'Think About The Children': Kids Scared Of Losing Parents In TPS TerminationIt is estimated there are 27,000 children born in the U.S. to parents facing deportation if TPS is terminated.
FCC Hits Haitian Pirate Radio In Miami With Steep FineA pirate radio station popular in Miami's Haitian-American community has been hit with a steep fine by the Federal Communications Commission.
Miami's Haitian Community Launches TPS Extension CampaignTime is running out for Haitian nationals living the U.S. with temporary protected status.
Film Festival Flick Shines Light On Obscure Haitian Martial ArtA Miami film festival flick is bringing to light the obscure Haitian art of machete fencing.
Feds Release $71.5M Withheld During Migrant CrisisGroups that provide refugee services across the United States expressed relief Thursday after the federal government announced the release of $71.5 million it had reprogrammed in June to deal with the thousands of unaccompanied minors who crossed the border this year.
Little Haiti Book Fair Showcases Caribbean Writers Locals are invited to immerse themselves in Haitian culture and literature at Haitian-Caribbean Book Fair this weekend.
Bahamian Man Pleads Guilty In Smuggling Case A Bahamian man faces up to 25 years in U.S. prison for attempting to smuggle 18 Brazilian and Haitian nationals into Florida in July.
Captain Of Capsized Boat High On Crack When Haitian Migrants Drowned There are new details Friday regarding a Bahamian national in charge of a boat when it capsized off the coast of South Florida.
17 Migrants Die In Capsizing Off Turks And CaicosApproximately 55 Haitian migrants fell into the water Wednesday morning when their overcrowded sailboat capsized as it was being towed to shore in the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Captain In Deadly Failed Smuggling Operation Pleads Not GuiltyThe man who was reportedly in charge of a boat which capsized off Miami last month during a smuggling operation last month killing four women has pleaded not guilty to federal charges.
Last Victim Of Capsized Boat Off Miami Identified A fourth Haitian woman who died when a boat carrying 15 people capsized off Miami has been identified.
Captain Of Capsized Boat Faces Manslaughter Charges The captain of a boat which capsized off the coast of Miami is facing involuntary manslaughter charges after four women died due to the incident.
Feds: Six People Faces Charges In Deadly Smuggling AttemptTwo people are facing criminal charges in an alleged smuggling attempt on Wednesday in which four women died. On Thursday, two men made their initial appearance in federal court, according Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Protesters Kick Off Weekend Of Trayvon Martin RalliesAs Miami prepares for a major rally in honor of Trayvon Martin Saturday, members of the Hatian-American Community in North Miami gathered for an intimate but vocal demonstration Friday evening.
Haitian President Attending NAACP Convention In OrlandoThe United State's oldest civil rights organization will mark the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation and the 50th anniversary of the assassination of civil rights leader Medger Evers at the NAACP convention in Orlando over the next few days.