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Angela Rivas

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Angela Rivas is a Miami native majoring in Journalism and minoring in Criminal Justice. She has a passion for writing and dreams of becoming a journalist telling stories about our world.

Rubio vs. Demings: Everything you need to know

TV ads, bilingual flyers, door-to-door campaigning, and lots of public appearances. Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, who is seeking a...

Gen Z in Miami-Dade County isn’t showing up for the midterm elections. Why?

A textbook lies next to an open Macbook where 23-year-old Nicolas Tobar is catching up on his assignments for classes at Florida...

Captive animals are suffering for human entertainment

Can you imagine living your life in a bathtub? For animals such as the orca, this is a reality.  

We Care, an organization that aims to change lives in Jamaica

Mountains filled with rocks and fallen leaves mark the trail that Lori Yap Shing and her volunteers must follow to get to...

Best family-friendly farms in South Florida

When tourists think of South Florida, sandy white beaches and thrilling nightlife often come to mind. But for locals who have families and want...

Coral Gables firefighters plead with the city for additional staff

Coral Gables firefighters continue to plead with the city for $600,000 to fund two additional positions to fill a ladder truck, one of the...

Liberty City’s Fantasy Theatre Factory brings drama to the kids who most need it...

The days of summer theater camp group rehearsals, audiences packed with parents, and after-show cast celebrations may be over. On Northwest Seventh Ave. in Liberty...

Mental health doctors concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic, Part 2

Monica Snyder used to see patients in her office at Wellspring Counseling, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she has been consulting with them...

Daycares left with overwhelming concern amidst coronavirus

For the last 18 years, Cristina Sardinas has run Bright Futures, a daycare in West Kendall. Until COVID-19 hit, she and eleven other teachers...