FIU, MDC students attend Washington, D.C. “Dreamer” event

Eight local college students took part in a three-day event in Washington, D.C., speaking to elected officials in oan effort to allow so-called “Dreamers” to attain permanent immigration status. The event, held from Oct. 3 to Oct. 5, included more than 100 recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, including students from Florida International

2017-10-12T21:07:21+00:00 October 12th, 2017|News, Politics|

Haitianos no se resignan a perder el TPS

  Foto de la pintura de Shernnett Muhammad ubicada en la Asociación de Mujeres Haitianas de Miami. ¿Pelearían por nosotros?- preguntó. Sí -respondieron cientos de personas al unísono. “Miles enfrentarían un proceso de deportación y necesito de su ayuda”. Con estas palabras, Ronhyde Christina Ponthieux, una niña haitiana- americana de 10 años, se

2017-10-11T16:14:53+00:00 October 11th, 2017|Noticias, Politics|

“Scene Room” project aims to calm inmates with natural setting — indoors

The Florida Department of Corrections has recently launched the “Scenic Room” project at Dade Correctional Institution. Spokeswoman Ashley Cook said the project is an out-of-cell room, that allows inmates to immerse themselves in a nature-like environment. Inmates participate by request. “Inmates are able to choose from a variety of images, like, beaches, mountains, and desert settings, and

2017-10-10T16:03:09+00:00 October 10th, 2017|Arts & Culture, Lifestyle, News, Politics, Public Safety|

An Argentinian wades into #FreeVenezuela with a Maduro-themed mural

A red, yellow and blue Venezuelan flag stretches from one end of the wall to the other. Seven stars overlay the blue strip. On the left side is a skull-like depiction of current Venezuelan president, Nicolás Maduro, while on the right side is the hashtag #FreeVenezuela. Located in Wynwood at the corner of Northwest 23rd

2017-10-10T12:51:28+00:00 October 10th, 2017|Arts & Culture, Lifestyle, News, Politics|

Miami Dade electronic highway signs: English only

Though Miami-Dade County is home to the nation’s largest Cuban, Colombian, Honduran and Peruvian communities, one would never know it by reading the electronic signs on the highways. Close to 1 million signs are spread throughout the county to “assure the safe and efficient flow of pedestrian and vehicular traffic,” according to the Traffic Signals

2017-10-10T13:43:07+00:00 October 10th, 2017|News, Politics, Public Safety|

Artistas de Miami reúnen ayuda para México y Puerto Rico

Septiembre de 2017 será recordado por sus huracanes y terremotos, pero también por la cantidad de personas que han respondido a estas catástrofes, entregando lo que tienen a su alcance para levantar otra vez a los pueblos de México y Puerto Rico. Este domingo, dos eventos en Doral convocaron a cientos de personas que hicieron

2017-10-04T12:44:18+00:00 October 4th, 2017|Arts & Culture, Lifestyle, News, Noticias, Politics|

DACA’s impact on South Florida [Video]

The announcement by the Trump Administration on Sept. 5 to end the Deferred Actions for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, sent shockwaves throughout the country and particularly in South Florida. What are the legal issues involved and who is being affected? -- Produced and edited by Camila Venero and Yannah Monasteros for Prof. Kate MacMillian 

2017-11-14T20:43:12+00:00 October 3rd, 2017|News, Politics, Video/Audio|

Boricuas se movilizan para ayudar a su pueblo

Manos voluntarias no faltaron para recoger, clasificar y empacar los donativos que llegaban sin parar a un parqueadero en la calle Taft del condado de Broward este sábado. Cientos de personas de todas las nacionalidades aunque en su mayoría boricuas, acudieron a entregar cualquier ayuda que sus bolsillos pudieran solventar para los damnificados del huracán

2017-10-02T12:45:44+00:00 October 2nd, 2017|News, Noticias, Politics|

State officials respond to Everglades flooding [Video]

Flooding in the Everglades is a serious problems, says  Fish and Wildlife Commissioner “Alligator” Ron Bergeron. Almost everything -- mammals, birds, fish and plants -- has been affected, and negatively so. He also speaks about the steps being taken to limit the damage which includes back-pumping water and opening the Tamiami Canal. -- Camila Venero

2017-11-14T20:39:22+00:00 July 19th, 2017|News, Politics, Video/Audio|

Palmetto Bay to consider high school internships in business, local government

High school honors students in Palmetto Bay may soon be able to intern for businesses and in local government in exchange for school credit or cash. Palmetto Bay Education Advisory Committee chair Diane Quick and members Debby Hitchins, Greg Zawyer and Erica Watts voted unanimously on May 31 to recommend that the Palmetto Bay Village

2017-06-27T15:29:25+00:00 June 27th, 2017|Education, News, Politics|