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On December 12 , 2020, the 8-1 and #9 in AP poll Miami Hurricanes hosted North Carolina at Hard Rock Stadium. The football program’s fortunes changed drastically that ill fated day as the Canes gave up 778 yards, including 554 on the ground to the Tar Heels in an embarrassing 62-26 loss. Mia…

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Fall Cycle Scene returns to Daytona International Speedway this weekend as part of Biketoberfest. Free admission to the area’s largest Motorcycle Marketplace; Two-Wheeled Racing Action to be showcased on iconic 3.51-mile road course.

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Parents, students and fans, the best value in South Florida sports entertainment is right up the road in Coral Gables.

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Miami (2-3,0-1 ACC) was dominated by Virginia (3-2,1-2 ACC) in the first half last Thursday night at Hard Rock Stadium. Virginia out gained Miami 245-94 yards on the way to a 16-7 halftime lead.

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It’s said games aren’t over until a certain Lady sings. The fair Lady’s“…Rocket’s Red Glare…Bombs Bursting In Air” were still reverberating throughout Hard Rock Stadium when the result to come of Saturday afternoon’s contest against the Central Connecticut State Blue Devils was apparent to a…

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The Mexican American Council was recognized as Partner of the Game at the Miami Dolphins Football UNITES tailgate event at the Hard Rock Stadium. “We are so incredibly humbled by this recognition. As lifelong Dolphin fans, this has been an unforgettable experience for our organization and co…

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This past Monday myself and local aquatic legend and basketball guru John Pavone were honored to be guests of Head Coach Jim Larranaga and Associate Head Coach Chris Caputo at a UM Basketball practice. We were the only people in the building not directly connected to the basketball program y…

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Homestead-Miami Speedway’s Dixie Vodka 400 will be Part of the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs

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The problem with an invasive species is recognizing the problem and finding solutions can take time which allows the creatures to propagate beyond what can be easily controlled. The voracious lionfish, native to the Indo-Pacific, has been causing severe impact to indigenous fish populations …

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The recreational harvest season for snook starts Sept. 1 statewide with the exception of state waters from Pinellas/Hillsborough counties (including Tampa Bay) south to Gordon Pass in Collier County. These waters are catch-and-release for snook due to impacts from red tide.

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The South Dade Buccaneers are hoping the experience they gained last year will translate into a successful season in 2021.

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On Wednesday August 11th, FWC Officer Daniel Jones, along with Officer Ryan Livingston of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, responded to a Search and Rescue report of a missing diver near Calda Channel in Key West, Florida.

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Upping the ante in the courts, two pari-mutuel facilities have filed a second federal lawsuit challenging a 30-year gambling agreement reached by Gov. Ron DeSantis that gives the Seminole Tribe control over sports betting throughout Florida.

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Winter will come before water-quality issues can be fully addressed to help threatened manatees, which have already experienced a record number of deaths this year in Florida waters.

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South Floridians can now help launch a unique “Adopt-A-Net” Fall Migration fundraising campaign to benefit migrating birds, field research and community outreach. The campaign includes sponsorship levels and opportunities for the public to help replace worn “mist nets,” essential to Cape Flo…

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During initial rounds this past Sunday morning, zookeepers were unable to find “Gizmo,” a nearly 8 year old meerkat. Sadly, after a meticulous search of the habitat, both above and below ground, his lifeless body was located in what appeared to be a collapsed tunnel. Though zoo staff is stil…

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The Miami Hurricanes, coming off an 8-3 campaign and finishing 22nd in the final AP Poll, begin fall practices on Friday night with the defending champs looming in the opener on Sept. 4.

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FWC Investigator Chris Mattson was on unmarked water patrol in the area of Carysfort Eeef and Turtle Reef in North Key Largo. He was watching a vessel that had two occupants, and they were displaying a dive flag, although no one was actively diving.

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ proposed Lake Okeechobee release schedule unveiled last week appears to favor environmental concerns over agriculture and development, but the real divide between proponents and opponents is an east side-west side story.

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Lion Country Safari welcomed a male baby Plains zebra to its herd. The foal and mom are spending quality time together and are visible to guests from their cars in the Hwange section of the safari, along with the rest of the zebra herd. Lion Country Safari is home to largest herd of zebra on…

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New rules laying out the do’s and don’ts physicians must follow when certifying patients to smoke medical marijuana took effect last week, but it’s not clear that doctors or patients are fully aware of them.

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As boaters across the state take to Florida’s coast to scallop, UF/IFAS Extension and Florida Sea Grant agents ask enthusiasts to keep these tips in mind for a safe, fun and sustainable trip.