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Miramar is a diverse city in Florida that is located on the edge of the Florida Everglades.. Its motto is "Beauty and Progress," which has been changed from "The Center of Everything." Less than half of the city is White-Caucasian. The remaining ethnicities include Hispanic, Native American, Asian, Pacific Islander, and African American. The city has the fifth highest percentage of the population of Jamaican residents in the United States. There are also significant populations of Colombian, Dominican, Cuban, and Haitian residents.

Population: 72739
Local Newspapers: Miami Herald Sun Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: Florida Marlins (MLB) Florida Panthers (NHL) Miami Dolphins (NFL) Miami Fusion (MLS) Miami Heat (NBA) Miami Sol (WNBA) Miami Hurricanes
Local Colleges: Strayer University

Zip Codes associated with miramar, florida: 33023 33025 33027 33029
Towns/Cities near miramar, florida : Miami Gardens Pembroke Pines Cooper City

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Thief met victims online and robbed them at gunpoint, cops say

Students at Hebrew Academy Community School celebrated Jerusalem Day by setting up the classroom like sites in Jerusalem and giving a tour of each site. Students at Hebrew Academy Community School celebrated Jerusalem Day by setting up the classroom like sites in Jerusalem and giving a tour of each site.

Some South Florida cities consider allowing corporate logos on public places

Parts of Pompano Beach could soon be brought to you by corporations looking to get their name out front - think BB&T City Hall or IMAX Pier. The city is the latest South Florida government to consider selling naming rights or exclusive product placement on city properties.

Truck driver charged in I-75 crash that killed Miramar girl, 17, med student, 29

An unsecured load of concrete barriers and leaving an Interstate 75 construction zone improperly caused the 2015 crash that killed a Miramar teenager and a 29-year-old third-year medical student, the Florida Highway Patrol has concluded. Now, the driver of the flatbed truck, Juan C. Calero, 45, of Hialeah, has been charged with causing the deaths of Liza Angulo, 17, and medical student Jonathan Raymond Astaphan.

Broward teachers to Gov. Scott: veto the education bill

Broward teachers added their voices to those calling on Gov. Rick Scott to veto an education bill they say favors charter schools. Several teachers in the Broward Teachers Union criticized the bill during a job fair Monday designed to attract people to work at Broward schools.

Scott digs new PAC

Good Monday afternoon, Power Lunch readers. Gov. Rick Scott is in Orlando today for the groundbreaking of Nerd Shangri-La -- the accounting firm KPMG is building an 800,000-square-foot training complex that will include a coffee and wine bar, volleyball court, "pub-like venue," hiking trails, and will apparently also involve training accountants somehow.

United States of America v. Harlan Decoste

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. HARLAN DECOSTE, a.k.a. Money King, a.k.a. Moneyking_111, Defendant-Appellant.

County tax auctions put small investors at disadvantage

A fire at Amazing Thai and Japanese Friday morning damaged the eatery and sent smoke to the Pines West Animal Hospital next door displacing some two dozen animals temporarily. A fire at Amazing Thai and Japanese Friday morning damaged the eatery and sent smoke to the Pines West Animal Hospital next door displacing some two dozen animals temporarily.

Fort Lauderdale uses bulldozers to clear out homeless camp at downtown park

Fort Lauderdale airport shooter Esteban Santiago checked nothing but a gun on his one-way flight. Was it hard? We sent our reporter to five cities on one-way tickets, with a semi-automatic handgun and ammunition in his bag.

Indian-American jailed for $33 million fraud in US1 min ago

Washington, May 19 An Indian-American businessman has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for fraud schemes that cost investors over $33 million. Navin Shankar Subramanian Xavier, of Miramar, Florida, operated Miami Gardens-based Essex Holdings from 2010 to 2014 through which he carried out two fraud schemes, according to the court documents.

Former CEO sentenced to 15 years in prison for $33M fraud

Navin Xavier was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to fraud schemes that cost investors more than $33 million, prosecutors said.

For Guatemalan migrants, life without papers is very expensive

Life without immigration papers can be expensive. Aurora, a Maya woman from Guatemala, knows that well because of her own finances.

Spirit Accused of Stranding Disabled Passenger Alone in Wheelchair at FLL for Hours

When his family finally found him at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Holmer Avellan was sitting alone in his wheelchair, weeping. Spirit Airlines was supposed to have an employee escort him to his connection.

Haitians Fear Wrenching End to Post-Quake Immigration Help

CW44 Station Bio- WTOG-TV first began operations on November 4, 1968, broadcasting on UHF channel 44. Originally owned my Minnesota-based Hubbard Broadcasting Corp., WTOG solidified itself in the Tampa Bay market by being the area's only [] Haitians Fear Wrenching End to Post-Quake Immigration Help Farah Larrieux feels like she's about to be forced out after living and working in the U.S. for more than a decade. Immigration privileges granted to her and many other... Richard Simmons Sues National Enquirer for Libel Richard Simmons filed a libel and invasion of privacy lawsuit Monday against the National Enquirer and its parent company over stories that said he is now living as a transgender woman.

Haitians fear wrenching end to post-quake immigration help

Larrieux is among roughly 50,000 Haitians legally living and working in the U.S. that could suddenly face deportation i... . In this Wednesday, April 26, 2017 photo, Farah Larrieux speaks during an interview in her home in Miramar, Fla.

Haitians fear wrenching end to post-quake immigration help

In this Wednesday, April 26, 2017 photo, Farah Larrieux poses for a photograph in her home in Miramar, Fla. Larrieux is among roughly 50,000 Haitians legally living and working in the U.S. that could suddenly face deportation if immigration privileges granted after a 2010 earthquake devastated their Caribbean homeland are allowed to expire.

Haitians fear wrenching end to post-quake immigration help

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Chaos at Florida Airport After Spirit Flights Canceled

Several people were detained at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport when 11 flights were grounded on Monday. ABC News reported on May 9, 2017 , that sheriff's deputies were brought in to calm angry passengers at the airport after nine Spirit flights were cancelled on May 8. The 11 cancellations and 26 delays on Monday are said to be over ongoing negotiations between Spirit Airlines and the Airline Pilots Association, according to The New York Daily News .

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