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Tobacco Road, known as the oldest bar in Miami, has secured a new home. The iconic bar had its last call in October, and since then patrons have...
Inspectors from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services have found more than 80 “skimmers” at gas stations across the state....
According to an FBI report released this week, almost all of the FBI’s experts who conducted microscopic hair analysis gave flawed testimony in...
Florida Power And Light wants to build two new power reactors at Turkey Point in south Miami-Dade. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission met with the...
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