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Tourism Central Florida - Orlando SentinelThe world's largest airliner, an A-380, made an unscheduled visit to Orlando International Airport Sunday afternoon, only the second time the big plane set down here since being approved in 2007. The Lufthansa Airline plane with 524 people on board from...
Liz Barcena got sticker shock, stopping at a Miami Chevron gas station on Wednesday, where a gallon of premium cost $3.57. So she pumped only $10 worth into her BMW's tank. "I'm more concerned about how high things are going to get in the next day or...
Eight men kneeled in prayers led by their imam, Hafiz Muhammed Sher Ali Khan, when a loud pounding shook the locked door of the mosque, a modest house behind a green fence in a residential neighborhood in west Miami-Dade County. It was just after 6 a.m....
Zap2ItGrowing up in Venezuela, Lorena Garcia loved to cook. But law school came before culinary arts. The chef and judge on NBC's "America's Next Great Restaurant," airing Sundays, says, "I finished high school when I was so young, and my mother was an...
A Fort Lauderdale air charter company on Friday cancelled plans to fly a shipment of monkeys into the United States for scientific research after a campaign by animal rights groups in Florida and Great Britain. IBC Airways had planned to bring African...
Miami's Dolphin Mall is adding three new stores in the coming months: U.S. Polo Association, Cole Haan and Ed Hardy. Cole Haan, which offers men's and women's footwear, accessories and outerwear, is opening May 20. By fall, U.S. Polo Association is...
Tourism Central Florida - Orlando SentinelStill glowing from celebrity British billionaire-airline exec Richard Branson's visit to promote his Virgin America's new flights to California earlier this week, Orlando International Airport was honored for having added the most new destinations ...
Taking Names the Blog - Orlando SentinelLast weekend, I penned a column about how much federal money the Sanford airport requested for helping tend to thousands of evacuees from the Haitian earthquake. It was a lot — more than $580,000, which was more than quadruple what Mia...
L.A. NOWCalifornia authorities filed court papers today seeking the extradition of a Miami-based ministry director who is suspected of killing a Cabazon Indian Reservation tribal leader and two other people in 1981 in an effort to stop them from exposing...
L.A. NOWCharges have been dropped against a former casino security director turned preacher who was accused in the 1981 slayings of a Riverside County tribal leader and two other people. James "Jimmy" Hughes, 53, was charged in October with killing Cabazon......
Mr. Lucky Florida Lottery Blog - Orlando SentinelA Kissimmee man will be getting $1 million a year for 30 years after claiming the jackpot from the July 7 Florida Lottery Lotto drawing. Donald Korner, 65, chose to take his prize in annual payments rather than a one-time lump sum. Korner bought the...
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