100-Year-Old Pearl Harbor Survivor Recalls Historic AttackRetired Air Force sergeant Joseph Iscovitz was 25 years old and stationed at Pearl Harbor when the Japanese suddenly attacked 75 years ago on December 7th.
No Tears Shed By Miami Exiles For Castro FuneralCuban exile Armando Garcia was at the Versailles restaurant in Miami's Little Havana on Sunday when Fidel Castro was being interred in the island's eastern city of Santiago.
FIU Student Shot To Death In Sweetwater Parking GarageInvestigators are trying to determine what led to the murder of a FIU student in the parking garage of an apartment building in Sweetwater.
Princess Cruise Lines To Pay $40 Million For Dumping Waste In OceanPrincess Cruise Lines has been ordered to pay the largest-ever criminal penalty for the intentional pollution of ocean waters.
Celebrations Continue In Little Havana On SundaySouth Florida is continuing to celebrate the death of Fidel Castro with the jubilation spanning several generations of Cuban people.
For Cuban Exiles, Relief & Peace Arise After Dictator's DeathFor Cuban exiles everywhere, it has been an emotional and long-awaited day.
Cubans In Miami Celebrate, Look To Brighter FutureThe atmosphere around Miami's La Carreta restuarant was festive and similar to a carnival a night after the controversial Cuban leader Fidel Castro passed away at the age of 90.
Thanksgiving Turns Into Life-Changing Holiday For Triplets With TumorsThanksgiving turned into a truly life-changing, life-saving holiday for the parents of triplets.
Students March To Make Homestead School A 'Sanctuary Campus'One of the campaign promises made by President-elect Donald Trump is that he would crack down on so-called "sanctuary cities," or cities that don't help federal authorities seize undocumented aliens.
Flood Of Trouble: Supermoon Impacts Seasonal King TidesA special treat in the sky for the next couple of days as the Moon passes closer to Earth than it has in most of our lifetimes.
Wynwood Protesters Want Trump To Know They're Watching Him CloselyVoters against President-elect Donald Trump protested peacefully along the streets of Miami Saturday night.
Florida Sees Historic Early Voting Turnout"Put your phones on mute as you go through the door," an announcement is heard Saturday morning as voters line up at a polling station in Miami.