Calling on his party to embrace diversity, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush declared Thursday that Republicans will never win the presidency if they don’t campaign in “every nook and cranny” of the country — especially in Hispanic and African-American communities.
Robert Parker, who rose through the ranks of the Miami Dade Police Department and became its first African-American director, was found dead late Wednesday at his home along the intracoastal.
An annual report has revealed Major League Baseball’s racial and gender hiring numbers have remained stagnant and its percentage of African-American players only slightly rose.
Federal authorities are investigating a possible hate crime after three predominantly African-American Florida churches that were defaced with letters saying, “KKK.”
The African American vote is expected to play a big role in the governor’s race.
Florida Legislators kicked off a special session Thursday byproposing tweaks to seven of the 27 congressional districts to comply with a judge’s ruling.
Miami native Sybil Johnson passed away June 13th at the age of 93. She is gone but certainly not forgotten.
Looking for something to do this weekend that is a little out of the ordinary? Why not head to the Florida Keys for a stroll through history.
As part of its celebration of Black History Month at CBSMiami.com. Miami Herald photographer Carl Juste is in the spotlight. Juste has pulled together some of the most talented artists in the world to tell the story of what it means to be African American. As CBS4’s David Sutta explains, the exhibit uses photographs, paintings, even sculpture to illustrate how that identity has changed over the years.
While the Miami Heat tied the 2013 NBA Finals at 2-2 Thursday night, outside of South Florida, the San Antonio Spurs are the overwhelming selection for Americans to win the NBA championship.