North Miami Beach officer terminated

__ FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version of this article stated former North Miami Beach Ofc. Nichole Mood resigned from the department in October due to injuries. In fact, she was terminated from the position. In addition, the reporter on the story, Ximena Tellez, included a quote from NMB Ofc. Ingrid Cabera despite the fact she had

2018-02-14T15:23:56+00:00 October 17th, 2017|News, Public Safety|

Longtime meteorologist reflects on hurricane coverage

The chief meteorologist from NBC 6 Miami, a NBC affiliate based in Miramar, said he was impressed by the size and strength of Hurricane Irma. John Morales is the longest tenured broadcast meteorologist in South Florida, working for 26 years and winning multiple Suncoast Regional Emmys for his coverage of weather in the region. Morales

2017-10-17T11:22:31+00:00 October 17th, 2017|News, Public Safety|

Herencia Hispana: Amalgama de música, danza y gastronomía

Una fiesta de colores, ritmos y sabores  diversos cautivó a decenas de personas que asistieron este sábado a la Celebración de la Herencia Hispana en Doral Legacy Park, en la calle 82. “Todas las agrupaciones se botaron (expresión venezolana que denota excelencia) y nos permitieron disfrutar de la multiculturalidad de esta ciudad”, afirmó Eliot Silva,

2017-10-17T10:21:58+00:00 October 17th, 2017|Arts & Culture, Noticias|

Behind the Byline: Victoria Salas & Jesse Scheckner [Video]

Welcome to the first episode of "Behind the Byline" where reporters reveal the story behind the story. In part one, we talk to Victoria Salas about her story "Local businesses come together for hurricane relief" on how the Miami community came together following Hurricane Irma. In part two we talk to South Florida News Service

2017-10-17T10:40:00+00:00 October 17th, 2017|Food & Dining, Lifestyle, News, Public Safety, Video/Audio|

“Celebrate Orgullo” celebrates seventh year

As it concluded its seventh year, organizers praised “Celebrate Orgullo,” South Florida’s first and only Hispanic LGBT Pride festival, as a great success. “The LGBTQ+ community continues to grow and we’ll continue to uplift and support one another,” said Herb Sosa, the director of the festival. One of the featured guests included Barcelona native and

2017-10-17T09:22:41+00:00 October 17th, 2017|Arts & Culture, Lifestyle|

Weeks after Hurricane Irma and Maria, families struggle to keep in contact

Despite the passage of time, families in South Florida and in the Caribbean have struggled to keep in touch following the devastating impact of Hurricane Iram and Maria. Mayra Suarez, 70, was in Puerto Rico with her husband during Hurricane Irma hit. Their house was destroyed and they were forced to survive only with the little

2017-10-17T08:56:58+00:00 October 17th, 2017|News, Public Safety|