FIU Grad Killed In New Jersey Train Crash Had 'Genuine Heart'Everything seemed to stop when Fabiola Bittar de Kroon's former co-worker learned she had died after a New Jersey commuter train crash.
Death Investigation Underway At FIU DormMiami-Dade Police are investigating a death at a dorm of a South Florida university.
Hurricanes Will Not Suspend Basketball Recruit Arrested For BatteryUM has confirmed a basketball player arrested for allegedly attacking a man inside his ex-girlfriend's dorm room will not be suspended.
UM's Star Basketball Recruit Arrested For BatteryUniversity of Miami's star basketball recruit was arrested, accused of attacking a man he found in his ex-girlfriend's dorm room.
Poll: Majority Of Cuban-Americans Oppose U.S. Embargo, Shows Shifting Views Nearly 70 percent of Cuban-Americans in Miami-Dade County support open diplomatic relations with Cuba, according to a new poll.
Hoosiers Roll Over FIU Panthers 34-13A fourth-quarter deficit, on the road, in a season-opening game with a new quarterback wasn't exactly the scenario Indiana would have chosen for itself.
Libertarian Presidential Candidate Pushes To Debate Trump, ClintonLibertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson stopped by a South Florida favorite Thursday.
Libertarian Party Presidential Candidate In South FloridaLibertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson is taking his campaign to South Florida for the first time.
Study: False Pricing Costs U.S. $2.3 TrillionCorporate tax evasion and money laundering have cost the U.S. nearly $2.3 trillion in lost taxes, according to a study by a professor at Florida International University.
FIU Loses Appeal In Trademark Infringement CaseA federal appeals court has rejected a trademark-infringement lawsuit filed by Florida International University against the for-profit Florida National University.
Trial Underway For FIU Student Accused Of Sexual AssaultTrial got underway Tuesday for a Florida International University student accused of sexually assaulting another student at dormitory last year.
FIU Professor Charged With Rape To Go Before JudgeA Florida International University business professor accused of drugging and raping his housekeeper is expected to go before a judge in Ft. Lauderdale.

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