It’s crunch time in the control room of Stingtown News at Miami Senior High School as the anchor team, video editors and production crew are getting ready for their morning newscast.
Drivers will face road closures if they head north on I-95 or west on I-595 Sunday morning, but it will be for a good cause.
In the midst of Friday night foot traffic on Miami Beach, longboarders beat the pavement with purpose.
A former Broward Sheriff’s Deputy is battling a rare blood cancer and is asking for the community’s help to fight the disease.
A Michigan middle school teacher, who encouraged her students when they wanted to raise money for the family of Miami teen Trayvon Martin, was fired and she wants an explanation from the school administration.
“A Night in Bollywood” has quickly become the most fun fundraiser in South Florida.
President Barack Obama arrived in South Florida Thursday to promote an energy strategy that the administration says will reduce dependence on foreign oil in the long term.
The Florida Democratic Party is about to answer the question what happens when you throw a “legislative appreciation party” and no legislators show up.
The “World’s Largest Ice Cream Social,” a partnership between Cold Stone Creamery and the Make-A-Wish Foundation, will help grant the wishes of children who have life-threatening medical conditions.
Even without Jerry Lewis, the Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon posted its best gain since the recession started, though the program’s longtime host was on the minds of many during the 46th annual fundraiser.