Ten local breast cancer survivors celebrate life and their common experiences by swimming with dolphins at Miami Seaquarium. This symbolic swim took place Wednesday, October 7, 2015 It's supposed to represent hope, survival and empowerment. Video by Carl Juste
Breast cancer survivors swim with the dolphins
Video: The 20th Anniversary Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure
My Breast Cancer: Sharon Radell's story
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra goes over how his team beat the Hawks on Monday
Justise Winslow after the Heat’s 104-93 win over the Hawks
Josh Richardson after Heat win over Hawks on Monday
Miami politicians visit Miami-Dade's juvenile detention center
Goran Dragic after Heat win over Hawks
Wayne Ellington after Heat’s win over the Hawks
Heat’s Udonis Haslem talks about being co-captains with James Johnson and Goran Dragic
Miami coach Larrañaga reads prepared statement about FBI investigation
Sharon Radell, 52, had three types of cancer in her breast. After undergoing a mastectomy, she's lived 10 years cancer free. She discusses a life of balancing parenthood, career and the required healing.
The Bass museum in Miami Beach, closed two and a half years for a revamp and expansion, will reopen Sunday with exhibits that cement its transformation into a center for the exhibition of contemporary art.
William Rodríguez Abadía, son of Miguel Rodríguez Orejuela, the former boss of the powerful Cali cartel in Colombia, asserts that Netflix series 'Narcos' doesn't have all the facts correct. He spoke with el Nuevo Herald's reporter Catalina Ruiz.
The Fort Lauderdale Police Department is investigating a homicide that occurred on Friday, October 20, 2017. The incident took place at the Midway Food Store located at 110 Northwest 11 Ave in Fort Lauderdale. Investigators say the victim was in front of the store working on a disabled vehicle when the suspect walked up to him and shot him. Anyone who may have witnessed this homicide or who can identify the suspect is encouraged to contact Fort Lauderdale Homicide Detective Jim Jaggers at 954-828-5970 or 954-828-5534.