VENEZUELA

Thousands of squatters to be moved from tower

The Venezuelan government is moving more than 4,400 squatters out of Torre David — the country’s third-tallest (and never finished) skyscraper.

FORT LAUDERDALE

Bahia Mar sold, may be upgraded with more dining and shopping

The iconic resort between the Intracoastal Waterway and the beach has been purchased by a group of Miami investors who intend to update the hotel and add restaurants and shops.

Gay Marriage

Ruling: Key West bartenders can't marry yet

Key Westers Aaron Huntsman and William Lee Jones, who won a gay-marriage case in Monroe circuit court, asked a Florida appeals court to let them marry immediately. The court said no.

Miami Beach

Miami Beach approves tentative hike in storm water fees

A proposal to hike storm water fees in Miami Beach by 84 percent has passed a preliminary vote. The increase is necessary to pay for infrastructure projects that combat sea level rise, city officials say.

PUBLIC CORRUPTION

State: Haitian American cancer awareness group founder bilked taxpayers

Authorities say founder of group to help Haitian-American women pocketed nearly $300,000 but did few cancer screenings.

International Trade

Study: No Trans-Pacific Partnership would be a setback for U.S., Latin America

The United States and 11 Pacific Rim countries, which represent 40 percent of the world’s economy, are currently negotiating the trade and investment liberalization pact. But its prospects are unclear.


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