With In-Flight Incidents On The Rise, Flight Attendants Learn Self-Defense In South FloridaFlight attendants are training to hit, elbow, and gouge simulated aggressive passengers with actual passengers getting more violent than ever.
Calls Continue For Cuban Embassy In DC To Be Shut DownOn Tuesday, conservative leaders demanded freedom for Cuba outside the U.S. Capitol Building.
Biden Reexamines Cuban Policies: Orders Review Of Remittances And May Increase Embassy StaffEfforts from Cuban Americans and allies who've been protesting for more than a week, could be seeing some positive results.
'Patria Y Vida' Becomes Anthem For Those Clamoring For A Free CubaYou have seen the signs and heard the cries of "Patria y Vida", meaning "Homeland and Life" and it has become the siren song for protesters on the island as well as here in South Florida.
Miami Proud: Teen Mom Alesha Dillon Overcomes Obstacles, Becomes Nurse, Plans On Giving BackAlesha Dillon proudly shows her academic certificates, of which there are several, and the Atlantic Technical College graduate then headed straight to the frontlines of the pandemic, as a traveling licensed practical nurse.
President Biden Tells MSD’s Resilient Graduating Class They’ve Turned ‘Pain To Purpose, Darkness Into Light’“This class lost a piece of its soul. Tested in ways no young person should ever have to face,” he said.
Miami Proud: Miami Musician Part Of Barrier-Breaking Classical Music Trio 'The String Queens'Violist Dawn Johnson was born and raised in Miami and she is part of a trio in Washington D.C called The String Queens.
Hurricane Special: Emergency Managers Stress Early Prep, Shelters Will Have COVID PrecautionsIn the event a threatening storm prompts evacuations, shelters will open in Miami-Dade and Broward counties.
FDA OKs Pfizer COVID Vaccine For Those As Young As 12, But Will Parents Let Their Kids Get The Shot?Just one day after the Food and Drug Administration gave the green light to the Pfizer vaccine for emergency use in 12 to 15 year olds, local health officials are weighing in on who will get their dose first.
'Walking 4 Friendship' At Tropical Park Raised Funds For Programs To Help Those With Special NeedsHundreds of people laced up their sneakers for a good cause on Sunday and took part in the 12th annual Walking 4 Friendship 3K at Tropical Park.
‘Crushing Me Every Day’: Arya Gray's Mother Begging For Justice Nearly A Year After Daughter’s DeathAlmost a year since the death of her daughter, one South Florida mother is begging for justice.
Miami Proud: Celebrate Earth Day With A Spotlight On ‘MangroLife’Tiny red mangrove seedlings are being planted with care at Richardson Historic Park & Nature Preserve in Wilton Manors by a group of volunteers called MangroLife.
16-Year-Old Alex Garcia, Who Police Said Caused Fatal New Year's Day Crash, To Remain Locked UpThree months since a violent New Year's Day crash claimed four young lives, the teenage driver investigators say is responsible now knows he will spend another three weeks locked up.
'It Can Be Alarming': COVID Vaccine Side Effect May Be Mistaken As Breast CancerAs more and more people get vaccinated against COVID-19, we're learning about potential side effects. One is swollen lymph nodes and while this is what you'd expect to see when an immune response is triggered, it’s exactly what you don't want to see when screening for breast cancer.
Miami Proud: 'A Safe Haven For Newborns' Marks 20 Years Of Helping To Save BabiesWhen Nick Silverio lost his beloved partner to a tragic car accident in 1999, he knew he had to keep her memory alive.