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  • Huber Matos Benitez dies at 95; Cuban revolutionary broke with Castro

    Huber Matos Benitez dies at 95; Cuban revolutionary broke with Castro
    Huber Matos Benitez, whose disenchantment with the Cuban Revolution he had helped lead brought him the wrath of Fidel Castro and 20 years in prison, died Thursday in Miami after a heart attack. He was 95. His death was confirmed by his grandson, Huber...
  • As Miami opens spring practice, all eyes are on Ryan Williams

    As Miami opens spring practice, all eyes are on Ryan Williams
    CORAL GABLES — The Miami Hurricanes opened spring practice Saturday morning, and, in turn, began the Ryan Williams experiment. Williams, the 6-foot-6, state-championship-winning senior from Miramar, stands as the Hurricanes top quarterback this...
  • Ex-cop suing city of Miami for time it took to put on uniform

    Ex-cop suing city of Miami for time it took to put on uniform
    A former sergeant is suing the city of Miami for unpaid overtime wages for the time to put on his uniform, maintain his vehicle and maintain his weapon, the Miami Herald is reporting. Michael Weissberg, who retired in March after 8 years with the ...
  • Barbie is perfect for Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue

    The annual Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue is out -- along with the usual debates about objectifying women as sexual beings, modesty as a lost value and the undeniable fact that beauty is a random gift distributed by the fickle hand of an unfair God....
  • Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper faces new allegation in Miami, report says

    Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper faces new allegation in Miami, report says
    Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper pleaded not guilty Thursday to drugging and raping two women in Los Angeles as prosecutors said the allegations against him now include a case being investigated in Miami. Sharper, 38, was charged last week with seven rape and...
  • 5-month-old revived in Florida highway drama; baby critical but stable

    A 5-month-old baby was saved from suffocation on a Miami highway thanks to the quick thinking of a group of highway Good Samaritans. Traffic halted when a woman jumped out of her car calling for help for a baby boy who had turned blue. That’s...
  • Coral Spring High's Azad Hosein raises funds for Smile Train

      Coral Springs High senior Azad Hosein is working to put smiles on children's faces. He has raised close to $2,000 for cleft palate surgeries through Smile Train, an organization that specifically fights cleft. As a part of his Miami Herald...
  • History comes alive at free Everglades National Park celebration Saturday

    History comes alive at free Everglades National Park celebration Saturday
    Get free entry to Everglades National Park at the Homestead entrance to celebrate the fourth annual "Vintage Day." Turn-of-the-century South Florida history comes alive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. as costumed Gladesmen, gator and plume hunters, park wardens,...
  • Boycott Arizona

    Boycott Arizona. Somebody design the T-shirts. Somebody ready the bumper stickers. Boycott Arizona. Gov. Jan Brewer has not said at this writing whether she will veto a bill passed by the state legislature that would allow businesses to refuse...
  • More silliness from Kansas

    "Discrimination," he said, "is horrible. It's hurtful. It has no place in civilized society..." You would think that statement, delivered recently in the Kansas legislature, a noble sentiment no right-thinking person could argue with. But we are gathered...
  • State not budging on issue of backyard gun ranges

    State not budging on issue of backyard gun ranges
    Sunrise Mayor Mike Ryan wanted to know whether he and his fellow commissioners can ban backyard gun ranges in their city without running afoul of state law. The answer came this week in a two-page letter that refers to previous Attorney General opinions...
  • Al Golden reflects on emotional week for Miami program

    With the death of JoJo Nicolas and the undisclosed injury that sent Hunter Knighton to the hospital, it's been a tumultuous and emotional week for the Miami program.  Al Golden spoke to that Saturday after the Hurricanes ended their first practice of...