Tourism industry to visitors: Don’t #prayforMiami. We’re fine.

A perception of a destroyed Miami post-Hurricane Irma is keeping some visitors away from the region as tourism leaders work to spread a message of a back-to-normal Miami. In the Keys, the impact of Irma is expected to seriously impact the region’s key industry — and its small business players.

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FEMA opens a Disaster Recovery Center at Miami Dade College Kendall Campus

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Trump at UN: We are prepared to take further action if the government of Venezuela persists

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NFL Mascot Rappels Down From Roof of London's Wembley Stadium

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Travelers in Puerto Rico face long waits, limited power in terminals after Hurricane Maria

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Dolphins owner talks about players kneeling down during anthem after Trump's comments

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Miami Dolphins players comment on their protest before the Jets game

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Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler talks about 20-6 loss against the Jets

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NY Gov. Cuomo tours the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico 1:27

NY Gov. Cuomo tours the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico

Massive crocodile sighting shuts down neighborhood streets

A massive crocodile sighting in the early morning hours on Tuesday, September 26, 2017, shut down the streets of a Cutler Bay, Florida neighborhood. The crocodile was spotted by a Cutler Bay police officer and he quickly summoned backup. The roads in the area were blocked off to pedestrian and vehicle traffic while calls were made to FWC and a local trapper. Since it's an endangered saltwater crocodile the trapper was not readily able to capture it. After almost two hours the crocodile walked off and swam into a nearby lake.
Edited by Pierre Taylor Reliable News Media
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Massive crocodile sighting shuts down neighborhood streets

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Outer Banks residents brace for Hurricane Maria

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Hurricane Maria to bring high winds and rough surf as it continues towards North Carolina

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