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Miami International Airport

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  • “Airport 24/7: Miami” touches down on Travel Channel

     
    Anybody who travels with any frequency knows the routine. You’re in the line to get searched by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). You take off your coat, your shoes and maybe your belt as well, put it all into tubs and shove it on...
  • Rock band leader lived the high life on fake loans, feds say

     
    A West Hollywood rocker was in federal custody Friday after prosecutors charged him with fraudulently representing he lived the high life so he could rake in $6.25 million in bank loans....
  • 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...
  • Super Bowl XLV Watch Guide: 21 Places To See the Big Game in South Florida

    ALE HOUSE The local outposts of this five-state chain serve wine, liquor and 75 kinds of beer, as well as steaks, seafood, burgers and sandwiches. Specials: Every Ale House location will host a party that starts at 5 p.m. and runs until “the last...
  • Activists persuade Fort Lauderdale air service to refuse to ship research monkeys

    Activists persuade Fort Lauderdale air service to refuse to ship research monkeys
    A Fort Lauderdale air charter company on Friday cancelled plans to fly a shipment of monkeys into the United States for scientific research after a campaign by animal rights groups in Florida and Great Britain. IBC Airways had planned to bring African...
  • South Florida TSA to join inaugural security

    Among the army of security people assigned to protect the presidential inauguration this Tuesday will be 18 transportation security officers from South Florida's major airports. Those include five officers from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International...
  • 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...
  • Cole Haan, Ed Hardy stores coming to Dolphin Mall

    Cole Haan, Ed Hardy stores coming to Dolphin Mall
    Miami's Dolphin Mall is adding three new stores in the coming months: U.S. Polo Association, Cole Haan and Ed Hardy. Cole Haan, which offers men's and women's footwear, accessories and outerwear, is opening May 20. By fall, U.S. Polo Association is...
  • Senior water officials flying at taxpayers' expense

    Senior water officials flying at taxpayers' expense
    Aircraft used to manage water supplies from Orlando to the Keys also give rides to high-ranking public officials, flying at taxpayer expense. Trips by the South Florida Water Management District's governing board include flights with only one passenger,...
  • Brazil's fields of fuel

    When taxi driver Jose Arruda fuels his 2007 Chevy in this city of skyscrapers and slums, he doesn't buy gas. He buys ethanol, a plant-based fuel that is cheaper, eco-friendly and better for his engine. "With ethanol, I pocket more money for my family,"...
  • Three South Florida residents, including imam from Margate, arrested in Taliban case

    Three South Florida residents, including imam from Margate, arrested in Taliban case
    Eight men kneeled in prayers led by their imam, Hafiz Muhammed Sher Ali Khan, when a loud pounding shook the locked door of the mosque, a modest house behind a green fence in a residential neighborhood in west Miami-Dade County. It was just after 6 a.m....