Robert Runcie join us for an extended sit-down with the exciting and challenging prospects for the new school year.
With several school board seats up for grabs on primary day, we look at the importance of “voting for pubic education”.
We focus on Tuesday’s primary with a look at what everyone needs to know before they head to the polls.
The focus this week is the “Florida Youth Economic Development Conference”, held recently at Miami Dade College North campus.
A South Florida nonprofit has launched a pilot program that might be the solution young athletes and their parents have been looking for.
Project St. Anne was founded by a small group of Haitian women passionate about giving back to their community just outside Port-au-Prince.
Miami-Dade has the third-largest county park system in the united states, consisting of 270 parks and more than 13-thousand acres of land.
It’s a disturbing fact of life here in South Florida– we have some of the highest rates of new HIV cases in the nation. Since 2003, “The SMART Ride” has raised millions of dollars for organizations in our area that specialize in the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS. The SMART Ride is a 2-day 165-mile bike ride from Miami to Key West. One of the beneficiaries is the Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center in Broward. The CDTC helps families affected by HIV & AIDS. We focus on the ride, how you can get involved and the role of the CDTC in our community.
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitor’s Bureau has a new leader. Former Broward County Commissioner and Florida legislator Stacy Ritter took over in June as the bureau’s president. Her predecessor, Nikki Grossman served in that role for 21 years. The change at the top comes at a time when Broward County is enjoying record tourism growth. We focus on how Ritter’s plans for the bureau and how she plans to make her mark.
We focus on the upcoming presidential nominating conventions. What might we expect in Cleveland and Philadelphia? CBs4’s Jim DeFede, who hosts “Facing South Florida” offers his insight.