A group of young adults became U.S. citizens at two South Florida ceremonies on Friday.
Federal officials announced changes to travel and trade restrictions for Cuba which have been in place for over 50 years.
Its Mr. 305’s birthday and what better way to celebrate than with the City of Miami’s Mayor, and other state and local officials, to announce the expansion of a public charter school in the city.
Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine led the commission in a somber ceremony Wednesday morning to remember and honor the men and women who lost their lives in the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.
The mass shooting at Charlie Hebdo, a satirical weekly in Paris, was heartbreaking for French-Americans living in South Florida. Isabelle Lambert is grieving the loss of a good friend who gunned down at the Paris paper.
A five year old Tampa girl died after her father threw her off a bridge on the approach to the Sunshine Skyway early Thursday morning.
The New Year began with a momentous occasion for many same-sex couples in Florida after a federal judge cleared the way for marriage.
Car sales for the month December in 2014 were stronger than they have been in several years according to South Florida dealerships.
In Cuba, the moments after the news broke of the Cuban spies release, those living in the island took to social media to express their excitement.
An annual tradition in one Little Havana neighborhood as hundreds of people camp out for days to receive a free holiday meal basket.