Top News Headlines: Theft Arrests, COVID-19 Vaccine Controversy, DACA Ruling, and New Train Service

2023-09-14 12:52:39

Today is Thursday, September 14 and these are the main news of the day:

1.- After a police operation in Miami-Dade, a person allegedly related to the theft of luxury vehicles was arrested; cars that according to authorities had been stolen and were in a house located at 201st Street and 59th Court in northwest Miami-Dade. It has not yet been possible to confirm where the cars were stolen, or how they got to the house where they were found and recovered by several law enforcement agencies that carried out the operation.

2.- Miami-Dade police arrested Ben Dvir, 47, who is charged with grand theft for allegedly embezzling money from the Blue condominium association in northeast Miami. According to the arrest report, the defendant was removed from the board in January of this year and after a review of the association’s bank accounts they realized that he was using the monetary funds for his own benefit. Dvir was released on bail this Wednesday afternoon, but did not comment on the matter.

3.- Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said that he does not respect the new guidance from the CDC or the FDA on the new COVID-19 vaccines. This was said by him along with the state surgeon general, Joseph Ladapo, who does not advise using boosters against COVID-19 for those under 65 years of age, based on the fact that they supposedly lack a clinical trial in humans and evidence of benefit or effectiveness. Let us remember that on Tuesday, the CDC recommended the new updated vaccines for ages 6 months and older.

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4.- A federal judge declared a revised version of DACA illegal. We talked about the federal policy that prevents the deportation of hundreds of thousands of immigrants who came to the United States as children. The judge ruled in favor of Texas and eight other states that sued to stop the deferred action program. The judge’s ruling was expected to eventually be appealed to the Supreme Court of Justice. The judge also prohibited approving new DACA applications, but left the program intact for existing recipients during the appeals process.

5.- Brightline announced that train service between Orlando and South Florida will begin on September 22, in just over a week. Thus, this high-speed train line will link Miami, Aventura, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and West Palm Beach, with the Orlando International Airport. For a limited time, fares to the final destination will start at $79 for adults and $39 for children.

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