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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 News
Firefighter Douse Fire on 68th Floor of Miami's Tallest Tower

March 25--Miami firefighters doused a fire that broke out Friday evening on the 68th floor of Miami's tallest building, a Brickell apartment tower that's still under construction, a department spokesman said. There were no injuries reported.

Man rescued after scaffolding collapsed at Florida hotel

Video will play in Play now Don't auto play Never auto play Fire crews have rescued a man left dangling after scaffolding collapsed at a Florida hotel. Miami firefighters spoke to the man from a nearby balconey as rescue crews worked at the Key Biscayne scene.

Killer of Coral Gables cop in 1972 gets new sentencing hearing

Forty-five years ago, Coral Gables Police Officer Robert DeKorte rushed to a robbery at the Happiness Boys Liquor Store, only to be shot in the throat during a gunfight. Another cop shot and killed the gunman who fired the bullet that killed DeKorte.

Jamaica inspired her art a " and her cooking

Cook and painter Lisa Remeny, seen in her Coconut Grove home, says she trained her artist's eye on the kitchen. She found parallels between her own cooking and her art: passion, boldness, simplicity of form.

11 Miami Brunches That Satisfy Any Sweet Tooth

Miami is pretty obvious about its love affair with brunch. There's no hiding the fact that we love ourselves some day drinking and all day breakfast food.

O, Miami wants you to see poetry everywhere a " even on doggie poop bags

Scott Cunningham , founder of O, Miami and his staff, with a specially-wrapped Metrobus to be unveiled Monday that features original poems written by third and fourth grade students by the Department of Transportation and Public Works as part the O, Miami poetry festival. "Poo-etry" bags - the brainchild of Miami-Dade Parks Department's Stephanie Cornejo - will be available at some dog parks around Miami.

Miami teen leading charge to outlaw texting while driving

The Miami high school junior is on a mission to keep drivers from texting behind the wheel and he says he won't stop until it's a state law. Over the past year, the teen has met with youth councils, county officials and state legislators to argue that texting behind the wheel should be a primary offense - meaning police can pull drivers over just for using their phones, instead of issuing a ticket only if they are stopped for another infraction.

How these students handle their taboo problems of cutting, suicide, depression and bullying

Kattie Ulloa endured a storm within herself until she got to high school and found empathy from the very peers she feared would reject her. "I had trouble figuring out who I was," said Ulloa, a Hialeah High junior who abused marijuana, Adderall and alcohol, cut herself, and contemplated suicide.

Miami may target Airbnb hosts who spoke at City Hall, sue home-sharing platform

Dozens of Miami property owners who rent their homes and duplexes to visitors through home-sharing platform Airbnb spent all day at City Hall on Thursday pleading with city officials to buck a legal opinion declaring their business an illegal nuisance . Instead, Miami commissioners reaffirmed that position in a 3-2 vote, threatened to sue Airbnb for promoting clandestine activity, and then told the hosts who placed their names and addresses on the record that they had outed themselves to code compliance.

Man Dangles From Key Biscayne Building After Scaffold Collapse

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Ita s home again for a family that just cana t give up on Miami

NohemA AlarcA3n attends a protest her daughter Liz Rebecca organized with fellow University of Miami student activists in 2009 to oppose President Hugo Chavez's proposed constitutional amendment that would abolish term limits for elected officials in Venezuela. "En San Jose, NohemA AlarcA3n, Noticias 14." I wouldn't go to sleep until I heard those words.

Synagogue bomb plot suspect James Medina found competent for August trial

The Broward County man accused of plotting to bomb a synagogue in Aventura last April now has a trial date and a deadline to decide if he wants to plead guilty. James Gonzalo Medina, 41, has until May 26 to decide if he wants to go to trial or plead guilty, a judge ruled Thursday morning.

Rick Ross Already Planning Next Album And Reveals Title [News]

It hasn't even been a week since Rick Ross released his ninth studio album Rather You Than Me, and already the rap mogul has shared plans to release his next album. Speaking with a Miami radio station Tuesday morning , Ross shared the title of his next project.

Weekend Watch: Ultra Music Festival, Augusto Soledade Brazzdance,...

Augusto Soledade Brazzdance will premiere "Think Blue" at the Arsht Center. Using contemporary dance, ASBD will perform brand-new choreography for its performance of "Think Blue."

Ritz debuts new Lightkeepers restaurant, guest room reimagining

People visit the local Ritz-Carlton from all over the globe - or from right in Key Biscayne - for many reasons, but chief among them is the beautiful beachfront setting. With that in mind, Ritz-Carlton, Key Biscayne Miami officials are paying homage to their idyllic location through a multimillion dollar remodeling that includes updated guest rooms and the new Lightkeepers restaurant.

Explaining the fight between Airbnb and Miami-Dade municipalities

Miami-Dade County is one of the top five Airbnb destinations in the country, with 6,800 hosts renting their homes. But for the past year, Miami Beach has been fining locals who rent on platforms like Airbnb $20,000 for each violation.

Condo confidential: Mexican politician didna t disclose $990K Miami purchase

Alejandra Barrales, the leader of a major Mexican opposition party, paid $990,000 for a condo in Sunny Isles Beach last year, Miami-Dade County property records show - but she doesn't appear to have disclosed the expensive purchase to Mexican voters. The luxury, two-bedroom condo is located in a twin-tower development called 400 Sunny Isles that offers views of Oleta State Park, Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.

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