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Angelo Gomez

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Angelo Gomez is a journalism and political science double major at Florida International University. He enjoys writing stories about politics and national issues that affect South Florida. He is currently a Hamilton Scholar for the Honors College advocating for immigration reform in Washington DC. He hopes to have a future in immigration and making a change in the country. He is a huge Marvel and Star Wars nerd, lover of all sports and a politics geek.

Volunteers and groups such as Debris Free Ocean drive the cause to clean the...

As water quality deteriorates in South Florida, citizens and organizations work hard to stop plastic pollution and trash in Biscayne Bay. Debris Free Ocean is...

Florida’s complex vaccination response leaves confusion (includes multimedia content)

After a long and exhausting year of battling the coronavirus pandemic, Florida is still being hard hit. The man in charge of the state’s...

Election Day 2020: South Florida at the polls (includes video story)

The day that the entire country has been anxiously awaiting has finally arrived: Election Day. Florida is a swing state -- and infamously vital...

Young voters mail-in ballots are often rejected in Miami

More than 7 million votes have been cast in Florida so far, and more than 285,000 of those are mail-in ballots by voters between...

Miami residential real estate surges despite the coronavirus

The Miami Association of Realtors reported that August saw a rise in house and condo sales in South Florida, surpassing sales from August 2019. Miami-Dade...

“The youth vote can decide who wins Florida. ” Register now!

Music filled the parking lot of the Joe Celestin Center in Opa-locka on a recent Sunday morning.  Dozens of cars lined up as volunteers wearing...

How the Miami Heat shocked the NBA

Stunning upsets are rare in the NBA playoffs. When they happen though, there are massive shockwaves with lasting implications.  Heading into the series, which concluded...

Discount stores lure shoppers with sales as consumers crave a return to normalcy

Since the state’s gradual reopening began, people have been flocking to discount department stores in South Florida, leaving the shelves empty of inventory. At Marshalls...

Church reopens cautiously. What’s the risk?

Ministerio Jesus Vive Hoy, a predominantly Hispanic church in Miramar, recently resumed in-person services after being closed for nearly two months due to the...

Virtual education exacerbates disparities throughout South Florida

In late March, dozens of families filled the sidewalk of Miami Norland Senior High School in Miami Gardens. They were waiting to receive laptops....