Suit claims CBS Broadcasting paid slave wages and practiced sex and age discrimination
A federal magistrate judge in Miami has given the green light for a class-action labor law and sex and age discrimination lawsuit to go forward against CBS Broadcasting, Inc. The ruling could have nationwide impact on CBS’s 29 owned-and-operated television stations, known as... Read More
Fanny Navarro is LIVE on
Miami's Community News
Grant Miller talks with Fanny Navarro from Miami EcoAdventures.
Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida is excited to kick off the 2021 Girl Scout Cookie season, when girls will put to use new sales strategies and technology skills that they honed during the COVID-19 pandemic. The unprecedented cookie season begins January 9, 2021 in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties...
FPL gifts $1 million worth of laptops for thousands who enroll in state colleges
Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) announced today a $1 million donation to buy more than 1,600 laptops for students to use in rapid credentialing programs to obtain the skills they need to get back to work amid the COVID-19 pandemic. FPL’s donation comes on the heels of Gov. Ron DeSantis and the Florida Department of Education launch of the Get There Florida initiative, in which they raised awareness of rapid credentialing programs... Read More
Bill Talbert, Emcees Zoom meeting on STAYCATIONS: You Deserve One!
Two dynamic organizations, the Aventura Marketing Council/Chamber of Commerce (AMC) and the Sunny Isles Beach Tourism & Marketing Council, partnered recently to help local hotels recoup from the COVID-19 shutdowns. Eleven hotels participated and each one donated a great door prize, ranging from passes to Tidal Cove Waterpark to two-night stays... Read More
RJ Wolfe and Kechi Okpala
are LIVE on Race to the Top
Miriam Dorsett talks with RJ Wolfe, author and founder of DIAB Venture Partners, and Kechi Okpala, the Chief Communications Officer at KechThis, Inc.
South Florida PBS (WPBT & WXEL) is honored to have received 10 Suncoast 2020 Emmy Awards during the virtual ceremony on Saturday, December 12th. “We are humbled, and it is very gratifying to be recognized by the Suncoast Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for our local productions, especially during this very difficult period. We are particularly proud of Changing Seas, now on its 13th year, for garnering three awards in the Environment category out of the four programs we produced this year,” expressed CEO and president Dolores Sukhdeo... Read More
Annie Vazquez is LIVE
on Miami's Community News
Cristina Hernandez talks with Annie Vazquez on Miami's Community News…
Danny Berry’s Baseball has now expanded to the beautiful Palmer Park in South Miami
Danny Berry’s Baseball has now expanded to the beautiful Palmer Park in South Miami.Located at 6100 S.W. 67 Ave. South Miami, Fla. 33143.
Registration is now open for your entire team or an individual. You can register online at... Read More
Panter, Panter & Sampedro’s Mitch Panter Becomes United Way Miami Executive Member
The law firm of Panter, Panter & Sampedro announces that Mitchell Panter, managing partner, has become a Small Business United 2020-2021 Executive Committee member for United Way Miami. His involvement with the Small Business United Executive Committee will include fundraising to provide for families in need around South Florida and engaging with the community to distribute information about United Way Miami’s mission and ways the community can support their cause... Read More
Chuck Little is LIVE
on Miami's Community News
Gloria Burns talks with the Chairman of the Junior Orange Bowl Basketball
Free holiday prizes for customers playing FPL holiday energy savings quiz
In addition to providing customers free energy-saving online tools and information, Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) is making it fun for the entire family to be energy efficient this holiday season. Starting Dec. 2, FPL customers can test their knowledge of ways to save energy for a chance to win a $50 Restaurant.com gift card and $6 VUDU Promo Code – good for tv and movie content – with the launch of the Save Together... Read More
Life curveballs and pandemic aside, a record number of FIU students to graduate this fall
FIU students will cross the virtual graduation stage on December 13 to celebrate the very real degrees they earned through perseverance and a commitment to success.“FIU students traditionally have stood out for their determination,” said FIU President Mark B. Rosenberg. “But the class of 2020 has redefined grit. Our university community – the faculty, staff and administration – are so proud of the personal triumphs of each of these Panthers and the impact they are having in our community... Read More