Miami Proud: ReServe Harnesses The Power Of Adults 50 & Older By Providing Job PlacementsMany adults look forward to retirement, but others struggle to find work after 50, and some just want to stay working but part-time.
Davie Teacher Natalie Stuart Used TikTok To Help Keep Students Engaged During PandemicA third-grade teacher in Davie went above and beyond to meet her students where they were, at home and on TikTok, to make sure they stayed engaged while learning virtually during the pandemic.
Miami Proud: Missing Front Legs, Happy Puppy Roo Gets Fur-Ever HomeWatching the playful and happy puppy chewing on a squeaky toy, it is clear that Roo is gleefully unaware of how lucky he is after being adopted.
South Florida Demonstrators Say Enough Is Enough, Time For Freedom In CubaIt's been more than a week since protests began in Cuba calling for freedom and South Florida Cuban Americans have kept their promise to stay in the streets in a show of solidarity.
Family Of Five From Argentina Among Unaccounted For In SurfsideA dedicated mother to her 7-year-old daughter Stella, that is how those who know Graciela Cattarossi describe her.
President Biden Meets With Surfside Families, Prays At 'Wall Of Hope' On Thursday, President Joe Biden met privately with the families affected by the condo collapse in Surfside, at the St. Regis Hotel in Bal Harbour.
Photos Of The Missing Adorn Fence Near Surfside Collapsed Building; Families Wait For NewsPhotos of the missing, along with flyers, flowers and candles adorn a fence near the site of the collapsed condo in Surfside, as family members wait for news about their loved ones.
Famed South Florida Neurosurgeon Dr. Barth Green Retiring: 'The Opportunity To Help People Will Be Even Greater Now'After decades of treating thousands of patients, world-renowned South Florida surgeon Dr. Barth Green, performed his final surgery at Jackson Memorial Hospital on Friday morning and received a touching tribute from his colleagues.
Two Yachts Destroyed During Overnight Fire Along Miami RiverMiami Fire Rescue is investigating the cause of a fire that left two yachts destroyed early Thursday morning.
South Florida Business Owners Of Asian Descent Celebrate Their Roots During Asian Pacific American Heritage MonthWhile South Florida may not have a large Asian American Pacific Islander population, there is still a strong one that is unique and extremely multi-cultural.
‘We Couldn't Be More Pleased With Them’: Principal Investigator For Moderna’s Miami Trial Praises Available COVID VaccinesWith each passing day, new information is coming out on the effectiveness of the three vaccines currently available.
Miami Proud: Special Puppy Needs Extra TLC and Forever HomeSweet little “Roo” is a four-month-old chihuahua mix, and in many ways, he’s like any other puppy, as he is in the care of the Miami Dade Animal Services on the path to a full life.
Race To Vaccinate: Florida COVID-19 Vaccinations Open To Those 18 And OlderAs of Monday, April 5th, everyone 18 and older in the state is eligible for a shot. Also, 16 and 17-year-olds can get the Pfizer vaccine.
‘We Have To Get Together’: Vigil Held In Davie To Remember Victims Of Atlanta ShootingsVigils and rallies were held all across America, including right here in South Florida, to honor the victims of the Atlanta shootings.
Shattering The Glass Ceiling: Marlins' GM Kim Ng Ready To Take Things To The Next LevelWhen the Miami Marlins announced Kim Ng, 52, as their new general manager last November, it wasn’t just big news here in South Florida.