Ahbria Marshall joined the CBS4 News team in August 2012 as an Emma Bowen scholar. The Emma Bowen Foundation prepares minority youth for careers in the media industry through internships at partner companies. She now works in the web department as well as handles social media pages for the CBS4 Miami Personalities.
Ahbria is a full-time student at Florida International University, studying Public Relations and Communication Arts. She is a part of several academic programs and when she isn’t in the books you can find Ahbria hosting many of the FIU sports games, pep rallies and events.
She is a true Miami native; born and raised in the heart of Overtown and attended Miami Northwestern Senior High.
Ahbria has earned several titles to her name like the Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade Youth of the Year, Disney Dreamers Alumni with Steve Harvey and Essence Magazine, and Discus Awards Winner and All-Around Student.
She has also been featured on sports radio talk show WAXY 790 AM The Ticket and threw the first pitch at a Miami Marlins baseball game.
Good news for boaters in South Florida. Biscayne National Park’s Elliot Key reopened Thursday, after being closed for nearly 18 months.
In October 2012, high tides from Hurricane Sandy heavily damaged the docks Elliot Key, separating them from the seawall.
At the time, National Park Service decided to close the island to visitors and do some serious repairs.
Good news for Miami Heat fans. The NBA Playoffs have returned and so has White Hot Heat Week.
The world’s next Einstein, Darwin or Newton is said to possibly be in Generation Z, or in this case, could even be living right here in South Florida.
More than 500 job positions will be up for grabs at a mega job fair Tuesday in Ft. Lauderdale.
If you are a parent of a first grader, you should start preparing a speech on why they have to sit in a car seat.
It’s that time of year again. Tax forms from employers and banks are in the mail and identity thieves will be doing what they can to cash in, fraudulently, on Uncle Sam.
It’s been four years since the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti and killed more than 300,000 people.
Broward intersections will become a little less busy during the upcoming year. No, the amount of drivers won’t decrease, but the many panhandlers who stand in the streets seeking loose change will.
There’s some new additions to the Jungle Island family with a little bit of a funny name.