‘Can’t Let The Virus Control Your Life’: South Florida Man Urges Residents To Not Put Off Medical Care Out Of Fear Of Visiting HospitalsThe pandemic has caused many issues, including the reluctance of people in need of medical care to go to the hospital. Luckily, one South Florida man had the courage to go to Broward Health when he needed a liver transplant.
Miami-Dade Public Schools Gets Through Day 1 Of Online Orientation Despite Technical IssuesWith Miami-Dade County Public Schools set to begin remote learning next Monday, this week will be all about online preparation for what’s to come.
Miami Heat 'Continue The Conversation' With New Playoff Slogan 'United In Black'The Miami Heat head into next week’s NBA playoffs with a new playoff slogan. Usually they go ‘White Hot’ but this time, it is ‘United in Black’ to tie-in to the fight for social justice.
Fins QB Of The Future Tua Tagovailoa Shows Up To 1st Press Conference In A Ryan Fitzpatrick JerseyNew Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, the team’s first round draft pick and hope for the future, met with the media Thursday at training camp. He made a statement with what he wore – a Ryan Fitzpatrick jersey.
Broward County Public Schools To Revisit Return To Campus Plan Ahead Of ScheduleBroward County Public Schools has shifted its position a bit, vowing to reconsider a return to school buildings weeks ahead of originally scheduled.
Coral Gables, Hialeah Set Up COVID-19 Testing Sites For Frontline WorkersCoral Gables and Hialeah have set up COVID-19 testing sites for frontline workers.
'It's Even Busier Right Now': Jackson Health System ER Doctor On COVID-19 StrainSouth Florida hospitals are feeling the strain as more people test positive for COVID-19. From the number of available beds to the number of personnel, Jackson Health System is under pressure.
Miami-Dade Food Distributions Help Man & Man's Best FriendAs the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise across South Florida as the pandemic drags on, there are those still providing help for those who need it.
The First Half Of 2020 Was A Bust For Sports, Second Half Begins With A Little OptimismWhen the Miami Dolphins walked off the field with 48 hours left in 2019, things were normal.
Little Karsyn Lamar, Already A Survivor At Just 4 Months Old, Finally Home With His FamilyAt just 4 months old, little Karsyn Lamar is already a survivor. Karsyn, who is battling short gut syndrome, reached a major milestone and was released from Broward Health Medical Center.
Marlins Pitching In And Helping During COVID Pandemic With Food, Mask Distributions For Struggling FamiliesThe Miami Marlins are doing their part to make sure their community has what it needs to get through the coronavirus pandemic.
Convicted Ponzi Schemer & Rogue UM Booster Nevin Shapiro Released From PrisonRogue University of Miami athletics booster and convicted Ponzi schemer Nevin Shapiro is out of federal prison, seven years earlier than expected and now in home confinement.
12-Year-Old Girl On List For Heart Transplant Performs With Her Favorite Broadway StarAt just 12 years old, a hopeful South Florida girl on a heart transplant list is optimistic that she will find a match and undergo a lifesaving operation. But before that happens, she was able to make one of her dreams come true. She got to perform with one of her favorite Broadway stars.
Miami Heat's Udonis Haslem Lends His Voice In Calling For Peaceful Protests In MiamiMiami Heat star Udonis Haslem is once again lending his voice to support change to fight social injustice.
Coronavirus Q&A: UM President Julio Frenk Discusses Campus Changes To Keep Students SafeCOVID-19 is forcing dramatic changes at the University of Miami, where there are big questions about what the fall semester will look like.