School project spawns fight for scientific credit

A former FIU biology student says he deserves credit for breakthrough lionfish research used the media-hyped science project of a Loxahatchee sixth-grader.


Miami’s port tunnel
to open in August

More than two months and $7 million in contractor fines after it was supposed to open, Port Miami’s billion-dollar tunnel is finally about ready to handle traffic, officials said Thursday.


Once homeless return to help clean Miami’s streets

The once homeless participants of the Downtown Enhancement Team find new hope through their work helping clean up the same streets they once lived on.


Feds charge former high-ranking Chavez aides with protecting drug traffickers

A former Venezuelan judge Benny Palmeri-Bacchi was among three Venezuelans charged in federal drug-trafficking cases that for the first time link former high-ranking officials in the late President Hugo Chávez’s administration to Colombian cartel bosses, prosecutors said Thursday.


Borrowing from Hillary Clinton, Haiti Prime Minister raises profile

As an ongoing political stalemate in Haiti fuels an electoral crisis, many are focusing attention on Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamonthe’s constant campaign-style stops.


Warehouse fire damages vintage cars

Ted and Robin Vernon are nationally known for their vast collection of vintage cars. Several of those prized automobiles were damaged early Thursday morning when a fire swept through their classic-car warehouse, Ted Vernon Specialty Autos dealership.

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