Clear skies and full visibility conspired on Monday afternoon to guarantee that science enthusiasts in South Florida had an unobstructed view of the solar eclipse traveling through the United States.
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(08-21-2017) An impenetrable South Florida topography hindered access, so it was a haven for deserters and criminals during the Civil War. In the 1880’s, only Federal Marshals enforced laws. North Miami became a center for booze, gambling and prostitution, and Miami’s first serial killer made his mark. This is Part 1 of a three-part series on Crime History in South Florida.