Organizers Declare Ultra An Electrifying SuccessUltra organizers on Monday declared the 18th annual electronic festival on Biscayne Bay an electrifying success.
City, County, State Work Together To Prevent Spread Of Zika VirusSouth Florida’s rainy season is nearly upon us and that means mosquitos, lots of mosquitos, which is why local government and health officials met with Governor Rick Scott Monday to discuss the prevention of the spread of the Zika virus.
Presidential Honor For Student's Selfless ActionsA South Florida student has recognized by the President of the United States for her passion when it comes to giving back.
Flights Canceled Due To Winter Weather Up NorthA major winter storm up north has forced the cancellation of thousands of flights nationwide.
Family Of Murder Victim Hoping Increased Reward Will Bring Killer To JusticeThere is new attention being given to an unsolved murder from nearly two years ago.
South Floridians Make Their Voices Heard For Women's DayOn this International Women's Day, dozens of South Florida women gathered outside the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services offices - united and making their voices heard.
Back To School For Young Stars Of 'Moonlight'Fresh from the Oscars, Alex Hibbert, Jaden Piner and Tanisha Cidel, their drama teacher, are back in school, but things are a little different.
Miami-Made "Moonlight" Shines At The OscarsA couple of Norland Middle School students won't be in class on Monday, but they've got a really, really good reason.
Cops Serve Up Fast Food To Raise Money For Fallen HeroesPolice officers are serving up some of McDonald's finest to raise money for families of Florida's fallen heroes.
Deadly Shooting At NW Dade Apartment ComplexAn investigation is underway into a deadly overnight shooting at a northwest Miami-Dade apartment complex.
Race Ends In Fiery Crash On Collins Ave. In Miami BeachSeveral people are being questioned after a fiery crash on Collins Avenue in Miami Beach.
10-Year-Old 'Girlpreneur' Turns Bullying Into Positive Message, Doll CompanyTen-year-old Zoe Terry is a fifth grader who knows what she wants and knows what she is doing – spreading love and confidence one doll at a time.

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