Sunday, May 16, 2021

Humberto becomes Cat 3 hurricane heading north of Bermuda

BY JOE MARIO PEDERSENORLANDO SENTINEL/TNS ORLANDO – Hurricane Humberto continues to strengthen as a...

Fried seeks meeting on rules for restoring rights

Backlog of felons’ cases fuel request for process change EMILY L. MAHONEY/TAMPA BAY TIMES/TNS Desmond Meade, president...

Music, costumes and culture

MIAMI BROWARD ONE CARNIVAL 2019 KIM GIBSON / FLORIDA COURIER

‘We’re not our hair’

Bill would protect people who wear natural hairstyles GARY CORONADO/LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS Owner Kim Dafney braids cornrows...

From breakfasts to festivals, MLK events abound statewide

BY ANDREAS BUTLER FLORIDA COURIER There are plenty of events across Florida for residents seeking to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King...

Trump, first lady greeted with cheers at Daytona 500

BY LUIS TORRES ORLANDO SENTINEL/TNS DAYTONA BEACH – President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump were showered with cheers as they took a lap at...

B-CU and Senator Bracy announce state’s investment in HBCUs

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDA COURIER Bethune-Cookman University will be joined by Florida State Sen. Randolph Bracy (D-Ocoee) and host a press conference Friday, March 21...

Immigration lawyers sue to pause visa deadlines

BY AMANDA ROSA FRESH TAKE FLORIDA GAINESVILLE – An organization representing immigration attorneys is suing the Trump administration, saying it puts lawyers and immigrants at risk...

Prisons getting face masks amid virus outbreaks

NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA The Florida Department of Corrections was expected to get an influx of 1 million face masks by the end of the...

NOT ANOTHER SHUTDOWN

Despite surging COVID-19 cases statewide, the governor says Florida needs to stay the course on reopening its economy and activities. BY CHRISTINE SEXTON NEWS SERVICE OF...