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University of Miami ocean studies sail to Pacific on Celebrity Flora

University of Miami ocean studies sail to Pacific on Celebrity Flora

A two-university partnership based on Virginia Key that collects oceanographic data from cruise and container ships is entering the Pacific Ocean via a brand-new expedition cruise ship for the first…

Coca-Cola paid sponsorship of Miami Beach may be bottled up

Coca-Cola paid sponsorship of Miami Beach may be bottled up

City of Miami Beach corporate sponsor Coca-Cola may face consequences for its plastics use. Commissioner Ricky Arriola plans to rally commissioners this week to terminate the city’s contract with Coca-Cola,…

Royal Air Maroc plans added flights to link Miami, Casablanca

Royal Air Maroc plans added flights to link Miami, Casablanca

Royal Air Maroc aims to expand from its present three weekly flights to five a week between Miami International Airport and Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport in the coming months.…

Starting pay boost fortifies spotty teacher recruitment

Starting pay boost fortifies spotty teacher recruitment

Recruiters at Miami-Dade County Public Schools say the hiring season for new teachers looks promising with a boost to starting salaries. Miami-Dade County Public Schools averages 20,000 full-time and part-time…

After legal war, Jackson Health’s Doral hospital to be done in 2020

After legal war, Jackson Health’s Doral hospital to be done in 2020

With a major change in state law on hospitals this month, Jackson Health System is moving forward with its plans to open José Milton Memorial Hospital at the Jackson West…

Competition growing to open trauma centers

Competition growing to open trauma centers

Trauma centers are cropping up across Miami-Dade County as some hospitals pounce on the opportunity to increase their revenue. Hospitals are allowed to open more trauma centers under the purview…

South Miami trials move toward Zika vaccine

South Miami trials move toward Zika vaccine

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases says it is nearing completion of follow-up visits for its VCR 705 trial, taking one step closer to developing a Zika vaccine.…

Miami Beach OKs funds to start dredging clogged waterways

Miami Beach OKs funds to start dredging clogged waterways

Miami Beach commissioners have approved $250,000 for dredging of the Biscayne Point Waterway and Collins Canal. Homeowners celebrated the decision after waiting nearly three decades for sediment removal. Sediment continues…

Ridesharing use accelerates 63% at airport

Ridesharing use accelerates 63% at airport

Commuters are relying more every year on Lyft and Uber to move around Miami. The companies aim to meet the demand and work alongside public transit with the same goal…

Governments safeguard data from cyber threats

Governments safeguard data from cyber threats

Miami-Dade County and the county’s cities are safeguarding their financial data through multi-layered approaches, protecting information from a variety of hackers on the prowl. The county and the cities shelter…

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