Mentoring Matters: Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez Giving Back Through Big Brothers Big SistersAddel Jean, 16, is a bit nervous on this day.
Social Media Posts Tell Stories Of Stoneman Douglas Students Returning To ClassStudents who survived the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School returned to class for the first time on Wednesday.
What Impact Would An Amazon HQ2 Have In South Florida?If Amazon’s second headquarters comes to South Florida, the impact could be both positive and negatives. Here's why.
American Airlines Joins United In Cashless Transactions At MIADon’t forget to pack your credit or debit card next time you travel on American or United Airlines out of Miami International Airport.
One Year After Fidel Castro's DeathIt was one year ago that former Cuban leader Fidel Castro died. His death sparked celebrations in the streets of Little Havana and days of mourning in Cuba but what has changed, if anything, since then?
Mentoring Matters: Mentor Celebrates 25 Years Of Service In The Girl ScoutsMarice Band is as sweet as the cookies her troop sells.
Federal Report: Climate Change Is Real, Humans Are The CauseThe largest climate science report ever published was released Friday and the nation's top scientists say climate change is real, and humans are the cause.
Trump Calls For Tougher Immigration Law After NYC Attack"We need strength, we need resolve," President Donald Trump said Wednesday in a call for eliminating the diversity visa program that allowed terror suspect Sayfullo Saipov to enter the U.S. from Uzbekistan in 2010.
Fmr. FEMA Dir. Says Trump 'Expanded Truth' On 'A+' Maria ResponseDonald Trump claims former FEMA Director gave him an A+ for his disaster response in Puerto Rico but Witt is now saying that's not true.
Mentoring Matters: Local South Florida Student Wins Prestigious PrizeChasity Hale was a young girl when she underwent a tracheotomy and several laser surgeries.
Hurricane Irma Further Weakens Cuba’s Crumbling InfrastructureCuba is just one of the many countries recovering from Hurricane Irma.
Documentary Showcases Emilia Teurbe Tolon, Cuba’s Betsy RossA Miami filmmaker is taking his audiences back 167 years to explore the history of Cuba.
Hurricane Andrew: One Of Those Events You Remember Where You Were When It HitHurricane Andrew is one of those events where you remember exactly where you were and who you were with.
Rep. Wasserman Schultz Distancing Herself From IT Staffer Facing Bank Fraud ChargesRep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is breaking her silence on the arrest of an IT staffer who also worked for several other Dems in Congress.
US Embassy Workers In Cuba Get Sick, Cuban Officials Asked To LeaveSome U.S. embassy workers in Havana, Cuba had to come back to the U.S. after suffering "physical symptoms," prompting an investigation.