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The Argentine Chateau Group, which developed 900 Biscayne Bay Residences in downtown Miami, is now building Chateau Beach Residences in Sunny Isles.
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Gov. Rick Scott spread the pain. As Scott signed a $74.1 billion state budget Monday, he used his line-item veto power to eliminate proposals that ranged from spending $14 million on a building project at Gulf Coast State College in the Panhandle to earmarking $20,000 for the Hialeah Junior Fire Academy in South Florida.
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Berta Soler, the leader of the anti-Castro group Ladies in White, visited the Freedom Tower Monday to receive the Miami Dade College Presidential Medal.
Miami Police department homicide detective's time in the reality TV spotlight may be over.
Wells Fargo Bank and insurer QBE have agreed to pay an estimated $19.25 million to more than 24,000 Florida homeowners under a proposed settlement that plaintiff attorneys call "unprecedented." Without admitting wrongdoing, the firms would settle claims they inflated premiums - often to five or six times above normal rates - for "force-placed" ... (more)
The 93,991 square foot Dolphin Plaza in Northwest Miami-Dade County has sold for $8.2 million.
It's a new record for the longest Burmese python caught in the wild in Florida. The previous record was a 17-foot-7-inch python caught in August in Everglades National Park.
The handbag Donna Karan was showing off Friday lacked her signature logo, or any designer's logo.
For nearly a decade, The First 48, A&E’s wildly popular reality show, has chronicled homicide detectives investigating scores of Miami murders — from Coconut Grove to Little Havana to Little Haiti.
'Spanish Colonial Art: The Beauty of Two Traditions' is at the Patricia and Philip Frost Art Museum, Florida International University, 10975 SW 17th St., Miami, through Aug.
Click on over and check out each team's plans. 2) Bal Harbour: For the second installation of Bal Harbour's Unscripted public art series: A monument to the legendary Barefoot Mailman gets flipped upside down , with its head buried in the sand.
Bruce Rich didn't fare so well in the Florida justice system in 1999, when a Miami-Dade County jury found him guilty of murdering his parents and a judge sentenced him to life in prison.
It was made of paper mache and, the fashion designer said, represented Haiti's handmade carnival masks - in wearable form.
Walk into the cavernous room at the Phoenix Convention Center and you are immediately overwhelmed by science.