Sep 19, 2012

SoFla Teacher Wins Grant from Ellen Show

SoFla Teacher Wins Grant from Ellen Show

The 24-year-old teacher had written to the show through it’s website about Van E. Blanton Elementary in Miami.

Jul 20, 2012

Cancer Survivors and Patients Swim With Dolphins

Cancer Survivors and Patients Swim With Dolphins

The kids got the opportunity to swim with the dolphins, touch them and interact.

May 8, 2012

Fort Lauderdale High School Gets Top Honors

Fort Lauderdale High School Gets Top Honors

Fort Lauderdale High School is one of three schools in America getting the top honors from CollegeBoard

May 3, 2012

School Shares Lesson About Texting And Driving

School Shares Lesson About Texting And Driving

Driving home, the danger of alcohol and texting while behind the wheel, especially now during prom season.

Apr 13, 2012

Ultrarunner Participates In Relay For Life

Ultrarunner Participates In Relay For Life

Three years ago Andrei Nana started running to get over a breakup with his fiancee.

Mar 6, 2012

Scientist Visits Miami School Children

Scientist Visits Miami School Children

Damian Stanziano lectured to students at Tropical Elementary School on Tuesday

Mar 5, 2012

4 Miami-Dade High Schools Try Out Program

4 Miami-Dade High Schools Try Out Program

The syllabus will focus on real-world topics like medical ethics and global climate change

Mar 2, 2012

Student Participate in UM's Hurricane Challenge

Student Participate in UM's Hurricane Challenge

The annual event is put on by UM's Department of Physical Therapy

Feb 23, 2012

High School Students Pack Meals for Haiti

High School Students Pack Meals for Haiti

The students beat their target of of 100,000 meals.

Feb 22, 2012

Veterans Flock to Miami Marlins Job Fair

Veterans Flock to Miami Marlins Job Fair

The Marlins team is looking to fill 1,000 positions from minimum wage to executive jobs.

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Spirit Airlines Flight Struck by Lightning

Spirit Airlines Flight Struck by Lightning

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Charter Schools Not Making the Grade

Charter Schools Not Making the Grade

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2 Arrested in Ferguson Protest at Miami Courthouse

2 Arrested in Ferguson Protest at Miami Courthouse

Two people at a small, but passionate protest outside the Miami-Dade Metro Justice building Tuesday evening were arrested by police for failing to obey a lawful order.

Robbers Who Force Victims to Strip Hit Again

Robbers Who Force Victims to Strip Hit Again

A group of armed robbers who make their victims take off their clothes hit again over the weekend, the latest in a string of robberies all with a similar modus operandi.

Protests Continue Day After Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

Protests Continue Day After Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

Communities braced for new protests after violence and acts of civil disobedience broke out in several U.S. cities overnight following a grand jury decision against charging a white police officer, Darren...

Thanksgiving Travel Expected to be Heavy

Thanksgiving Travel Expected to be Heavy

Another early winter snow storm is expected to wreak havoc on millions of travelers hitting the road and taking to the skies over the Thanksgiving holiday.