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Known as The Gateway to the Americas, Miami is an international center for entertainment, education, media, music, fashion, film, culture, print media, and the performing arts. Miami's central business district is home to the largest concentration of international banks in the U.S. Additionally, the Port of Miami is one of the leading cruise ship passenger ports in the world in both passenger traffic and cruise lines.

Population: 424662
Local Newspapers: The Miami Herald El Nuevo Herald
Local Sports Teams: Miami Dolphins (NFL) Miami Heat (NBA) Florida Marlins (MLB) Florida Panthers (NHL)
Local Colleges: University of Miami Barry University Carlos Albizu University Florida International University

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Miami police need witnesses in case of 10-year-old boy believed dead from fentanyl

Alton Banks spent the afternoon at Gibson Park pool in Overtown on June 23. He left around 5 p.m. About an hour later, the 10-year-old boy arrived home on the 100 block of Northwest 13th Court, just a few blocks away. During that narrow time frame, Miami's police chief said on Thursday, police believe that Alton somehow ingested the potent painkiller fentanyl, an illegal drug that along with heroin has been killing addicts in South Florida and across the country.

Miami police chief addresses the opioid epidemic

Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez and Budget Director Jennifer Moon discuss the county's transit future with the Miami Herald Editorial Board on July 19, 2017. The summer camp provides free coding and entrepreneurship programs for girls ages 8 to 12 from Hialeah and Little Havana and also offers after-school programs.

NBC 6 personalities giving away coffee and pastries every Friday throughout Broward, Miami-Dade

Ch. 6 morning anchors Eric Harryman, Sheli Muniz, traffic reporter Kelly Blanco and meteorologist Adam Berg visit different parts of Miami-Dade and Broward each Friday morning as part of the "NBC 6 Cafe." WTVJ-Ch.

Henry Flaglera s last remnant could be a historical gem instead of a locked-up eyesore

Flagler Cottage, the historic 1897 house built by Henry Flagler for his workers, photographed on Friday, July 7, 2017. Flagler Cottage has been vacant, neglected and fenced off for years, but the Dade Heritage Trust wants to refurbish it, open a cafe and rent bikes to be ridden on the Miami River greenway.

She pretended to be an engineer for a $33 million contract. Now shea s in jail.

A woman who police say use her fake engineering firm to try to dupe Homestead into giving her a $33.3 million construction contract for a centerpiece of its downtown revitalization was arrested Wednesday and booked into Miami-Dade County jail. Janet LeGrand, who "methodically created an elaborate facade to make the Bleu Network Inc. appear as a large reputable company," was arrested on a charge of organized scheme to defraud, according to an arrest warrant.

Lobbyist Give $2,000 to Miami Politician After He Appointed Him to Powerful Board

Every five years, Miami-Dade County convenes a task force to propose changes to the County Charter, which basically serves as the "constitution" for a 2.7 million-person metropolis. In 2012, Miami's ultra-powerful lobbyist class was banned from serving on that Charter Review Task Force, out of fear they'd introduce self-serving new laws which Dade County residents would then vote on.

Man might wind up wearing orange for impersonating men in uniform

George Lopez didn't get accused in U.S. District Court in Miami of misrepresenting himself as the comedian who shares his name, but rather as one of a few good men. And, a Coast Guard officer, if not a gentleman.

Florida boy, 10, Dies Of Fentanyl Overdose After Visiting Swimming Pool

A 10-year-old Florida boy became one of the youngest victims of the state's opioid crisis after he collapsed and died in June, authorities said Tuesday. Alton Banks, of Miami, died after a trip to a local swimming pool June 23. Once he got home he started vomiting and became unconscious, according to the Miami Herald.

Miami's Five Best New Music Venues

While some of our favorites have been casualties in the ever-evolving music scene, most recently the legendary Jazid on South Beach , these new spots will hopefully fill the crater-sized holes of the fallen. So get out there and support the artists performing at these new spots.

The Ten Best Summer Cocktails in Miami

During the dog days of summer, the dangerous combination of extreme heat and high humidity sends most Miamians running for an air conditioner or a cold drink. If it's the latter you're looking for, the Magic City is also known for being a boozy city, with a wealth of sophisticated cocktail programs turning out updated menus to reflect the change in season.

A hero of Hurricane Andrew, Bryan Norcross, reveals his untold stories

It was August 1992, and millions were tuned into their TVs, calling in to ask meteorologist Bryan Norcross everything from emergency help to practical tips. Hurricane Andrew was expected to crash into South Florida, and the phone lines to TV station WTVJ were jammed for days.

Miami to get a free fire station in Brickell

Miami will get a free state-of-the-art fire station in a public-private partnership to join properties on Southwest Second Avenue in Brickell. City commissioners on July 13 directed City Manager Daniel Alfonso to cut a deal in which the city and Southside Place LLC consolidate properties to permit Southside to provide benefits that include a fire station and a mixed-use tower with first floor retail and a parking garage.

Fourth new concept to remake Miami River marina

A plan to redevelop a property on the Miami River that has an existing marina has changed at least three times in as many years. The latest proposal would require a rezoning and a loss of scarce marine-industrial zoned property, giving some officials pause.

Miami-Dade creates new subsidy program for movies and television

Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson poses for pictures on the premiere night of the second season of HBO's "Ballers" on July 14, 2016. The party was held at the New World Symphony in Miami Beach.

Father arrested for alleged assault on son outside Chuck E. Cheese,...

AVENTURA, Fla. - A South Florida father is accused of hitting his son, causing bruising and swelling around his eyes, while outside of a Chuck E. Cheese, police said.

Fentanyl Crisis: Miami Boy, 10, Reportedly Died With Painkiller in Body

A 10-year-old Miami boy who died last month reportedly had fentanyl in his system - spurring investigators to trace how someone so young could come into contact with a synthetic opioid ravaging communities across the country. Preliminary toxicology tests show that Alton Banks had the painkiller in his system when he collapsed and died at home on June 23, the Miami Herald reported Monday.

Miami Is The Fifth Most Stressed City

Stress can be related to a number of health issues. According to WalletHub, in the U.S. stress affects more than 100 million people.

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