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    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – “Reefa” is a touching, real-life story that follows 18-year-old Colombian immigrant and artist Israel “Reefa” Hernandez during his last summer in Miami. The street artist was tragically killed by Miami Beach police in 2013 when he painted on a soon-to-be demolished building. READ MORE: Miami Dolphins Likely To Take Offensive Weapon In Upcoming NFL Draft The infamous story left the local community outraged. Miami-based writer and director Jessica Kavana Dornbusch was set to premiere the film at last year’s Miami Film Festival, but it was canceled due to COVID-19 shutdowns. It has just been released in theaters, digital platforms and streaming services. “I wanted to focus on Israel’s life in the last couple of weeks before he passed away. He had just gotten an art scholarship. He was about to go to New York. He had found love for the first time. He was spending time painting...
    RAPPER Baby Blue is in critical condition and fighting for his life after getting shot in Miami, according to reports. The artist's team told Hollywood Unlocked that the rapper was allegedly attacked by two armed robbers at the Sparez Bowling Alley on Wednesday. 1Rapper Baby Blue is in critical conditionCredit: Instagram/babybluewhoaaaa Blue's team wrote that he was shot and left in a "critical condition" and is "fighting for his life" after being rushed to a hospital. The outlet also posted graphic footage that they claimed to be of the artist, showing a may lying on the floor with a bloody arm. Blue was attending a release party for his new song "Jerry Rice," according to his team. Most read in NewsLive BlogKILLER COPChauvin on suicide watch in max security jail after George Floyd murder verdictJUSTICE IN JEOPARDYChauvin's guilty verdict could be thrown out because of Biden & Waters'SAY HER NAME'Teen's...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Some early morning excitement at Miami International Airport after a man ran out onto the tarmac. According to police, a man dressed in a hospital gown jumped the Perimeter Road fence and ran onto a runway. He was quickly taken into custody. Police said there were no impacts on flights due to the incident.
    NOTE: This story was originally published on April 16th, 2021. Miami (CBSMiami) — The situation over what happens next at Matheson Hammock Park West gate got heated this week. READ MORE: South Dade NAACP President Dwight Bullard Says Derek Chauvin Being Found Guilty ‘A Glimmer Of Hope’ But Fight Isn’t Over Miami-Dade County commissioners discussed plans that could change how people access the nature preserve and if and how their dogs would be allowed. “We have to do whatever it takes to preserve and restore those properties and this is the first step to that,” said Miami-Dade Commissioner Raquel Regalado. She is referring to her resolution that unanimously passed committee, which allows the Department of Environmental Resource Management to have a say in what happens on environmentally protected land, that includes the Matheson Hammock Park, a popular location for pet owners. “This is not a dog park it’s an environmentally...
    DeVonta Smith may have to wait to be taken in the 2021 NFL Draft because of his weight. Even at 170 pounds soaking wet, Alabama Crimson Tide wide receiver, DeVonta Smith proved that size doesn’t matter when it comes to being a Heisman Trophy-winning national champion. Smith did everything for the 2021 Crimson Tide, helping them win their sixth national title of the Nick Saban era. He gave one of the most memorable Heisman speeches, targeted at any undersized kid in America who keeps being told “no” to just go get it. While he will be a first-round pick this spring, will his “weight problem” manifest into a wait problem in the 2021 NFL Draft?DeVonta Smith will drop some in the 2021 NFL Draft, but not significantlyThere were times when Smith projected as the No. 3 player off the board in the draft. That was when the Miami Dolphins were...
    More On: beyoncé Beyoncé stuns in back-to-back mesh outfits in Miami Best star snaps of the week: Babes and their babies Beyoncé storage units robbed of $1 million in luxury goods Beyoncé sends Taylor Swift flowers to celebrate Grammys 2021 win Beyoncé and Jay- Z took Miami over the weekend and one of their first stops was opening night of Omar Hernandez’s private supper club “Nights at the Saxony” at the Faena Hotel. It’ll be a weekly private event at the hotel’s Saxony Bar. Spies at the bash told us the couple was “very well-escorted” and appeared “relaxed and chill,” hanging in Hernandez’s private cove. “Beyoncé had a blast on the dance floor,” one source said. Hotelier Alan Faena, Naeem Khan, Colin Cowie, a pregnant Karolina Kurkova and her husband Archie Drury were also on the scene. Meanwhile, party guy Cuba Gooding Jr. showed up with...
    Getty Miami Heat star Bam Adebayo (R) delivers a strong message to the media following teammate Jimmy Butler's brutally honest assessment of the team. After Miami broke their losing streak with a win against the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday, Bam Adebayo, who scored an amazing buzzer-beater to put the Heat on top 109-107, addressed the controversial comments Jimmy Butler said about him and the team to the media a few days earlier. Butler 31, was overcome with frustration with both himself and his teammates following the Heat’s loss 119-111 to Minnesota, the team with the worst record in the NBA. “We don’t deserve to win,” Butler said. “Whenever we take these teams lightly, we don’t do what we’re supposed to do on the defensive end, we just look bad, as a whole, as a group, as a unit. It’s not good basketball.” The latest Heat news straight...
    Jared Kushner — who helped run Operation Warp Speed to develop accelerated COVID-19 vaccines — just got his jab by registering on a Florida state website and waiting on line at a CVS pharmacy. A source said Kushner got the Pfizer vaccine this past week at a local pharmacy while in Miami Beach with his family. His wife, Ivanka Trump, got the same vaccine a few days before at a different CVS, posting pictures on Instagram. “They both signed up on a Florida state website and got the vaccines when they became available,” the source said. Still, there is some irony that that guy who ran Operation Warp Speed got his vaccine by registering on a state website and waiting on line at CVS. Warp Speed was set up in the spring of 2020 to focus on rapid vaccine development by Kushner, then-White House senior adviser, and...
    Jared Kushner — who helped run Operation Warp Speed to develop accelerated COVID-19 vaccines — just got his jab by registering on a Florida state website and waiting on line at a CVS pharmacy. A source said Kushner got the Pfizer vaccine this past week at a local pharmacy while in Miami Beach with his family. His wife, Ivanka Trump, got the same vaccine a few days before at a different CVS, posting pictures on Instagram. “They both signed up on a Florida state website and got the vaccines when they became available.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ivanka Trump (@ivankatrump) Still, there is some irony that that guy who ran Operation Warp Speed got his vaccine by registering on a state website and waiting on line at CVS. Warp Speed was set up in the spring of 2020 to focus on rapid vaccine development...
    The Nets lost Kevin Durant on Sunday in Miami. Then they lost a heartbreaker. The Nets blew a seven-point lead in the waning minutes of the game, and got beat by a Bam Adebayo pull-up shot that rattled around and in. It was a 109-107 loss at AmericanAirlines Arena on a day they’ll rue for some time. Landry Shamet had a season-high 30 points and Kyrie Irving added 20 for the Nets (38-19), who lost Durant after just four minutes to a left leg injury. After Jimmy Butler — who sat out the game — had called his Heat team soft, Miami proved just a bit tougher on this day. The Nets had led 99-92 with under seven minutes left, but surrendered a 17-8 run, capped by Adebayo’s game-winning shot. The Heat big man worked on Jeff Green and hit a turnaround at the buzzer. The Nets gave up the...
    KIM Kardashian gave David Beckham a sweet kiss as the pair partied in Miami with his wife Victoria Beckham and celebrated the Spice Girl’s 47th birthday.  The newly single reality star showed off her famous curves as she mingled at the posh event which commemorated the season opener of David’s soccer club, Inter Miami CF.  ???? Read our Khloe Kardashian live blog for the latest updates 7Kim Kardashian shared a brief kiss with David Beckham as they greeted each other in MiamiCredit: Mega 7The pair attended the star-studded bash to celebrate the soccer star's new teamCredit: Mega 7They were joined by hotel owner and singer, Pharrell WilliamsCredit: Victoria Beckham/Instagram Kim, 40, wore an olive skintight Christian Dior fall 2000 wrap minidress and laced stiletto gladiator sandals. The SKIMS founder pushed her cleavage together for a sexier look as she rocked her signature smokey eye with nude lip.  As she walked into...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Farm Share teamed up with the Miami Springs Lions Club on Friday morning to organize a food drive. Hundreds of cars lined up to receive the much-needed provisions. Since the start of the pandemic last March, Farm Share has distributed more than 100 million pounds of food throughout the state.
    FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) — Broward Health caregivers received a star-studded surprise on Friday when Inter Miami CF co-owner David Beckham unexpectedly stopped by the COVID-19 vaccination site located at DRV PNK stadium. Beckham just popped in for a quick visit to give his thanks for all of their hard work and dedication. READ MORE: 1 In Critical Condition Following Alapattah Stabbing “I want to personally say thank you for everything that you do because what you’ve done over the last few months have been incredible and for you to be doing it here in our facility means even more,” said Beckham. READ MORE: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Doesnt Believe Unemployment Benefit Increase Is Needed He also thanked them for vaccinating the team. “We really appreciate everything that you’ve done, every single day for hours and hours and hours. Honestly, it’s incredible what you guys do and thank you for looking...
    San Francisco Giants (8-4) vs. Miami Marlins (5-7) Miami; Friday, 7:10 p.m. EDT PITCHING PROBABLES: Giants: TBD Marlins: Dan Castano (0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0.00 WHIP, 0 strikeouts) FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Marlins +125, Giants -143; over/under is 8 1/2 runs BOTTOM LINE: The Miami Marlins host the San Francisco Giants on Friday. The Marlins went 11-15 on their home field in 2020. Miami pitchers struck out 7.5 hitters per game last year with a staff ERA of 4.86. The Giants went 10-17 away from home in 2020. San Francisco pitchers struck out 8.1 hitters per game last year with a staff ERA of 4.56. The teams meet for the first time this season. INJURIES: Marlins: Elieser Hernandez: (biceps), Jorge Guzman: (elbow), Jeff Brigham: (undisclosed), Jesus Sanchez: (groin). Giants: Alex Wood: (back), Dedniel Nunez: (elbow), Reyes Moronta: (right flexor), Johnny Cueto: (lat), John Brebbia: (elbow), Tyler Beede: (elbow), LaMonte Wade Jr.:...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It’s getting easier to get a COVID vaccine in Broward County. No appointment is needed now at most of the drive-thru sites. Markham Park was busy Thursday as people took advantage of the change to get their Pfizer shot. READ MORE: Florida Senate Signs Off On Controversial Protest Bill Juan Ventura and Yolanda Alvarez were among those who visited the site. “We were kind of nervous but excited,” said Ventura. Over at Hard Rock Stadium, vaccines are being administered without appointments. Folks CBS4 spoke with said they will still follow CDC guidelines when they get their second Pfizer shot. READ MORE: Miami-Dade PD Investigating Officer-Involved Shooting In Hialeah Gardens “We need to be responsible about this, not because of us but others,” one person said. Also on Thursday, college students got their vaccine under Jackson Health’s expanding vaccine program. COVID has transformed college life. Many South Florida...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Major League Soccer’s 26th season kicks off this weekend and one of the games includes Inter Miami CF hosting the LA Galaxy, a match up 13 months in the making. Inter Miami’s home opener will take place at the newly named DRV PNK Stadium in front of a limited capacity of fans this Sunday, April 18 at 3 p.m. READ MORE: We Cant Take This Anymore: 7-Year-Old Florida Boy Shot, Killed While Sleeping The last game against the LA Galaxy was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This time, Phil Neville is at the helm for the first time in a competitive match since being named the team’s head coach in January. The match, which is sold out, will be just the third in which Inter Miami fans will be permitted to attend at home. The Club has won the previous two games, defeating Orlando City 2-1...
    Ivanka Trump received her first dose of the Pfizer vaccine on Wednesday, celebrating her vaccination with pictures posted to her social media accounts. The former first daughter was vaccinated in Miami, Florida, where she’s living with her husband Jared Kushner and their three children. She will get her second shot in a few weeks. She is the first member of the former first family to post about her vaccination and did so amid rising concern about vaccine hesitancy. Safety first: Ivanka Trump, 39, received her first dose of the Pfizer vaccine at a CVS in Miami, Florida, on Wednesday Celebrating: The former first daughter shared two photos of herself getting the shot on Instagram and Twitter after three months of social media silence 'Today, I got the shot!!!' In her caption, she encouraged others to get the COVID-19 vaccine  A source close to Ivanka told DailyMail.com that she has...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – An overnight shooting in Miami Gardens landed one person in the hospital. It happened around 2 a.m. at, or near, a Marathon gas station at NW 199th Street and 2nd Avenue. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue said one person was taken to a nearby trauma center. Investigators are now trying to determine what led to the shooting.
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – She showed up for a party a year ago and never left. That’s what a source familiar with the investigation and the building told CBS4’s Brooke Shafer about 40-year-old Stephanie Voikin, the woman shot and killed by police during an eviction in Brickell on April 6th. READ MORE: Passing Asteroid Lights Up South Florida Sky Voikin, who had been living on the top floor of the Brickell First apartments building at 110 SW 12 Street for a year, reportedly shot at police officers with Miami-Dade’s eviction task force when they breached the front door. At least one officer returned fire, striking Voikin. “She fired the firearm and it hit our shield. Thanks to the grace of God, none of our officers were injured,” said Miami-Dade Police Director Freddy Ramirez. Voikin was rushed to the Ryder Trauma Center where she died. Our source said Voikin attended a party at...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Three people were hospitalized on Tuesday after being rescued from a large fish tank at a Homestead business. It happened Tuesday at 22275 SW 272nd Street. A check of the address came back to Atlantic Sapphire, a sustainable salmon farm that uses a recirculating aquaculture system. READ MORE: CDC Investigating Ground Turkey Products After Salmonella Cases Surface “They were in there in one of these tanks used to raise fish for routine maintenance and there was some type of fume released and they were overcome by it,” said Miami-Dade Fire Chief Jason Richard. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue said other workers were able to pull them out. READ MORE: World-Famous Artist Pharrell Williams Teams Up Nightlife King Dave Grutman To Bring Goodtime Hotel To Miami Beach They attributed their injuries to fumes inside the tank. They were taken to a local hospital in serious condition. MORE NEWS: New Tech...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Inter Miami CF will kick off its second MLS season with a matchup 13 months in the making against the LA Galaxy. The team will host its first match of the 2021 MLS season at the newly named DRV PNK Stadium in front of a limited capacity of fans this Sunday, April 18 at 3 p.m. READ MORE: Police: Search On For Man Caught On Camera Burglarizing Vehicle In Pembroke Pines The last game against the LA Galaxy was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This time, Phil Neville is at the helm for the first time in a competitive match since being named the team’s head coach in January. The match, which is sold out, will be just the third in which Inter Miami fans will be permitted to attend at home. The Club has won the previous two games, defeating Orlando City 2-1 on Oct....
    Thousands of people have been left stranded in Miami after severe thunderstorms that struck Florida yesterday resulted in more than 100 flights being canceled. Furious passengers complained of being stuck at Miami International Airport on Sunday for up to 10 hours as they desperately tried to rebook flights out of Florida. Some say the mass cancellations means they can't get a new flight out of Miami until at least Wednesday or Thursday. Others who tried to find alternative transport instead say they lined up for hours to try and rent a car - only to find they had all been booked up. American Airlines, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest and United were among the airlines that canceled flights to and from Miami as a result of the severe thunderstorms that struck Central and South Florida.  Furious passengers complained of being stuck at Miami International Airport on Sunday for up to...
