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Officials: SW Miami-Dade brush fire intentionally set

Forestry officials say a more than 100-acre brush fire in southwest Miami-Dade was intentionally set.

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2 men accused of carjacking family, leading police on chase

Two men are accused of carjacking a family and leading police on a brief chase that ended in a crash Saturday in southwest Miami-Dade County.

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SW Florida landlord convicted in fatal shooting of tenant

An elderly southwest Florida landlord has been convicted of killing a tenant during a confrontation over unpaid rent.

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Recent high school graduate among 2 killed in I-75 crash

A teenager who graduated from high school last week has been identified as one of two victims killed in a crash along Interstate 75. 

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Cop hurt after ramming suspect's car to end wild chase

A central Florida police officer is recovering after using his cruiser to ram the car of a fleeing suspect during a wild chase that narrowly avoided patrons at a nearby ice cream shop.

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Teacher quits over reading of homoerotic poem

Nearly a half-century after publication, an Allen Ginsberg poem about a homosexual encounter has divided a small Connecticut town and led to the resignation of an award-winning English teacher.

In "Please Master," published in 1968, the iconic Beat…

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Despite storm-free seasons, Florida insurance still pricey

Living in a (semi)-tropical paradise has a price — and apparently, not even going nine years without a major hurricane strike will change that.

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Palm Beach County wins grant for jail system

Palm Beach County is one of 20 jurisdictions around the country receiving new funding to come up with ways to reduce the number of people unnecessarily behind bars.

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West Palm Beach company envisions holograms at funerals

A 3-D hologram company in Florida aims to let the recently departed attend their own funerals, in a way.

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Honor flight to D.C. for fallen veterans

A group of South Florida veterans traveled to Washington D.C. in an honor flight to pay their respects to their fallen comrades.

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Looking back: U.S.-Cuba relations

The United States officially removed Cuba from its list of countries that sponsor terrorism on Friday . Get up to speed on the last five decades of American foreign policy toward Cuba.

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Who's running and who could run in 2016?

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley announced his candidacy for president on May 30, 2015. Check out other formally announced or potential 2016 candidates.

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