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PETA Seeks Animal-Cruelty Charges Against Miami Seaquarium

24 hours ago by Jonathan Kendall
Lolita remains stuck in an 80-by-35-foot tank, where she hasn't seen a fellow member of her species since 1980.
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FIU Students Spearhead Latest Petition Against Mark the Shark

13 days ago by Alex DeLuca
Mark the Shark has long been the subject of complaints from animal-rights activists.
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Miami-Dade Police Report Appears to Contradict Video of Protester's Rough Arrest

15 days ago by Jessica Lipscomb
Although Alfaro-Fonseca was arrested, his handwritten arrest report does not mention that any force was used.
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Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez Vetoes Police Oversight Panel Again

18 days ago by Alexi C. Cardona
In a veto message, the mayor said he disagreed with the oversight board having certain subpoena powers.
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Miami Group Plans Vigil for Detainee Who Died in ICE Custody

18 days ago by Alexi C. Cardona
Onoval Perez-Montufa, a 51-year-old from Mexico, tested positive for COVID-19 on July 2.
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Trump National Doral Could Become a Hurricane Shelter — Possibly Violating U.S. Constitution

26 days ago by Joshua Ceballos
Miami-Dade County is negotiating to use the hotel as an emergency shelter, but such a move could violate the U.S. Constitution.
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Dine Out Lauderdale Promotion Will Run Through September 30

29 days ago by Juliana Accioly
Greater Fort Lauderdale is kicking off its annual Dine Out promotion early.
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Darren Rainey Died in Scalding Prison Shower Eight Years Ago Today, Still No Charges Filed

1 month ago by Jessica Lipscomb
Rainey's gruesome death at the hands of Florida prison guards is receiving renewed attention on social media.
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Miami-Dade Corrections Officers Allegedly Removed Woman's Hijab for Mugshot

1 month ago by Alexi C. Cardona
Alaa Massri, an 18-year-old Miami Beach resident, says Miami-Dade corrections officers showed disregard toward her faith.
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Miami Police Union Blasts "National Attack on Law Enforcement"

2 months ago by Alexi C. Cardona
In an email, President Tommy Reyes told union members that "what is going on is a national attack on Law Enforcement."

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