    Stormy weather caused a flurry of delays at Florida airports on Sunday, leaving thousands of passengers stranded. Airports in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando have seen hours of delays due to damaging winds and severe storm threats including tornadoes and hail across South Florida, according to the Storm Prediction Center. As of Monday morning, more than 7,000 people were left without power, according to poweroutage.us. Airports in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando have seen hours of delays due to damaging winds and severe storm threats Sunday. (iStock). "An instance or two of marginally severe hail may accompany the stronger storms across the Florida Peninsula over the next few hours," the Storm Prediction Center forecasted late Sunday. NATIONAL WEATHER FORECAST: AREA OF LOW PRESSURE TO BRING WINTRY WEATHER ACROSS NORTHERN TIER OF THE US   As many as 142 flights were canceled, and 70 were delayed on Sunday as a result of severe storms, a...
    BACHELOR Matt James partied it up at WrestleMania 37 just a couple days after ex Rachael Kirkconnell left his NYC apartment “heartbroken” as she feels he “played her.” The reality star flew from New York down to Tampa Bay, Florida to join this weekend’s wrestling festivities and appeared to be in great spirits despite his recent relationship drama.  ???? Follow all the latest news and stories on The Bachelor The sports fan shared a series of videos were he looked thrilled, to say the least, walking into Raymond James Stadium - home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  11Matt James partied at Wrestlemania after his split with RachaelCredit: Instagram 11The Bachelor appeared to be in good spirits despite his romance dramaCredit: Instagram He looked like a kid in a candy store as he entered the massive venue - without wearing a mask - as he laughed and spun all around the...
    A guard at a Miami, Florida, juvenile detention facility is accused of having sex with a 15-year-old inmate. Javontate Richardson, 30, worked as a security guard for the Miami Girls Academy detention center when he allegedly engaged in sexual activity with a 15-year-old inmate. Richardson was arrested and charged with two felonies, one count of sexual battery of a minor by an adult, and one count of sexual misconduct with an inmate, NBC Miami reported. Police said the teen told her youth care specialist Monday that she had sex with Richardson. Management at the detention center reviewed security footage and spotted the alleged incident in the surveillance video. Once Richardson showed up to work Thursday, Miami-Dade Schools Police arrested him. He was also terminated from his position at TrueCore Behavioral Solutions, the contractor who operates the Miami Girls Academy, the same day he was arrested, the Miami Herald reported. The Florida...
    Ivanka Trump has been keeping a low profile as of late, but she made one girl's day when she posed for a picture with her at Disney World this week.  The 39-year-old can be seen with a young fan named Ella in the photo that has been making the rounds on the former First Daughter's fan accounts. It was originally posted by Instagram user @stevend803, who is presumably the girl's father.    'Regardless of your political affiliation, a special day for Ella. Got to meet @ivankatrump! So cool!' he wrote.  Strike a pose: Ivanka Trump, 39, took a photo with a young fan named Ella at Disney World this week. The former First Daughter donned a shirt dress and white sneakers Going viral: The image was originally posted by Instagram user @stevend803, who is presumably the girl's father, and later shared on Ivanka's fan accounts Ivanka beat the Florida heat in...
    Police arrested a guard at a Miami girls detention center for allegedly engaging in sexual activity with a 15-year-old inmate.  Javontate Richardson, 30, was arrested after a 15-year-old inmate told her youth care specialist at the Miami Girls Academy Detention Center that she engaged in sexual activity with Richardson, who worked as a guard at the facility, according to the Miami Herald.  The alleged incident occurred on April 5. According to Miami-Dade police, after the girl notified the specialist, management at the detention center reviewed surveillance camera footage based on information the teen provided.  Javontate Richardson, 30, was arrested for allegedly engaging in sexual activity with a 15-year-old at a Miami girls detention center Police say security footage 'confirmed that (the) incident occurred.'        According to the Miami Herald, Richardson was an employee of TrueCore Behavioral Solutions, the contractor who operates the Miami Girls Academy. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – One year into the pandemic, many in South Florida are still struggling to make ends meet due to a depressed job market. But things may be starting to look up. READ MORE: Ft. Lauderdale Police Horse Hangs Up His Saddle After 10 Years On The Job A job fair was held Friday at Miami Dade College Kendall campus, where more than 40 local companies were represented and were looking to hire. READ MORE: He Was A Friend To Everyone, Family Seeks Answers In Deadly Hit-And-Run Of Loved One Near Wilton Manors Congresswoman Maria Elvira Salazar organized the prosperity job fair. MORE NEWS: NOAA Increases Hurricane Season Average To Reflect More Storms Salazar promised that this is the first of many job fairs that she will be organizing in her district.
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) –  The Johnson & Johnson one dose COVID-19 vaccine is proving to be very popular at the FEMA-supported vaccination site at Miami Dade College North Campus. On Wednesday, as of 3:30 p.m., the FEMA sites had administered 4,008 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and 2,716 doses of the Pfizer vaccine. READ MORE: Help Is On The Way: Gov. Ron DeSantis Files Lawsuit Against Feds, CDC To Reopen Cruise Ship Industry On Tuesday, the site switched to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine only for those seeking their first dose and continued to administer the Pfizer vaccine to those who showed up for their second shot. This morning, the Miami-Dade College North Campus site had a line of cars stretching onto NW 27th Avenue and hundreds of people waited in line for shots. Since the age dropped to 18 and up, demand has been high.  “I showed up...
    TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – Senate President Wilton Simpson made clear Wednesday he supports banning COVID-19 “passports” that would prove people have been vaccinated, despite calls from the cruise industry to allow their use after ships have been docked for more than a year because of the pandemic. “It would be completely ridiculous,” Simpson, R-Trilby, told reporters when asked about the passports, which have become a hot-button political issue for Republicans. “What’s next? If we have a vaccine passport, what all vaccines are we going to require on that passport? And so we have certain freedoms in this country that shouldn’t be breached, and I think that’s one of them.” READ MORE: Miami PD Needs Help Finding 68-Year-Old Hugo Abreu-Cisnero Cruise lines have been trying to begin operating again after high-profile outbreaks aboard ships early in the pandemic. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended Monday that all staff members...
    Yadier Molina did what he does best, as he came up huge for the St. Louis Cardinals with a go-ahead two-run homer against Miami.  Just when the St. Louis Cardinals needed someone to deliver for them, of course legendary catcher Yadier Molina was ready to come up big for the club. In a showdown with the Miami Marlins, things were tied at 0-0 in the top of the seventh. Well, Molina decided to change things in a big way. With a runner on first, Molina got a pitch right down the middle and he reminded the Marlins that he’s still got plenty left in the tank with a towering home run. That future hall of famer Yadier Molina to you! pic.twitter.com/qtMuQpdocf — Cards Nation (@CardsNation13) April 7, 2021 Yadier Molina’s two-run homer has given the Cardinals the lead over MiamiAs soon as Molina made contact with the ball, Marlins starting...
    Men at San Quentin Prison participated in a letter exchange with incarcerated 14 to 18-year-olds at Miami Youth Academy. The exchange, which was facilitated by the Prison Journalism Project and Florida-based prison education group Exchange for Change, has had a profound effect for both parties. Retired journalist Henry Unger and Yukari Iwatani Kane, the co-founder of the Prison Journalism Project, spoke with CBSN Bay Area’s Michelle Griego about setting up the exchange.
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Hey football fans, mark your calendars for Thursday April 29. That’s the night the Miami Dolphins draft party will be back on for day one of the NFL draft. There was no such event last year due to the pandemic. Instead, in 2020, the NFL draft as virtual and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was in his den. READ MORE: New Research Reveals Psychological Imapct Of COVID When the Dolphins took quarterback Tua Tagovailoa with their fifth overall pick, he was relaxing in his living room. In this still image from video provided by the NFL, Tua Tagovailoa shows off the lining of his jacket during the NFL football draft Thursday, April 23, 2020, in Alabaster, Ala. (NFL via AP) But now, like two years ago, the NFL draft is going back live. Up to five thousand dol-fans will be allowed into Hard Rock Stadium for the team’s...
