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A day after Angel Rodriguez announced his intent to transfer from Kansas State, player and team began focusing on the future. For Rodriguez, a sophomore point guard who helped the Wildcats win 27 basketball games and a share of the Big 12
A novelty lighter shaped like a grenade caused the partial evacuation of a terminal at Miami International Airport Thursday morning, officials said. Police reported finding a suspicious package at a security checkpoint in Terminal D shortly after 5 a.
Academy 9-8 in overtime to clinch their fifth consecutive district title, and the boys bested Hialeah 13-12 with a fourth-quarter comeback. OT): Guillen's first dive into the pool was of the more spontaneous variety. When Sidney Thomas rifled a long
Dave Shealy is best known as the keeper of the legend of the Everglades' mysterious skunk ape. The 49-year-old South Florida native has built a pretty good business around his Skunk Ape Research Headquarters located on Tamiami Trail about 60 miles
A judge has terminated the probation of Pamela Graham, the former legal guardian of missing Miami child Rilya Wilson. Pamela Graham, who pleaded guilty to two counts of child neglect in 2004, will not serve any jail time, The Miami Herald said.
Capitol in support of immigration reform, in Washington DC on April 10, 2013. April 15 (UPI) -- Most people detained for deportation in Miami-Dade County, Fla., through an immigration enforcement program were not dangerous criminals, a report said
After spending their careers working for celebrity chefs and major restaurant corporations, they are going out on their own for the first time. On Jan. 29 Reginbogin's birthday they signed a lease for a location in South Beach and embarked on the
Special to The Miami Herald All the pieces fit perfectly for Jose Gandara . The new women's volleyball coach for the Miami Hurricanes had been serving as an assistant at the University of Washington when he heard about the opening in Coral Gables.
Special to The Miami Herald When Barbara Feldman of Kendall retired from the Miami-Dade County Public School System after 44 years in December, she received her retirement funds in a lump sum. She and her husband, Steven, a certified public
Miami voters will decide whether to subsidize millions of dollars of renovations to the stadium where the Miami Dolphins play, county officials say. The referendum on whether taxpayers should contribute $289 million to update Sun Life Stadium has