Cypress Creek Could Undergo Bold RevitalizationOne of South Florida's busiest business districts could soon become the latest South Florida area to undergo major redevelopment.
Mentoring Matters: Teaching The Language Of MoneyMentors, like Diana Thompson who created the Student Finance League, dedicate their time teaching others the language of money in business and life.
Remembrance Ceremonies Mark 50th Year Of Martin Luther King Jr.'s AssassinationAll across the country, Americans gathered to remember the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Junior.
Parkland Student: 'Politicians Won’t Care Unless We Get Out There'Tragedies at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and Thurgood Marshall Academy have created a bond between the two schools.
11 Years Later, Family Of Missing Robert Levinson Not Giving Up HopeA Coral Springs family marked a somber anniversary on Thursday. 
Mentoring Matters: Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez Giving Back Through Big Brothers Big SistersAddel Jean, 16, is a bit nervous on this day.
Social Media Posts Tell Stories Of Stoneman Douglas Students Returning To ClassStudents who survived the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School returned to class for the first time on Wednesday.
What Impact Would An Amazon HQ2 Have In South Florida?If Amazon’s second headquarters comes to South Florida, the impact could be both positive and negatives. Here's why.
American Airlines Joins United In Cashless Transactions At MIADon’t forget to pack your credit or debit card next time you travel on American or United Airlines out of Miami International Airport.
One Year After Fidel Castro's DeathIt was one year ago that former Cuban leader Fidel Castro died. His death sparked celebrations in the streets of Little Havana and days of mourning in Cuba but what has changed, if anything, since then? 
Mentoring Matters: Mentor Celebrates 25 Years Of Service In The Girl ScoutsMarice Band is as sweet as the cookies her troop sells.
Federal Report: Climate Change Is Real, Humans Are The CauseThe largest climate science report ever published was released Friday and the nation's top scientists say climate change is real, and humans are the cause.

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