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President Obama made a pair of stops in Florida Thursday to kick off a two-day Sunshine State campaign trip. After an event in Jacksonville, the president traveled to Century Village in West Palm Beach. He was greeted by supporters and signed some autographs after Air Force One landed on the tarmac at Palm Beach International Airport.
The second round of discovery documents released in the George Zimmerman case Thursday morning by the State Attorney's Office included several crime scene photos.
Researchers and licensed catchers spent Thursday brushing up on how to properly and safely catch pythons as the non-native snakes continue to wreak havoc on South Florida's ecosystem by displacing some of the native wildlife. According to reports, Burmese python populations are heavily concentrated within the South Florida area.
A Boca Raton woman was honored by Boynton Beach Police for her honest virtue Tuesday. Adriana Allen found $1,800 at the Chase Bank ATM at 555 N. Congress Avenue in Boynton Beach last month. She chose to turn over the substantial amount of cash to local authorities rather than pocketing it for a rainy day.
The palatial estate which housed the president of the University of Miami for more than 40 years was sold for a whopping $9 million, the Miami Herald reported. The 4.6 acre Coral Gables home, which was built in 1965 and donated to UM in 1974, was purchased by New Yorker Maria Montalva.
Hungry Heat fans chowed down on free burgers at Miami's BGR Burger Joint on Tuesday for wearing Heat swag. Customers who wore their Heat gear at separate pep rallies at the restaurant's two locations in Kendall and Coral Gables got their choice of a free hamburger or cheeseburger.
It's "The Magic City" versus "The Big Friendly" as Miami goes head-to-head against Oklahoma City in the 2012 NBA Finals.
The owner of a dog that was shot and killed by a Fort Lauderdale Police officer is suing the cop and the city seeking damages. Robert Clements filed the lawsuit Monday against Officer Pete Haritos over the May 4 shooting of Australian shepherd Bandy, according to the Sun-Sentinel.
Forty trees including historic oaks, gumbo limbos and strangler figs were donated to the site of the future Pérez Art Museum Miami began on Tuesday. The trees, which ranged from 25 to 150 years old, were relocated from the grounds of the Brickell CitiCentre construction site after they were donated by Swire Properties.
Miami's Design District will get a fashion-forward makeover. Developer Craig Robins, chief executive officer and president of DACRA real estate, plans to turn the Design District into a posh retail destination. According to The Miami Herald, the promenade will comprise of four blocks of luxury fashion shops, cafes, and plazas.
The pivotal playoff game between the Miami Heat and the Oklahoma City Thunder starts Thursday night. A great location should have an equal amount of spirit as the stands in the basketball arena. If you weren't lucky enough to score a ticket to Game 5 at the American Airlines Arena, you can still get some Heat action in South Florida sports bars.
A West Palm Beach man was arrested Tuesday after he kidnapped his baby and held him from his collar like a "rag doll," officials said. Terrance Jermaine Coleman, 24, faces multiple charges including burglary with assault, child infliction of physical or mental harm and kidnapping, according to his arrest affidavit.
A man was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly exposed himself to a young girl as she waited for the school bus, authorities said. Broderick Cameron Furlow, 25, remained in jail on zero bond and faces charges of lewd and lascivious behavior, the Manatee Sheriff's Office said.
Tropical Storm Ernesto weakened substantially as it crossed the coast of Mexico Thursday, according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami. The storm made landfall at about 2 p.m. near the city of Coatzacoalcos, Mexico with 60 mph winds, the National Hurricane Center said.
Kayan Wright watched via Skype as her family, friends, and colleagues came together to support her with a barbecue fundraiser at the Lauderhill Police Department Thursday. "I thank God every morning when I wake up, just to have the support of my family and all my coworkers at the police department and my friends," said Wright, who has bone cancer, from her VA hospital bed.
A Plantation dog is being recognized for saving her owner's life. Paramedics credit Labrador Tatiana, a hearing-impaired service dog, with saving the life of owner Cristina Saint-Blancard. "If it had not been for Tatiana, I would have not been here today talking to you," Saint-Blancard told NBC 6.
The newest addition to the Zoo Miami giraffe exhibit, Titan, explored the area for the first time.
A Port St. Lucie man was arrested and charged with two misdemeanors after causing a commotion over his McDonald's fry order. Cory Terique Bryan, 22, was arrested on charges of disorderly intoxication and resisting arrest without violence in the July 11 incident at the fast food restaurant in the 1000 block of Southeast Port St.
A lucky group of Miami kids had the chance to go to a 2012 NBA Championship Summer Camp that came with an exciting bonus - the opportunity to meet Miami Heat player James Jones. James Jones visited the Little Haiti Cultural Center to sign basketballs, talk to the children and answer some intriguing questions Thursday.
A North Miami Beach 7-Eleven was robbed Tuesday by two armed and masked men, police said. At about 11 a.m. Anthony Iacono, 19, guarded the front door during the robbery while the second suspect jumped the counter of the convenience store at 15100 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach Police said.
The Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of the Miami Seaquarium will celebrate his 60th birthday by performing with his beloved killer whale. Eric Eimstad started his career at the seaquarium in 1976 as a show assistant, where he scrubbed tanks, cleaned cages and prepared fish for sea lions.
South Florida is known for its expensive entertainment and events. If you're in need for a frugal weekend or want to expand from the usual routine, here is a list of free events and activities. Be aware that parking can be a separate fee, especially in the areas of Miami Beach and Downtown.
A Fort Pierce man who was arrested while driving naked was found with a plastic toy pistol up his rear, authorities say. Robert Leo Casey, 49, was pulled over on July 2 as he drove stark nude in his black Jeep Cherokee in the 4600 block of Okeechobee Road, according to a Fort Pierce Police Department report.
A Florida teenager has lost his right arm below the elbow to an attacking alligator. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokesman Jorge Pino told Fort Myers television station WBBH the teen's arm was still inside the 11-foot alligator when it was hunted down and killed Monday evening.
In celebration of our nation's 236th birthday, South Floridians are preparing for a patriotic and fun-filled day. Here are 10 South Florida spots that will host Fourth of July celebrations and events, with loud trumpeting parades, live music, savory foods - and, of course, thrilling fireworks.
Most know that driving in South Florida is a no nonsense topic. Whether you've had a fender bender, been stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic or have been cut off routinely, accidents or the threat of one...
In a move to prevent and reduce the number of cars that accidentally plunge into lakes and canals, Miami-Dade Commissioner Javier D. Souto will introduce a new ordinance that would expand the current guardrail law, which requires the barriers on streets adjacent to bodies of water, to include commercial parking lots.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission decided that the Florida black bear will be removed from the state's list of threatened species. The black bear had been listed as threatened since1974, when its population barely grazed 300.
State wildlife commissioners are set to decide Wednesday if the Florida black bear will be removed from the state's list of threatened species. But many environmentalists urge that the black bear should stay on the list since isolated bear populations and habitats are still vulnerable.
Investigators are trying to find out why an 11-year-old New York girl died while trying to retrieve a ball from a pond at a time-share resort's miniature golf course near Orlando. Orange County Sheriff's deputies say Ashton Jojo cried out in pain Wednesday afternoon as she stepped into the 2-foot-deep pond.
Authorities say a central Florida woman was hospitalized and her dogs died after they were attacked by a swarm of bees. Martin County Fire Rescue reports the woman was going for a walk Monday morning when she was attacked near a vacant lot. Nearby lawn workers tried to help the woman.