    Getty Memphis Grizzlies forward Dillon Brooks has been thriving since the Andre Iguodala trade last year. Andre Iguodala helped the Miami Heat advance to the NBA Finals last year in the bubble. Dillon Brooks scored 23 points on Tuesday night in the third quarter of a rather meaningless regular-season game. Potato, potahto. Tomato, tomahto. Brooks scored 28 points in 31 minutes and went a sizzling 5-of-9 from deep. It was almost as decadent as the steak dinner the 25-year-old enjoyed at Nusr-Et Steakhouse in Miami. Brooks shelled out $1,000 for a bone-in wagyu ribeye encrusted in 24-karat gold leaf, per Commercial Appeal. Then he put the hometown team, specifically Iguodala, on notice during a 124-112 win. Did Dillon Brooks finally show Andre Iguodala what Memphis is about? Dillon: “You could say that. He knows we have talented guys.” pic.twitter.com/TRlbfco6M5 — Drew Hill (@DrewHill_DM) April 7, 2021 After...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Johnson and Johnson one dose COVID-19 vaccine is proving to be very popular at the FEMA-supported vaccination site at Miami Dade College North Campus. On Wednesday, as of 10:30 a.m., the site had administered 1,188 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and 589 doses of the Pfizer vaccine. READ MORE: Watch The Derek Chauvin Trial Live On Tuesday, the site switched to the Johnson and Johnson vaccine only for those seeking their first dose and continued to administer the Pfizer vaccine to those who showed up for their second shot. “It will help streamline it and basically it gives us double the capacity because we are not accommodating second dose shots. We are able to do first dose shots, a one-time visit, and it helps cut down on the traffic and helps get more shots out there,” said Mike Jachles, a spokesperson with...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A woman died after a shootout with Miami-Dade police after they went to a Brickell apartment building to serve an eviction notice. The woman, who had been living on the top floor of the Brickell First apartments building at 110 SW 12 Street, reportedly shot at the police officers when they breached the front door. At least one officer returned fire, striking the woman. READ MORE: Florida Protest Bill Ready For Senate Spotlight “She fired the firearm and it hit our shield. Thanks to the grace of God, none of our officers were injured,” said Miami-Dade Police Director Freddy Ramirez. The woman was rushed to the Ryder Trauma Center where she died. Police have not released her name. An associate very close to the building’s owner told CBS4 that the woman had been squatting there and had no rights to be in the apartment because...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A woman died after a shootout with Miami-Dade police after they went to a Brickell apartment building to serve an eviction notice. The woman, who had been living on the top floor of the Brickell First apartments building at 110 SW 12 Street, reportedly shot at the police officers when they breached the front door. At least one officer returned fire, striking the woman. READ MORE: Florida Protest Bill Ready For Senate Spotlight “She fired the firearm and it hit our shield. Thanks to the grace of God, none of our officers were injured,” said Miami-Dade Police Director Freddy Ramirez. The woman was rushed to the Ryder Trauma Center where she died. Police have not released her name. An associate very close to the building’s owner told CBS4 that the woman had been squatting there and had no rights to be in the apartment because...
    Congressman Matt Gaetz made it clear in an op-ed Monday he is “absolutely not resigning.” The Florida Republican, the subject of a Justice Department investigation, said in his op-ed, “I have never, ever paid for sex. And second, I, as an adult man, have not slept with a 17-year-old.” Gaetz has alleged his family was was the target of an extortion scheme. On Monday night, one of the individuals Gaetz accused was questioned on CNN by Chris Cuomo about his communications with the Gaetz family. The congressman has received support from some allies over the past few days, and on Tuesday, it was announced that he will be speaking this week at an event hosted by Women for America First. Women for America First is hosting a “Save America Summit” at Trump National Doral, the former president’s Miami resort, this weekend The announcement says, “Congressman Matt Gaetz has been...
    How does the Sam Darnold trade affect the New York Giants at 11? By: Alexander Wilson April 6, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Giants currently sit with the 11th overall pick in the 2021 NFL draft, but it seems as if every team is moving around them. The new draft order is far different than it looked about a month ago, with the San Francisco 49ers trading with the Miami Dolphins all the way to the third selection. Miami jumped back to the 12th spot and then traded with the Philadelphia Eagles back up to the sixth selection. The Giants have essentially been watching everything unfold beneath them, but how does the current outlook of the draft impact their potential selection in less than a month? Current draft order leading up to the New York Giants: 1. Jacksonville Jaguars 2. New York Jets 3. San...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami Police Department has taken an 80-year-old US Army veteran into custody after he barricaded himself inside a Miami home for hours on Monday. It all began in the afternoon, police said, when they received a call of a man with a gun at a home along 49 Street and 5 Avenue. READ MORE: Toxic Waste Water Pond Near Tampa Bay May Have Second Breach Police said the suspect displayed a firearm to a caretaker, who happens to own the property. Investigators said they believed the man was having a mental crisis. READ MORE: Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Will Lift Countywide Curfew On Monday April 12 Negotiators were called out to the scene to help resolve the situation peacefully. “As the investigators investigated the incident, it quickly turned into a barricaded suspect situation. Male, 80-year-old, who’s obviously in some type of psychological crisis here,” said...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – An investigation is underway after police say four people jumped the fence of a multimillion-dollar home in Miami Beach in an attempt to steal some very pricey cars. This happened at a home off Pine Tree Drive. READ MORE: Miami International Airport Expects 98,000 Passengers To Pass Through On Easter Sunday A security guard spotted the thieves late Saturday night and fired his gun, hitting one of them. When police arrived, they found the wounded man barricaded inside one of the cars. READ MORE: Miami PD Continues Search For Missing California Tourist Angela Morrisey After several hours, officers were able to take that suspect into custody. He was then taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital, where he is listed in critical but stable condition. The other three thieves fled the scene in a white Porsche and a green Lamborghini. MORE NEWS: Transit Fares & Parking Fees In Miami-Dade...
    New York Giants: Joe Judge at Miami Pro Day where Gregory Rousseau worked out By: Cay North April 2, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Giants brought back Leonard Williams this offseason, but that doesn’t rule out their interest in Gregory Rousseau completely. Rousseau has been one of the first players linked to the Giants with the 11th pick because of his status as one of the top pass rushers in this draft, and head coach Joe Judge was one of the NFL personnel in attendance at Rousseau’s pro day in Miami. Coaches and GMs expected @CanesFootball Pro Day today…. Bill Belichick (loves going to Miami)Joe JudgeBrian Flores Jon RobinsonSteve Keim Rick Spielman — Andrew Groover (@APGroover) March 29, 2021 While there were multiple University of Miami football players on display during that pro day, we can probably assume that Rousseau is...
    Victor Oladipo got swept out of the first round of the playoffs last season by Miami, and when that series concluded he had no doubt the Heat would end up in the NBA Finals. He was right. And now, he’s got a chance to help them make this season’s playoff push. Oladipo has been an offseason Miami resident, and now, he’s finally an in-season one as well. He started in his Heat debut Thursday night, helping Miami get over the .500 mark with a 116-109 win over the Golden State Warriors. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "He’s a veteran guy, he’s played in good programs on good teams, so he knows how to fit in," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. "I think defensively, it’s extremely natural, the fit. And offensively, he gives us that downhill attack, another guy that can make plays, another guy that can put...
