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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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U.N. Security Council visits Haiti

In the hours after Haiti's catastrophic 2010 earthquake, then-President Rene Preval began to grasp the magnitude of the disaster. Guy Philippe, an elected Haitian senator and former police commander who eluded capture in Haiti for more than a decade, was sentenced to nine years in prison in Miami federal court on June 21, 2017 for accepting bribes to protect cocaine smugglers who used the island to ship drugs to the United States.

Travel insider: Jennylee Molina on Miami, Florida

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What make some readers reflexively distrust Trump? His money.

President Trump shows the policy changes he is making toward Cuba during an appearance in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami on June 16. President Trump shows the policy changes he is making toward Cuba during an appearance in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami on June 16. President Trump cited Cuba's poor human rights record as his primary reason for tightening the restrictions on travel and business dealings with that island nation that were loosened by his predecessor. In letters to the editor this week, several readers doubted Trump's sincerity, noting that the president tolerates abuses by other leaders.

Ritz-Carlton will base its new luxury yachting business in Miami

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Co. has set sail into the yachting and cruises business with its newest venture, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection, which will be anchored in South Florida.

Mana buys vacant lot in downtown Miami for $4 million

A 6,000-square-foot vacant parcel of land on Flagler Street in downtown Miami sold for $4 million to New York investor Moishe Mana.

'Dr. Miami' battles town over his office sign

That was the question at the heart of the issue for Michael Salzhauer, the South Florida plastic surgeon known as "Dr. Miami" on social media and TV. Salzhauer, who recently starred in his own reality show on the WE tv cable network , had a white-red-and-black backdrop display with a "Dr. Miami" logo situated outside the entrance of his office building at 1140 Kane Concourse in Bay Harbor Islands.

Russian official linked to South Florida biker club spent millions on Trump condos

Russian tanks motor through the Victory Parade marking the 70th anniversary of the Soviet Union's defeat of the Nazis in World War II, in Moscow's Red Square, in 2015. Igor Zorin, a Russian government official involved in the logistics of the parade, owns valuable South Florida property holdings.

Man pretending to be cop arrested after trying to pull over an actual police officer

A Hialeah security guard was arrested Wednesday evening after attempting to pull over a real Miami police officer, authorities said. Officer Kenia Fallat, who serves as a spokeswoman for the Miami Police Department, was driving west around 7:30 p.m. down Southwest Seventh Street near 13th Avenue when a man pulled up next to her, according to an arrest form.

Beautiful parks beckon a " just dona t try to walk there

When Caroline Parker Santiago and her two children want to walk to A.D. Barnes Park they have to negotiate an obstacle course. First, they warily approach the intersection at Southwest 39th Street and 72nd Avenue, which must have been designed by a 5-year-old scribbling on a napkin.

Uncertainty whittles away hope for Cuban migrants

At an encampment in the the middle of nowhere, 124 Cuban migrants stranded in Panama await a decision on their fate President Donald Trump visited the Manuel Artime Theater in Miami on June 16, 2017 to announce changes to the U.S.'s policy toward Cuba. Sen. Marco Rubio, Gov. Rick Scott, and Vice President Mike Pence all spoke before Trump.

SFBJ hosts Breakfast with the Business Journal in Miami's Brickell

The South Florida Business Journal on Thursday hosted 88 area professionals at a morning networking at its Miami office in the Brickell financial district.

Roaches shut down 3 Miami-area restaurants while 19 others are cited

You can look at this edition of the Roach Report from state inspections of Miami-Dade restaurants in two ways. In only three places were enough roaches scurrying to be a major reason or the reason for immediate closing for the day.

NYC bakery is now making its award-winning bread in Miami

Matthieu Bettant, 35, head baker at Sullivan Street Bakery, talks about the bread making process and his passion for baking on Tuesday, June 22, 2017 in Little Haiti. Matt Kuscher has made a career out of creating very put-together dining concepts and Vicky's House, a milkshake shop in Coconut Grove, is his next venture.

Miamia s first needle exchange for addicts reports harassing visit from cops

Miami's fledgling needle-exchange program - approved by lawmakers with the goal of helping addicts stay disease free - has been praised by health authorities and the county's top police departments. Just two months ago, one Miami police officer spoke glowingly about the program at a press conference called to tout its early successes.

Francis Suarez resigns as Miami city commissioner

Suarez tendered his resignation about 9:30 a.m. in order to comply with Florida's resign-to-run law during his campaign to become mayor and also save the city money by avoiding a costly special election for his replacement. He could have waited until September's qualifying period to resign, but doing so now allows the city to place the District 4 election on the Nov. 7 ballot alongside the mayor's race and two other commission races.

Hide From the Heat at These 12 Miami Dive Bars

Even though Miami's bar scene is on the uptick sometimes a grimy bar, with a surly bar staff and cheap drinks are just what the doctor ordered - especially in the brutal Miami summertime heat. From legendary establishments that have been around for decades to some hole-in-the-wall dives, these are 13 of the best ones around town.

The 10 Best LGBT and Queer Parties In Miami

You could show up here any evening and end up at something well worth checking out. And for queer people, the options are only growing.

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