U.S. Shifts Policy, Resumes Haitian DeportationsThe U.S. has shifted its policy regarding Haiti and has resumed deportations.
Focus On South Florida: Travel With PurposeAn entrepreneur and avid globetrotter has devoted her travels to empowerting young woman and bringing hope into their lives.
Haiti Marks 6th Anniversary Of Devastating EarthquakeHaitian across South Florida marked the anniversary of a devastating earthquake that rocked the capital city of their homeland six years ago.
Second Man Wanted In Boynton Beach Murder Found In Haiti A man wanted in a Boynton Beach murder case is back in the United States after escaping to Haiti.
Young Girl From Haiti Gets Life-Saving Surgery In FloridaA young girl from Haiti with a tumor so big on her face was told she’d have to live that way for the rest of her life by doctors.
FinsOn4 Player Profile: Louis DelmasMiami Dolphins safety Louis Delmas is known as the Haitian Sensation.
Focus On South Florida: Project St. AnneProject St. Anne was founded in 2008 by a small group of women passionate about giving back to their community, Camp-Herrin, which is just south of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Diaz, Danticat Decry Deportations In Dominican RepublicTwo authors, with roots in a divided Caribbean island, are urging protests against the deportations of migrants from the Dominican Republic.
Haitian Man Pleads Guilty In US Migrant Smuggling CaseA Haitian man is facing U.S. prison time after pleading guilty to illegally smuggling migrants aboard a boat from the Bahamas.
North Miami Ex-Mayor Gets 5.5 Years For Mortgage FraudThe former mayor of North Miami has received a prison term of about 5.5. years for her role in a mortgage fraud scheme.
Bill Clinton On Hand For Opening Of New Marriott In Port au PrinceHaiti has celebrated a new step forward in their efforts to rebuild after the devastating 2010 earthquake.
Focus on South Florida: Haiti Documentary Filmmaker Join us on a journey with a Haitian-American filmmaker to find her roots. Four years in the making, Rachelle Salnave's documentary uncovered a movement of Haitians on a quest to change the face of their country ."La Belle Vie: The Good Life" premiered earlier this month at the Pan-African Film Festival in Los Angeles and the Toronto Black Film Festival.