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Sayona Khandwalla

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Born in Kenya, Sayona came to Florida when she was 5 years old. Her major is broadcast media, and she hopes to become an anchor one day.

West Broward’s Bonefish Grill, Village Tavern reassess during pandemic

The restaurant industry is one of the largest money-makers in the world, and businesses in Florida are no exception. Every single chef, server, host,...

ESports: The new game in a political town

Move over politics, there's a new game in town and it's called ESports. In a hyper-competitive city like Washington D.C., residents took a break...

Congressional committee looks at climate change impact on farmworkers

The crisis of the continuous warming of the Earth is having an increasingly detrimental effect on farmworkers across the country, including in Florida, advocates...

Parkland, Orlando and Delray mayors talk about ways to prevent mass shootings

Several mayors of cities that have experienced mass shootings met in Washington, D.C. recently not only to talk about methods to help prevent and...
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Addiction to dating apps explained (video story included)

Dating has changed in many ways throughout the years. In the past, there was no such thing as social media. Everyone had to meet...
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Thousands march in DC for women’s rights (video story included)

More than 30,000 people participated in the Women’s March on Jan. 18 in Washington, D.C. -- one of 250 marches taking place nationwide. The event began...
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Found an injured animal? The South Florida Wildlife Center saves 12,000 lives annually (video...

When you have injured dogs or cats, you simply take them to the vet. But what happens when you find an injured duck, squirrel...
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Oakland Park group fights to save fast-disappearing bees

Bees are an essential part of the environment. They are hardworking pollinators that help with many food sources. These include fruits, nuts, berries, seeds,...
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FIU professor begins community garden in Brownsville (includes video story)

Dr. Iqbal Akhtar, a professor at Florida International University, knew he wanted to make a difference and help others in life. He was living...

Lecture focuses on African American, Caribbean LGBTQ communities

A presentation about the African American and Caribbean LGBTQ communities was held at the NSU Art Museum in Fort Lauderdale on Saturday afternoon. The presentation...