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Miami imam guilty of aiding Pakistan terror groups
An elderly Muslim cleric was convicted Monday of funneling thousands of dollars to support the Pakistani Taliban terror organization, which is blamed for suicide bombings and other attacks that have killed both Americans an...
Published on 03/05/13
Updated on 03/18/13
Suit seeks class action against Carnival in Miami
Published on 02/21/13
Updated on 03/04/13
Fire official: Pet store puppies die in Miami blaze
Published on 02/21/13
Updated on 03/04/13
Final count in state's python challenge: 68
A public hunt for Burmese pythons in the Everglades yielded 68 of the invasive snakes, the longest measuring more than 14 feet long, Florida wildlife officials said Saturday.
Published on 02/17/13
Updated on 03/18/13
No central agency oversees cruise ships
A byzantine maze of maritime rules and regulations, fragmented oversight and a patchwork quilt of nations that do business with cruise lines make it tough for consumers to assess the health and safety record of the ship the...
Published on 02/17/13
Updated on 03/18/13
Lawmakers, Scott face health choices
Florida's Republican lawmakers are reluctantly acknowledging that the Affordable Care Act is the law of the land and are taking steps to determine exactly what that will look like. The Sunshine State has one of the highest ...
Published on 01/30/13
Updated on 03/13/13
27 pythons killed so far in Florida's python hunt
University of Florida researchers are examining more than two dozen Burmese pythons harvested as part of the state's "Python Challenge."
Published on 01/22/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Florida python hunt continues with 21 killed
Florida wildlife officials say 21 Burmese pythons have been killed so far in a public hunt for the invasive species in the Everglades.
Published on 01/18/13
Updated on 03/13/13
No injuries when two jets collide at Miami airport
Authorities say no one was injured when two commercial jets collided near the gates at Miami International Airport.
Published on 01/18/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Report: Kerry sought American's release
Sen. John Kerry, nominated as the next secretary of state, held a secret meeting with Cuba's foreign minister in 2010 in a failed bid to win the release of jailed USAID subcontractor Alan Gross, according to a published rep...
Published on 01/08/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Witness: Caretaker said no body, no case
A jailhouse informant testified Monday that a woman accused of killing 4-year-old Florida foster child Rilya Wilson wasn't afraid of being charged with murder because she was confident the girl's body would never be found.
Published on 01/08/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Venezuelans in U.S. keep watch on Chavez fate
Gilda Sollami left Venezuela five years ago, but her ties to the South American country remain so strong she traveled there in October to vote in the presidential elections.
Published on 01/06/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Miami partygoer grazed by New Year's bullet
A stray bullet grazed a man celebrating a man celebrating New Year's Eve at a party in Miami.
Published on 01/02/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Survivors want memorial for Everglades jet crash
The survivors of a 1972 jetliner crash in the Florida Everglades are trying to raise money for a memorial honoring the 101 people who died.
Published on 12/29/12
Updated on 03/13/13