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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
Drawing nears for Powerball jackpot that's climbed to $700M

In this Aug. 18, 2017, file photo, a customer shows his purchased Powerball tickets in Hialeah, Fla. The estimated jackpot for the Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017, Powerball lottery game has climbed to $700 million, making it the second-largest in U.S. history.

Restaurant argument ends in a shooting at dinnertime

Police arrived at Clarita's, 1666 W. 31st Pl., to find Diaz on his side in a puddle of blood and with a gunshot on the left of his elbow. Diaz, 33, described the shooter as a heavyset white Hispanic male with a fade haircut, black long-sleeved shirt and black shorts.

Hialeah thieves managed to get the ATM but reportedly fail to get the cash

Somebody stopped at a Hialeah McDonald's overnight Tuesday then proceeded to succeed where many a criminal has failed : stealing a bank ATM. Using what Hialeah police called "heavy construction equipment" and what Herald news partner CBS4 called "a forklift," thieves ripped an ATM from a Bank of America drive-thru lane at 1001 E. Ninth St. around 3 a.m. Then, the key part, they managed to get away with big cash machine.

Miami-Dade Courts Closing Public Counters, Cutting Staff Amid Huge Budget Shortfall

Planning on getting a marriage license, paying a traffic tickets in person, or filing a motion for the eviction of your tenants? Starting September 8, statewide funding shortfalls for court systems mean the Miami-Dade's Clerk of Courts office will no longer be staffing front counters at eight major courthouses around the county. Residents from Hialeah to Coral Gables to Miami Beach will have to schlep to the downtown courthouse - and fight through lines that promise to be truly apocalyptic - to get their official business done.

Tent camp of homeless sex offenders near Hialeah a has got to close,a county says

Lauren Book, a Democratic senator from Broward and a survivor of child sexual abuse, gives paperwork to homeless sexual offenders, Claudia Marie Baker and Luis Concepcion at a homeless camp for sexual offenders near Hialeah, Monday night, August 21, 2017. Miami-Dade is taking action against the homeless encampment of sexual offenders.

STR: U.S. hotel performance for July 2017

The U.S. hotel industry reported mixed results in the three key performance metrics during July 2017, according to data from STR . "July is historically the peak month for hotel demand in the country, and for this July, the industry sold more roomnights than any other month on record," said Jan Freitag, STR's senior VP for lodging insights.

Is pointing a a finger guna at a cop a constitutional right? An ex-con just found out

From left to right, Miami-Dade County judges Robin Faber, Maria Ortiz, Andrea Ricker-Wolfson and Edward Newman earlier this month listen to arguments about the constitutionality of a Florida law governing threats against police officers. Bad action-movie dialogue and a finger gun pointed at a cop don't qualify as protected free speech just yet.

No Powerball winners: pot now $650M

A customer shows his purchased Powerball tickets, Friday, Aug. 18, 2017, in Hialeah, Fla. An estimated $535 million was set for Saturday night's drawing - but there was no winner.

Red-light camera bill to come up again in Legislature

Red-light camera manufacturer American Traffic Solutions released a video showing some of the worst red light runners in Florida of 2016. Red-light camera manufacturer American Traffic Solutions released a video showing some of the worst red light runners in Florida of 2016.

The Best Things To Do In Miami This Weekend

Lately you may have found yourself asking, "How would I react to the complete degradation of the world as we know it in the event of, say, a third world war or national Nazi uprising? " Well, this weekend could provide something of an answer. If you're the solutions-oriented type, a Wynwood trash pick up or a celebration in support of books and literacy might make you feel better.

Why six-time loser is the frontrunner to become Miamia s next commissioner

Manolo Reyes is 73 years old, the loser of six political campaigns over three decades and, according to recent polls, the frontrunner to replace Francis Suarez on the Miami City Commission. A Mason-Dixon poll conducted in late June for Miami's firefighters union found Reyes, a Westland Hialeah Senior High government and economics teacher, held a substantial lead over the field heading into a November special election triggered by Suarez's run for mayor.

Fire fight: Unions already taking sides in Republican governor primary

Florida Agriculture Commissioner and Republican candidate for governor Adam Putnam , who will attend tonight's Palm Beach County GOP Lobsterfest, was in Palm Springs this morning to collect the endorsement of the 2,500-member Professional Firefighters/Paramedics of Palm Beach County . State Sen. Jack Latvala , who launched his own GOP gubernatorial candidacy at a fire station in Hialeah on Wednesday, announced endorsements today from the Miami Association of Firefighters, I.A.F.F. Local 587 and the Orlando Professional Firefighters Local 1365.

Hialeah Ranks No. 19 Among Cities With Highest Home Fire Risk, The Hartford Pledges Support

A home fire is reported in the U.S. every 86 seconds and 33 percent of home fires are started by children 6-9 years old 1 The Hartford brings Junior Fire Marshal A program to the city and will donate a total of $20,000 to the school district and fire department for fire safety education )--According to The Hartford's Home Fire Index , Hialeah, Fla. ranks No.

Two Women Killed In Hialeah House Fire

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If we live in paradise, why do we often rank so low in quality of life studies?

As Spanish poet and philosopher Ramon de Campoamor once wrote: "It's that in a treacherous world / nothing is true or false / everything depends on its color / of the prism through which it is seen." The phrase, which still resonates with variations some 169 years later, can be applied to describe South Florida, a so-called paradise of beach and sun that has become an oasis for many wandering immigrants while at the same time apparently serves as a sort of Hell on Earth.

9 Foods That Help Prevent Prostate Cancer

If you want to do all you can to prevent prostate cancer, your first stop should be the grocery store, a top expert says. "There are foods that contain nutrients which have been found to help prevent prostate cancer so what you eat may help make a difference," Dr. Edward Gheiler tells Newsmax Health.

Jack Latvala, newest candidate for Florida governor, hits the campaign trail

Jack Latvala, a state senator from Clearwater, has to leave office in 2018 because of term limits. He's seeking the Republican nomination for governor.

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