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The Lower Atlantic Coast encompasses a three-county area of the southeastern part of the U.S. state of Florida. The metropolitan area covers the counties of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach. The area is commonly referred to as simply "South Florida" and is roughly synonymous with the term Gold Coast.

Because the population of South Florida is largely confined to a strip of land between the Atlantic Ocean and the Everglades, the Miami Urbanized Area (that is, the area of contiguous urban development) is about 110 miles long (north to south), but never more than twenty miles wide, and in some areas only five miles wide (east to west). South Florida is longer than any other urbanized area in the United States except for the New York metropolitan area.

 

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South Florida News from The Sun-Sentinel

With an eye on the future, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is laying out his plans for an "innovative economy" and "revolutionized higher education system" in his first major domestic pol...

 

Florida State has dismissed freshman quarterback De'Andre Johnson from the team on the same day that prosecutors released video showing him punching a woman at a bar.

 

A Florida man who sent a selfie photo of himself smiling on a trail above Alaska's capital city died after apparently falling down a rocky outcrop, Alaska State Troopers said Monday.

 

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is on track to sweep past Pluto next week despite hitting a "speed bump" that temporarily halted science collection.

 

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The popular ridesharing service Uber has announced it is leaving Broward County.

 

In a story July 6 about Hillary Rodham Clinton's policy research efforts, The Associated Press misspelled the name of the president of Miami Dade College. It is Eduardo Padron, not Patron.

 

The Mexican Navy says it has rescued 12 Cuban men who were found aboard a makeshift raft off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula.

 

Steven Rebenstorf has numerous flags flying atop his canopy tent inside Daytona International Speedway.

 

In a story July 5 about a Florida woman driving her car through her house, The Associated Press reported erroneously the city where the crash happened. It happened in Seminole, not Sanford.

 
 

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