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Located within the Miami metropolitan area, Hialeah is noted for having the second highest percentage of Cuban and Cuban American residents of any U.S. city. At one time, Hialeah was seen as a playground for the rich, but instead became a working class community when World War II Veterans Cuban exiles, fleeing Fidel Castro's 1959 revolution, settled in. Hialeah is also the densest U.S. city without a skyscraper.

Population: 209971
Local Newspapers: The Miami Herald
Local Sports Teams: Miami Dolphins (NFL) Miami Heat (NBA) Florida Marlins (MLB) Florida Panthers (NHL)
Local Colleges: Miami-Dade College Hialeah Campus

Zip Codes associated with hialeah, florida: 33010 33012 33013 33014 33015 33016 33018
Towns/Cities near hialeah, florida : Doral Opa-Locka Hialeah Gardens Miami Springs Medley

Hialeah News
Plastic Surgery Center Changes Names After Recent Deaths

A cosmetic surgery center where women have died has changed names for the third time in less than a year. Eres Plastic Surgery, a clinic that has been at the center of numerous NBC 6 Investigations, has changed names and ownership.

Former cop threatened teens in noisy car with gun, police say

A Pembroke Pines man upset about two teenage neighbors driving past his home in a noisy convertible chased them, threatened them with a gun and struck them both, police said. Mario Lazaro Perez, 49, a security guard and former Hialeah police officer, was arrested Monday after the alleged violence in the gated Pembroke Shores community, south of Pines Boulevard and west of Interstate 75. Earlier that night, Tyler Muraida, 19, was driving his Honda S2000.

Mayday! Mayday! Communications giants in fight over Miamia s emergency radio networks

For years, these two communications giants have warred for government contracts, fighting over everything from massive deals to provide radio systems to the FBI and Army down to comparatively piddling municipal contracts . In South Florida, where police, firefighters and emergency dispatchers rely on the systems for communication, the picture is the same.

Texting junkies: Floridaa s distracted drivers rank second worst in U.S.

Florida drivers are among the most dangerous menaces on the road, ranking second worst in the nation for being distracted while behind the wheel, according to a study of driving habits. Florida's score was 49th, ahead of only Louisiana in a state-by-state analysis which indicated that 92 percent of U.S. drivers with cell phones use them while moving in a car.

After using n-word in front of black colleagues, Fla. state senator faces calls to resign

A Republican state senator from Miami is facing pressure to resign after he used the n-word to criticize several of his colleagues during an alcohol fueled rant in front of two black lawmakers. Over drinks at a private club in downtown Tallahassee, State Sen. Frank Artiles referred to six white senators as "n-ers" and spewed other obscenities while complaining about the chamber's GOP leadership, local media reported Tuesday.

Miami candidates raised more than $500K in March. Herea s who gave.

The dust has settled on a frenzied month for political fundraising in Miami, during which candidates running for three commission races, the mayor's office and a seat yet-to-be-determined raised more than a half-million dollars combined. New political committees are getting involved, competing candidates are neck-and-neck in District 3, and incumbents without opponents - or even declared campaigns - are raising large sums.

Handbags at ten paces: Brand Ivanka Trump is giving store owners a headache

Many retailers are opting for a Switzerland strategy: avoid taking sides while trying to do what's best for business. Photo / AP Retailers are finding themselves walking a fine line when dealing with the politically charged Ivanka Trump brand, which is stamped on everything from pants to shoes to handbags.

Crawling roaches in the kitchen shut down 3 Miami-Dade restaurants

This biweekly Roach Report from state inspections includes only nine Miami-Dade restaurants, the lightest Roach Report yet. Maybe it's spring break for roaches, too.

Hialeah, Florida Reason #39 Why Supporting the Nationwide "Share...

Share Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support, Inc. has been helping bereaved parents since 1977. Share is dedicated to supporting parents and families throughout the United States, as well as internationally.

Ben Carson tours Miami housing complex built with grant Trump wants eliminated

Linda McMahon, head of the Small Business Administration, and HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson share a laugh at the coffee bar at Versailles. Housing Secretary Ben Carson toured a Miami apartment complex Thursday that one of his hosts said wouldn't exist without the federal program that the White House wants eliminated.

Robert Messa, Co-Founder For Eyes Optical, Passes Away

Robert Messa, a co- founder with Philip Wolman of For Eyes Optical /Insight Optical Manufacturing and its vice president for nearly 40 years, passed away unexpectedly on April 6. Lisa Wolman, former CEO of For Eyes, said, "Bobby was the consummate man of his times-a brilliant Army engineer who reimagined the inner workings of optical manufacturing, and created a world class optical lab facility in Hialeah, Fla., that was first in class, design and quality. "Bob was a gentleman in jeans who never tired from working besides his employees .

Sears store near Aventura Mall, Kmart in Hialeah marked for closure

The South Florida Business Journal has confirmed that the Sears near the Aventura Mall will begin its liquidation sale April 28 and close for business in mid-July.

Javi Carrion Returns to Comedy With an Upcoming Special and, Maybe, a Secret

Really, it comes down to a handful of strategies: keep it vague, don't name names, and ultimately, maintain enough distance where plausible deniability is an option. That may seem like an odd way to begin a story about a stand-up comedian - a profession that thrives almost exclusively on the power of honesty - but it's necessary.

Plan would create a separate but unequala schools, Miami lawmaker says

Miami Democratic state Rep. Kionne McGhee isn't sugar-coating how much he dislikes House Republicans' $200 million, "schools of hope" plan to attract high-performing charter schools to Florida that would aid students currently attending perpetually failing traditional public schools. "This bill, in my humble opinion, creates a separate but unequal system" that "runs afoul" of the Florida and U.S. Constitutions, McGhee said Wednesday, when HB 5105 faced its second of only two committee hearings.

Police say these teenagers started their Tuesday so early, they...

Hialeah police say six teenagers, three male and three female, ages 13 to 17, decided to start their Tuesday in the wee hours with an armed robbery. By the time residents of Hialeah and Hialeah Gardens began heading for work and school, police say the sextet had a full morning - armed robbery, high-speed police chase, crash, captured, mugshots, Mirandized, confession.

Disabled beachgoers enjoy adaptive beach days near Allison Park in North Beach

Dozens of disabled South Florida residents packed Miami Beach's North Beach on Sunday for the first 2017 Adaptive Beach Day. Adaptive Beach Day, hosted by the Sabrina Cohen Foundation, allows disabled South Florida residents the opportunity to swim in the ocean and enjoy a day at the beach, something they can't do by themselves, foundation founder Sabrina Cohen said.

Senators' homework pays off in progress on reducing student assessment tests

A sweeping plan to reduce standardized testing in Florida's K-12 schools cleared its first state Senate committee on Monday, after lawmakers struck a compromise to blend competing reform proposals. Despite political drama last week that delayed the policy discussion, senators breezed through vetting SB 926 and passed it unanimously after considering most of the amendments - all but two out of the 19 filed - in less than 15 minutes.

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