Just before the sun rose Saturday morning, riders hit the streets for the Dolphins Cycling Challenge—all in the name of a good cause.
Tonye Jekiri stands just under 7-feet tall, and is a true sophomore on the University of Miami’s basketball team. Jekiri, who was born and raised in Nigeria, only became interested in the sport after a renown basketball coach in Nigeria spotted him.
Thousands of South Floridians are getting ready to lace up their racing shoes and jump on their bikes to ride in the fight against cancer at the 4th annual Dolphins Cycling Challenge.
With incredible new graphics and special effects, smartphones are getting smarter and smarter. But for some people, their phones are literally making them sick.
Miami Dolphins receiver Brian Hartline paid a visit to cancer patients in Miami today.
A breakthrough for an eye condition which affects tens of million of Americans is right here in South Florida. It’ not only treats the symptoms, but the problem.
Are you ready to ride in the battle against cancer? C.C. Schieffelin is definitely ready. She’s spinning for someone close to her heart.
Are you ready to ride in the battle against cancer? Wednesday afternoon, South Florida dignitaries, cyclists and physicians will held a news conference at Miami Dolphins Training Camp to talk about the upcoming, highly anticipated Dolphins Cycling Challenge IV.
Many people think they’re very savvy when it comes to keeping tabs on their credit scores and over finances. But even the savviest may have no idea how reporting agencies are keeping tabs on them.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) — The president of Miami’s Urban League is celebrating a whopping five decades on the job. T. Willard Fair took over at the young age of 24. “Anything of importance that has advanced […]