Changes to the amount of goods travelers can bring into Cuba are leaving many Cuban-Americans upset.
The number of items people can bring into Cuba from the U.S. is about to change.
Amid a criminal investigation, the fate of ex-Florida Congressman David Rivera, may rely mostly on a woman who was his close friend.
Navarro, a Miami-based discount pharmacy that’s been in South Florida for more than 50 years, is being bought out by CVS Caremark.
Democratic Candidate are courting a group which may not have favored them in the past.
Jorge Labarga, set to be the state’s first Cuban-American Chief of Justice, will be sworn-in Monday by the Florida Supreme Court.
Former students and city leaders gathered at Miami High School Friday to see it in its new glory.
Could a push for business between the U.S. and Cuba be in the future? An increasing number of Florida’s powerful Cuban-American business and civic leaders — long the gatekeepers of U.S. policy toward Cuba — are going public with their desire to increase dialogue and even business between the two countries.
A South Florida inline skater who traded his wheels for ice skates, is headed to the Sochi Olympics, making him the second Cuban-American from Miami to make it to the U.S. Winter Olympic team.
The Miami neighborhood where inaugural poet Richard Blanco grew up, in many ways, resembles Cuba his family left behind. Down the street, a man sells avocados from a small table. His favorite bakery, a few blocks north, serves guava pastries and cafe con leche.