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The SoFlo Scoop: Naked Donald Trump statue in Wynwood; Water toxin suit dismissed; Zika debate continues in Miami Beach

Good morning South Florida! Today is Thursday, Sept. 15. Miami is expected to have a high of 87 and low of 79 with scattered thunderstorms likely in the morning, while Key West will see partly cloudy skies with a high of 87 and a low of 81. Fort Lauderdale will see scattered thunderstorms throughout the

2016-09-15T06:16:46+00:00 September 15th, 2016|Roundups|

The SoFlo Scoop: FIU explosion scare; Florida Supreme Court opening; Good news for South Florida job seekers

Good morning South Florida! Today is Wednesday, Sept. 14. Miami is expected to have a high of 87 and low of 80 on a mostly cloudy day, while Key West will see morning thunderstorms with a high of 86 and a low of 81. Fort Lauderdale will have a mostly cloudy day and a high

2016-09-13T19:18:19+00:00 September 14th, 2016|Roundups|

The SoFlo Scoop: Former Opa-locka city manager pleads guilty; Battery charges dropped against Alvarez; Wasserman-Schultz presses for Zika aide

Good morning South Florida! Today is Tuesday, September 13. Miami is expected to have a high of 85 and low of 80 with thunderstorms likely in the afternoon, while Key West will see cloudy skies in the morning with a high of 86 and a low of 80. Fort Lauderdale will have a mix of

2016-09-12T20:27:58+00:00 September 13th, 2016|Roundups|

The SoFlo Scoop: MIA bomb scare; Remembering 9/11; Dolphins players kneel with Kaepernick

Good afternoon South Florida! Today is Monday, Sept. 12. Miami is expected to have a high of 85 and low of 78 with thunderstorms likely in the morning, while Key West will see scattered afternoon thunderstorms with a high of 85 and a low of 80. Fort Lauderdale will see morning thunderstorms and a high of

2016-09-12T15:10:18+00:00 September 12th, 2016|Roundups|

Rivas Logan resumes campaigning after being ‘riled up’ over personal attacks

Democrat Ana Rivas Logan, a candidate for Florida state Senate, resumed her campaign shortly beforeTuesday's Election Day after she said personal attacks against her “riled her up.” The former Republican state representative has spent most of the past week talking to Democratic voters at precincts across Southwest Miami-Dade County, once again asking them to vote for her,

2016-11-07T08:22:39+00:00 September 1st, 2016|News, Pickups, Politics|

Miami-Dade voters explain their choices

South Florida News Service reporters, in partnership with the Miami Herald, spread out around Miami-Dade County on primary Election Day, asking voters to explain their choices. Here are a few reactions: [Posted 12:02 pm] Republican Charles Stuart voted at the Homestead Branch Library Tuesday morning. He said voting was a smooth process, noting there were

2017-01-25T16:08:25+00:00 August 30th, 2016|News, Pickups, Politics|

Florida Primary Coverage

Good morning! Today is Tuesday, Aug. 30. It is election day in Florida. Reporters from the South Florida News Service will be providing profiles of voters throughout the day both on SFNS.online and the Miami Herald, so check back frequently. Here's some basic election day news and information to get you started: Polls are open

2016-08-30T10:02:58+00:00 August 30th, 2016|News, Politics|

Miami couple thrives while running Spanish-language publishing house

When a young couple in Miami decided to create an independent publishing company, printing works exclusively in Spanish, almost everyone told them they were crazy. But in 2012, Dago Sasiga and Greity Gonzalez ignored that advice and started La Pereza Ediciones with just $400. They said it was the best decision of their lives. Today,

2016-10-01T13:48:11+00:00 July 7th, 2016|Arts & Culture, Business, Lifestyle, News, Pickups|

Former WNBA player seeks Dania Beach commission seat

Following a nine-year professional basketball career in the WNBA as well as in Israel and Europe, lifelong Dania Beach resident Tamara James is now taking a shot for a seat on the City Commission, squaring off against four other candidates for three open seats. Though she has not held elected office before, James, 32, is

2017-06-03T11:34:12+00:00 July 1st, 2016|News, Politics|

Passion flower sculptures about to bloom in Coral Gables

Two flower-like sculptures on Segovia Street, one more than 30-feet high, are scheduled to be unveiled this summer, the first public artwork commissioned by Coral Gables since the 1920s. The majority of the funding for the art installation, or $1 million, was provided by the city's Neighborhood Renaissance Program. Another $40,000 was given by the

2016-06-30T18:37:28+00:00 June 30th, 2016|Arts & Culture, Lifestyle, News, Politics|