Haiti Earthquake

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Haitians Granted Extended Temporary Residency

Haitians who fled to the U.S. after a powerful earthquake rocked their homeland in 2010 will be able to stay and work here legally a while longs.


Rev. Jesse Jackson sits down with CBS4's Jawan Strader.  (CBS4)

CBS4’s Jawan Strader Sits Down With Rev. Jesse Jackson

Well known civil rights leader, and sometimes controversial activist, Rev. Jesse Jackson is not one known for holding his tongue.


(Photo Credit: CBS4) Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez

Mayor Gimenez To Travel To Haiti

Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez will visit Haiti on Monday to view recovery efforts since the January 2010 earthquake.


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Lynn University Honors Students Lost In Haiti

Lynn University dedicated the Remembrance Plaza Friday morning to recognize the six people from the school who died during the 2010 Haiti earthquake.


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Feds Forced To Release Hundreds Of Haitain Detainees

Nearly 700 Haitians slated to be sent back to their homeland were released from U.S. holding facilities in 2010 because of a year long moratorium on deportations.


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U.S. Work Visa Program Extended To Haiti

America could be the new land of opportunity for thousands of Haitians struggling to survive in their home country.


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Sen. Rubio Assessing Rebuilding Efforts In Haiti

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio hopped a flight to Haiti early Monday morning. As a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Rubio is meeting with the government leaders to review U.S.-backed efforts to help the Caribbean country rebuild two years after a devastating earthquake.


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FIU Students Arrested After Demonstration On Campus

Seven Florida International University students were arrested Thursday night after police say they refused to disperse at an unsanctioned rally on campus.


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A Tale Of Two Haitis At FIU Panel Discussion

It seemed like a tale of two Haitis at Florida International University on Thursday morning. A panel discussion on the anniversary of Haiti’s earthquake seemed to paint two very different pictures about the progress, or lack there of, the island has made since the ground shook in 2010.


Pascale and Jacques Francis from Homestead are waiting for their adoption of two children from Haiti to be finalized. (Source: CBS4)

Homestead Couple Awaits Final Ruling On Haiti Adoptions

At just two years old Charlie Francis has quite a story. He was one of the youngest survivors of the earthquake that rocked Haiti on January 12th, 2010. Pascale and Jacques Francis from Homestead were in the process of adopting Charlie when the quake hit.