    Miami : April 1, 2021April 1, 2021 0 Cardinal Baltazar Porras reported this Thursday that the beatification of Dr. José Gregorio Hernández will no longer be held at the UCV university stadium due to the increase in Covid cases in the country. Porras stressed that the beatification of the Servant of God will take place in the open spaces of Colegio La Salle La Colina, Caracas. The place has a maximum capacity of 2 thousand people but such amount is ruled out. “It is planned to be the smallest number of people,” confirmed the priest to Ortega. The date of the religious act is kept for April 30, since it was the schedule authorized by the Vatican and therefore “cannot be postponed.” 0
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – As the coronavirus continues to linger Miami International Airport is packed on a Thursday afternoon. “I’m heading to Spain,” said Francisco Fernando, Miami. READ MORE: Behind On Rent? In Danger Of Being Evicted? Here’s What You Need To Know While some are leaving sunny South Florida for the holiday weekend, many packed their luggage to head out to South Beach for their spring break. The CDC has warned against travel as Miami Beach officials have imposed a curfew on the beach due to the unruly crowds of March. But Kelly Price, from Utah, says it does not scare her. “I am not scared, I use my hand sanitizer and my mask.” Alissa Manos just arrived from New York, “It’s my boyfriend’s spring break, so I am tagging along.” READ MORE: COVID In Florida: 6,790 New Cases, 71 Additional Deaths Reported...
    Miami : A paramedic who testified Thursday in the trial against former police officer Derek Chauvin, accused of killing George Floyd, stated that the 46-year-old black man had already “passed away” when he arrived at the place of his arrest. The process in Minneapolis is watched with expectation in the United States, where many networks broadcast live segments with the testimonies, after the death of the African-American Floyd unleashed a wave of protests against racism not seen in decades. Floyd died after Chauvin immobilized him for several minutes by placing his knee on his neck. The former police officer, who has pleaded not guilty, faces up to 40 years in prison if convicted of the most serious charge, second-degree murder. “When I arrived, he had already passed away and I took him to the hospital, but he remained in cardiac arrest,” said paramedic Derek Smith on the fourth day...
    More On: oklahoma Pastor’s wife and lover charged with plotting husband’s murder Corrections officer taken hostage in scary prison standoff Inmate fatally shot after officer taken hostage in Oklahoma jail: reports Chip and chase: Frito-Lay truck stolen, pursued by police In Miami, Oklahoma, restaurants and their customers are doing their part to ease pandemic heartache, one meal at a time. Cafes in and around the close-knit town in the state’s northeastern corner have put up “receipt walls,” allowing diners to pre-pay for meals and the needy to grab what they like, have a seat and refuel — judgment-free, no questions asked. The idea of providing free, pre-paid meals spread from restaurant to restaurant a few months ago. Many recipients are homeless or have otherwise hit hard times since the pandemic rolled into Miami (pronounced my-AM-uh), population about 13,000. Two February blizzards brought even more trouble. Jennifer White, a Miami...
    In Miami, Oklahoma, restaurants and their customers are doing their part to ease pandemic heartache, one meal at a time. Cafes in and around the close-knit town in the state's northeastern corner have put up "receipt walls," allowing diners to prepay for meals and the needy to grab what they like, have a seat and refuel — judgment-free, no questions asked. The idea of providing free, prepaid meals spread from restaurant to restaurant a few months ago. Many recipients are homeless or have otherwise hit hard times since the pandemic rolled into Miami (pronounced my-AM-uh), population about 13,000. Two February blizzards brought even more trouble. Receipts for prepaid meals hang on the wall inside the Dawg House in Miami, Okla., Feb. 11, 2021. Customers pay for them so that others in need, many of them struggling financially because of the pandemic, can get a meal, no questions asked.Jennifer White,...
    Loading the player... As Naomi Osaka’s 23-match winning streak neared an end Wednesday, she paused before serving to crane her neck and study the sky, as if seeking intervention from above. Then she carried on, and so did No. 23-seeded Maria Sakkari, who upset Osaka 6-0, 6-4 in the quarterfinals of the Miami Open. “The more stuff like this happens, the more I’ll learn from it,” the No. 2-ranked Osaka said. Osaka’s defeat was her first since February 2020, and it ended any chance of reclaiming the No. 1 ranking this week from Ash Barty, who is in the semifinals. The men’s favorite departed nearly 12 hours later when No. 1-seeded Daniil Medvedev lost to No. 7 seed Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain, 6-4, 6-2. Medvedev mangled his racket in anger after he lost serve to fall behind late in the first set, and little went right for him...
    Italian teenage sensation Jannik Sinner has set the tennis stage on fire since his emergence in 2020. Since then he has already won two titles and soared up the ATP rankings. Now with his brilliant Miami Open 2021 run, Sinner will soon make his top 25 debut. Sinner reached his first ATP Masters 1000 semifinal after he defeated Alexander Bublik in the quarterfinals of Miami Open 2021. By doing so, Sinner will now jump to 24th in the ATP rankings when they get updated next Monday. Jannik Sinner in action during his semi final match against Russia’s Karen Khachanov. REUTERS/Kelly Defina Before the start of the Miami Open, Sinner was ranked 32nd with 1789 points. But now with his semifinal run, the Italian will earn 360 points. Thus he will move to 24th with the scope of further improvement. The ranking position for Jannik Sinner after Miami Open 2021 With...
    Miami : Four people, including a child, were killed Wednesday by a man who opened fire at an office building in the city of Orange, south of Los Angeles, police said. This shooting follows two similar attacks recently that have killed a total of 18 in the United States and have fueled the debate about the proliferation of weapons in the country. The attacker, whose motivations are unknown at the moment, was also shot after police intervention and is in critical condition, according to police officer Jennifer Amat. The police are trying to clarify if he was injured during the shooting with the police or if he caused the injuries himself. For now, there are no details about the fatalities of the attack, but it is known that a fifth person, a woman, is seriously injured. The shooting occurred around 5:30 p.m. on the top floor of a small...
    MIAMI (AP) — As Naomi Osaka’s 23-match winning streak neared an end Wednesday, she paused before serving to crane her neck and study the sky, as if seeking intervention from above. Then she carried on, and so did No. 23-seeded Maria Sakkari, who upset Osaka 6-0, 6-4 in the quarterfinals of the Miami Open. READ MORE: Watch The Derek Chauvin Trial Live “The more stuff like this happens, the more I’ll learn from it,” the No. 2-ranked Osaka said. Osaka’s defeat was her first since February 2020, and it ended any chance of reclaiming the No. 1 ranking this week from Ash Barty, who is in the semifinals. The men’s favorite departed nearly 12 hours later when No. 1-seeded Daniil Medvedev lost to No. 7 seed Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain, 6-4, 6-2. Medvedev mangled his racket in anger after he lost serve to fall behind late in the first...
    NEW YORK (AP) — In Miami, Oklahoma, restaurants and their customers are doing their part to ease pandemic heartache, one meal at a time. Cafes in and around the close-knit town in the state’s northeastern corner have put up “receipt walls,” allowing diners to pre-pay for meals and the needy to grab what they like, have a seat and refuel — judgment-free, no questions asked. The idea of providing free, pre-paid meals spread from restaurant to restaurant a few months ago. Many recipients are homeless or have otherwise hit hard times since the pandemic rolled into Miami (pronounced my-AM-uh), population about 13,000. Two February blizzards brought even more trouble. Jennifer White, a Miami native who owns the gourmet hot dog spot The Dawg House, transitioned from food truck to brick and mortar last September, a bold move in the middle of a pandemic. She was the first to put up...
    DAVID Beckham has shown his age by admitting his back “will hurt in the morning” as he tried paddle tennis yesterday. The 45-year-old shared a video of himself running around on the court in Miami while whacking balls. 4David Beckham gave paddle tennis a go yesterday in MiamiCredit: Instagram He told his followers: “Found a new sport ???? , back is gonna hurt in the morning but who cares ???? #LovePaddle.” The sportstar was dressed for the occasion wearing an orange T-shirt, tight shorts and a backwards cap.  The Beckhams relocated to Miami over Christmas so David could be more hands on with his football team. David, wife Victoria and their children are living in a £20million apartment in the “most luxurious” Miami skyscraper in the area, complete with its own helipad, luxury pool and gym. 4The former sports star said his back would be hurting in the morningCredit: Instagram...
