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Your South Florida
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Taste of Immokalee
We cover a salsa and condiment company in the Florida farming town of Immokalee.
Clip: S3 | 4m 15s
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Art Meets Climate Change
We profile Haitian American artist Morel Doucet.
Clip: S3 | 5m 41s
Immigration – Raids & Rights
Homestead is the site of the biggest migrant children’s shelter in the country.
Clip: S3 | 7m 32s
The cost of post-secondary education can be very expensive...but there is an alternative!
Clip: S3 | 5m 20s
Journey Through the Human Brain
A new exhibit is now open at the South Florida Science Center in Palm Beach County.
Clip: S3 | 1m 56s
Embracing South Florida Filmmakers
We get a first look at the winners of the latest initiative from Oolite Arts.
Clip: S3 | 10m 22s
Moms Demand Action
We meet a South Florida mother who lost her son, and is turning her pain into purpose.
Clip: S3 | 13m 1s
Caribbean American Heritage Month
History Fort Lauderdale's latest exhibit, Island Imprint, takes visitors to the Caribbean.
Clip: S3 | 4m 4s
We cover the non-profit Pridelines, and their work for the LGBQT community.
Clip: S3 | 11m 22s
Beating Burn Out
Dealing with exhaustion and chronic stress at the office is no longer all in your head.
Clip: S3 | 10m 6s
Seniors & Depression
A new nationwide study shows Florida's seniors are living longer but are more depressed.
Clip: S3 | 6m 26s
South Florida Historic Homes Prepare for Rising Seas
Three local, historic homes are fighting back against rising seas.
Clip: S3 | 9m 18s
A Taste of West Broward Food, Wine & Music
The inaugural West Broward Food, Wine and Music festival is happening next week!
Clip: S3 | 7m 48s
CAMACOL – 40th Hemispheric Congress
CAMACOL is the largest Hispanic business organization in Florida.
Clip: S3 | 8m 59s
Broward College President Haile
BCC President Gregory Adam Haile plans to make higher education accessible to everyone.
Clip: S3 | 10m 9s
We look at a unique race where the memories mean more than the miles.
Clip: S3 | 2m 11s
National Boat Safety Week
U.S Coast Guard Auxiliary Jeff Barnes shares tips to stay safe on the water.
Clip: S3 | 2m 16s
Miami's startup scene continues to heat up!
Clip: S3 | 8m 57s
Stroke Awareness Month
More than 140,000 people die in the U.S each year from a stroke.
Clip: S3 | 11m 36s
The local non-profit FLIPANY is helping educate kids flip any meal and make it healthy.
Clip: S3 | 2m 31s
Mosquito Season is here!
It's heating up outside and we are entering peak mosquito season.
Clip: S3 | 1m 15s
Fifth graders from across Miami-Dade are getting a unique experience.
Clip: S3 | 2m 20s
Chairwoman Audrey Edmonson
Audrey Edmonson discusses transit, affordable housing, the new 395 Bridge and more!
Reel Minds Miami Mental Health Film Festival
The Reel Minds Miami Mental Health Film Festival is back!
Clip: S3 | 8m 43s