More Videos

FIU student didn’t let paralysis stop him from walking across the graduation stage 2:25

FIU student didn’t let paralysis stop him from walking across the graduation stage

Trump celebrates GOP tax bill 2:57

Trump celebrates GOP tax bill

History Channel announces special program on the history of global soccer 1:28

History Channel announces special program on the history of global soccer

In Colombia, criminal gangs threaten small gold miners 1:49

In Colombia, criminal gangs threaten small gold miners

Colombian police battle illegal gold miners 1:54

Colombian police battle illegal gold miners

Police bodycam footage shows comedian Hannibal Buress' arrest in Miami 8:55

Police bodycam footage shows comedian Hannibal Buress' arrest in Miami

Coach Adam Gase talks about the Miami Dolphins' 2017 season. 1:15

Coach Adam Gase talks about the Miami Dolphins' 2017 season.

Rights group alleges abuse of hens at farm that provides eggs to Florida's largest grocery stores (Graphic Content) 5:01

Rights group alleges abuse of hens at farm that provides eggs to Florida's largest grocery stores (Graphic Content)

Dash-cam video: Mom charged with DUI had toddler in car 2:38

Dash-cam video: Mom charged with DUI had toddler in car

Car flies into second floor of building in dramatic dashcam footage 0:27

Car flies into second floor of building in dramatic dashcam footage

  • Miami-Dade waiting before deciding to keep students at home

    Miami-Dade, the school district is waiting to see how the forecast shapes up on Wednesday before deciding whether to keep students at home for the rest of the week.

Miami-Dade, the school district is waiting to see how the forecast shapes up on Wednesday before deciding whether to keep students at home for the rest of the week. Pedro Portal pportal@miamiherald.com
Miami-Dade, the school district is waiting to see how the forecast shapes up on Wednesday before deciding whether to keep students at home for the rest of the week. Pedro Portal pportal@miamiherald.com

Broward closes schools Thursday as hurricane approaches

October 04, 2016 07:20 PM

More Videos

FIU student didn’t let paralysis stop him from walking across the graduation stage 2:25

FIU student didn’t let paralysis stop him from walking across the graduation stage

Trump celebrates GOP tax bill 2:57

Trump celebrates GOP tax bill

History Channel announces special program on the history of global soccer 1:28

History Channel announces special program on the history of global soccer

In Colombia, criminal gangs threaten small gold miners 1:49

In Colombia, criminal gangs threaten small gold miners

Colombian police battle illegal gold miners 1:54

Colombian police battle illegal gold miners

Police bodycam footage shows comedian Hannibal Buress' arrest in Miami 8:55

Police bodycam footage shows comedian Hannibal Buress' arrest in Miami

Coach Adam Gase talks about the Miami Dolphins' 2017 season. 1:15

Coach Adam Gase talks about the Miami Dolphins' 2017 season.

Rights group alleges abuse of hens at farm that provides eggs to Florida's largest grocery stores (Graphic Content) 5:01

Rights group alleges abuse of hens at farm that provides eggs to Florida's largest grocery stores (Graphic Content)

Dash-cam video: Mom charged with DUI had toddler in car 2:38

Dash-cam video: Mom charged with DUI had toddler in car

Car flies into second floor of building in dramatic dashcam footage 0:27

Car flies into second floor of building in dramatic dashcam footage

  • FIU student didn’t let paralysis stop him from walking across the graduation stage

    Shane Mosko, who was paralyzed from the waist down in a 2012 car accident, walked across the stage Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017, at his FIU graduation with the help of a robotic exoskeleton and two walking sticks.