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BSO searching for subject who attacked man with sword over cart found in trash pile - The Broward Sheriff's Office is searching for a man who attacked another man with a sword over a cart that was found in a trash pile in Oakland Park. According to BSO the incident took place July 15.

Women's Fund Miami-Dade Will Host Reproductive Rights Town Hall With Donna Shalala and Debbie Mucarsel-Powell The town hall is one of a monthly series the Women's Fund hosts to address issues relating to women and their well-being, and reproductive rights are a crucial part of those discussions. "We want the community to be able to identify what individual women can do to protect and advance women's rights," says Andersen.

Police search for burglar who targeted used car dealership in Miami MIAMI - Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man seen on surveillance video footage burglarizing a used car business in Miami. City of Miami Police posted a tweet on Monday morning capturing the theft on the lot of J and J Auto Group, located in the area of Northwest 27th Avenue and 34th Street, at around 12:20 a.m.

Morrofino Barcelona Bringing the Best of Spain to South Beach Morrofino Barcelona, Xavi says, will offer a place to gather and experience the best of Spain in Miami Beach. The eatery is slated to open in October, following the debut of a Telefèric Barcelona outpost in Palo Alto, California. "We love Miami but have observed a lack of good concepts," Xavi says.

Coast Guard Searching For Two Missing Boaters Off Florida's Coast JACKSONVILLE - The Coast Guard has expanded its search for two missing boaters who didn't return from their fishing trip. Brian McCluney and Justin Walker left Port Canaveral on Friday and are believed to have traveled about 30 miles offshore. They were expected to return home later that night but never did.

Forget Scooters — Now You Can Rent Paddleboards With Your Phone The Florida-based paddleboard-sharing company PADL will launch next week in Key Biscayne. This marks the first time PADL will be available to the public after a private launch at the South Beach Place hotel in Vero Beach. PADL cofounder Andres Avello says he wants to make it easier for everyone to get out on the water.

BSO firefighters rescue ducklings from Weston drain - - Broward Sheriff's Office deputies were able to rescue eight ducklings from a drain in Weston and return them to their mother. In a tweet posted Sunday morning, the Broward Sheriff's Office said a resident called 911 after hearing chirping coming from a nearby sewer drain.

SW Dade Rally For Gun Reform Wants US Senate To Draft A Bill And Vote MIAMI CBSMiami) - Those gathered at a rally in Southwest Miami-Dade on Sunday night hoped to put pressure on lawmakers for reform to the nation's gun laws. The group met ahead of the first day of school in Miami-Dade.

The Eight Best Free Events in Miami This Week Here are the best free events in Miami this week:. Some bus shelters around town now pop with color thanks to photos by Michelle Lisa Polissaint and Terence Price II. Their moving images are part of the Commuter Biennial, taking place around town through October.

Despite Nick Carter Allegations, the Backstreet Boys Have Avoided #MeToo Backlash Though the allegation has not taken a consequential toll on the Backstreet Boys' recent success, it can - at a minimum - taint the way people listen to the soundtrack of their childhood. The next time Carter sings, "Am I sexual?" on "Everybody ," you might not hear it in quite the same way.

SB Sawgrass Expressway reopens after fatal crash - Authorities have reopened all southbound lanes of the Sawgrass Expressway in Broward County after a fatal crash prompted an hours-long closure during morning rush hour. Florida Highway Patrol troopers responded to the scene near Atlantic Boulevard, just after 6 a.m., Monday.

Boil Water Notice For Section Of Lauderhill LAUDERHILL - A section of Lauderhill is under a boil water notice after FPL broke a water main break in the area of NW 26th Street and State Road 7. The affected areas are from 2351 to 2551 NW 41st Avenue, NW 26th Street from State Road 7 to NW 42nd Avenue and 2439 to 2701 State Road 7.

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Pop-Tarts Doughnut, Cracked by Adrianne, and Tiki Cocktails Looking for the best food and drink events in Miami this week? Check out Cracked by Chef Adrianne, the Salty Donut's back-to-school doughnut, and Kyu and Broken Shaker's bar event.

The Best Concerts in Miami This Week E11even Miami, 29 NE 11th St., Miami, 305-305-6611, DJ Ma Non Troppo: 8:30 a.m., Free. Government Center, 111 NW First Street, Miami. Vibeat: Free. Lagniappe, 3425 NE Second Ave., Miami, 305-576-0108, Yvad: 8:30 a.m., Free.

UFC's Dana White Must Give Miami-Based Fighter Jorge Masvidal a Match Against Nate Diaz After Diaz disposed of Anthony "Showtime" Pettis by unanimous decision Saturday night following a three-year hiatus from the octagon, he made it clear which fighter he wants to face next: Jorge Masvidal. Masvidal has been calling for a match against Diaz for some time, so it appears Diaz is set to oblige his request.

There could have been three more mass shootings if these men weren't stopped, authorities say Authorities this weekend announced they had foiled three potential mass shootings after arresting three men in different states who expressed interest in or threatened to carry them out. All three cases were brought to authorities' attention thanks to tips from the public.

Innovations, Renovations Mark First Day Of New School Year In Miami-Dade MIAMI - Summer break is officially over in Miami-Dade as Monday morning brought the first day of the new school year. "We'll be welcoming 20-thousand teachers to the school system this new year, and an excess of 350-thousand students," said Miami-Dade public schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho.

Pilot Reported Problems Before Crash That Killed New Orleans TV Anchor A stunt pilot whose plane crashed in New Orleans last week, killing him and local television journalist Nancy Parker, reported unspecified problems shortly after taking off, NBC News reported. The pilot, Franklin J.P.

Police: Florida mom aims at tanker, tries to kill self, sons - Police say a Florida woman intentionally rammed her van into the back of a tanker truck after failing to crash head-on in a suspected attempt to kill herself and her two young sons. The Gainesville Sun reports police arrested 48-year-old Melissa Gail Mack on Friday on three counts of attempted murder.

Miami-Dade Schools Introducing New Programs To Enhance Learning MIAMI - More than 350,000 students headed back to class on the first day of school in Miami-Dade. Monday morning, more than a thousand school buses hit the road in the county. This year the district has launched real-time GPS communication with parents from school buses.

Miami Spice Italian Restaurants, Pick for Classics, Vegans: MiamiCurated Here's a great pick for a Miami Spice Italian restaurant that Vegans and vegetarians will love, along with their fellow diners who like traditional Italian cuisine. La Moderna takes the Italian classics like parmigiana, carpaccio, cannelloni and makes them Vegan with great success and has crowd pleasers too, classic non-Vegan dishes.

Florida's iconic palm trees threatened by invasive disease - Florida's iconic palm trees are under attack from a fatal disease that turns them to dried crisps in months, with no chance for recovery once they become ill. Spread by a rice-sized, plant-hopping insect, lethal bronzing has gone from a small infestation on Florida's Gulf Coast to a nearly statewide problem in just over a decade.

New banner at MSD hopes to calm students at start of new school year - A new banner surrounding one of Marjory Stoneman Douglas' buildings hopes to bring Parkland students peace. The Tree Banner, donated by Wizard Creations, now surrounds the 1200 building of the high school until it's eventually demolished. The building was the scene of the deadly school shooting that left 17 dead back in February 2018.

Miami-Dade students return to classes for start of 2019-2020 school year MIAMI - Students and teachers across Miami-Dade are gearing up to start the new school year. Events were held across the county over the past weekend for parents to get free supplies and backpacks. Style Saves made sure students had what they needed to walk into class confident on Monday.

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