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.
Lawyers In Their Own Countries, Two Women Shine In South Florida's Construction IndustryThis week is "Women in Construction Week," a time to recognize the roughly one million women employed throughout the construction industry in the US.
Women Making History From Miami-Dade County Hall To The White HouseMarch is Women's History Month, but history is currently being made from County Hall in Miami-Dade to the halls of the White House.
Facing South Florida: Gender EqualityIt's Women's History Month, a time to highlight women who are breaking the glass ceiling in their respective fields.
Facing South Florida: COVID, One Year LaterLauren Pastrana spoke with two local mayors, separately, about their initial responses, what they would have done differently and what's ahead for their communities.
Miami Proud: 'With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility,' 'Doctor Spidey' Makes Rounds At Nicklaus Children’s HospitalAt Nicklaus Children's Hospital, 'Doctor Spidey,' AKA pediatric resident Jennifer Thompson enjoys saving the day by helping kids.
Madeline Pumariega, At The Helm Of Miami-Dade College, Calls 2021 'The Year Of The Woman'Madeline Pumariega is now at the helm of the college she attended as a student-athlete, where over the course of 20 years, she went from basketball player to the President of the Wolfson Campus.
Black History Month: Blanche Ely High School Named For Black Educator Whose Career Spanned 50 YearsBlanche Elizabeth General Ely was born in Reddick, Florida in 1904 and graduated from Florida A&M University.
'More Than 10': 911 Callers Tell Terrifying Story Of Barrage Of Bullets FBI Agents Faced In Fatal ShootingFor the first time, 911 calls are telling the terrifying story that FBI special agents faced while serving a search warrant in Sunrise.
Facing South Florida: Executive Orders On EquityLauren Pastrana spoke with a civil rights and criminal attorney, who is also the new policy director at FIU’s Center for the Administration of Justice, about just how meaningful these executive orders are.
Facing South Florida: COVID Vaccine MistrustFebruary is Black History Month. Part of that history includes instances of scientific misconduct that has led to African-American mistrust of the medical community, and in turn the new COVID-19 vaccine.
Black History Month Spotlight: Local Wellness Influencer Creates App To Help Women Of Color Improve Their HealthWhether she's spicing things up in the kitchen or stretching things out on the yoga mat, Nzingah Oniwosan does it all with passion and purpose.
Miami Proud: Every Family Has A Story, Bubbie’s Is Heroic And HilariousFor Russel Lazega, becoming a writer was practically forced on him. His grandmother, his ‘Bubbie’, wouldn’t take no for an answer.