Top Miami news: Miami ramps up Bahamas relief efforts; firefighter medics head to the islands; more

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American Airlines mechanic charged with trying to sabotage Miami flight amid labor dispute

Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani, a mechanic at American's Miami hub, was charged with "willfully damaging, destroying, disabling, or wrecking an aircraft."

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Miami firefighter medics head to Bahamas

The City of Miami is sending firefighter medics to the Bahamas to help those in need in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.

Read the full story on Graham Media: WPLG Local 10.

Miami Beach commissioners try to challenge state's lax gun laws

At a meeting next week, the Miami Beach City Commission will vote to back state Sen. Annette Taddeo's bill that would allow local governments to make their own decisions about gun restrictions.

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Body found in Miami River

A body was found Thursday morning in the Miami River. The body could be that of a person who was seen jumping into the water Wednesday morning near Jose Marti Park.

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Miami ramps us Bahamas relief efforts

Miami has already delivered 67 pallets of food and supplies with the help of Norwegian Cruise Lines to the Bahamas, and Mayor Francis Suarez says the city is working to deliver more aid.

Read the full story on CBS Miami.

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