With less than a week until Thanksgiving, and the official start of the holiday season, we focus on an organization whose mission is to end hunger.
Inspiring young people toward academic achievement, increased self-confidence and the building of essential life skills.
We focus on the significance of Give Miami Day, how The Miami Foundation works and we showcase one local nonprofit that has recently received a grant from it.
We focus on the slow recovery effort in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria slammed the island.
The annual Komen Race for the Cure is this October 14th.
One in five women in Miami-Dade County lives in poverty and women in Miami make on average 87 cents to every dollar made by men.
South Florida continues to recover from the impact of Hurricane Irma.
As we mark the 16th anniversary of 9-11, Fort Lauderdale will again host the “Tunnel to Towers” 5-K Run and Walk.
The “Live Like Bella” Foundation was founded in 2013, in memory of Bella Rodriguez-Torres.
According to the Association of Medical Colleges, within the next decade, there could be a nationwide shortage of as many as 10-thousand physicians.