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  • Smart Traffic Light: Coming Soon to Miami

    Smart Traffic Light: Coming Soon to Miami!

    Posted by Emma Johnson on April 07, 2016

    If you have spent any time in South Florida, you are probably aware of the heavy Miami traffic. For any number of reasons, including crowded streets, car accidents, and weather there never seems to be a traffic-free area in Miami. Miami-Dade County is now working on fixing that problem. Their solution? Installing a “smart” traffic light system...

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  • IRS Tax Fraud: Panama Papers

    IRS Tax Fraud: Panama Papers

    Posted by Emma Johnson on April 05, 2016

    April has started off quite strong in the department of news and scandal with what is known as the Panama Papers scandal. These documents obtained evidence that prove hundreds of elites were committing IRS tax fraud and tax evasion. Involved in the case are Miami locals...

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  • Ravens Football Player Dies in Tragic Accident

    Ravens Football Player Dies in Tragic Accident

    Posted by Claire Gray on March 30, 2016

    As of March 18, 2016, a rising star was lost in a tragic accident. Ravens football player Tray Walker lost his life after colliding with another vehicle at a two-way stop. Baltimore Ravens football player Tray Walker was riding a dirt bike after the sun went down and was struck by an SUV Thursday March 17th...

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  • Turkey Point Power Plant: FPL Facing Major Lawsuit

    Turkey Point Power Plant: FPL Facing Major Lawsuit

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on March 25, 2016

    Currently in South Florida, there has been a lot of concern revolving around water pollution. The Turkey Point nuclear power plant is under scrutiny at the moment as there is evidence of the radioactive reactors contaminating the water in Biscayne Bay. Turkey Point and Florida Power and Light are now in the midst of a major lawsuit...

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  • Divorce in Florida: New Bill passed to help parents have equal time with children

    Divorce in Florida: New Bill passed to help parents have equal time with children

    Posted by Emma Johnson on March 23, 2016

    In the coming months, a new change might be implemented when it comes to divorce in Florida. Reform seems to be the theme of 2016 as the last few months have brought about a lot of new changes. The latest bill to be passed is a child-sharing decision...

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  • Obama meets with Castro: Cuba US Embargo

    Obama meets with Castro: Cuba US Embargo

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on March 22, 2016

    President Obama’s aircraft Air Force One touched ground in Cuba on Sunday, March 20th, marking the first time a sitting US president has visited Cuba in almost 90 years. One of the major things being affected by this visit is the Cuba US Embargo, as this visit is the beginning of an operation to open connections with Cuba...

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  • Malaysia flight 370 Still Unsolved

    Malaysia flight 370 Still Unsolved

    Posted by Emma Johnson on March 21, 2016

    One mystery still following the world is the missing Malaysia Flight 370, which disappeared two years ago on March 8, 2014. There is no evidence indicating whether or not human error had anything to do with the probable crash. Several lawsuits have been filed against Malaysian Airlines, Rolls-Royce the jet engine manufacturer, and the Malaysian government as those affected ...

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  • Illegal Immigrants Caught on Identity Theft

    Illegal Immigrants Caught on Identity Theft

    Posted by Claire Gray on March 16, 2016

    Typically fake driver’s licenses and green cards are issued and sold to illegal immigrants in order to avoid deportation. As social security cards are also stolen, illegal immigrants can claim residency with the false identity. The latest news in identity theft crime is the arrest of Salvadorian immigrant...

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