to ultra-luxe
    MIAMI — This year's crop of new and improved hotels in South Florida runs the spectrum from eco- and budget-friendly to extravagantly splurge-worthy. Chic boutiques, family-friendly chains and intimate hideaways all beckon to tourists — or...
  • American Airlines: Miami-San Diego flights begin June 12

    American Airlines: Miami-San Diego flights begin June 12
    South Floridians will soon have more options for flying to San Diego. American Airlines plans to start new daily nonstop service between Miami International Airport and San Diego International on June 12, the airline announced recently. The flight...
  • Longest-serving AA flight attendant takes last flight

    Longest-serving AA flight attendant takes last flight
    After 52 years of serving fliers on American Airlines planes, Barbara Beckett is preparing to be grounded. The Boynton Beach resident was scheduled to take her last trip as a flight attendant Monday from Miami International Airport to London Heathrow...
  • American to launch new Miami-Milan route on Nov. 21

    American to launch new Miami-Milan route on Nov. 21
    American Airlines on Thursday announced plans for new daily nonstop service between Miami International Airport and Malpensa Airport in Milan, Italy beginning Nov. 21. "As the home to a growing Italian population and one of the world's key fashion...
  • Airline, airport officials talk about impact of American- US Airways merger

    My colleague Ken Kaye reports of the local impact of the pending merger. How will passengers at South Florida’s local airports be affected by the merger? Initially, they’ll see almost no changes at all, as airline officials anticipate it...
  • South Florida airports report cancellations due to northeast winter storm

    South Florida airports report cancellations due to northeast winter storm
    South Florida airports are reporting several flight cancellations and delays to cities in the Northeastern U.S. corridor due to a mega storm that's targeting the area. As of 3:20 p.m. Friday 69 arrival and departure flights were cancelled at Fort...
  • Party Places

    Adolph & Rose Levis JCC Parties Magician, DJ, Puppet Show or more. Includes invitations, Kosher cake, drinks, favors, decorations, coordinator and shirt for the birthday child. Laurah@levisjcc.org or 561-852-3225 Baby Stars 3565 NE 207th St., Suite...
  • Sarkis Soghanalian dies at 82; international weapons dealer

    Sarkis Soghanalian dies at 82; international weapons dealer
    Sarkis Soghanalian, an international weapons broker who was nicknamed "The Merchant of Death" for selling arms to dictators on behalf of the United States, died Oct. 5 at a hospital in Hialeah, Fla. He was 82. The cause was heart failure, said his son,...