City Of Miami Sues Belle Meade Island Homeowner For Renting Property To Hold 'Large, Loud Parties'The City of Miami filed a lawsuit Monday against the homeowner of two Belle Meade Island properties after neighbors said they have had enough with the large, loud parties.
9/11 First Responders, Others At Ground Zero, Among Those Most Vulnerable To COVID-19Seniors and people with underlying health conditions have been the most vulnerable to the coronavirus, and that includes the 9/11 first responders and the thousands of others whose health were impacted by breathing in the toxins at Ground Zero.
Miami Runner To Go The Distance, 150 Miles To Raise Money For Children Battling CancerMarathons and races across the nation have been canceled during the coronavirus pandemic, but that is not stopping one Miami woman from running.
Miami Shores Native Makes History As 1st Black Female President Of MIT's Student BodyA 20-year-old Miami Shores native is making history as the first Black female President of MIT's student body.
Miami Proud: Miami Lighthouse For Blind Summer Program Teaches, Tackles Social Distancing GuidelinesThe Miami Lighthouse just opened for the first time since March for its summer camp programs.
Hearing-Impaired Man Makes Masks For Those With Same ConditionFace masks are meant to protect people during the coronavirus pandemic, but for the deaf and hearing-impaired community, they have caused some challenges.
Mayor Francis Suarez ‘Incredibly Proud Of The Way Miamians Displayed Protests, Anger & Frustration’“[Protests] were an indication of people who really care about sending the right message. That don't want that message to be diluted by people trying not to do something positive,” he said.
Class Of 2020 Silver Knight Awards Ceremony Synthesized To Video StudioThe over-the-top ceremony traditionally held at the John S. and James L. Knight Center was synthesized into a 500-square-foot video studio at the Miami Herald’s Doral newsroom. A production company worked for three days to replicate the experience.
‘It Made Me Cry’: Mother’s Day Drive-Thru Parade Brings Joy To Moms & Grandmas Living In ALFsMother’s Day 2020 was very special for some mothers in South Florida, but it was also extremely difficult and emotional too.
Florida Keys Teen Accused In Fatal Stabbing Of Brother Reportedly Found After Jumping In Front Of Moving CarA teenager accused of killing his brother and stabbing his father Thursday morning is now in police custody.
Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber Says ‘We Should Be Thanking’ Those Enforcing Social Distancing RulesHundreds of warnings are being issued every day to people who may be endangering others and themselves by not covering their faces or social distancing. It's happening here and across the country, and it's putting those charged with enforcing the rules at serious risk.
Coronavirus Update: Miami Beach Continues Cautious ApproachOn Friday, the city of Miami Beach held a special virtual city commission meeting. Miami Beach residents were allowed to make comments or ask questions via Zoom. Many also tuned in on Facebook.
‘Shine Of Our People, Places & Neighborhoods’: Tourism Officials Start Campaign To Get People Excited About Vacation In MiamiSouth Florida’s beaches remain off limits, with no time-table for re-opening them amid the coronavirus crisis. Of course they are a huge part of our tourism draw, which is why a lot of work continues to jump-start that huge part of our economy when the time is right.
Heartbreaking Story Brings Much-Needed Attention To Mental Health Of Our Health Care WorkersA heartbreaking story from New York is calling much-needed attention to the mental health of our health care workers during the coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus Impact: Many Cruise Ship Crew Members Still Stuck At SeaCruise ships have been under a no sail order by the CDC since March 14th, but many crew members are still stuck at sea.