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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

Miramar News
Man on bicycle dies after getting struck by SUV

A man was struck and killed by a car Monday morning in Miramar, police said. For much of Monday morning, a portion of Southwest 25th Street between Pembroke Road and Miramar Parkway was closed as police investigated the crash.

Police searching for shooter of 4-year-old girl and 20-year-old man in Miramar

A 20-year-old man is dead and a 4-year-old girl is in the hospital after both were shot Friday night in Miramar. According to Miramar police, the shootings happened at about 6:30 p.m. near the 6100 block of Northwest 40th Court.

Drive-by shooting kills man and injures 4-year-old, police say

A man, believed to be in his 20s, died and a 4-year-old girl was hospitalized, said Detective Carlos Villanola, of the Miramar Police Department.

Microsoft network engineer charged with money laundering linked to Reveton computer ransomware

A Microsoft network engineer is facing federal money-laundering charges linked to the Reveton Trojan malware , which freezes victims' computers and tries to force them to pay a "fine" or ransom. Raymond Uadiale, 41, a former Miramar resident who, his attorney said, previously taught mathematics at Miami-Dade College, pleaded not guilty to money-laundering and conspiracy charges on Thursday in federal court in Fort Lauderdale .

Mentally Ill Woman Sues Miami Gardens Cop She Says Kidnapped, Sexually Assaulted Her

Over the next several years, his reputation became so tarnished the U.S. Attorney's Office stopped prosecuting his cases. In April 2015, the feds notified his employer they would no longer even use him as a witness.

Strengthening local gov't key to building better C'bean cities

Kingston's Mayor, Senator Councillor Delroy Williams, says strengthening relationships at the local government level is key to building better Caribbean cities. "We believe that will serve us well in the City of Kingston and will also serve the cities, towns and municipalities across the Caribbean region," the mayor said.

Develop rural towns to address urban drift, McKenzie tells mayors

Lionel Rookwood/Photographer Desmond McKenzie, minister of local government and community development , listens attentively to Senator Delroy Williams , mayor of Kingston, as he talks with Wayne Messam , mayor of Miramar, Florida, USA and Michael Belnavis, mayor of St.Ann, during the Inaugural Conference of Caribbean Mayors held at the Regional Headquarters of the University of the West Indies yesterday. Jamaica's urban centres, like those in other English-speaking Caribbean countries, are fast becoming overpopulated as a result of the movement of people from rural areas, thus putting a strain on social amenities and physical infrastructure, says Local Government Minister Desmond McKenzie.

It will be 'Jen and Johanna' for midday show at WTVJ-Ch. 6

Johanna Gomez and Jen Herrera are the new co-hosts of "6 in The Mix" on WTVJ-Ch. 6. They replace Roxanne Vargas who is now a morning anchor.

Managing Custody With an App

Michael Daniels, 38, wanted a way to avoid sharedcustody scheduling and budgeting issues with his ex-wife after a contentious divorce. Daniels, a custom home builder, and his team launched app Fayr to manage and document child-sharing responsibilities.

The Tour de Broward Raised More Than $550,000 For Joe DiMaggio Childrena s Hospital

Two and a half years ago, Kimberly Ocampo was riding a bicycle to work when the driver of a car ran a red light and hit her. The Cooper City resident broke her spine, was paralyzed from the waist down, and told by some she'd never walk again.

Cities sue state officials over gun regulations law

Elected officials from 10 Florida cities are suing state officials over a law that prohibits local governments from enacting their own gun regulations. The lawsuit filed Monday in Leon County Circuit Court against Gov. Rick Scott, Attorney General Pam Bondi and others says the law is invalid and unconstitutional.

As interest rates rise, many South Florida homebuyers rush to sign on dotted line

Fort Lauderdale homebuyer Thomas Alario considers himself to be a fortunate man. Amid a national run-up in home mortgage interest rates, he locked in a number that he and his wife could live with, and closed last week on the home of their choice.

WTVJ-Ch. 6's Roxanne Vargas moves to weekday mornings

Miami native Roxanne Vargas will be co-anchoring the weekday morning newscasts with Sheli Muniz on WTVJ-Ch. 6. "I love South Florida and I'm humbled by the opportunity to continue to serve my community alongside a terrific team of professionals," said Vargas, a broadcast journalism graduate of Florida International University.

Life in prison for Miramar man convicted in murder of estranged wife

Cid Torrez was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison for the 2012 murder of his estranged wife, Vilet Torrez, whose body was never found. Prosecutors say he dumped the body in the Everglades.

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