Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Nicole Sued

Nicole Sued is a junior at Florida International University majoring in digital communication and media. She is a bilingual reporter who is passionate about the entertainment industry and hopes to host a television show for Telemundo.

Smorgasburg Miami celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month (includes video story)

This past weekend, from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1, Smorgasburg Miami transformed into a vibrant celebration of Spanish-speaking cultures for Hispanic Heritage...

Shooting in Pembroke Pines neighborhood injures two people (includes video story)

Authorities in Pembroke Pines are investigating a shooting. Officers rushed to the Avant Apartment Complex on Pembroke Road...

Pensacola sheriff’s deputy sucked into drainage pipe (includes video story)

A Florida sheriff's office has released dramatic video footage capturing the harrowing moment when the rescue of a trapped motorist took a...

Gun violence: the new American health crisis (includes video story)

U.S. officials are sounding the alarm that the nation is facing a health crisis: gun violence. On Tuesday, at...

Biden vetoes bill blocking student loan forgiveness (includes video story)

On Wednesday, President Joe Biden vetoed a bill that would have blocked his plan to forgive student loan debt.

U.S. House of Representatives passes debt ceiling bill (includes video story)

On May 31, the bill that suspends the nation’s debt limit until 2025 passed in the House of Representatives by a vote...

Surgeon general raises social media concerns for youth (includes video story)

U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy is issuing a 25-page advisory laying out the risks of social media for kids.

Pilot dead after small plane crash in Hollywood (includes video story)

Authorities in Hollywood reported to a deadly small plane crash yesterday afternoon in the area of 450 North Park Road.

Podcasts help listeners with their mental health (includes video story)

As podcasts continue to rise in popularity, podcasters are utilizing their platform to raise awareness of mental health despite the social stigma.

Almost half of students are a grade behind due to pandemic (includes video story)

Three years after the global outbreak of the pandemic, about 49 percent of students are a grade level behind, according to data...