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Should an advisory be issued for Tropical Storm Erika, sand will be available at eight locations in Miami-Dade Commissioner Dennis Moss’ District 9. Residents who live in flood-prone zones can come to fill their sand bags.
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Tropical Storm Erika lashed Puerto Rico on Friday with heavy rains and wind after killing at least four people and causing devastating floods and landslides in the eastern Caribbean island of Dominica, where several people remained missing.
FPL urges Floridians to be prepared and be aware of potential electrical hazards at all times, especially before, during and after severe weather. Below are electricity-related tips to keep you and your family safe during hurricane season. Before a storm ...
Vester Lee Flanagan II, aka Bryce Williams, named as suspect in live television shooting in Virginia dies
Police identified Flanagan as the man who walked up to Alison Parker, an on-air reporter, during a live remote interview on WDBJ's morning show.
Policy could change how school district deals with Black firms
The district and the union also came to an agreement regarding the teacher evaluation process.
The Miami Children’s Initiative and partners gave a red carpet welcome to Brownsville Middle School students on the first day of school Monday.
Thirteen more agencies receive funding from The Children’s Trust
‘Justice or Else’ March: Black press called to spread the news
Nonprofit organization to invest money into Overtown
Miramar joined a list of cities, including North Miami, and Miami-Dade County, in its condemnation of a law that could potentially leave hundreds of Haitian-Dominicans stateless.
UTD President Fedrick Ingram, quickly stepped up and assisted with donations.
Brian Dennis to Miami-Dade mayor: 'I drive around Coral Gables ... and I know how the other half lives as well'
Miami Times "Word on The Street" columnist Brian Dennis responds to Miami-Dade Mayor