After Pedro Jose Maldonado killed his wife and teenage son, he drove to Tallahassee, where he tried but failed to kill a second son. Later, he was found dead in a Lake City hotel room, apparently after slitting his throat.
Pistons 107, Heat 97
LeBron James and Michael Beasley each scored 23 points, but the Heat couldn’t overcome the absence of Dwyane Wade as the Pistons snapped Miami’s 10-game winning streak Tuesday night.
On the anniversary of Gross’ arrest, supporters held a vigil across from the White House to urge President Obama to personally intervene to secure his return. A Cuban court sentenced Gross to 15 years after deciding that the work he’d been sent to do there on behalf of the U.S. Agency for International Development constituted an attempt to undermine the Cuban government.
The hurricane known as Art Basel week struck Miami with full force on Tuesday, sending crashing waves of collectors, design fiends, scenesters, curiosity-seekers, and the merely very moneyed into the city’s hippest neighborhoods to nearly drown in a deluge of tent fairs, installations, museum shows, and, naturellement, free cocktails.
Thousands of museum members got their first glimpse of the new Pérez Art Museum Miami at a preview Tuesday night.
Affordable Care Act
President Obama pushed back against critics Tuesday, while repairs to healthcare.gov bring improved performance, users say.
Nearly two dozen homes on an exclusive island may find themselves facing a driveway for 160 units in two luxury condo towers on the island next door.
Messages were found spray-painted on a Jewish center and on youth center buses in Miami Beach.
A delivery truck slammed into the back of a Miami home on Tuesday morning after the driver had a possible heart attack or another medical emergency at the wheel.
Miami-Dade County got a long-awaited federal grant that will save 59 jobs at fire rescue. But issues remain, such as a loSw tax-collection rate and fire fees that don’t meet departmental costs, administrators say.
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