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Miami-Dade to sue makers of cancer-linked chemicals PFAS

Miami-Dade to sue makers of cancer-linked chemicals PFAS

Miami-Dade is suing the makers of cancer-linked chemicals found in the county water supply and has hired a legal team, including the lawyer whose work for those exposed to the…

Austin Hollo: Helping to direct family-created Florida East Coast Realty

Austin Hollo: Helping to direct family-created Florida East Coast Realty

Here’s a bit of trivia every Miamian should know: What is the tallest skyscraper in Florida, as well as the loftiest residential building south of New York? The answer: Panorama…

South Dade bus rapid transit finally hits the runway

South Dade bus rapid transit finally hits the runway

The money is in. A developer is on deck. Two years after decision-makers voted to upgrade Miami-Dade’s longest commuting route with “Gold Standard” bus rapid transit (BRT), it’s close to…

Scaled down PortMiami cruise terminal deal adds Disney

Scaled down PortMiami cruise terminal deal adds Disney

MSC Cruises and Miami-Dade are close to redrawing an agreement that would give the company more time to finance its planned “mega terminal” that now, under the new terms, would…

Miami-Dade has spent only sliver of its coronavirus funds

Miami-Dade has spent only sliver of its coronavirus funds

Miami-Dade spent nearly $153 million through June 30 on coronavirus-related programs, according to Deputy Mayor Ed Marquez, who says the county has well over six times that amount to spend…

Teens around globe translating lessons for Miami kids

Teens around globe translating lessons for Miami kids

When the coronavirus pandemic prompted Miami-Dade Public Schools to close in favor of online classes and testing, faculty and students alike had to adapt to a different way of teaching…

Miami-Dade advised to sue over forever chemicals

Miami-Dade advised to sue over forever chemicals

Miami-Dade has sufficient legal standing to sue – and should sue – the makers of so-called “forever chemicals,” a class of some 4,000 substances prevalent in the water supply linked…

Health technology innovator tackles Covid-19

Health technology innovator tackles Covid-19

When MIT and Miami-Dade launched the Global Co-Creation Lab (GCL) late last year, neither expected that one of the health technology concentrator’s concerns in its first year would be a…

Lenore Rodicio: Overseeing the quality of Miami Dade College education

Lenore Rodicio: Overseeing the quality of Miami Dade College education

As she tells it, Dr. Lenore Rodicio found her workplace of more than 18 years by happenstance. A trained chemist, she returned to her hometown of Miami after completing her…

Dr. Guenther Koehne: Linking Miami Cancer Institute clinicians to FIU research

Dr. Guenther Koehne: Linking Miami Cancer Institute clinicians to FIU research

Dr. Gunther Koehne wears many hats. He is the deputy director of Baptist Health South Florida’s Miami Cancer Institute, as well as chief of its Hematologic Oncology and Blood &…

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