Top Miami news: Neo-Nazi threatens city's Hispanics; no-drone zones during Super Bowl; more

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Neo-Nazi pleads guilty to threatening to murder Miami Hispanics

Eric Lin, 35, who posted hateful online threats, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to knowingly and intentionally transmitting a threatening communication. He faces up to five years in prison.

Read the full story on MiamiNewTimes.

Actor Pablo Lyle asks judge to allow travel to Mexico

Soap opera star Pablo Lyle was back in front of a Miami-Dade judge Wednesday to seek permission to travel to Mexico amid his ongoing manslaughter case. 

Read the full story on NBC6.

FAA orders 'no-drone zones' to protect Super Bowl crowds 

The FAA will be installing safety nets over the convention center and much of South Beach and downtown Miami starting the Monday before the Super Bowl.  No-drone zones from the ground up to 2,000 feet will also be in effect.

Read the full story on NBC6.

Naked woman caught on camera walking through airport

A woman who took off her clothes as she walked through the baggage claim area of Miami International Airport on Monday night has been taken into custody.

Read the full story on CBS Miami.

Officer's body cam shows him evacuating residents as fire blazes nearby

A Miami-Dade police officer was in the right place at the right time to save several people after a shed and fence behind two multi-unit residences went up in flames.

Read the full story on CBS Miami.

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