Miami poet Richard Blanco's tribute to Orlando: 'One Pulse — One Poem'
The Orlando shootings at a gay nightclub hit home with Miami poet Richard Blanco, best known for his poem ‘One Today’ delivered at President Obama’s second inauguration. Here is Blanco’s poem for Orlando.
Hillary Clinton took on the Trump administration in one of her first public speeches since the election. Clinton faulted the administration for its abandoned health care policy and lack of female representation in top jobs. She also rebuked White
Miami Gardens police have responded to a shooting that has left one person dead and another wounded in the area of Northwest 167th Street and Northwest 27th Avenue. These are the seventh and eighth persons shot in Miami Gardens since last Saturday.
K-9 Foster, an 18-month-old German Shepherd with the Pensacola Police Department, took a loaded shotgun out of the hands of an armed burglary suspect Thursday and helped the Florida officers make the arrest without incident.
Bob Weimer, owner of Weimer Farms, speaks about the possible passing of Assembly Bill 20 which would provide work permits for undocumented agricultural workers in Atwater, Calif., Thursday, July 16, 2015.
This hurricane season users of the www.weather.gov/miami site will find localized maps and graphics that will take them 'beyond the cone,' and give more detailed information about what to expect in their specific location.
Alexa Vidal Prieto, a 3-year-old Cuban girl who had to have her legs amputated after contracting an infection at a hospital in Havana, arrived at the Miami International Airport on Thursday, June 21, 2018.