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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
Plastics industry dodges the worst of Irma

Plastics-related businesses in Florida were spared major damage from Hurricane Irma, with many resuming activities a few days after the storm, according to companies contacted by Plastics News. Lasting power outages were the main challenge preventing some companies from immediately resuming activities after the storm, with many of their employees also suffering from lack of power in their homes.

Macy's trims holiday hires by nearly 4 percent

In this Wednesday, June 7, 2017, photo, people walk out of a Macy's department store in Hialeah, Fla. Macy's is increasing the number of temporary workers it's hiring for distribution and warehouses for the holiday season as it chases fast growing e-commerce sales.

The Latest: More than 80 percent in Florida have power back

Tens of thousands of customers in southwest Florida and south Florida remain without electricity. Nearly 25 percent of all customers in Miami-Dade County still don't have power.

The Latest: Trump plans visit to Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico

President Donald Trump says he's planning to visit the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, which were both badly damaged by Hurricane Irma. Trump told reporters Thursday aboard Air Force One that he'll be making the trip "at the end of next week or the following week."

Was a Florida Nursing Home Tragedy Avoidable?

That happened while one the nation's most powerful hurricanes was barreling toward a nursing home, Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills , in Hollywood, Florida. Reports indicate they lost power and the air conditioning.

Six Irma deaths linked to carbon monoxide poisoning from generators

Millions of people are relying on generators to power their homes after they lost electricity on Sunday night - but many are using them incorrectly. U.S. President Donald Trump holds up a banana while distributing food with first lady Melania Trump The Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner Department reported Thursday that 26-year-old Elvin Milian was pronounced dead after he was found by emergency responders at his home near Hialeah, with a generator still running.

Confusion hits consumer market over US ban of Kaspersky

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The Latest: Mayor: 5 dead from Florida nursinga

Broward County Mayor Barbara Sharief says five people have died from a Florida nursing home that had lost power after Hurricane Irma roared through the state. The Latest: Mayor: 5 dead from Florida nursing home that lost power Broward County Mayor Barbara Sharief says five people have died from a Florida nursing home that had lost power after Hurricane Irma roared through the state.

Irmaa s gone. The trash starts leaving today.

Garbage pickup resumed Tuesday in parts of Miami-Dade to whittle away at the branches, boxes and Pop Tart wrappers that pile up in the run-up and wake of a major storm. Miami-Dade garbage trucks rolled again Tuesday at 7 a.m. for residential and commercial customers with Tuesday pickups.

PHOTOS: The aftermath of Hurricane Irma

PHOTOS: The aftermath of Hurricane Irma A boat is partially submerged in the wake of Hurricane Irma, Monday, Sept. 11, 2017, in Key Largo, Fla.

After the winds die, a massive recovery effort in Florida

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Faster-moving Hurricane Irma weakens to Category 3

In the 2 p.m. advisory, National Hurricane forecasters said the storm is now moving north at a faster pace -12 mph rather than an earlier rate of 9 mph - and maximum sustained winds dropped to 120 mph. Predictions show Irma moving north-northwest even faster later today, sending the eye of the hurricane ashore later this evening, near Naples.

Irma recovery could require 11M meals, 24,000 tarps and more

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Temporary blackout on South Beach

For about 30 seconds at 8:30 p.m., an entire segment of South Beach went dark. Lincoln Road and Alton Road, the area west of West Avenue South of 17th Street and the entire Sunset Harbour area lost streetlights and building power.

a I have a car in my f------ living room!a Man accepts wifea s challenge to protect car from Irma

Mai-Lee Acea, of Hialeah, told her husband he could put his vintage car inside their house ahead of Hurricane Irma - if he could get it through the sliding glass doors. Surprising his family, Tomas Acea managed to wedge his car into the living room Friday evening.

Even with the empty streets in Miami, drivers manage to crash

Even with empty streets, Miami isn't spared from careless drivers and car accidents. This incident happened at Hialeah, near 122nd Street and 18th Avenue, on Saturday, Sept.

As Hurricane Irma fills Miami-Dade storm shelters, county opens more. Second one for pets promised.

Nelly Diaz, left, and Albino Perez, right, watch over their 2-month old son, Nicholas, along with his aunt, Nelly Diaz at the hurricane shelter at the Miami-Dade County Fair and Exhibition, home to the Youth Fair at Tamiami Park, on Thursday. The shelter has filled to capacity and Miami-Dade said it wll be opening a new pet-friendly shelter on Friday.

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