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Sons of Canadian consul general in Miami at shooting scene
Authorities have arrested the 15-year-old son of the Canadian Consul General in Miami after they say he was involved in a marijuana deal that ended in gunfire and claimed the life of his older brother and another man. Police believe Marc Wabafiyebazu and his 17-year-old brother Jean Wabafiyebazu — both armed with guns — were at a home in the Coral Way area. In the gunfire, Jean was shot and killed inside the home. One of the suspected drug dealers, Joshua Wright, was also killed. A third man, Anthony Rodriguez, was wounded and drove off. He was later found at a nearby gas station. The teens are the sons of Roxanne Dubé, who only recently assumed the role of consul general in Miami.
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Woman dressed as Statue of Liberty greets immigrants
Cathy Sheeren, dressed as the Statue of Liberty, welcomed 100 immigrants from 25 countries who became U.S. citizens March 25, 2015 morning under the blazing sun at Eighth Street and Ocean Drive, in Miami Beach. It was one of the many events staged as part of Miami Beach's centennial celebration.
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"New Americans Campaign" helps immigrants apply for citizenship
For the first time, several organizations unite to help residents use computers to fill in applications for citizenship.
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Road Ranger injured on State Road 112, 2004
Road Ranger Miguel Fonseca, 29, was struck by a car on a shoulder of State Road 112 while aiding a driver. Fonseca was listed in critical but stable condition at Ryder Trauma Center. The incident happened the day of the second anniversary of Florida's Move Over Law.
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Miami Beach firefighters train to battle shipboard fires, 2014
Some 18 land-based firefighters from Miami Beach Fire Rescue trained to battle shipboard fires at the Resolve Marine Academy in Fort Lauderdale October 23, 2014.
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1997: A woman drowns when car sinks in lake
1997: Woman dies after car car sinks in lake. Joel Hall had just dropped off her 2-year-old son at a day-care center and was on her way to work -- not speeding, other drivers told police -- when she lost control of her car.
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2002: Afghan prisoners arrive at Guantanamo
Manacled and masked, the first 20 Taliban and al Qaeda prisoners arrived at the U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Jan. 11, 2002.
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March 28, 2013 front pages
Front pages of The Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald for Thursday, March 28, 2013.
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Bigger, better Coast Guard Cutter on duty
The Bernard Webber is bigger, smarter and newer than the Coast Guard cutters we're used to seeing in South Florida waters.
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Pilot avoids disaster in forced landing on Turnpike
A single-engine plane hit no cars and there were no major injuries once it came to a halt. But the crash Oct. 12, 2011 tangled rush-hour traffic on Florida's Turnpike and expressways that feed into it.