    Reigning Australian Open champion Naomi Osaka has confessed that she does want to win back the Number 1 spot but isn’t too fussed about it. Currently trailing Ashleigh Barty at Number 2, Osaka has a chance to upstage the Australian and go top at the Miami Open. However, for that to happen, she would need a run of results in the prestigious tournament to fall in her favor. If Ashleigh Barty falls and Naomi Osaka wins the title While Barty reached the tournament semifinals following a hard-fought win over Aryna Sabalenka on Tuesday, Osaka will go to battle against Greek star Maria Sakkari for a place in the last-four later on Wednesday. Should Barty fall in the semi-final against Elina Svitolina on Thursday, Osaka will clinch the Number 1 spot if she wins the tournament. However, if the Aussie makes the final, she will hold onto her top rank irrespective of whether...
    MIAMI (AP) — As Naomi Osaka’s 23-match winning streak neared an end Wednesday, she paused before serving to crane her neck and study the sky, as if seeking intervention from above. Then she carried on, and so did No. 23-seeded Maria Sakkari, who upset Osaka 6-0, 6-4 in the quarterfinals of the Miami Open. “The more stuff like this happens, the more I’ll learn from it,” the No. 2-ranked Osaka said. Osaka’s defeat was her first since February 2020, and it ended any chance of reclaiming the No. 1 ranking this week from Ash Barty, who is in the semifinals. The men’s favorite departed nearly 12 hours later when No. 1-seeded Daniil Medvedev lost to No. 7 seed Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain, 6-4, 6-2. Medvedev mangled his racket in anger after he lost serve to fall behind late in the first set, and little went right for him the...
    The fight for WTA World No.1 spot is heating up. For long, Ash Barty has held the position but now finds herself fending off a challenge from World No.2, Naomi Osaka. Barty and Naomi can exchange positions at the end of Miami Open 2021, but it will be tough for Osaka after some brilliant performances from Barty. Before the start of Miami Open 2021, Osaka needed to at least reach the final if Barty failed to reach the semifinals. That stipulation would have been enough for Osaka to become World No.1 again, but now that Barty has reached the semifinals, it gets a bit more complicated for Osaka. Naomi Osaka of Japan hits a backhand. Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports How can Naomi Osaka become World No.1? Barty reached the semifinals after a thrilling victory over Aryna Sabalenka in the quarterfinals. This means that Osaka will now have to win...
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Duncan Robinson and Jimmy Butler provided the scoring punch for Miami on Wednesday night. It was their defense that changed the game. READ MORE: Search On For Person Who Desecrated Roadside Memorial For Victims Of Deadly New Year’s Crash Together, the undrafted guard and the All-Star forward combined for the first six points in a decisive fourth quarter run and then helped Miami hold Indiana to five points over the final seven minutes for a 92-87 victory. “It’s not like an overnight improvement. You’re literally talking about hundreds of days of development,” Miami coach Erik Spoelstra said, referring to Robinson’s defense. “He’s making those efforts to get to the 3-point line. His technique has worked because of all that work.” Spoelstra had no quibbles with Robinson’s offensive effort, either. Robinson finished with 20 points, eight rebounds and four assists, making six 3-pointers. Butler had 18 points as...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Thursday is the start of a new season for the Miami Marlins and they’ll do it at their newly named park. Marlins Park is now officially loadDepot park. READ MORE: Pfizer COVID Vaccine Found Safe In 12-To 15-year-olds, Company Says The team has entered into a multi-year naming rights partnership with loanDepot, which is the official mortgage provider of Major League Baseball and the Marlins. “We’re excited to welcome fans back for Opening Day at loanDepot park,” said Marlins CEO Derek Jeter in a statement. “A partnership like this, with a nationally recognized brand excelling through innovation alongside a strong philanthropic commitment, is foundational to our ability to build sustainable success.” As part of their new alliance, loanDepot will donate $50 for every Marlins run scored during the regular season to expand youth baseball and softball opportunities through the Miami Marlins Foundation programming at the Boys...
    MIAMI (AP) – Aryna Sabalenka clearly labored in the final set of her match. Frances Tiafoe seemed to barely have the energy needed to reach the post-match handshake. Conditions were tough at the Miami Open. READ MORE: Broward Schools Sets Schedule For In-Person Graduations For Class Of 2021 The top seeds, however, were up to the challenge. World No. 1 Ash Barty of Australia won the final nine points to finish off the seventh-seeded Sabalenka in a three-set women’s quarterfinal Tuesday, while men’s top-seeded Daniil Medvedev of Russia reached the quarters with a straight-set win over Tiafoe — part of a day where the American men’s contingent was pared from four to one, with Sebastian Korda the lone round-of-16 survivor for the U.S. The 20-year-old Korda stunned fifth-seeded Diego Schwartzman of Argentina 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 for the biggest win of his career to date. And it’ll make for an interesting...
    World No. 9 Bianca Andreescu stunned the in-form Garbine Muguruza at the Miami Open 2021 yesterday. After losing the first set, the Canadian star made a terrific comeback and won the remaining two sets quite easily. The final scoreline of the match was 3-6, 6-3, 6-2. With her win, Andreescu also earned a ticket to the quarters of the tournament. In the post-match interview, Garbine Muguruza admitted that she had a lot of opportunities to win the match, especially in the second set. “It was a very even game, there was a lot of levels and I feel that I had opportunities to win, especially in the second set,” said Muguruza. FEBRUARY 01: Garbine Muguruza of Spain looks on after losing her Women’s Singles Final match against Sofia Kenin. Day thirteen of the 2020 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on February 01, 2020, in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty...
    Aryna Sabalenka clearly labored in the final set of her match. Frances Tiafoe seemed to barely have the energy needed to reach the post-match handshake. Conditions were tough at the Miami Open. The top seeds, however, were up to the challenge. World No. 1 Ash Barty of Australia won the final nine points to finish off the seventh-seeded Sabalenka in a three-set women's quarterfinal Tuesday, while men's top-seeded Daniil Medvedev of Russia reached the quarters with a straight-set win over Tiafoe — part of a day where the American men's contingent was pared from four to one, with Sebastian Korda the lone round-of-16 survivor for the U.S. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The 20-year-old Korda stunned fifth-seeded Diego Schwartzman of Argentina 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 for the biggest win of his career to date. And it'll make for an interesting Thursday for the Korda family: he'll be in...
    ROCKVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — Residents at Brightview Senior Living in Rockville, Maryland celebrated spring break last week and they didn’t even have to leave Maryland. The seniors celebrated with a Miami-beach themed party from the comforts facility where they dipped their toes in an indoor sand beach, enjoyed tropical drinks and danced. Check out some of the photos below: 20210319_Miami Beach Party-36Seniors at Brightview Senior Living in Rockville, Md. enjoy a Miami Beach-themed Spring Break party. Courtesy: Brightview Senior Living 20210319_Miami Beach Party-12Seniors at Brightview Senior Living in Rockville, Md. enjoy a Miami Beach-themed Spring Break party. Courtesy: Brightview Senior Living 20210319_Miami Beach Party-05Seniors at Brightview Senior Living in Rockville, Md. enjoy a Miami Beach-themed Spring Break party. Courtesy: Brightview Senior Living 20210319_Miami Beach Party-04Seniors at Brightview Senior Living in Rockville, Md. enjoy a Miami Beach-themed Spring Break party. Courtesy: Brightview Senior Living
    Roberto Bautista Agut didn’t take the easiest route to the Miami Open quarterfinals. The No. 7 seed from Spain fought off a match point before ousting former Miami champion and No. 18 seed John Isner of the U.S. 6-3, 4-6, 7-6 (7) on Tuesday — his second three-set win in as many matches so far in the tournament. Bautista Agut will face either top-seeded Daniil Medvedev of Russia or unseeded Frances Tiafoe of the U.S. in the quarterfinals. The Medvedev-Tiafoe match is later Tuesday. Bautista Agut lost the first point of the third-set tiebreaker on his serve, giving the big-hitting Isner the early edge. Isner lost the mini-break by putting a forehand into the net five points later, then gave himself match point after a 138 mph ace for a 6-5 edge. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Bautista Agut wasn’t fazed, won three of the last four...
