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Breast cancer awareness: Miami Heat's fighter wins

With her long silky hair, Jessica LaBonte was a beautiful bride. She wore a mermaid gown with organza ruffles. Her 6-inch platform heels had a shimmery broach with Swarovski crystals.

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Travelers concerned for health after Ebola hits U.S.

While the condition of the first patient in the U.S. to be diagnosed with Ebola has been upgraded from critical to serious, the case has left travelers concerned for their health.

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Miami's oldest bar closes its door

The owner of Miami's oldest bar, Tobacco Road Bar, has announced the establishment's closure.

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Small local agencies buy big military equipment

Sitting in one of South Florida’s most quiet cities, not far from the water fountains and waving flags, is the big military Commando truck that Virginia Gardens Police Department proudly owns. It’s a few thousand pounds of military metal that has…

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Family of woman killed in crash sues Car2Go

The family of a young woman who was killed in a crash involving a rental from Car2Go is suing the company, claiming it should have done more to prevent the deadly wreck.

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Michael Dunn found guilty of Fla. teen's murder

Jurors found Michael Dunn guilty of first-degree murder Wednesday in the 2012 shooting death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis.

Dunn's parents were in the courtroom for the verdict. Davis' parents, Ron Davis and Lucia MacBath, both let out a quiet gasp…

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BSO: Man beats teen after she refuses sexual advances

A man from Miami Gardens is being held in lieu of $800,000 bond after he convinced a 16-year-old foster child from Orlando to run away with him, deputies say.

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Bees swarm backyard of Oakland Park home

A South Florida family is dealing with a swarm of problems after finding their home full of bees.

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Tallest American flag to possibly be raised over Museum Park

With American flags adorning every table, Mike Fernandez gave a stirring speech as part of a patriotic pitch to attendees of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce trustee luncheon.

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Broward firefighters wear pink for breast cancer awareness

You may see firefighters across Broward County wearing pink this month in support of breast cancer awareness.

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Scott ad portrays Crist as 'flip-flopper'

Politicians go negative in their ads because it works, and it appears to be working for Gov. Rick Scott. The majority of his ads blast Charlie Crist, but in his latest ads, he lets Crist speak for himself.

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