Sunday, July 3, 2022

Tag: COVID19

Newsbreak May 18, 2022

The Miami Heat wins the first game in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals against the Boston Celtics. The Tampa Bay Lighting is...

Say goodbye to masks as states end mask mandates (includes video...

Masks may become a thing of the past in our nation's capital. Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced yesterday the city will end its...

Newsbreak February 15, 2022

Families of the Parkland shooting victims send a message to President Biden. States in the U.S. relax mask mandates. Three Olympic skaters head for...

Supreme Court blocks Biden’s vaccine mandates for large businesses (includes video...

Thursday, the Supreme Court blocked the administration's vaccine mandates for large businesses. The rule would have required large private companies with 100 or more...

Omicron surge sweeps through U.S. hospitals (includes video story)

As America struggles to manage the COVID-19 crisis, healthcare workers are being pushed to the edge. In many states, COVID positive healthcare workers are continuing...

Restaurants are back, but have a hard time finding workers

Angela Albanin, who owns Maria’s Greek Restaurant in Coral Gables, never dreamed she might need to close the eatery she’s owned for decades. She has...

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...

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...

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...

Florida’s complex vaccination response leaves confusion (includes multimedia content)

After a long and exhausting year of battling the coronavirus pandemic, Florida is still being hard hit. The man in charge of the state’s...