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Young South Florida voters explain their presidential choices [Audio]

As the presidential campaign comes closer to a much anticipated end, the candidates begin to aim their focus on more specific demographics. We have taken a look at what motivates college-aged South Florida voters to get to the polls.  The South Florida News Service team was able to speak with two current FIU students, Demetrius Villa, 22, and Ashley Verdugo, ...

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Miami pitcher José Fernández died in a boat crash on Sept. 25, 2016. (Image via Wikicommons)

Cuban-American fans say goodbye to Jose Fernandez [Audio]

LIZANDRA PORTAL: Miami Marlins fans paid respects to their beloved opening pitcher, Jose Fernandez, at the public mass that was held at St. Brendan Catholic Church in Westchester. Fernandez’s story was an example of the American Dream come true for many of his Cuban American fans. To them, he was a son, a brother, a cousin. He was family. JOSEFINA ...

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Clothing line created to keep brother’s memory alive [Video]

Driving home from school in October 2015, Mason Storm Apple died in a motorcycle accident in St. Petersberg. The death left the family, including his younger brother, heartbroken. But  London Apple,  determined to keep his brother’s memory alive, created a clothing line that, he said, represented who Mason Apple was as a person. — Charlotte Alba, South Florida News Service

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Pre-Chewed News: Gov. Scott called an ‘a-hole’; employee crushed at county fair; DUI suspects getting away with murder [Video]

Good morning South Florida! Today is Thursday, April 7. Miami is expected to have a high of 86 and low of 64 today under cloudy skies, while Key West will be sunny with a high of 79 and a low of 72. In Fort Lauderdale, today will be cloudy with a high of 84 and a low of 64, while ...

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Whoa. Deputies rescue woman trapped in burning car [Video]

A rescue by two Indian River County deputies of a woman trapped in a burning car — caught on dashcam video — has gone viral, with more than a million views on YouTube. In the interest of pushing those number up a bit higher, and to see how remarkable this really was, we suggest you watch the video yourself. Deputies Robert ...

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Edson Jean and Joshua Jean-Baptiste of Miami, winners of a $25,000 Project Greenlight contest. (Photo courtesy Mike Atwood)

Young Haitian-American filmmakers in Miami win $25,000 Project Greenlight contest [Video]

Edson Jean and Joshua Jean-Baptiste, two young Haitian-American roommates, last fall entered a three-minute pitch video in a Project Greenlight contest hoping to get funding for a proposed web series three-and-a-half years in the making. “Too often we’ve applied for stuff and gotten runner-up or made it to the finals,” said Jean-Baptiste, 26. “You kind of prime yourself to being ...

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Rodman “Rodddzilla” Davis, at The Void’s art gallery, talks to Miami artist Blake Newton about some of her pieces exhibited that evening. (Photo by Cata Balzano / South Florida News Service)

Young artists, producers say their six-hour gallery parties help fill ‘The Void’

Sean Prosper, his roommate Rodman Davis and mutual friend Ashley Solage have thrown parties in South Florida since they were teenagers. Then, last year, while sitting in a car with rapper Denzel Curry, they thought of creating a networking event that would integrate two creative elements: music and visual arts. Curry came up with “The Void” as the name for ...

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Video exclusive: Diversity Day at FIU

              By Juan Endara The 14th anniversary of Diversity Day was celebrated at the Florida International University Biscayne Bay campus on Sept. 30. Diann Newmann, director of the Chaplin School of Hospitality at FIU, helped organize Diversity Day for the past 10 years and granted Juan Endara, a journalism student at FIU, an interview in hopes of ...

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W.J. Bryan Elementary students create a book about their school

Third and fifth grade students at W.J. Bryan Museum Magnet School in North Miami wrote and illustrated a work of historical fiction about the Mediterranean revival building’s history and renovation that will publish in the Library of Congress. DANIEL BOCK / FOR THE MIAMI HERALD     By MADISON FANTOZZI A Miami Herald article and a South Florida News Service video ...

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Singer, Songwriter Dedicates Song to Deceased Friend

Singer and songwriter Joy Altman dedicates her latest song, titled “Eternal Friend,” to her best friend, Robin Kessler, who passed away in a scuba diving accident in 2012.  Video by Jethro Decimus and Vanessa Rodriguez / South Florida News Service.       By Jethro Decimus and Vanessa Rodriguez  South Florida News Service      

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