Complete Coverage: Devastation in Haiti - NBC 6 South Florida
Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Haitian Baker Makes Poppin' Fresh New Life in SoFla

Haitian Baker Makes Poppin' Fresh New Life in SoFla

Christina Marzouka cooks up home-baked treats in honor of her homeland.

Tuesday, Aug 3, 2010

Haiti News of the Week: Wyclef on Prez Run, Haiti Adoption Update

Haiti News of the Week: Wyclef on Prez Run, Haiti Adoption Update

Wyclef talks about contemplating a run for president in Haiti, and a U.S. family six months after adopting a Haitian orphan.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Haitian Radio & TV Station Struggles to Rebuild

Haitian Radio & TV Station Struggles to Rebuild

Station President tours NBC Miami as he works to get news to the people.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011
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By Lauren Coto

Haiti on Your Wall

Haiti on Your Wall

Help Haiti and redecorate all at once.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

1,930 Miles for Haiti: Man Walks from Minneapolis to Miami

1,930 Miles for Haiti: Man Walks from Minneapolis to Miami

Jordan Dibb concluded a cross-country walk for to raise money for earthquake relief.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Mayor Invites Haitians to Settle in North Miami

Mayor Invites Haitians to Settle in North Miami

Andre Pierre is extending a special invitation to earthquake victims.

Tuesday, Jun 22, 2010

Haiti Videos of the Week

Haiti Videos of the Week

Non-profit group called Film-aid brings World Cup to Haiti / Japanese mission stabilization cultural participated in malpasse / Bill Clinton returns to check reconstruction / American Airlines attendant delivers...

Friday, Jun 18, 2010

Earthquake Kids Take Treatments To Go

Earthquake Kids Take Treatments To Go

UM's pediatric mobile clinic is helping the youngest victims of the Haiti earthquake right here in South Florida.

Wednesday, Jun 16, 2010

The Week in Haiti

The Week in Haiti

Haitian children give a tour of their tent city / A government camera captures footage of the earthquake / Haiti prepares to watch the World Cup

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Miami EMT's Bus Makes Last Stop in Haiti

Miami EMT's Bus Makes Last Stop in Haiti

Dream of bringing bus to Port-au-Prince orphanage becoming a reality.

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