A sunny start to Miami’s Memorial Day weekend. So is this rainy spell finally over?

Even our plants are crying, “That’s enough!” After nearly a week of daily downpours leading into this Memorial Day weekend, Saturday’s forecast from the National Weather Service caught our eye: … Click to Continue » ... Read More

‘I’m not climbing.’ New report sheds light on Hollywood plane crash that killed pilot

A recently released investigative report revealed new details surrounding the fatal and fiery banner plane crash in Hollywood last week. The National Transportation Safety Board released its preliminary report on … Click to Continue » ... Read More

‘The ultimate sacrifice:’ Service members sworn in ahead of Memorial Day in Miami

Dozens of service members were honored in a swearing-in ceremony in South Florida ahead of Memorial Day. Military leaders, Miami-Dade officials and families gathered Friday at the U.S. Coast Guard … Click to Continue » ... Read More

Mexican president can’t question Peru’s democracy, but praise Cuba’s dictatorship | Opinion

Mexico’s populist President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is setting a new record for double standards: He is relentlessly questioning the president of Peru’s democratic credentials — after giving a red-carpet … Click to Continue » ... Read More

During a power outage, he couldn’t charge a medical device. He’s advocating for a bill to help change that for others

It was during Hurricane Irma that Miami local Franco Di Paolo found his passion. He had lost his hearing at a young age and received a cochlear implant at two … Click to Continue » ... Read More

Book ban, and mayor’s gesture of good will, shows history is repeating itself. But we were born to persevere | Opinion

When I read that several books have been banned from the Bob Graham Educational Center in Miami Lakes, including the poem “The Hill We Climb,” the poem by Amanda Gorman … Click to Continue » ... Read More