Miami, FLPosted by
Toni Koraza

These Miami ZIP Codes are in Danger of Ending Up Underwater Because of Rising Sea Levels

Atlantis is a fun story but a grim reality. Nobody really wants to live underwater, except the marine life. Rising temperatures, extreme weather events, and rising global sea levels directly endanger Miami’s property development. Floods are ranking at the very top of environmental danger. Residents, especially young families, first-time homeowners, and investors, are reasonably worried about future development. Your assets and even your health are on the line. So, it pays to be informed.
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Miami, FLMiami New Times

Broward Salutatorian Flooded With Hate Messages After Speech on Middle East

Rachel Cheng delivers her salutatorian speech at the BB&T Center in Sunrise on June 8. Rachel Cheng, a 17-year-old senior at Western High School in Davie, didn't learn that she had moved up from fifth in her class to second until a few days before her graduation ceremony. She didn't feel compelled to write an ordinary salutatorian speech, and she procrastinated about writing it.
Broward County,

Full Rigor: Murder suspect escapes from the Broward County courthouse

Five years ago, a home invasion murder suspect, Dayonte Resiles, somehow unlocks his shackles and bolts out of the Broward County Courthouse where prosecutors were requesting the judge impose the death penalty. Find out how the maximum security suspect escaped and if former Broward Sheriff Scott Israel got his man on this week’s Full Rigor Podcast.
Pembroke Pines, FLWSVN-TV

BSO search for man who pushed woman at Pembroke Pines smoothie shop

PEMBROKE PINES, FLA. (WSVN) - The Broward Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying the man behind an alarming attack inside a smoothie shop in Pembroke Pines. Investigators said the subject, who was captured on surveillance video, got into an argument with another customer while inside the Smoothie...

Witness Foils Robbery and Attack in Tamarac

A Coral Springs man pummeled and attempted to rob a victim of $2 in Tamarac before a witness stepped in to help, court records show. The victim told police he was walking outside the CVS at 6900 N. University Drive on June 10 when Kervens Chery, 23, of Riverside Drive, asked him for money. The man explained he had none to give him, according to an arrest affidavit filed by the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
Miami, FLNBC Miami

Woman Gives Birth to Girl at Miami International Airport

It was a special delivery at Miami International Airport, but it didn't arrive by plane. A woman gave birth to a baby girl at the airport Sunday with the help of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue and Miami-Dade Police officers, officials said. The airport released a photo of the mother and child...
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HURRICANE CENTER: There’s Another Wave To Watch

With Claudette Over Carolinas, New Wave Forms Southeast of Florida. BY: STAFF REPORT | BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The first day of summer, 2021, brings another wave being watched by the National Hurricane Center. While the wave is no immediate threat to South Florida, it’s notable in […] The article HURRICANE CENTER: There’s Another Wave To Watch appeared first on
Dania Beach,

New Farmers Market Opens in Dania Beach

Products sold include fruits, vegetables, herbs, a selection of goat milk products, free-range eggs and more. The 6 ½ acre farm also offers fresh produce and goat’s milk during its Shabbat Pick Up from 2 to 6 p.m. every Thursday. In addition, a goat-milking demo occurs at 12:15 p.m. every Sunday, with petting opportunities available along with rotating Kosher food trucks.