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Miramar is a diverse city in Florida that is located on the edge of the Florida Everglades.. Its motto is "Beauty and Progress," which has been changed from "The Center of Everything." Less than half of the city is White-Caucasian. The remaining ethnicities include Hispanic, Native American, Asian, Pacific Islander, and African American. The city has the fifth highest percentage of the population of Jamaican residents in the United States. There are also significant populations of Colombian, Dominican, Cuban, and Haitian residents.

Population: 72739
Local Newspapers: Miami Herald Sun Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: Florida Marlins (MLB) Florida Panthers (NHL) Miami Dolphins (NFL) Miami Fusion (MLS) Miami Heat (NBA) Miami Sol (WNBA) Miami Hurricanes
Local Colleges: Strayer University

Zip Codes associated with miramar, florida: 33023 33025 33027 33029
Towns/Cities near miramar, florida : Miami Gardens Pembroke Pines Cooper City

Miramar News
Preview of The Week Ahead: 10/22 - 10/28

From global summits to grand openings, there's a lot happening in South Florida over the next few days. Here's a preview of The Week Ahead: Alleged Murderer to Appear in Court: Cid Torrez, the Miramar man convicted of murdering his wife, will go before a judge Monday for a court-ordered competency hearing.

Miramar's generosity to private business stirs outrage

City commissioners gave the Hollywood businessman $150,000 in 2014 to make improvements to his shopping center on Miramar Parkway. Last month, they threw $350,000 more his way.

Roxanne Vargas becomes WTVJ's weekend morning anchor

Roxanne Vargas has been named the new weekend morning anchor for WTVJ-Ch. 6, the Fort Lauderdale -Miami NBC affiliate.

Score one for Frederica Wilson

Video from 2015 shows full speech of Rep. Frederica Wilson at dedication ceremony of new FBI building in Miramar, Florida, named for two slain FBI agents. The speech has drawn attention after White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly criticized her for claiming "she got the money" for the new building.

Lanes reopen after University Drive accident in Miramar

Traffic is still backed up following a Friday morning accident on University Drive in Miramar, but some lanes have reopened. The accident involving a car and an 18-wheeler, which included spilled fuel, initially forced the road's closure between Miramar Parkway and County Line Road, according to news reports.

Oil-drilling plan revived for Broward Everglades

A great egret, one of many wading bird species found in the area of the Everglades proposed for an exploratory oil well. A great egret, one of many wading bird species found in the area of the Everglades proposed for an exploratory oil well.

Salaries of Miramar's 5 legislative aides draw complaints

Six years ago the Miramar city commission had one secretary who was paid $40,000 a year. Now it has five "legislative aides" with salaries ranging from $62,000 to $80,000 annually.

Miramar man accused of fatally shooting husband, police say

A Miramar man told police his suicidal husband shot and killed himself - but the body of Bernard Cornelius Gay told a different story, according to detectives and the Broward County Medical Examiner's Office. When Miramar police arrived on April 23 at the apartment shared by Gay, 31, and Billy Lee Wilkerson, 40, they found Gay on the front porch, bloody and still breathing while bent over a pool of blood.

Driver of stolen van caught after escaping in Lyft car, cops say

A driver of a stolen van ran away and jumped into a Lyft car after a Miramar police officer stopped him Wednesday, an agency spokeswoman said. It all began after the traffic stop just before 9 a.m. near the 7000 block of Pembroke Road when the blue Chrysler Town & County minivan that had been stolen in Hollywood pulled into a Chevron gas station.

These Numbers Show Just How Bad Trump Has Been for Immigrants

ICE agents monitoring a protest against recent silent raids outside the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement building in Miramar, Fla. The protest arose after two local immigrants showed up for their regular check-in at the Miramar immigration office and were detained and deported.

Is Broward named for a racist? Courthouse statue controversy raises question

A movement to relocate the statue of former Gov. Napoleon Bonaparte Broward, because of his allegedly racist views, is gaining traction. A movement to relocate the statue of former Gov. Napoleon Bonaparte Broward, because of his allegedly racist views, is gaining traction.

Young man is struck with pool cue in Davie

A 17-year-old young man was brutally beaten by a stranger with a pool cue at the Toscana Apartment complex in Davie on Sept. 22, 2017.

Every University of Phoenix location in Florida is halting on-campus enrollment

The University of Phoenix, the largest for-profit chain in the county, is stopping in-person enrollment at more than 20 campuses and learning centers around the nation, including the five Florida locations. The University of Phoenix, the largest for-profit chain in the county, is stopping in-person enrollment at more than 20 campuses and learning centers around the nation, including the five Florida locations.

Video shows crooks stealing cigarettes from Miramar Sam's Club

The Miramar Police Department is asking the publics' help in identifying a group of thieves who stole a large amount of cigarettes from a Miramar Sam's Club on Sept. 9, 2017.

One killed in when car hits tree on Pembroke Road

A 61-year-old Miami Gardens man was killed Saturday when the car he was driving left the road and smashed into a tree alongside Pembroke Road, authorities said. Arthur A. Ewing was at the wheel of a 2002 Chevrolet and traveling westbound in the 11300 block of Pembroke Road at 9:49 p.m. when the crash occurred, according to Pembroke Pines police.

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