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Coronavirus Fears Kill Chinese New Year Festival in Miami

2 months ago by Jessica Lipscomb
Although no cases of the virus have been reported in Miami, the local Chinese Cultural Foundation has preemptively canceled a Chinese New Year festival.
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Advocacy Group Warns About Facial-Recognition Tech at Florida Universities

2 months ago by Alexi C. Cardona
At any given place in Miami-Dade County, you're likely being surveilled.
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Miami Commissioner Wants Scooter Rental Companies Ranked by Safety Record

3 months ago by Izzy Kapnick
The companies that stay will have to show a plan to reduce accidents and minimize scooter clutter on sidewalks.
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Displaced by Dorian, Bahamian Evacuees Struggle in Florida

3 months ago by Manuel Madrid
As delays in recovery continue, hundreds of Bahamians remain in Florida.
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Amnesty International: Homestead Official Said Kids With No Sponsor Should be Deported

9 months ago by Brittany Shammas
When an Amnesty International delegation visited the Homestead Temporary Shelter for Unaccompanied Children in April, there were at least 97 children who had no one to care for them in the United States. In a comment that stunned the Amnesty group, the Homestead facility's then-program director Leslie Wood said it was better for kids like them to be deported than placed with someone for the purpose of keeping them in the country because they might be trafficked.
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Auditors Say Miami Parking Operator Hid Nearly $900,000 in Unreported Revenue

5 months ago by Manuel Madrid
Private parking lot operators in Miami are a lot like telemarketers and loan sharks: No matter how good of a job they do, it's still hard to like them. In a city where urban sprawl and stripped-back public transportation have effectively forced car ownership upon millions of residents, paying an arm and a leg for a parking spot will always feel like a racket.
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Miami Cops' Overtime Security Jobs Lead to Rampant Misconduct, City Report Warns

5 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
For years, critics have warned that Miami-area cops continue to get into trouble while working security in bars and clubs in the Magic City's already chaotic nightlife scene. But the public has not quite known how frequently off-duty officers find themselves in trouble until today.
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Despite Common Belief, Floridians Can't Always Get a Free Public Defender

5 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
With no remaining options, Lazaro Rodriguez could only beg Miami-Dade County Judge Andrew Hague for mercy. But his pleas were in vain. Hague was yelling at him now — in English, a language Rodriguez barely understood.
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Mini Yellow Submarines Help Scientists Better Predict Hurricanes

8 months ago by Jess Nelson
We're only one week into August, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has already upgraded its forecast for the rest of the hurricane season. Conditions in the Atlantic are now more hospitable to hurricane activity.
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A Miami-Based Jail Health-Care Company Profits While Patients Die

7 months ago by Brittany Shammas
The voice on the other end of the line sounded so thin, so frail, that at first Erika Williams didn't recognize it as her son's. It was only by the ten digits glowing on her iPhone — the number for the Flagler County jail — that she realized who was calling her February 4, 2019, a balmy Monday in North Florida.

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