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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
Truck driver charged in I-75 crash that killed Miramar girl, 17, med student, 29

An unsecured load of concrete barriers and leaving an Interstate 75 construction zone improperly caused the 2015 crash that killed a Miramar teenager and a 29-year-old third-year medical student, the Florida Highway Patrol has concluded. Now, the driver of the flatbed truck, Juan C. Calero, 45, of Hialeah, has been charged with causing the deaths of Liza Angulo, 17, and medical student Jonathan Raymond Astaphan.

, Telemundo & mun2 Announce the Debut of Hit Latin Television Content on the iTunes Store

HIALEAH, Florida and CUPERTINO, California-November 1, 2006-AppleA , Telemundo, and mun2 today announced that popular Spanish-language television programming from Telemundo and bilingual programs from its popular Latino youth network, mun2 are now available for purchase and download on the iTunesA Store . The new content features popular Telemundo programming such as "PasiA3n de Gavilanes," "El Cuerpo del Deseo" and "Decisiones," as well as mun2 reality content such as "mun2: The Immigration Special."

Hialeaha s mayor, a former crony, an off-the-books gig and an ethics investigation

Ethics commission officials began probing Rice's work for the city between 2013 and 2016 while investigating separate criminal allegations that Hernandez was shaking down local businesses, and that Rice was collecting bribes on the mayor's behalf. At the time, Rice was also working as a $2,000-a-month consultant for three city vendors, including two garbage-collection firms.

Gladys Palmera, the World's Largest Latin Music Archive, Has a Miami Connection

Inside the massive Latin music archive she founded, you'll find her thumbing through albums kept in her late-grandfather's estate in the Spanish village of San Lorenzo del Escorial. But this is no ordinary music collection.

House Speaker hopes Scott wona t veto controversial education bill

Two days after Gov. Rick Scott hinted at vetoing a controversial $419 million, 278-page education bill that narrowly passed the Legislature a week ago, Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran visited the Miami-Dade Legislative Delegation and said he was hopeful the bill will survives Scott's veto pen. "I haven't spoken to him, but I don't know, there's still a lot of time," said Corcoran, R-Land O' Lakes, after a meeting at Florida International University on Wednesday morning.

Tow Trucks, Cafecito, and LIV: You Need This Miami Beach Adult Coloring Book

We've all been there: you leave your car parked along a Miami Beach street where you "swear no one has been ticketed," and suddenly, one hour turns into four, and you discover your car has been towed by some company based out of Hialeah. You want to scream, or punch a wall.

Venezuelans in Miami gather supplies for street protesters back home

Alfred Santamaria packs medical supplies to send to protesters in Venezuela at the "Solidaridad Venezuela" event in Hialeah, Florida on May 13, 2017 Venezuelans living abroad are collecting box loads of items -- including safety helmets, gas masks and first-aid kits -- to support the crowds marching in their homeland against the socialist government of President Nicolas Maduro. Increasingly violent near-daily protests that began April 1 have left a toll of 38 dead, and hundreds wounded and under arrest.

17-Year-Old Aspiring FF Saves FL Police Officer

Aspiring firefighter Thalia Rodriguez was driving home when she spotted an off-duty Miami-Dade police officer who had crashed his motorcycle and quickly reacted to help save his life. May 11--Thalia Rodriguez was on her way to a ridealong at a Hialeah fire station Sunday when she saw a severely injured man bleeding on the side of the road next to a crashed motorcycle.

Landlord Accused of Getting Paid Twice for Same Apartments

Landlord Edward Daniel owns 11 buildings in Miami-Dade, Hialeah and Miami Beach. 120 Section 8 tenants live in those 11 buildings.

Trial set in credit card skimming

An August trial has been set for two Miami-area men charged with attempting to steal credit card informaA tion on a skimming deA vice planted at a Fort Atkinson gas station. Yasmani MoA leiro Sardinas, 26 of Hialeah, Fla., and Liandry Alfonso Palaez, 27, of Miami, Fla., appeared before Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Randy Koschnick for a hearing on the charges Tuesday.

17-year-old Hialeah student helped save life of a Miami-Dade cop injured in crash

High school senior Thalia Rodriguez was driving down Interstate 75 on Sunday morning on her way to do a ridealong at a Hialeah fire station when she saw a man bleeding along the roadside next to a crashed motorcycle. The 17-year-old Westland Hialeah Senior High student pulled over and jumped out of the car.

Miami Lakes wants a southern border wall and will make Hialeah pay for it

As someone who in the past has resided in both Hialeah and Miami Lakes, I cannot say I didn't see this coming. It was only a matter of time The Miami Lakes town council approved a plan Tuesday night to build a wall along its southern border with watchtowers, electrified fencing, drones, and guard dogs-and they want Hialeah to pay for it.

Hialeaha s Jos Mart MAST 6-12 Academy scores high in Washington Post study

Hialeah's Jose Marti MAST 6-12 Academy was the highest ranking South Florida school in a study of America's Most Challenging High Schools published on Saturday by The Washington Post. The 746-student school , with a 95.45 percent rate of students attending a four-year college, ranked 20th in the study of 2,323 schools that divided the number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Advanced International Certificate of Education tests given at a school each year by the number of seniors who graduated that year.

Two men face federal charges for a fishinga checks out of Hialeah mailboxes

U.S. Postal Inspector Reldys Torres demonstrates how criminals used makeshift tools to fish out mail after a press conference on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017 at the Miami Division Headquarters in Miramar. The U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Coral Springs Police Department, Miami-Dade Police Department and the Florida Attorney General's Office collaborated to execute "Operation Hook, Line and Sinker," an arrest round-up of nine targets who committed mail theft through a mail "fishing" technique.

Wanted for decades for legendary crimes, a pair of Hialeah robberies finally brought him down

Anibal Mustelier, a legendary Cuban-born criminal who evaded police capture for more than a quarter of a century, was found guilty along with two other defendants by a federal jury following a seven-day trial in Miami federal court. The three defendants - Mustelier, JosA© Pineda Castro and his wife YamilA© DA az Bernal -were convicted of conspiracy to commit robberies including two jewelry stores in Hialeah and attempting break in at a third.

New FL Fire Chief Told at 18 She'd Make Chief with Hard Work

May 05--WEST PALM BEACH, FL-- Diana Matty joined West Palm Beach Fire Rescue fresh out of high school in October 1994. They made good on their promise Tuesday at 5 p.m. -- on an interim basis, anyway -- when City Administrator Jeff Green called to tell Asst.

Lawmakers grapple with lunker education bill

At the insistence of House Speaker Richard Corcoran, numerous major changes to education policy for Florida's K-12 public schools - from teacher bonuses and daily recess, to testing reforms and expansions for charter schools - were crammed into a single mammoth bill on Friday, with $414 million in spending attached. All of the policies in the 277-page bill will pass or fail as one.

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