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New Times Writer Terrence McCoy Wins Aronson Award

6 years ago by Chuck Strouse
Miami New Times has won a 2014 James Aronson Award for a story about a local man who has spent more than $85 million funding settlements in Israel. "Miami Beach Man's Millions Thwart Middle East Peace" was published this past March 28 and written by then-staff writer Terrence McCoy, who...
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Miami Proposes $1.3 Million Settlement for Wrongfully Accused First 48 Subject

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
In 2014, New Times writer Terrence McCoy found 15 Miami men who'd been accused of murder on the A&E TV show the First 48 — and later walked free because they'd been wrongfully accused. Taiwan Smart was one of those men: In 2009, Smart contacted the City of Miami Police Department to...
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Miami Postal Truck Explodes on Julia Tuttle Causeway, Causes Massive Traffic Jam

7 years ago by Terrence McCoy
A Miami postal truck exploded on the eastbound Julia Tuttle Causeway this morning, causing a massive traffic jam that stretched back to the city. Responding officers declined to specify the cause of the explosion. "Was it a bomb?" one asked. "No, it was a fire." If that's all, it sure...
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Miami New Times Story Featured in Best American Sports Writing 2017

3 years ago by Miami New Times staff
The dramatic tale of a boxing obsession turned to murder, as told by Miami New Times managing editor Tim Elfrink in the feature story "Sucker Punch," has been selected for Best American Sports Writing 2017.
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14 Hilarious Justin Bieber Memes From Last Night

7 years ago by Terrence McCoy
We can all agree the media carnival that was Justin Bieber's arrest and jail visit was profoundly irrelevant. A congresswoman talking about the NSA was booted off MSNBC yesterday to make room for "breaking" Justin Bieber news. I live in Miami Beach -- just blocks from the Bieber debacle --...
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Horrifying Video of Wrong-Way Crash and Explosion That Killed Four USF Students

7 years ago by Terrence McCoy
Early Sunday morning a 2001 Ford Expedition sped onto Interstate 295 going the wrong way and exploded into a 2010 Hyundai Sonata, killing all four University of South Florida students inside. According to video obtained by Live Leak, a woman named Jada Wright was following the Ford Expedition's trajectory heading...
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Lauren Tannehill, Who Forgot Her AR-15 in a Rental Car, Is No Stranger to Guns

7 years ago by Terrence McCoy
Two hours. That's how long Miami Dolphins First Lady Lauren Tannehill possessed a rented Nissan Rogue January 4. But within those two hours, she somehow found time to nestle her AR-15 -- which three states banned following the Sandy Hook massacre -- into a gray bag, plop it in the...
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Watch Local Detective Deliver Disturbing Anti-Gay Lecture: "They Could Be Anywhere. And We Will Catch You."

7 years ago by Terrence McCoy
For proof of the incredible trajectory that South Florida's gays have charted from bane of the faux-righteous to triumphant members of society -- look no further than this video. In a clip that's somehow manages to be terrifying, disturbing, and funny for all the wrong reasons, Dade County Detective John...
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Florida Man Forced to Hold Sign Saying 'I Beat Women' Is Huge Sexist on Facebook

7 years ago by Terrence McCoy
Turns out 21-year-old Gabriel Urena is an even bigger sexist than previous thought. Two weeks ago, a 20-year-old Tampa woman named Alisha Hessler met Urena when she and a few friends went out clubbing. The night ended with Urena making unwanted sexual advances toward Hessler in the backseat of a...
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Cop Ericson Harrell Won't Be Prosecuted For Wearing Guy Fawkes' Mask

7 years ago by Terrence McCoy
Prosecutors have dismissed charges against North Miami Beach cop Ericson Harrell for recently wearing a Guy Fawkes' mask while protesting Obamacare along a busy road in Plantation. The bizarre arrest, cited under an obscure 1951 Florida law that defense attorneys told the Sun Sentinel was created to combat the Ku...

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