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Gaza militants fire large rocket barrage at Israel

Militants in the Gaza Strip fired dozens of rockets Wednesday into southern Israel, sending civilians rushing into bomb shelters but causing no casualties. The Israeli military said it was the largest rocket barrage since 2012, when it launched an eight-day air campaign in Gaza it said was aimed at stopping the attacks. …read more Source: Miami Herald...
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Fatal accident on I-95 in Fort Lauderdale shuts down northbound lanes

All northbound lanes of Interstate 95 were shut down Wednesday night after a fatal crash, authorities said. The accident happened after 7:30 p.m. Wednesday just north of Cypress Creek Road in Fort Lauderdale. It is not known how many people were killed or hurt in the crash. No other details were provided. Click here to check the latest South Florida traffic conditions. …read more Source: WPLG Local News...
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Video captures owner allegedly vandalizing property next door

A South Florida business owner says she fears for her life and claims she’s afraid to go to work after her Key Largo business was repeatedly targeted by vandals. She set up a camera to catch the person in the act. Jennifer Kerr owns Sail Fish Scuba at Mile Marker 103 in Key Largo. She said chum was thrown on her property day after day. Chum is a mixture of dead and bloody fish, and the stench is unbearable. It’s used to attract fish — usually sharks. “We started having problems with chum being poured all over the side of our building, over our wet-suit shed — someone urinating on the side door of our shop,” said Kerr. “My husband and I have gotten to the point where we dread coming into our business because we don’t know what we will have to clean up when we get here.” So the cameras went up, and the couple reeled in a surprise. They said Michael Morehead, the owner of Captain Bad Bait Shop next door, is shown destroying, stomping on and smashing their property. “I said, ‘What is the problem? What is going on?’ and he just screamed in my face and said — came at …read more Source: WPLG Local News...
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Claiming discrimination, ex-workers sue famed Versailles Restaurant in Little Havana

Two former employees of the famed Versailles restaurant sued the eatery and its owners after they said they were fired for complaining about what they described as illegal work practices, including discrimination over sexual orientation. …read more Source: Miami Herald...
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950 customers lose power in Fort Lauderdale

Crews with the Florida Power & Light Company worked to fix a downed power line in the Las Olas area of Fort Lauderdale. There were about 950 customers without power Wednesday night because of the downed power line, according to FPL. It is not known what caused the incident to occur. No other details were provided. …read more Source: WPLG Local News...
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