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Homestead is located in the southeastern tip of Florida, situated between the Biscayne National Park on the east and the Everglades National Park on the west. It is only 35 miles outside of Miami and 25 miles from Key Largo. The city's name was derived from a homesteading intended for the Florida East Coast Railway as it passed by the area on its way to Key West. Homestead is home to the Coral Castle, which was built by Edward Leedskalnin, a jilted lover. It is said that it took him over 28 years to finish the stone sculpture.

Population: 31909
Local Newspapers: The Miami Herald
Local Sports Teams: Florida Marlins Florida Panthers Miami Dolphins Miami Fusion Miami Heat
Local Colleges: University of Miami

Zip Codes associated with homestead, florida: 33030 33031 33032 33033 33034 33035 33170
Towns/Cities near homestead, florida : Florida City Leisure City Naranja Redland Kendall

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I fled Irma and found the best side of America

I always face the storm. Not because, as a hard news journalist, I've been on the front lines of natural disasters like the earthquakes in Haiti and Guatemala.

Cana t get back home to the Keys? Herea s the only shelter that will take you in

With Hurricane Irma over, tempers are beginning to boil over after residents are denied entry back into the Florida Keys on Sept. 11, 2017.

Few mobile homes in Florida are storm-ready, despite code

FILE PHOTO: Yana and Jeremy Cauble board up their mobile home in preparation for Hurricane Irma in Homestead, Florida, U.S., September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston/File Photo FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla./WASHINGTON - Only a fraction of mobile homes in Florida were strapped down with the kind of hardened braces meant to withstand fierce storms before Hurricane Irma hit the state, experts said, leaving more than a half-million homes vulnerable to serious damage.

Related:Hurricane Irma poses toughest test for U.S. nuclear industry since Fukushima

Hurricane Irma is driving toward Florida passing the eastern end of Cuba in this NASA's GOES-16 satellite image taken at about 0800 EDT on September 8, 2017. Courtesy NOAA National Weather Service National Hurricane Center/Handout via REUTERS Hurricane Irma is driving toward Florida passing the eastern end of Cuba in this NASA's GOES-16 satellite image taken at about 0800 EDT on September 8, 2017.

Ex-Mainers take shelter as Irma nears Florida

Boat captain Michael Quantrell, originally from Camden, is riding out Hurricane Irma on his 65-foot yacht named "Mrs. Lane" in West Palm Beach with his father, Tom, a 30-year veterans of the Camden's fire department. As the National Hurricane Center on Saturday downgraded Hurricane Irma to Category 3 with a warning that it would intensify as it headed to the U.S. coast, former Mainers planning to ride out the storm in Florida were bracing for the worst.

Hurricane Irma poised to hit Florida: hurricane warnings and storm surge watches in effect

Hurricane Irma weakened to a category 4 storm but remains dangerous. The storm is poised to bring hurricane conditions to the Florida Keys & South Florida Saturday night Hurricane warnings are in effect for southern Florida while hurricane watches are under effect into central Florida.

Will hurricane-resistant windows resist Irma? Will...

"It looks like we're going to find out," said Peter Dyga, president of the East Coast chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors, the largest construction organization in the state. Not since Hurricane Andrew in 1992 has Florida seen the potential for such a violent wind storm.

What It's Like to Experience a Category 5 Hurricane

A young woman leans on a car during the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew in Miami. Andrew was a Category 5 hurricane that hit South Florida in 1992.

Hurricane Irma: Two Nuclear Power Plants in Florida to Close Ahead of Storm

Florida Power and Light is closing two nuclear plants along the state's Atlantic coastline ahead of Hurricane Irma, the company said Thursday, Sept. 7. FPL Public Information Officer Rob Gould said FPL's Turkey Point and St. Lucie nuclear generators will be powered down.

Menacing Hurricane Irma powers forward

A man surveys the wreckage on his property after the passing of Hurricane Irma in St John's, Antigua and Barbuda, yesterday. A woman pushes out floodwaters on her property after the passing of Hurricane Irma in St John's, Antigua and Barbuda, yesterday.

Fantasy Football: Replacements for the Buccaneers and Dolphins

SEPTEMBER 05: Jose Escobar and his son, Jose Escobar, jr. puts up shutters as they prepare for Hurricane Irma on September 5, 2017 in Homestead, Florida.

Detectives arrest two for murder of St. Pete businessman

Pinellas County Sheriff's detectives charged two people with first degree murder Sept. 4 in connection with the death of a business owner in unincorporated St. Petersburg.

Irma strengthens to Cat 5 hurricane with 180 mph winds

Hurricane Irma joined a group of the most dangerous hurricanes in the history of the Atlantic basin on Tuesday as its sustained winds grew to 180 mph with gusts up to 218 mph. Florida and the entire Caribbean are on alert for potential impacts from the "extremely dangerous hurricane," moving west in the Caribbean at 14 mph.

Cops ask for help to find killer of Homestead woman who died in domestic dispute

A fitness-buff mother was killed in Homestead on Thursday night in what police say was some type of domestic dispute, and they're asking the public to help them find her killer. Miami-Dade police released a flier Friday with a picture of 34-year-old Tiara T. Jackson and said she was killed near Southeast 36 Avenue and Second Street at 12:40 a.m. Thursday.

At the gateway to the Keys, a tollbootha s closing has a human price

The day before the tollbooth closed forever, the collector called Cowboy stood in his bright blue perch, welcoming all to "The Fabulous Florida Keys." For 25 years, Cowboy - or, as his paycheck called him, Ken Murray - had worked the booth on Card Sound Road, asking passing drivers for the fare with a "g'mornin'" and "thanks, boss.'

Ticket quota controversy costs FHPa s second in command his job

Florida had more than 3,000 traffic fatalities in 2016, the highest number ever in one year, but over the past three years, the number of traffic citations written by state troopers has steadily declined. Florida had more than 3,000 traffic fatalities in 2016, the highest number ever in one year, but over the past three years, the number of traffic citations written by state troopers has steadily declined.

Whistleblower Sues 30 Miami-Area Cops for Alleged Harassment Campaign

James Eric McDonough, a South Miami-Dade activist with a doctorate in organic thermochemistry, has received little but trouble since reporting a Homestead Police officer for speeding in 2012. He's been thrown out of public meetings, harassed, and even had to sue Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle for threatening to arrest him for recording a conversation with Homestead Police Chief Al Rolle.

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