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Mexico orders release of South Fla. Marine

A Mexico court has ordered the release of U.S. Marine from Weston who has been held in a Mexican prison since March on a weapons charge, a Mexican federal government press release said Friday.

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Man who escaped from prison sought

Authorities are currently searching for a 39-year-old man who escaped from a South Florida prison, according to the Florida Department of Corrections.

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Endangered bats heard from abandoned Coral Gables house

The sound of endangered bats coming from an abandoned house in Coral Gables has come believing "Gotham" has come to South Florida.

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Burglars caught on camera inside Cooper City home

A pair of robbers thought they were being sneaky as they crept through the sliding glass door of a Cooper City home into the living room, but little did they know they were being filmed on the family's indoor home surveillance system.

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Arrest made after 4 teens overdose on synthetic marijuana

A 20-year-old man is facing charges after several teenagers overdosed at a Miami park Thursday morning.

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Parents of wrong-way crash victims sue driver's ex-employer

The parents of two women killed in a wrong-way crash on the Sawgrass Expressway are suing the surviving driver's former employer.

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Ft. Lauderdale passes law outlawing many from feeding homeless

The city of Fort Lauderdale last week passed an ordinance that effectively outlaws several humanitarian groups from feeding the homeless in public with a penalty of up to 60 days in jail. The law kicked in Friday, setting up a potential showdown…

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6 Cuban migrants arrive ashore Lantana Beach

Six Cuban migrants are the latest of dozens more that made the journey across the Florida Straits this week.

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Southwest Ranches school ditches the books

In the sleek new library at Archbishop McCarthy a few relics remain. We're talking about the books of course. What was once a traditional library with big bookshelves, is now almost totally book free.

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Champion Family

Ex-FAMU band member convicted in hazing death

A jury has convicted a former Florida A&M University band member of manslaughter and felony hazing in the death of a drum major who prosecutors say was brutally beaten during a hazing ritual aboard a bus.

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South Fla. elections officials say they're ready for new...

With the new system, voters hand the election worker their driver's license and the system instantly identifies you, the precinct you vote in and the kind of ballot you need.

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Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization

On this day: November 1

The Sistine Chapel's ceiling is unveiled, the National Weather Service makes its first forecast, the U.S. explodes its first hydrogen bomb, and Honda opens its first U.S. factory, all on this day.

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3 trick-or-treaters killed by speeding car

A speeding car struck and killed three girls, including twins, who were trick-or-treating in California, authorities said.

The girls, all 13, were in costume and carrying bags of candy in a residential area in Santa Ana.

They had the right of way at…

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