The pilot program described in Sue Cocking’s Feb. 24 article, Study contains good news for bluefin tuna, also benefits prized game fish and the recreational anglers who target them.
As a 17-year Miami resident who lives on Brickell Key, I have seen how much this city has grown. With growth has come good and bad. Right now, I am writing about the bad.
It was one of the most horrific cases of teenage bullying that captivated the country — and it took place here in South Florida. Michael Brewer, 15, was viciously attacked by a group of bullies who threw rubbing alcohol on him and then lit him on fire. Michael survived.
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