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Serious Accidents on the Dolphin Expressway

Traffic is backed up on the Dolphin Expressway near NW 27 Avenue due to two major accidents.

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SWAT Called Out To Apartment Building In Fort Lauderdale

A Fort Lauderdale man was taken into custody Thursday morning, hours after a disturbance at a condominium.

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Cops find escaped prisoner in Hollywood

A massive search for an escaped prisoner ended Wednesday night in Hollywood.

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Woman: Commissioner exposed himself in condo gym

A 27-year-old woman has lodged a criminal complaint against Hallandale Beach City Commissioner Leo Grachow alleging he exposed himself in a community gym in their condominium building.

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Miramar man uses CPR, saves granddaughter from drowning

Justin Rivera and his family say a simple CPR course saved Aalyiah's life Wednesday after the 1-year-old made her way outside and fell into the family's swimming pool in Miramar.

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IRS expands investigation into city of North Miami

The Internal Revenue Service is expanding its investigation into the city of North Miami, sending a 15-page letter requesting more internal documents.

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Tobacco Road announces new location, other changes

Miami’s oldest bar, Tobacco Road is closing but isn't gone for good . New owners are in the final stages of securing a piece of land not far from its original location in Brickell, to build a new and bigger spot.

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Giuliani on Crist: Never met politician 'I disrespect more'

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani joins Gov. Rick Scott in Kendall and has harsh words about the former governor Scott is running against.

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Jockey sues race course, claims negligence in failing to...

A jockey is suing the Calder Race Course in Miami Gardens after she says she was seriously injured by another jockey during a race.

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Jury finds Munawar Toha guilty of killing wife

A jury has found Munawar Toha guilty of first-degree murder in the 2010 killing of his wife, Surya.

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Commission restricts feeding Fort Lauderdale homeless

A Wednesday morning vote has homeless advocates vowing to break the law in Fort Lauderdale so they can keep sharing food with those who are hungry.

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U.S. Marine Corps

On this day: October 23

The Smurfs are born, the U.S. Marines barracks in Beirut are hit by a truck bomb, Robert Bork's Supreme Court nomination is rejected, and the iPod is introduced, all on this day.

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