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The Aviators

13 years ago by Francisco Alvarado
The sun shone bright and hot just before noon on a perfect July 4 when 35-year-old Samuel Sax took off from Tamiami Airport in his 1946 Globe Swift. There wasn't a dreary storm cloud in the sky. He made his way north in the nimble single-engine two-seater, cruising over Key...
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Environmental Groups Blast Trump Administration for Failing Florida's Green Sea Turtles

2 months ago by Jess Nelson
Nearly 90 percent of all sea turtle nesting in the United States occurs on Florida beaches. Every summer, thousands of threatened and endangered sea turtles emerge from the water at night to lay their eggs in the sand.
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Photos Show Mold, Mildew Infecting Miami's Main Federal Prison

1 month ago by Jerry Iannelli
Inmates and guards inside the Federal Correctional Institution in Miami (FCI Miami) have complained for years that the facility is full of enough mold and mildew to sicken those inside, In 2018, New Times obtained documents showing the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) has repeatedly found leaking ceilings and mold growing on walls in multiple rooms.
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Florida Lawsuit Shows Lack of Regulation for CBD Products, Experts Say

5 days 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.
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Florida Cities Would Need Governor's Permission to Resettle Refugees Under New Trump Order

19 days ago by Manuel Madrid
As the United States moves closer to admitting record low levels of refugees, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez says the county is ready to resettle additional people. But that might not be up to him anymore.
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Trump Administration to Ship Migrants to Broward and Palm Beach Counties UPDATED

5 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
In a bizarre, cryptic announcement, Broward County Mayor Mark Bogen said this afternoon the Trump administration plans to begin shipping migrants from the U.S./Mexico border to Broward and Palm Beach Counties "on a weekly basis without designated shelters or funding to house them, feed them, and keep them safe."
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Despite Messages of Solidarity, the U.S. Still Deports Venezuelans

25 days ago by Manuel Madrid
When he was ordered deported from the United States, Diego Alejandro Rojas didn't think of himself. His mind didn't turn to the chaos that awaited him in Venezuela. He didn't linger on the death threats from the local paramilitary thugs who forced him to flee in the first place.
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Trump Administration Cancels Legal Aid, Recreation, English Classes for Homestead Shelter Kids

5 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
The federal government today announced that it's canceling the kids' recreation time, English classes, and even access to legal aid. Immigrant advocates warn the decision likely violates multiple federal laws. Other critics have noted that even American prisoners are afforded recreational and educational time.
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Medicare Fraudster Rick Scott Is Now Bragging About His Horrible Healthcare Record

30 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
In addition to being a Florida senator and a villain from the Mummy film series because he scared Brendan Fraser too much, Rick Scott was, in varying stints, a hospital-chain executive and the governor of the Sunshine State. In both of those jobs, Scott showed utter contempt for poor people, the sick, and the concept of taxpayer-funded medicine...
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New Documentary Features Veterans Shunning Pharmaceuticals for Cannabis

30 days ago by Carlos Miller
The fact that the federal government has been lying to the people of the United States for decades about the dangers of cannabis is especially jarring to shellshocked veterans of war who were under the impression they were fighting for truth, justice, and the American way.

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