Family members and volunteers are leaving no stone unturned in their search for missing Doral woman Liliana Moreno and her 9-year-old daughter Daniela, scouring desolate, wooded areas in Southwest Miami-Dade on Saturday.
Opa-locka commissioners — whose city is being investigated by the FBI for suspected corruption and the Securities and Exchange Commission for a questionable bond deal — adopt an ethics plan for all employees.
Gucci will open a flagship, 7,000-square-foot store in 2017 in Miami’s Design District. Also in the works: Estefan Kitchen, featuring high-end Cuban food. A strong dollar is hurting luxury sales but retail developers are pushing forward with expansion plans
More than 200 unaccompanied minors escaping danger and poverty in Central America are being housed at a temporary shelter in Homestead. The facilities were converted from the former Homestead Job Corps site to an 800-bed shelter for immigrant children under federal care.
The Arts + Entertainment District is bringing the “Sounds of Colombia” to Miami. From 7 to 10 p.m. June 30, Bogotan musicians Juan Pablo Vega and Paula will serenade attendees of a free concert at Canvas Miami, 90 NE 17th St.
This past week, the Opa-locka City Commission appointed John Riley to fill a seat left vacant after a commissioner’s death in May. Riley easily edged out four other candidates to replace Commissioner Terence Pinder, who was facing state bribery charges when he rammed his city-issued SUV into a tree.
Surveillance video shows alleged carjacking suspects looking at a truck that was just stolen in north Miami as police arrive Friday morning, June 24, 2016. Miami Police said three men acquired a Ford F-150 at gunpoint in the 400 block of 76th Street Thursday night. An officer spotted them standing next to the parked truck Friday morning. The three tried to flee. One didn’t make it.
Edited by Hector GabinoVideo Courtesy of City of Miami Police
Surveillance video shows alleged carjacking suspects as police arrive
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