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Miami-Dade Probation Officer Charged With Second Series of Rapes in Two Months

1 hour ago by Jerry Iannelli
Before this weekend, Yulian Gonzalez, a former Miami-Dade County corrections officer, had already been facing life in prison. He previously supervised inmates sitting on house arrest — but at the end of September, prosecutors hit him with eight criminal charges.

South Florida Brewers Collaborate on Beers to Help Bahamas Relief Efforts

4 hours ago by David Minsky
Craft breweries from West Palm Beach to Key West have teamed up to brew beers to help relief efforts in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian in early September decimated some of the 700 islands in the archipelago nation.

Why Are There So Few Haunted Houses in South Florida?

6 hours ago by Luis Gomez
There will be no House of Horror this Halloween season, which leaves a hole in South Florida's already lacking haunted house selection.

Where to Dine on Stone Crabs This Season

7 hours ago by Chelsea Olson
When Andy Williams sang "It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year" he was clearly caroling about Christmas, however most South Floridians would agree that stone crab season is truly the best time of year. Starting next week from October 15 through May 15, locals can feast on freshly caught claws around town at these notable restaurants with great offerings.

The Ten Best Halloween 2019 Parties in Miami

7 hours ago by Jose D. Duran
Here are the ten best Halloween 2019 parties in Miami.

Florida Lawsuit Shows Lack of Regulation for CBD Products, Experts Say

8 hours ago by Kristine Gill
Experts say a recent class-action lawsuit filed in Florida signals a growing need for more stringent regulation and enforcement of the hemp and CBD industries in the state. The suit alleges the Fort Lauderdale company Diamond CBD and the Denver-based First Capital Venture Co. misrepresented the amount of CBD in their products.

Video: Border Patrol Agents Detain Emergency Room Patient at Aventura Hospital

8 hours ago by Jessica Lipscomb
During a traffic stop yesterday, agents from U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) detained an undocumented woman who was on her way home from a family outing at Haulover Beach. Almost immediately, the woman began to have a panic attack. The officers took her to Aventura Hospital & Medical Center, where she was treated by emergency-room doctors.

The Best Free Things to Do in Miami This Week

8 hours ago by Jesse Scott
Sips n' Selfies, the Black Market's Halloween edition, Pineapple Sunday, and more of the best free events in Miami this week.

The Best Concerts in Miami This Week

8 hours ago by Olivia McAuley
Juan Wauters, Brooke Candy, Banks more of the best concerts in Miami this week.

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