    Miami : Sarah Obama, whom former US President Barack Obama considered his grandmother, died Monday in Kenya at the age of 99, relatives reported. Barack Obama said that he and his family were mourning the loss of whom “many affectionately knew as ‘Mama Sarah’ but for us it was ‘Dani’ or Granny.” “We will miss her very much, but we will gratefully celebrate her long and extraordinary life,” she said on Twitter. Sarah Obama’s daughter, Marsat Onyango, confirmed the death to .. “He went with God. He passed away this morning, ”he said. Family spokesman Sheikh Musa Ismail said Sarah Obama had been unwell for a week but had tested negative for COVID-19. She had been admitted to the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Hospital in Kisumu, western Kenya. Sarah Obama, a simple country woman, was long famous for the hot porridge and donuts that she served at a local school....
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) = A man was arrested Sunday night after shooting at park rangers in Everglades National Park. The incident began when someone reported domestic violence at Mahogany Hammock, involving the man. When the rangers arrived, the 33-year-old had left the scene in his vehicle and was believed to be headed south toward Flamingo. READ MORE: SEE IT: Florida Man Captures Video Of Bull Shark And Alligator Swimming Side-By-Side Rangers found the man’s abandoned vehicle on the main park road, just south of Paurotis Pond. They suspected he fled into the woods and was armed. READ MORE: ‘We Dont Anticipate Any Curfews’: Spring Break Scene Very Different In Fort Lauderdale The park closed the Homestead entrance to the park. Around 6:45 p.m., the man reportedly fired shots at rangers along the main park road, approximately 20 miles from the Homestead entrance. MORE NEWS: Miami-Dade PD Searching For Man Who...
    Daniil Medvedev could barely walk, much less run. He could still serve, though. The top-ranked Medvedev held his final two service games despite being hobbled by cramps and beat Alexei Popyrin 7-6 (3), 6-7 (7), 6-4 in the third round at the Miami Open. Medvedev said the victory brought a special sort of satisfaction. "Winning a Grand Slam final in straight sets doesn’t feel the way I felt after the match point today," he said with a grin. "A match to remember for sure." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Medvedev failed to convert three match points in the second set after taking a 5-2 lead. An hour later the Russian was still playing, and on a humid afternoon with temperatures in the mid 80s, he paid a price. He broke in the final set for a 4-3 lead, but by then he was limping around the court....
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    MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – Legendary coach Howard Schnellenberger, who revived football at the University of Miami and Louisville and started the program at Florida Atlantic during a coaching career that spanned a half century, died Saturday. He was 87. FAU announced his death and said he recently had been in a care center in South Florida. READ MORE: SEE IT: Florida Man Captures Video Of Bull Shark And Alligator Swimming Side-By-Side Schnellenberger had a career record below .500, but when it came to building, he was a winner. His legacy includes campus stadiums at Louisville and Florida Atlantic. Forever Grateful. Forever an Owl. pic.twitter.com/SkqUlhOOnO — #WinningInParadise (@FAUAthletics) March 27, 2021 He led the Miami Hurricanes to the first of their five national championships in 1983, and coached Louisville to a Fiesta Bowl win over Alabama to cap the 1990 season. He then founded the program at Florida Atlantic and retired...
    Saturday Night Live finally took a shot at President Joe Biden 67 days after his inauguration with jokes about Kamala Harris running the border situation response, his press conference cheat sheets and his Air Force One tumble. During the Weekend Update with Colin Jost and Michael Che, Jost said: 'This week kind of felt like Biden on those stairs. You thought it had to get better but it repeatedly got worse.' Jost used the Biden quip to launch into news about universal background checks for gun purchases. Colin Jost made jokes about President Joe Biden falling up the stairs of Air Force One Maya Rudolph as Kamala Harris chats with Joe Biden during a sketch about a dinner Seder that made jokes about Biden The Seder sketch also joked about Biden's use of cheat sheets during his first press conference In the Seder Sketch, SNL also...
    (CNN)Howard Schnellenberger, the legendary football coach who led the University of Miami Hurricanes to national prominence after winning the school's first national title, has died.Schnellenberger passed away on Saturday at age 87, his family announced through Florida Atlantic University."Howard always allowed me to be a part of his football life," Beverlee Schnellenberger, who was married to the coach for 61 years, said in the release. "Watching him on the sidelines was an opportunity that gave us a special closeness -- win or lose -- that not many wives get. Even though he never smiled, he was always smiling in his heart. We loved all the moves and challenges.""I will miss his warm heart, his warm hands and soft kisses. Howard always treated me special, like a queen, and was truly a husband that every Canadian girl dreams of," she added. "You will always be my love, now and forever. I'm...
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    Howard Schnellenberger, who coached the University of Miami football team to prominence and won the program’s first of five national championships, died Saturday. He was 87. Schnellenberger’s family announced his passing through a statement issued to Florida Atlantic, where he finished a coaching career spanning 52 years as head coach from 2001-11. At the very start, as Alabama’s offensive coordinator under the legendary Bear Bryant from 1961-65, Schnellenberger recruited Joe Namath to Tuscaloosa. Though best known for his success in the college ranks – he coached Louisville and Oklahoma in between Miami and Florida Atlantic and compiled a 158-151-3 record – Schnellenberger spent nearly a decade in the NFL before most of it. The offensive coordinator under Don Shula for the only undefeated Super Bowl champion in NFL history? That was Schnellenberger, who parlayed his success with the 1972 Dolphins into head coach of the Baltimore Colts. After...
    MIAMI (AP) — Legendary coach Howard Schnellenberger, who revived football at the University of Miami and Louisville and started the program at Florida Atlantic during a coaching career that spanned a half century, died Saturday. He was 87. FAU announced his death and said he recently had been in a care center in South Florida. READ MORE: Florida House Votes To Crack Down On Violent Protests, Bill Moves To Senate Schnellenberger had a career record below .500, but when it came to building, he was a winner. His legacy includes campus stadiums at Louisville and Florida Atlantic. He led the Miami Hurricanes to the first of their five national championships in 1983, and coached Louisville to a Fiesta Bowl win over Alabama to cap the 1990 season. He then founded the program at Florida Atlantic and retired as coach after 11 seasons there highlighted by back-to-back bowl victories. Everywhere Schnellenberger...
    Getty Victor Oladipo #4 of the Indiana Pacers warms up before a game against the Miami Heat at Visa Athletic Center at ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 10, 2020. While Victor Oladipo has yet to officially step on the court as a member of the Miami Heat, the newly acquired two-time All-Star from the Houston Rockets has already debuted his new jersey on social media. In one of the most exciting trades to take place on March 25, Miami acquired Oladipo from the Rockets in exchange for Kelly Olynyk, Avery Bradley, and a 2022 draft swap, as reported by The Athletic’s Shams Charania. The latest Heat news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Heat newsletter here! Join Heavy on Heat! The following day, Oladipo, who had made it very clear he wanted a trade out of Houston, switched up his profile...
    Legendary Miami football coach Howard Schnellenberger has died. The Hurricanes announced Saturday morning that the national champion coach had passed away at the age of 87. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) According to the Miami Herald, Schnellenberger’s cause of death isn’t known at this time. Without him, there is no Miami Football. Howard Schnellenberger leaves behind a legacy more impactful than he’ll ever know. Our thoughts are with his family and friends. pic.twitter.com/7lwHhUGSnx — Canes Football (@CanesFootball) March 27, 2021 This is not the news anyone wanted to wake up to on a Saturday morning. We’re talking about a titan in the world of college football. Schnellenberger is responsible for the Miami Hurricanes becoming a national powerhouse, and he won a national title with them in 1983. To say they wouldn’t be a national brand without him is a 100% factual statement. pic.twitter.com/5VlTCgYymr...
