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Miami man arrested in the Keys for lobster violations

MONROE COUNTY, Fla.– A Miami man was arrested in Monroe County on Friday for multiple “lobster violations”. Rogelio Crespo, 43, has been charged with Rogelio Crespo was charged with possession of undersized lobster, out-of-season lobster wrung lobster tail in the water, and harvesting lobster without a measuring device. Law enforcement...
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Florida unemployment lawsuit filed

STATEWIDE - A group of attorneys filed a lawsuit Sunday in an effort to force the State of Florida to restore $300 weekly extended federal unemployment benefits. Attorneys Scott Behren, Gautier Kitchen, and Marie Mattox are leading the suit which was filed Sunday afternoon in Broward County. The suit is expected to be registered with the Clerk of Court's Office Monday morning.
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2 Performances Of ‘In The Heights’ At Arsht Center Canceled After Cast Members Catch COVID

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The remaining performances of “In The Heights” at the Adrienne Arsht Center have been postponed after several cast members tested positive for COVID-19. Organizers say tickets will be valid for the new performance day, which hasn’t been announced yet. People can also exchange their tickets for a gift certificate, donate them to a nonprofit organization or get a full refund.
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Ready for a change? These jobs are open in Miami

Want to get yourself a job? Here are a selection of open positions in Miami: 1. Solar Sales Specialist 125k-325k earning potential!; 2. Licensed Life Insurance Sales Positions - Pre-Set Appointments; 3. Class A Owner Operators - Appreciated and Respected Here; 4. Independent Contractor Recruiter - REMOTE; 5. Secretary
Miami, FLHollywood Life

Rihanna & A$AP Rocky’s Relationship Is ‘Sincere’ & ‘Real’: ‘They Have Natural Chemistry’

Rihanna and A$AP Rocky are currently spending time together in Miami, Florida where the rapper performed as a headliner at the Rolling Loud music festival. Rihanna, 33, and A$AP Rocky, 32, are going strong! The sexy couple has been inseparable on their recent trip to Miami, Florida for the Rolling Loud music festival and sources tell HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY that they’ve been having a “great time” in the coastal city. “They’ve been having a great time in Miami together going out late and enjoying the scene. She loves it down there and it’s one of her favorite cities to travel to and she goes a lot. She likes the nightlife and relaxed vibe,” the source spilled to HL.
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Rihanna Wears a Casual Fur Boa for Date Night with A$AP Rocky in Miami

We can always trust Rihanna to add a pop of glamour to the most casual date night look. The pop star and beauty mogul stepped out for dinner in Miami Friday night, after supporting her boyfriend, rapper A$AP Rocky, as he headlined the Rolling Loud festival. Page Six reports that the couple ate at Miami’s World Famous House of Mac late Friday night, and they even posed for pics with the restaurant's owner.
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Miami football OTs high on its board after Daughtry Richardson to FSU

The Miami football team still has four-star offensive tackles Julian Armella and Malik Agbo strongly considering the Hurricanes following the commitment of three-star OT Daughtry Richardson to Florida State on Sunday. Richardson’s commitment to the Seminoles was as expected. Richardson committed to Florida State over Arizona State, Kentucky and Miami....
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1960s civil rights activist Robert Moses has died

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP) — Robert Parris Moses, a civil rights activist who was shot at and endured beatings and jail while leading Black voter registration drives in the American South during the 1960s and later helped improve minority education in math, has died. He was 86. Moses, who was widely...
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Saturday Marked One Month Since Surfside Tragedy Devastated South Florida Community

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It’s been one month since our South Florida community was rocked by the tragedy of Surfside. The investigation is only just beginning, and at least one family waits for the closure they need. At around 1:30 a.m. on June 24, the calls came in. The Champlain Towers South condo building in Surfside came crumbling down. Fifty-five of 136 units were destroyed in the 12-story building, reduced to about four stories. Thirty-seven people were rescued off their balconies. Four pulled alive from the rubble pile. This was the first time in Florida’s history that all eight urban search and rescue teams...
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Mark Richt believes he had symptoms of Parkinson's during time at Georgia

Three weeks ago, former Georgia and Miami head coach and current ACC Analyst Mark Richt revealed that he has Parkinson’s disease. Speaking with ESPN this week, Richt opened up on his new challenges since the diagnosis, including focusing on his movement, like getting up and walking. Richt, who revealed that his father also has Parkinson's, believes the symptoms may have surfaced during his coaching career, possibly during his time at Georgia.
Miami, FL247Sports

Miami's next step in returning to prominence

The ACC Coastal typically has been Clemson's punching bag in the conference championship game, but it seems like the division should produce a quality finalist this season. Miami and North Carolina both return talented quarterbacks and overall rosters; 247Sports' experts had both the Hurricanes and Tar Heels in their preseason top 15 coming out of spring practice.
Miami, FLBillboard

Travis Scott Continues His Reign as Music's Ultimate Rager at Miami's 2021 Rolling Loud Festival

Day two of Rolling Loud belonged to music's ultimate rager Travis Scott, who conquered the Ciroc Stage in Miami Saturday night (July 24). The rain and lightning couldn't cease the rapper's hellacious performance, where he provided fans an hour's worth of excitement and theatrics. Beginning his set from a circular contraption mid-air, Scott and his daring antics fueled the 80,000 plus people in attendance.
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Miami Central OT Daughtry Richardson commits to Florida State over Miami Hurricanes

The Miami Hurricanes were Daughtry Richardson’s last official visit of his recruitment, but the trip wasn’t enough to land his commitment. Richardson committed to Florida State on Sunday afternoon, announcing his decision on Instagram. Richardson, a 6-foot-4, 285-pound offensive tackle out of Miami Central, chose the Seminoles over Miami and several other schools, including Arizona State, ...
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