Art world heist

Matisse back at home, but mystery remains

 

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    ‘Pancho,’ the beloved croc, died during capture

    Pancho — a 12-foot, 300-pound American crocodile that has made its home in the backyard waters of the exclusive Gables by the Sea community— is dead. The croc died while fighting his capture early Friday morning, authorities said.

  • Art world heist

    Matisse back at home, but mystery remains

    A $3.7 million painting by Matisse stolen from a Caracas museum and recovered by the FBI in Miami is now back with its owner in Venezuela.

  • Miami-Dade County budget

    Police officers’ jobs saved

    Mayor Carlos Gimenez said several budget moves generated new savings — and more could come after another labor union settled its contract negotiations.

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