Tanya Gonzalez

Police look to speak to missing woman's ex-boyfriend

Police say they want to talk to the ex-boyfriend of a woman who was last seen on Sept. 9.

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Steven Bateman

Opening statements begin in trial of former Homestead mayor

Opening statements begin Monday in the trial of former Homestead Mayor Steven Bateman.

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Kevin Olsen bonds out jail

Hurricanes QB suspended from team after DUI arrest

A University of Miami quarterback is suspended from the team after his arrest early Monday morning on suspicion of driving under the influence.

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JBI Drop Off Dogs 11p

Dog-dumping a prevalent problem

Pet owners dumping their animals at hospital and never returning is becoming a growing problem.

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Girl finds trapped kitten, takes home to keep

Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue saves a kitten stuck underneath a car in the parking lot of the Boys and Girls Club at 2205 Southwest 44th Ave.

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ATTORNEY ROD VEERING

Attorney: Woman 'had black eyes before by this guy'

There was lying, screaming, pushing and hitting. Tiniko Thompson had burned dried sage in their bedroom to get rid of the negativity. But it didn't work.

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Alejandro Cruz

Former South Fla. congressional aide arrested on battery charges

A former congressional aide to U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen is facing battery charges after he attacked his 73-year-old mother, police said.

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Grow House

Judge hears first of many lawsuits involving 2012 home explosion

A Miami-Dade County judge is hearing the first of several lawsuits regarding a home explosion that happened two years ago.

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Ball Chain nightclub to re-open this weekend in Little Havana

Historic Little Havana nightclub to re-open

The famous Ball & Chain jazz club in Little Havana will re-open its doors this weekend.

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Rodent fur found at kosher pizzeria in Hollywood

State records show seven South Florida restaurants were ordered shut last week, including a kosher pizzeria where rodent fur was found next to the oven.

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Don Johnson, Philip Michael Thomas in Miami Vice

Universal Television

'Miami Vice': Where are they now?

Fire up that Ferrari Testarossa and break out the pastel-colored clothing, the quintessential '80s cop show "Miami Vice" turns 30 on Tuesday. Join us for a look at where the show's stars are now.

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Pilgrims leaving England on Mayflower

Public domain

On this day: September 16

The Pilgrims set sail on the Mayflower, "Jingle Bells" is copyrighted, General Motors is founded, Nixon drops in on "Laugh-In," Hurricane Ivan hits the Gulf Coast, and the federal government bails out AIG, all on this day.

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Kurdish soldiers fire at ISIS

REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah

U.S. courts allies, strikes ISIS near Baghdad

As world leaders struggled to come up with strategies to combat the threat from ISIS, U.S. military aircraft targeted one of the Islamist militant group's positions near Baghdad.

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