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Hello all. It’s me, Carlos Hernandez, your host of the Miami Daily. Keep studying for a very powerful issues taking place on the town as of late.


First, at present’s climate:

An a.m. bathe; partly sunny. High: 89 Low: 80.


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Here are the highest tales in Miami at present:

1. The police union representing Christopher Krickovich, the previous Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy acquitted final week on battery fees for the tough arrest of Delucca Rolle outdoors of a McDonald’s in Tamarac, is demanding that he be rehired and put again on the police drive. (WSVN)

2. City of Pembroke Pines Fire Chief John Picarello retired on Monday, August 1 after 37 years of service. He served 16 years as hearth chief. His successor shall be Marcelino Rodriguez, who has 21 years of expertise with the division. (WPLG Local 10)

3. Miami Dade College‘s (MDC) acclaimed Miami Animation and Gaming International Complex (MAGIC) is launching an eSports staff for eligible college students. MDC eSports is actively recruiting gamers with tryouts starting on Friday, August 12. The MDC staff will take part in VALORANT, a aggressive, team-based competitors. (Miami’s Community News)

4. Miami Commissioner Joe Carollo responded to critics of a controversial plan by City of Miami to build between 50 and 1,000 tiny houses to relocate metropolis’s homeless inhabitants to Virginia Key island. “These are the inhumane people. They want them thrown in the streets because they don’t want them in their neighborhoods,” Carollo mentioned. (WPLG Local 10)

5. Fox’s Sherron Inn in South Miami, a historic dive bar and restaurant which first opened its doorways in 1947, reopened after 7 years on Friday, July 29. It is absolutely restored with a serious concentrate on preserving its inside historical past. Menu gadgets are staying true to its roots and embody prime rib, fried hen, a clam sandwich and French onion soup. (Time Out Miami, Eater Miami)


Today in Miami:

  • Care Resource – HIV Testing Service at Arcola Lakes Branch Library. (10 a.m.)
  • Miami-Dade County’s Support Black-Owned Business 305 Exhibit Unveiling at Stephen P. Clark Government Center. (11:30 a.m.)
  • YOUmedia Miami: Video Editing at Lemon City Branch Library. (2:30 p.m.)
  • “Let’s Dough It” Pizza Making Class at Fratelli La Bufala. (6:30 p.m.)
  • Villain Theater Open Mic. (10 p.m.)

From my pocket book:

  • Vice President Kamala Harris visited Miami on Monday to advertise new federal funding of $1 billion {dollars} to assist states defend in opposition to the impacts of local weather change. “The climate crisis is here,” Harris mentioned at FIU. (Subscription: Miami Herald, Free: NBC Miami)
  • Cuban migrants are in custody after making it to shore. Officials mentioned 17 folks made their technique to Big Pine Key from Cuba. No accidents had been reported. (WSVN)
  • Miami-Dade County Commission on July 19 voted to approve Mayor Daniella Levine Cava’s proposal to reduce the countywide, UMSA, library, and hearth millage charges by one %. It is the primary property tax reduce in a decade. (Miami’s Community News)
  • The Florida Board of Medicine is slated Friday, August 5, in Fort Lauderdale to think about a proposal by Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration to ban physicians from offering therapies resembling hormone remedy and puberty-blocking remedy to transgender youths. The transfer is being protested by LGBTQ teams all through the state. (WLRN)

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β€” Carlos Hernandez

About me: Hello my title is Carlos Hernandez and I’m a meals author with over 10 years of expertise within the trade. I write the meals weblog Carlos Eats (http://www.carloseats.com) and likewise contribute to a number of newspapers and magazines with food-related blogs and articles.

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