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6 to Know: COVID-19 Continue to Rise in South Florida and Nationally

NBCMiami.com (Local) 5/11 11:57P NBC 6
It’s Thursday, May 12th – and NBC 6 has your top stories for the day. No. 1 – Police have made an arrest after cellphone video captured what appeared to be several boaters popping balloons and letting the trash fall into the water near a Coconut...

Court Rules Against Miami-Dade Restaurant In COVID-19 Shutdown

CBS Miami (News) 5/11 9:21A Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, South Flo
TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami) – Less than a week after federal judges reached a similar conclusion, a Florida appeals court ruled Wednesday that an insurer was not required to cover losses sustained by a Miami-Dade County restaurant that suspended...

Miami Attraction & Museum Months Offer Discounts, BOGOs On Fun Things To Do

CBS Miami (News) 4/26 6:25A Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, South Flo
MIAMI (CBSMiami) From world-class art and museums to outdoor adventures and animal encounters, there is always something to do in South Florida. The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau is making it easier, and more affordable, to check out...

Pink remote-control food coolers may roll on downtown Miami sidewalks

MiamiTodayNews.com (Business & Finance) 3/22 5:18P Lauren Lamb
Automated food delivery robots that debuted in Los Angeles are moving to Miami. The hot pink, remote-controlled coolers are being piloted in downtown Miami. Elnatan Rudolph, managing partner of COCO Automated Food Delivery, represents Miami and...

New York outflow spurs financial jobs growth

MiamiTodayNews.com (Business & Finance) 3/15 5:00P Monica Correa
The financial sector, which has been consistently growing over the past few years, is attracting new-to-market firms to various Miami area locales, including Brickell and Wynwood, as current negotiations will increase its employment numbers in...

New Proposed Redistrict Map Could Split Coconut Grove Into 3

CBS Miami (News) 2/28 2:19P Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, South Flo
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Concern is growing in Coconut Grove over proposed redistricting. A new map would split the Miami neighborhood and potentially impact historically Black West Grove. We are historical we have two churches in the Grove, that are...

Downtown Development Authority spent $100,000 for outdoor dining

MiamiTodayNews.com (Top Stories) 2/22 5:03P Lauren Lamb
The Downtown Development Authority has spent over $100,000 on barricades, bistro tables and umbrellas to keep restaurants in business during the pandemic, and some want to continue on. “In an effort to help Miami restaurants get up and running...

Segregation Walls Are A Sad Reminder Of South Florida’s Jim Crow Past

CBS Miami (News) 2/16 3:11A Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, South Flo
MIAMI (CBSMiami) Painted an ugly yellow, a wall that stretches along NW 12th Avenue and NW 63nd Street to NW 64th Street is a direct link to Miami’s Jim Crow segregation past. In Miami, a typical southern city, Black people whose labor built the...
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