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Fisherman Discovers Two-Headed Bull Shark Fetus in Florida

Fisherman Discovers Two-Headed Bull Shark Fetus in Florida

A fisherman in the Florida Keys discovered a live bull shark fetus with two heads, something that scientists had never seen before in that species. continue reading »

Brazilian Husband and Wife Receive Sentences in Florida for Immigrant Smuggling

Brazilian Husband and Wife Receive Sentences in Florida for Immigrant Smuggling

Brazilian nationals Juliana Rose Tome-Froes and her husband, Fabio Rodrigues Froes, were sentenced in Miami to 60 months and 46 months in prison, respectively, for smuggling undocumented migrants to the United States for profit, announced Acting Assistant Attorney General Mythili Raman of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney Wifredo A. Ferrer of the Southern District of Florida and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director John Morton. continue reading »

Puerto Rican Man Sues Staffing Agency After Penis Cut Off at Temp Job

Puerto Rican Man Sues Staffing Agency After Penis Cut Off at Temp Job

A Puerto Rican man who was working in Florida is suing the temp agency that hired him claiming they were aware of a number of safety issues before sending him to a work for the Florida company. continue reading »

In A Matter Of Minutes, Jeb Bush Flip-Flops On Immigration Reform

In A Matter Of Minutes, Jeb Bush Flip-Flops On Immigration Reform

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush went on a Sunday talk show offensive this week to try to clarify his position on immigration reform, but he only managed to create more confusion. Bush last week drew the ire of Republicans and Democrats continue reading »

“Making the Road to Citizenship” Caravan to End in Miami’s Calle 8 Festival

“Making the Road to Citizenship” Caravan to End in Miami’s Calle 8 Festival

The caravan that for the past 10 days has traveled around Florida calling for the approval of immigration reform arrives on Sunday in Miami, where its participants will join in celebrating the traditional Calle 8 Festival in Little Havana. continue reading »

Jeb Bush Says He is Still in Support of Immigration

Jeb Bush Says He is Still in Support of Immigration

Former Florida governor Jeb Bush is defending his stance on immigration reform after accusations that he is backing down on helping undocumented workers find a path to citizenship. continue reading »

Heat Nab 13th Straight With 98-91 Win Over Grizzlies

Heat Nab 13th Straight With 98-91 Win Over Grizzlies

The Miami Heat overcame an off night by LeBron James to pull out a 98-91 home victory over the Memphis Grizzlies and stretch their winning streak to 13 games. continue reading »

Florida Police Call Off Search for Man Swallowed by Sinkhole

Florida Police Call Off Search for Man Swallowed by Sinkhole

Florida officials abandoned their attempt to recover the body of a man who was swallowed by an enormous sinkhole that opened up late last week in the bedroom of his house, presumably killing him. continue reading »

Problem Hinders Dragon Capsule Arrival at International Space Station

Problem Hinders Dragon Capsule Arrival at International Space Station

The Dragon space capsule, which on Friday departed from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on a cargo run to the International Space Station, will have its arrival there delayed due to a problem with its thruster system. continue reading »

Palm Beach Schools Agree to Not Discriminate Against Undocumented Students & Those with Poor English

Palm Beach Schools Agree to Not Discriminate Against Undocumented Students & Those with Poor English

Palm Beach County's school district has agreed to change its practices to be more inclusive of undocumented immigrant children and children that have poor English speaking skills. continue reading »

Foreign Tourist Come in Record Numbers to FL as It Prepares for 500th Anniv. of Spanish Discovery

Foreign Tourist Come in Record Numbers to FL as It Prepares for 500th Anniv. of Spanish Discovery

Florida welcomed 89.3 million tourists in 2012, 2.3 percent more than the previous year and the second consecutive yearly record by the state known worldwide for its fabulous weather, beaches and amusements parks. continue reading »

WATCH:  Stephen Colbert’s Witty Take on Marco Rubio’s Thirst Problem (VIDEO)

WATCH:  Stephen Colbert’s Witty Take on Marco Rubio’s Thirst Problem (VIDEO)

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio was chosen to give the Republican response to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address, but while he was speaking, he seemed to suffer a bout of dry mouth. continue reading »

Lil Wayne Claims he Was Kicked Out of Heat Game for Rooting for Lakers

Lil Wayne Claims he Was Kicked Out of Heat Game for Rooting for Lakers

Rapper Lil Wayne claims he was kicked out of Sunday’s match-up between the Miami Heat and the Los Angeles Lakers for rooting for the Lakers. During the game, which was in Miami, Li continue reading »

Activists Urge Rubio to Support Path to Citizenship for Undocumented

Activists Urge Rubio to Support Path to Citizenship for Undocumented

Cuban-American Sen. Marco Rubio needs to endorse a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants when he offers the Republican response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union address, activists said Tuesday. continue reading »

Python Challenge: 50 Captured Out of 100,000 Living in Everglades

Python Challenge: 50 Captured Out of 100,000 Living in Everglades

At least 50 snakes were captured in Florida's Python Challenge, part of an effort to control an invasive species that has been ravaging native wildlife in the Everglades. continue reading »