Education

'Higher Ed Hustle,' a Miami Herald investigation

Florida's for-profit college industry is a marketing juggernaut and political powerhouse. But some former employees say their schools deceived students, or committed outright fraud. And some students found their degrees didn't lead to careers when they entered the job market.

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Life in Florida without Medicaid expansion

For two years, Florida legislators have refused to expand Medicaid as envisioned under the Affordable Care Act. Their decision left an estimated 850,000 Floridians without healthcare insurance in the "coverage gap." Those caught in the gap earn too much to receive Medicaid, but not enough to qualify for subsidies to buy a plan through the federal marketplace. The Miami Herald looks at how these Floridians are coping and what other states are doing to close the gap.

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Bowling

South Florida was an international bowling hub from 1960 until midway through the 1990s.The 1967 ABC Tournament in the Miami Beach Convention Center drew about 40,000 bowlers from across the country. Bird Bowl, which opened in 1956, was the home of some of the best bowling leagues in the South. At one time, there were 17 bowling centers playing host to about 40,000 league bowlers ever week in Greater Miami

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