    The 25 best TV couples of all time Everything you should know about multilevel marketing Howard Schnellenberger, the legendary coach who led Miami to its first national championship and later built the Florida Atlantic football program, died on Saturday, his family announced. He was 87.  © Provided by Yahoo! Sports 15 November 2014: Former University of Miami, Louisville, and FAU Head Coach Howard Schnellenberger was present for the game against Florida State University in FSU's 30-26 victory at Sun Life Stadium, Miami, Florida. (Photo by Richard Lewis/Icon Sportswire/Corbis/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) Schnellenberger turned Miami from a program administrators considered shuttering before his arrival in 1979 to a national title in 1983. The school won three more over six seasons and became a program to emulate.  He later revitalized the Louisville program and built the football program at Florida Atlantic. The Owls announced his death on behalf of the...
    ANTHONY JOSHUA paid a visit to former England captain David Beckham as he continued to enjoy himself in Miami. The WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO title holder is currently Stateside as he waits to discover where his £200m unification fight with Tyson Fury will take place. 7Anthony Joshua visited David Beckham at the home of his Inter Miami football teamCredit: Instagram @davidbeckham 7 The two heavyweight stars have already penned their contracts for the showdown, with Wembley now re-emerging as a potential venue to host it. AJ has left all the negotiating behind for Eddie Hearn to finalise to head across the Atlantic. And he has decided to spend some of his time in the Sunshine State of Florida with the Manchester United legend. Goldenballs appeared to be giving the boxing star...
    Miami : March 27, 2021 0 The United States ((USA) defended the sanctions imposed against the Nicolás Maduro regime, after the representative of the dictatorship tried to include an objection to these measures on the agenda of a meeting of the World Trade Organization. The meeting was suspended because the US demanded that this point be removed from the agenda because it did not come from the legitimate government of Venezuela, but from what they consider to be a usurper regime. Subsequently, the spokesman for the Office of the US Trade Representative, Adam Hodge, issued a statement in which he assured that “the United States will reject any effort by Maduro to misuse the WTO to attack US sanctions aimed at restoring human rights. and democracy in Venezuela ”. The official explained that at the meeting, the US “exercised its rights as a WTO Member to...
    New York Giants’ draft spot at 11 keeps getting better and better By: Alexander Wilson March 27, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Giants sit pretty with the 11th overall pick in the draft, as teams made significant moves around them on Friday afternoon. To start, the Miami Dolphins traded the number three overall pick to the San Francisco 49ers for the number 12 overall pick and future selections. Just minutes later, the Philadelphia Eagles completed a trade, sending the sixth pick to Miami for the 12th pick and a future first-rounder. The Giants now sit one slot ahead of the Eagles and Miami jumped back into the top 10, which will guarantee them a top non-quarterback player. I expect that four QBs will be off the board in the top six picks, meaning the Giants will have their fair share of premium selections available...
    More On: miami Dave Portnoy may open Barstool outpost in Miami, buys mansion there Ivanka Trump hits the beach with her family in Miami Clive Davis bumps into Patti LaBelle while out in Miami Tiffany Trump brunches while incognito in Miami There was a major hubbub at Miami’s ultra-luxe Setai hotel Friday, we’re told, after a fire sent billionaire guests “fleeing for their lives.” Officials tell Page Six it was only a minor incident that was speedily handled. But sources on the scene say guests were terrified by what felt like a much more frightening event. We’re told a small electrical fire on the 19th floor set off sprinklers and alarms in the building, and emergency services hurried to the scene. Among the guests making for the exits was famed divorcée Libby Mugrabi, who we’re told ran down 35 flights of stairs with her two dogs, Tiny and Bear,...
    MIAMI (AP) — No. 2-ranked Naomi Osaka won her 22nd match in a row Friday, beating Ajla Tomljanović 7-6 (3), 6-4 in the second round at the Miami Open. Osaka shanked a serve over her opponent’s head in the final game but also hit 13 aces. She has historically made early exits in Miami, and needs only one more win for her best showing in five appearances. Osaka hasn’t lost in more than a year, and her winning streak includes her fourth Grand Slam title at the Australian Open last month. Daniil Medvedev, seeded No. 1 on the men’s side, needed less than an hour to beat 37-year-old Yen-hsun Lu 6-2, 6-2. Three seeded men lost — No. 8 David Goffin, No. 9 Grigor Dimitrov and No. 30 Reilly Opelka. Goffin, a semifinalist in 2016, was upset by James Duckworth 6-3, 6-1. Dimitrov was swept by Cameron Norrie 7-5, 7-5....
    Belarusian tennis ace Aryna Sabalenka is set to reach a career-high ranking just after her second-round victory at Miami Open 2021. More importantly, she was ranked below Serena Williams before the start of the Miami Open, but now she will go above the American and could go further above as well. With the WTA reverting back to the old ranking system, several top 10 players might lose points at Miami Open 2021. But Sabalenka was ousted in the second round back in 2019, so she can earn a lot of points. Sabalenka defeated Tsvetana Pironkova in her opening match at Miami Open 2021 to advance to the third round. Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus hits a forehand. Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports Before the start of the Miami Open, Sabalenka was ranked 8th with 4815 points. Above her was Serena Williams, with about 100 points more. But with Serena not playing...
    British teenager Jack Draper’s ATP Tour debut ended abruptly after he collapsed on court during his first-round match at the Miami Open against Kazakhstan’s Mikhail Kukushkin on Thursday. The sunny, humid and hot conditions on Court 2 appeared to have taken a toll on the 19-year-old wild card during the first set, which lasted 81 minutes. With Kukushkin leading the set 6-5, Draper appeared distressed and he had his heart-rate checked courtside by medical staff before deciding to continue. Draper’s return was short-lived as he fell to the ground while attempting to keep the ball in play on set point, rolling onto his back as medical staff quickly came to his aid. “At the changeover, I was starting to feel my body a bit,” Draper said. “I said that I’m going to carry on because I wasn’t feeling faint … But obviously when I got out there, that wasn’t the...
    Because of canceled flights, it took Ash Barty 45 hours to travel from her native Australia to Florida for a tennis tournament. Her stay at the Miami Open will be longer than that, thanks only to an improbable comeback Thursday. The top-ranked Barty rallied from a big third-set deficit and overcame a match point to win her opening match against qualifier Kristina Kucova, 6-3, 4-6, 7-5. "Matches like that are extremely fulfilling, knowing you’ve done the work over an extended period to get just over the edge," Barty said. "That was a really tough one today, and I enjoyed every single second of it." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Barty, who won the most recent Miami Open title in 2019, trailed 5-2 in the final set. In the next game she faced a match point, which she saved by ripping a weak serve for a winner. Barty...
    JACK DRAPER was forced to pull out of his ATP Tour debut on Thursday after collapsing at the Miami Open. High humidity and sunny conditions around 30°C made for a physically demanding contest with Kazakhstan's Mikhail Kukushkin. 3Jack Draper was left flat out on the court during the first set tie-breakCredit: Amazon Prime 3Medics treated the Brit star before he was able to leave the court unaidedCredit: Amazon Prime Draper, 19, put up a good fight against his experienced opponent but was visibly suffering by the end of the first set. Court 2 medics checked his heart rate with the score at 6-5 before he fell to the ground at set point. Treatment with an ice pack saw the Brit able to leave the court unaided and the walkover was awarded to Kukushkin. Draper said afterwards: “At the changeover, I was starting to feel my body a bit. “I said...
    The Heat have landed a last-second deal to bring Victor Oladipo to Miami in hopes of getting back to championship contention. Just as time expired.