Saturday, January 29, 2022

Tag: coronavirus

Newsbreak January 26th, 2022

A police chase ends in Miami beach with a crash by the city's most famous sign. New information from Miami Beach police about the...

La ansiedad que causa Ómicron en los estudiantes internacionales de FIU

El imparable avance de la variante Ómicron ha puesto en guardia a los estudiantes de FIU que regresaron a clases el pasado lunes 10...

Newsbreak December 3, 2021

DNA evidence tying a homeless man to the stabbing death of a Palm Beach county teenager Ryan Roger is found. President Biden introduces his...

U.S. borders finally opened to foreign travelers (includes video story)

The U.S. is accepting fully vaccinated foreign travelers at airports and land borders after 20 long months of turning them back. International air travelers must...

Transportation’s Future, Part 2: Metrorail schedule includes fewer trains

Lily Gourlitz, a junior at the University of Miami, could not remember how long she had been waiting for a green line Metrorail train...

U.S. renews its ‘public health emergency’ status as Delta continues to...

President Biden and health experts are urging Americans to get vaccinated as new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations rise.  The U.S. in turn has renewed its...

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...

Officials: Half of Miami-Dade’s homeless are vaccinated

A program to vaccinate Miami-Dade County residents living both in shelters and on the streets is working, officials say.  The Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust, along...

South Florida live entertainment makes a return to normalcy

Local live entertainment venues and theaters are resuming indoor performances, and according to owners, managers and artistic directors, the transition is going smoothly.  Joel Murray,...

College students discuss new graduation procedures post COVID-19

Miami Dade College and Florida International University students are expressing both relief and disappointment about their academic institutions’ procedures for graduation post COVID-19. A graduation...