Facing South Florida: The V-A ScandalNew developments in Jim’s ongoing investigation. This week Jim confronts local VA officials—the director of the Miami V-A, and its embattled chief of staff.
Facing South Florida: One-on-One with Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Jim sits down with Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen to discuss David Rivera's decision to run for his old seat in Congress, he chances of immigration reform, Venezuela, Obamacare, VA issues and much more.
Cuban Woman Granted Visa For Stem Cell Donation A visa approval for a Cuban woman wanting to come to the U.S., now means she can come to Miami to donate stem cells to her sister with leukemia.
Facing South Florida: Miami-Dade GOP Gathers for Lincoln Day DinnerRepublican heavy hitters like Florida Speaker of the House Will Weatherford use the opportunity of their annual Lincoln Day dinner to talk about the future of the party in state politics and celebrate the leadership of Gov. Rick scott, who was also in attendance.
Fmr. Marine Freed From Mexican Prison Now In HospitalThe South Florida Marine Veteran released from a Mexican prison late last week had to be taken to an emergency room in Louisiana.
Romney's Son Courts Hispanic Vote In MiamiAbout a week after he and his father did a quick swing through South Florida to stump for votes and raise funds, Craig Romney was back in Miami on Tuesday to talk politics and the race for the Oval Office.
Some S. Florida Voters Hit The Polls Early, Some Still UndecidedAt an early voting location in Doral Monday, Republican voter Star Brutto didn't hesitate when asked who she voted for in the GOP presidential primary.
Local Artists And First Responders Lend Hand To JapanOne man is painting messages on paper, collecting money for his family and friends back in Japan.