Top Miami news: Father of teen hero granted humanitarian visa; murder-for-hire trial begins; more

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Deliberations begin in murder-for-hire trial

Just before noon Thursday, state prosecutors wrapped up closing arguments in the trial of two men allegedly hired by Manuel Marin, a former Presidente Supermarket owner, to kill his then-wife’s lover.

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

Man faces felony charges after discharging gun near busy Miami Beach street

Eddie Reed, 34, is accused of firing a stolen gun Wednesday evening near 41st Street and Chase Avenue. The location is near a synagogue and an elementary school.

Read the full story on CBS Miami.

Developer plans hotel-condo tower at Miami Worldcenter

Dan Kodsi is launching his next Miami project, geared toward international buyers looking for crash pads that they can also rent. 

Read the full story on Real Deal Miami.

Father of teen hero granted visa to attend son's funeral

The father, who lives in Nicaragua, will get to say goodbye to his son. Cristian Burgos, 17, died while saving two people from drowning. 

Read the full story on CBS Miami.

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