An attorney announced Tuesday a lawsuit against a Hialeah school and a Miami event company, after a 15-year old girl suffered a major brain injury at a school event last year.
Senator Marco Rubio has a new target when it comes to the Affordable Care Act, Spanish Language media, specifically Univision and Telemundo.
Gov. Rick Scott and local officials will announce this week that a Univision-ABC joint venture for a new cable network will be based in Miami, likely bringing about 350 jobs to South Florida.
Hot on the heels of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s visit to South Florida, President Barack Obama arrived in Miami Thursday to drum up support from young voters.
University of Miami students who managed to win tickets to see President Barack Obama or his Republican challenger Mitt Romney can start picking up their tickets starting Monday.
In an effort to capture more young and Hispanic voters, both President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Governor Mitt Romney will be in Miami next week.
Are the companies behind Mickey Mouse and Don Francisco ready to get into the news business together, in English? Reports are circulating the two companies are in talks to do just that, targeted at Hispanics who speak English, and that they’d like to be running before election day.
Rick Santorum, coming off a drubbing at the hands of fellow conservative Newt Gingrich in South Carolina, cancelled his scheduled appearance at an Univision forum, at least according to Univision.
South Florida voters are sitting straight on the fence on the issue of resort casino gambling, and is gloomy about the local economy, according to a poll done last week for CBS4, The Miami Herald, Univision and El Nuevo Herald.
In the “No Surprise” department, the political squabble between the Univision network and US Senator Marco Rubio has been sent to the back burner as the GOP Primary approaches, allowing GOP candidates campaigning in Florida to appear on the channel or choice for thousands of Hispanic voters.