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Marlins Report: Offense comes alive in bounce-back week
Jordan McPherson gives the rundown on what was a "bounce-back week" for the Miami Marlins.
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Heat center Bam Adebayo on game-winning buzzer-beater against the Nets
Miami Heat center Bam Adebayo talks to the media after 109-107 win over the Brooklyn Nets during their NBA basketball game at the AmericanAirlines Arena on Sunday, April 18, 2021 in Miami, Fl.
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Inter Miami's Phil Neville talks about his first game as head coach
Inter Miami CF Head Coach Phil Neville talks during a press conference after his team lost their MLS soccer match against Los Angeles FC at the DRV PNK Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Sunday
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Cuban Americans in Miami shrug at Raúl Castro’s retirement: ‘Same old’
Cubans in Miami react to news that the island’s Communist Party Congress this weekend will be the last with a Castro at the helm after Raúl Castro stepped down.
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COVID-19 patient released after a two-month battle against the virus
Recovered COVID-19 patient Warren Graham is congratulated after being released from Memorial Regional Hospital South in Hollywood, Florida on April 16, 2021, after a two-month againts with the virus.
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A stroll through 'Beyond Van Gogh: An Immersive Experience' in Miami
"Beyond Van Gogh," which opens April 15 at Ice House Studios in Miami, uses projections to recreate the masterpieces of Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh, famous for "Sunflowers," "The Starry Night," a
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DJ turns the table with photography amid pandemic, BLM movement
Artist and DJ Rahsaan "DJ Fly Guy" Alexander reflects on being a DJ and become a photographer during the COVID-19 pandemic and during the BLM movement.
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Bam Adebayo comments on the police shooting of Daunte Wright near Minneapolis
Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, died Sunday when now-former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter shot him during a traffic stop.
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Exhibit at Coral Gables Museum explores the last forty years of AIDS
The exhibit, A Matter of Time: Examining Forty Years of AIDS While Living through a Pandemic, is preparing to open at the Coral Gables Museum in Miami, Florida. Video by Matias J.
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Vince Lago defeats Pat Keon for Coral Gables mayor
Vince Lago was elected as the new mayor for the City of Coral Gables on April 13, 2021.
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Birth & Betrayal: ‘A price tag on my son’s life’
The Florida program called NICA was created to protect obstetricians from lawsuits by parents whose children suffered profound brain damage due to oxygen deprivation at birth.
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Protestors burn masks in Fort Lauderdale
Hundreds of protestors gathered to march and burn masks in opposition to the mask mandates due to COVID-19 during the 'Million Maskless March' Lauderdale Beach in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on April
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Birth & Betrayal: ‘Justin was cheated’
Jennifer and Jessica Pham, ages 6 and 7, had to grow up fast when their brother came home from the hospital tragically disabled.
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Birth & Betrayal: ‘Does anybody hear me?’
Ruth Jacques sought answers after her son, Reggie, lived only 96 days. Four years after his death, she remains unsatisfied with the answers she has received.
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Birth & Betrayal: 'I had to live in her world.'
Jasmine Acebo, severely disabled at birth, relied on her mother, Jamie, for her every need.
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Easing the Childcare Crisis
Even before the pandemic era, working families often struggled to find safe, affordable and convenient childcare. COVID-19 has worsened the situation.
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Marlins Report: Controversial ending, bullpen woes in rough start to season
Jordan McPherson gives you the Marlins Report as the team is through its first seven games of the season.
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Heat's Jimmy Butler: "Do I got a knot in the middle of my head? Yo, he really hit me"
Miami Heat's Jimmy Butler speaks to the media during a virtual press conference after the Heat defeat the Los Angeles Lakers at the AmericanAirlines Arena on Thursday, April 8, 2021.
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Haiti’s roads are chaotic enough. Now add robberies and the kidnapping of bus drivers.
No longer is traveling Haiti's already chaotic roadways a question of whether Haitians will reach their destination, but rather will they make it back home alive as armed robberies and
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The Miami Heat open two sections in their lower bowl only for fully vaccinated fans
The Miami Heat became the first team in the NBA to have sections of seats designated for fully vaccinated fans only. Sections 117 and 118 in the lower bowl are designated for fully vaccinated fans.
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Marlins manager Don Mattingly talks about the opening game loss to the Rays
Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly spoke about opening pitcher Sandy Alcantara's performance and the opening game 1-0 loss to the Tampa Rays at loanDepot park on April 1, 2021.
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Oladipo talks to the media after his first game with the Miami Heat
Miami Heat guard Victor Oladipo talks to the media after his first game with the team. The Heat won 116-109 over the Golden State Warriors on April 1, 2021.
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What to know about the Florida anti-riot bill
The Florida House passed the anti-rioting bill HB 1, a broad anti-riot legislation that aims to crack down on violent protests. Video by Daniel A.
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Exclusive interview with Miami Proud Boy charged in Capitol breach
Gabriel Garcia, a Miami member of the Proud Boys, speaks publicly for the first time since his arrest for entering the U.S. Capitol on January. 6, 2021.
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This robot will deliver your dinner in downtown Miami
Miami’s REEF and California robot engineers Cartken are bringing motorized robot delivery to downtown Miami. Video by José A.
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The COVID Crisis: Returning to work and looking ahead
COVID-19 hit Florida hard, with Miami as the state hotspot. Now vaccines are rolling out and hope is on the horizon. How smooth will the path to recovery be?
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Miami-Dade jail detainees get limited COVID vaccines
Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department partnered with a county commissioner to vaccinate about 100 inmates on March 25, 2021.
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How this Holocaust survivor and drummist Saul Dreier prepares for Passover
Saul Dreier, 95, a founding member of the Holocaust Survivor Klezmer Band, received a basket with kosher Seder meals from the Goodman Jewish Family Services of Broward County in preparation for the
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Inside the COVID Unit: Battling the Coronavirus Pandemic in Miami
Inside the COVID Unit: Battling the Coronavirus Pandemic in Miami, a five-part Miami Herald/McClatchy documentary, tells the remarkable stories of front-line healthcare workers, their patients and
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