Wednesday, August 12, 2020

CHICAGO MAKES HISTORY

Lori Lightfoot is elected Chicago mayor, making her the first African-American and openly gay woman to lead America’s third most populous...

On the road to success

5000 ROLE MODELS / MIAMI DOLPHINS COURTESY OF THE MIAMI DOLPHINS

Restitution or poll tax?

Amendment 4 fight continues C.M. GUERRERO/MIAMI HERALD/TNS Voters in Hialeah cast their midterm ballots on Nov. 6,...

Occupational licensing may get easier

FROM THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – Gov. Ron DeSantis during the 2020 legislative session will continue to push...

Flights to Freeport, Marsh Harbour in Bahamas resume

BY TAYLOR DOLVEN MIAMI HERALD/TNS MIAMI – Buildings at the airport in Freeport, Grand Bahama, were hollowed and runways...
SPORTS-CHIEFS-CELEBRATION-KC

Super Bowl celebration was so big it showed up on weather radar

BY DAWSON WHITE THE KANSAS CITY STAR/TNS KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Chiefs fought for Kansas City’s right to party, and on Sunday night, the...

Voters cast ballots in presidential primaries

NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA More than 500,000 Floridians, or about a quarter of the 2.07 million who have requested mail-in ballots, have already cast votes...

A primer on PPEs, N95 masks and ventilators

BY JONATHON BERLIN, KORI RUMORE AND CHAD YODER CHICAGO TRIBUNE /TNS As hospitals and medical workers across the country man the front lines in the battle to control...

‘Butting our heads against the wall’

Elections officials struggling with felons’ voting law BY DARA KAM NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – County elections workers are “butting our heads against the wall” trying...

MARCHING AND CYCLING FOR JUSTICE

Protests ‘elevate voices’ in Miami’s historically Black neighborhoods A Urban Mass Bicycle Ride for Justice was held on June 14 in Miami’s Overtown. Hundreds participated,...