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HOMEOWNERS CONFRONT BURGLARS: According to police, shots were fired after homeowners confronted four men suspected of attempting to burglarize their parked cars in Doral. No injuries were reported, but the four suspects remain at large.

Aromatherapy spray linked to US deaths faces recall

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🤑 SHE'S A WINNER!! South Florida woman wins $1,000 a week for life on $2 ticket

ONE & ONLY EXCLUSIVE: Detectives are now looking for the sister of the 18-year-old man accused of killing a Hollywood police officer. She is wanted for questioning about the stolen gun.

Florida’s 20th Congressional District special primary is 1st election with more requirements for voters

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WEELY COVID DATA: The state health department on Friday reported 15,314 new coronavirus cases from Oct. 15-21 — the fewest in a week since mid-June.

More Haitian migrants face deadly jungle after crossing Colombia-Panama border

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After a massive search in Miami River, divers pull a person out of dark water

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#BREAKING Horrible news to update; it has been confirmed Kobe Bryant's 13-year-old daughter Gianna was killed in today's helicopter crash along with her father.

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Police say nearly 1,200 pounds of pot missing from a warehouse was eaten by mice.

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BREAKING NEWS: President Donald Trump's former campaign manager is reportedly in a Fort Lauderdale hospital after barricading himself in his home, armed and making threats.

DON'T PANIC AT THE PUMP! South Florida doesn't get its gas from the hacked pipeline, so supply is not an issue — but it could become one if people are hoarding it.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones arrives in Miami for @SuperBowl  LIV aboard his 357-ft. mega-yacht.

Udonis Haslem@ThisIsUD : "There have to be protests; we have to be heard"

A Florida Highway Patrol trooper in riot gear broke the line to hug a woman who said, "I appreciate your patience" after troopers remained calm when protesters approached in Miami's Edgewater.

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