Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Tag: Cuba

Relaxed Cuba sanctions split South Florida voters

Sonia Caballero, 26, is an assistant site director at Breakthrough Miami, a nonprofit organization that helps high school students get into college....

Issues that will dominate this fall’s elections (A special report)

Florida's primary election is on August 23 and the general is set for November 3. Positions in national, state, county and district...

Newsbreak June 7, 2022

Ukraine is facing a human trafficking crisis. The Summit of The Americas starts without Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua. Prices for household items...

Biden Administration reverses Trump-era restrictions on Cuba and Venezuela (includes video...

The Biden administration's reversal of some sanctions on the Cuban regime have sparked controversy in the Cuban-American community. The U.S. State Department...

Newsbreak May 19, 2022

The United States' relationship with Cuba and Venezuela is changing. Authorities identify the voice of a woman calling for help during the...

Newsbreak May 10, 2022

A former Alabama corrections officer was found dead after an 11 day chase. U.S. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer announced a vote...

Newsbreak April 26, 2022

Jury selection for the Nikolas Cruz death penalty case starts over due to miscommunication in the courtroom. Russian forces destroy railway stations...

Cuban Americans protest talks with island regime (includes video story)

The Cuban exile community gathered at Versailles restaurant in Miami to ask the Biden administration not to make concessions to Cuban officials...

Newsbreak April 21, 2022

White House and Cuban officials' talk about high levels of migration sparks protest in Miami. Nonprofit organizations struggle to keep up with...

Creative Yard brings arts and families to Allapattah

Many business owners in Miami closed and limited themselves to making basic expenses during the pandemic, but others saw the opportunity to...