Top Miami news: Dozens arrested, weapons seized in crackdown; Inter Miami loses argument over name

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Miami.

E-sports investor sues Echo Fox for damages 

The suit is the latest legal flare-up in the aftermath of the collapse of Echo Fox, which went from a gaming powerhouse to a virtual nonentity in just a few years. Amit Raizada is suing for damages against the online gaming company he invested in, claiming the co-founder publicly defamed him.

Read the full story on MiamiNewTimes.

Inter Miami FC loses argument in lawsuit over team name

Inter Miami FC and Major League Soccer lost a key battle Monday in a lawsuit brought by Italian soccer club Inter Milan, which claims the term "Inter" is synonymous with their club. A decision is expected by the end of this year.

Read the full story on NBC6.

Dozens arrested in gun violence crackdown in Miami-Dade

Dozens of weapons are off the street and around 150 suspects were arrested as part of a joint effort by the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office, local law enforcement and federal agencies to combat gun violence. The operation lasted for 30 days in January and ended with 48 weapons seized, officials said.

Read the full story on NBC6.

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