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.
1 In 5 South Floridians Don't Know Where Their Next Meal Is Coming FromNot far from the hospitals, ICUs, and COVID-19 units you can find plenty of people impacted by the coronavirus, though not infected with it.
Miami Proud: Thanks To ‘Miami Bridge’ Women Form Lifetime Mother, Daughter BondJudy Reinach found her calling at the Miami Bridge in 1985.
‘I Didn't Think I Was Gonna Make It’: Jackson Memorial Hospital Employee Released After 9-Month Battle With COVIDAfter nine long months battling COVID, a Jackson Memorial Hospital employee was finally able to walk out of the hospital and be home with her family just in time for the holidays.
Miami-Dade Public Schools To 'Stick With 14-Day Quarantine' Says Coronavirus Task ForceMiami-Dade County Public Schools has reconvened its health task force for the first time since South Florida started to see a rise in COVID-19 cases.
SEE IT: Arsonists Caught On Video Setting Porch, Cars On Fire In Miami GardensA home surveillance camera captured a pair of arsonists setting the front porch of a Miami Gardens home ablaze along with two cars.
‘It's Heartbreaking’: Tragedy In Homestead After Fatal House FireTragedy in a Homestead neighborhood after a fire tears through a family's home, leaving one dead.
Infectious Disease Specialist: Florida Is ‘Underreporting Of Cases’ Among School-Aged ChildrenAs COVID infections rise, critics say Florida is underreporting new cases among school-aged children.
Miami Proud: Risky & Complex Medical Procedure On Pongo The Giraffe Is First For Zoo MiamiRecently an adult male giraffe named Pongo was fully anesthetized in order to treat critical foot injuries. This incredibly risky procedure would take a special team and a tactical operation.
Dr. Aileen Marty Fields Questions Ranging From Classroom Return To President Trump’s Car RideWith students beginning to return to school Monday amid the COVID pandemic, there are undoubtedly a lot of questions.
South Florida Judge Barbara Lagoa Would Be First Cuban American On US Supreme CourtWhen President Donald Trump announces whom he intends to nominate for the US Supreme Court seat left vacant by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the pick might be someone from South Florida.
‘Heat Of Florida Will Kill Many More’: Rep. Donna Shalala Compares Threat Of Climate Change To COVID CrisisClimate change and concerns over global warming took center stage Wednesday at the Frost Science Museum in Downtown Miami.
Facing South Florida: Ready For Football?This is the last Sunday of the year where an NFL game will not be played, barring cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Facing South Florida: Voting RightsThere's less than a month left to register if you plan to vote in November.
Miami-Dade Schools Chief Alberto Carvalho On First Week Of School: 'I Was Somewhere Between Frustrated And Angry'Miami-Dade Schools superintendent Alberto Carvalho says the system is still fending off cyber attacks.