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Julio Robaina and his wife are charged with conspiring to defraud the U.S., filing a false tax return and making false statements to investigators.
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The South Florida man who caught and killed the longest Burmese python ever found in Florida gets to keep the snakeskin.
New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez has officially closed the $30 million sale of a Miami Beach mansion he built two years ago.
There's a new man in charge at Miami International Airport who oversees everything from getting wildlife off the runways to holding the feds to the fire to cut down wait times for passengers clearing customs.
A teenage student was shot in the leg at a middle school south of Miami Friday afternoon, sending the campus into lockdown.
May is the official start of sea turtle nesting season and an active one in Miami-Dade County.
There are many Vanderbilt mansions, all of them grander, and certainly larger, than the manse on Miami's Fisher Island that bears the famous family name.
Every Friday, Riptide brings you the most eye-catching mugshots taken the previous week in Miami-Dade County.
Ever since Florida's Department of Environmental Protection retook control of the shuttered Coconut Grove Playhouse last year, the storied structure has been left to rot.
Brian Howell, who survived a raging inferno and shootout with police at a West Kendall grow house earlier this year that ended in two deaths won't face charges in the incident, his attorney Alexander Michaels said Monday.
Continuing its recent trend in school choice activism, the Miami-Dade Public School Board announced on Wednesday a sweeping extension of one of its most successful programs in recent years.
The social worker assigned to investigate Catalina Bruno, the woman accused of killing her son after leaving him in the car, has been fired.
South Florida's getting another number one ranking for motor vehicle fraud, but there are ways for local consumers to avoid becoming the next flood car victim according to local and national insurance fraud investigators.
Describing what it called a "damning indictment" of representation for poor criminal defendants, the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that the Miami-Dade County public defender's office could withdraw from a large chunk of felony cases because of excessive workloads.
At noon Thursday, Hialeah Police detectives could be seen guarding the house on 57th Street and West 10th Avenue, while investigators continued to interview the landlord inside.
The historic but ruined Hampton House Motel, the gathering spot for Miami's African-American movers and shakers during the final years of segregation in the 1950s and early '60s, will finally be rebuilt after nearly 10 years of planning by a group of activists and preservationists.