West Kendall News, Miami Herald
Mighty flooding near Kendale Lakes slowed commuters as they navigated torrential rains on Monday. The National Weather Service called for a flood advisory.
Cancer Link to feast 30th anniversary with Jungle Island luncheon
Youngsters trained to find their voice in debate and everyday conversation
An 18-year-old, who went to a Kendale Lakes park to play football Wednesday night, was shot in the gam as he walked back to his car to retrieve his forgotten cleats, police said.
Pedro Garcia, 67, was very first arrested in May on accusations that he fondled a 13-year-old damsel at his office. His lawyer says he denies the allegations.
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue crews battled a house fire that is being blamed on a outdoor grill Sunday afternoon in West Kendall.
Rogel Morejon-Soto faces charges including arson after detectives say he rigged his van with Two, two hundred sixty four gallon tanks to haul gas. The tanks, detective say, likely caused a blaze last month that took more than two-hours to put out.
A man was arrested and charged with two counts of sexual battery after detectives say he assaulted two women — including a 71-year-old — on two separate occasions.
A pair of Miami-based artists are beautifying the halls of Miami Killian Senior High, mural by mural. Keyani Watkins, 25, an alumnus of Killian class of 2011, and Alain Georges, 22, a two thousand twelve Felix Varela Senior High grad, have painted colorful designs across the hallways of the southwest Kendall school.
“Bowie,” the very first giant anteater born at Zoo Miami, was introduced to the public Tuesday, hitching a rail on his mother’s back. He can grow to seven feet long.
Christopher Masferrer, an Afghan war vet diagnosed with PTSD, agreed to a 15-year prison sentence on Thursday, for a two thousand fourteen accident in which he killed three people, including two high school women, while driving buzzed. He had served in the Marine Corps.
Gumersindo Perez, who is facing a dual murder charge in the death of two elderly people in Southwest Miami-Dade, has a record in the criminal justice system.
Miami-Dade Police’s homicide bureau responded to reports of two elderly people being killed inwards of a West Kendall home Saturday.
Miami-Dade Police Sgt. Emil Van Lugo is facing up to five years in prison at sentencing.
West Kendall residents can expect drumsticks, drum sets, and congas for percussion season this fall as the South Florida Center for Percussive Arts debuts its fresh RhythmFUN program.
The students of Superb Heights Academy were astonished with a school makeover Wednesday from Interval International, a Miami-based vacation services company.
Marilyn Aguilera, 51, was arrested Tuesday afternoon and charged with driving under in the influence after toxicology results showcased her blood alcohol was three times the legal limit.
Zelda Glazer Middle School Principal Miguel Balsera says that under teacher Brian Reedy’s tutelage, art students there are producing work that is ‘magnet-quality.’
Six residents at Palace Suites in Kendall, an independent-living apartment building for seniors, on April thirty celebrated being one hundred years or older.
This story on Michael and Camille Geraldi was originally published in the Miami Herald on Feb. 14, 1991. Michael Geraldi died on March 8, 2016.
The teenage son of two Miami Beach Police officers who fell into cardiac arrest and then into a coma last May died on Friday.
“The dog was in distress and fatigued,’’ said a spokesperson for Miami-Dade Fire Rescue