Family Of Journalist Slain By Islamic State Sues SyriaThe family of slain Miami journalist Steven Sotloff is suing Syria claiming the government of President Bashar Assad gave support to Islamic State militants who carried out their son's gruesome beheading.
UM Students Use Advertising To Support Local Charity GroupsStudents from the University of Miami’s School of communications are putting their skills to the test. They’re creating advertising campaigns to benefit local organizations in need.
Journalist's Sister Calls Airstrike On "Jihadi John" A Little Bit Of JusticeThe sister of Miami journalist Steven Sotloff, who was beheaded by ISIS terrorists in the Syrian desert last year, is expressing some relief after hearing that he may have been killed in a U.S. drone strike.
Steven Sotloff Memorial Commemorated At Pinecrest GardensThe Steven Sotloff Pinecrest Memorial commemoration was held at the Pinecrest Gardens on Saturday.
Miami Journalist Steven Sotloff HonoredMiami journalist Steven Sotloff was honored Monday in Washington D.C.
Obama Takes On Hurricane Preps & Climate ChangeOn his second day in South Florida, President Barack Obama used his annual hurricane briefing to warn about climate change and also made a significant stop before his departure.
Memorial Artwork Commemorates Life Of Slain Pinecrest JournalistA vibrant piece of art is now on display in Fort Lauderdale in honor of a South Florida man killed at the hands of ISIS terrorists.
Steven Sotloff Honored At BattleFrog Obstacle RaceFriends and family honored slain journalist Steven Sotloff during an obstacle race in Hialeah over the weekend.
Parents Of Slain American Journalist Light Menorah CandleAs South Floridans celebrate the start of Hanukkah, the family of murdered journalist Steven Sotloff were set to honor him on Tuesday.
Busch Gardens Removes Some Props After Complaints As Halloween approaches, Busch Gardens theme parks removed some props from the attractions after people in Virginia complained about decapitated heads.
Dade Commissioners Urge Congress To Revoke Citizenship Of ISIL FightersMiami-Dade Commissioners passed a resolution on Monday which urged the federal government to revoke the citizenship and passports of any United States citizen who fights for the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
Congressional Resolution Honors Slain South Florida JournalistMembers of the U.S. House from Florida and New Hampshire introduced a resolution honoring the lives of two American journalists, including one from South Florida, who were beheaded by Islamic State militants in Syria.