Shortly after the devastating earthquake in Haiti two and a half years ago, a non-profit started by two University of Miami doctors opened one of the only critical care hospitals in the country.
It’s been nearly two and a half years since a catastrophic earthquake struck Haiti. The island nation is still recovering as witnessed first-hand by CBS4 News Anchor Shannon Hori.
Political chaos reigned in Haiti Friday and into Saturday after Prime Minister Garry Conille resigned from office shortly before he was to meet with the country’s president and ministers at the national palace, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
The Florida Senate approved a resolution Tuesday that asked the White House to fast-track visas for Haitians trying to join their relatives in the United States.
It was two years ago a massive 7.0 magnitude earthquake shook Haiti and crippled the Caribbean nation and here in South Florida, Haitians are marking the anniversary with a series of events to remember those lost and still homeless.
Haiti-born hip-hop star Wyclef Jean is defending his former charity once again over the way money raised for earthquake relief in Haiti was spent.
New numbers from the World Health Organization are providing a sobering look at how bad the health conditions in Haiti have become in 2011.
Haiti’s president is in Miami Saturday to meet with Haitian-Americans. It’s his first official trip to South Florida.
The American Civil Liberties Union and more than 50 other human rights groups and immigration advocates are asking United Nations officials to urge the U.S. to stop deporting convicted criminals to Haiti.
WASHINGTON (CBSMiami.com) – Tens of thousands of undocumented Haitians living in South Florida at the time the devastating Haitian earthquake hit will be allowed to remain in the US without fear of deportation for another […]