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Newsbreak September 20, 2021

New developments in the search for missing person Gabby Petito. The border crisis continues as over 12,000 migrants are waiting to be processed by...

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Justice for J6 rally drew more reporters than protestors (includes video story)

“Justice for J6”--- the right-wing protest, took place in Washington, D.C this weekend. Protestors spoke out for those who have been charged for the...

Miami Beach Pride concludes with parade (includes video story)

The Miami Beach Pride Festival ended its multi-event week with a big parade early Sunday, September 19th. It brought out hundreds of people to...

New body cam footage of Gabby Petito is released (includes video story)

New body camera footage has been released in the disappearance of 22-year-old Gabby Petito. After more than a month, new questions are raised about...

COVID-19 up 24 percent over two weeks ago (includes video story)

The COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, as 99 percent of Americans currently live in a county with a high level of infections. The United...




Three things to watch as the Dolphins play the Bills

For week two of the NFL season, the Miami Dolphins will face their division rivals, the Buffalo Bills, on Sunday at 1 p.m. at...


US veteran reunited with Italian siblings he saved during World War...

Martin Adler, a 97-year-old World War II veteran, spent years fighting Nazis in Italy as a teenager during the war. He shared the story of...


Amateur photographer bares the struggles of modern-day Cuba

It’s been more than a month since thousands of Cubans first took to the streets with a single and clear message: We want freedom....

Surfside Disaster

Striking new evidence from the Surfside condo collapse has emerged (including...

New video released yesterday shows serious structural damage from before the Surfside condo collapse. An investigation has been ordered using local and federal resources. “Hundreds...

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Live music is back. Three musicians talk about the changes.

The Miami music scene has not been exempt from the effects of the COVID-19 quarantine. Concerts have been canceled, venues have been closed and...