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FABOM celebrates decade of service; gears up 2016 agenda

The Florida Association of Black Owned Media, Inc. (FABOM) outlined an aggressive agenda for 2016. FABOM celebrates its 10 year anniversary on Dec. 22, 2015. ...

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Most Broward high schools changing class schedules

Most Broward high schools changing class schedules ...

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FAMU grad is first in his family to receive diploma, bachelors and master’s degrees

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) graduate student Riccardo Jean crosses the stage to receive his diploma on Friday, it will add to a long list of firsts in his family. ...

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The City of Miami Gardens announces winners of 5th Annual Science & Engineering Fair

This year marks the fifth year of the City of Miami Gardens’ Science and Engineering Fair and each year it gets bigger and better. ...

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Middle school students from Dillard High School

six-12 were applauded by a standing room only audience as they received awards for Honor Roll ...

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Broward Schools’ Runcie named Superintendent Of The Year

Tampa Wednesday that included the Florida School Boards Association, Broward County’s Robert Runcie was named 2016 Florida’s Superintendent of the Year. ...

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Obama appointee, FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn to deliver FAMU’s Fall Commencement Address

Obama appointee, FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn to deliver FAMU’s Fall Commencement Address ...

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Florida’s finest: Blanche Ely

Florida’s finest ...

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The Miami Dolphins Visit Children At Baptist Hospital

"His name is Damon." With those four words, the entire hospital floor at Baptist Children's Hospital in South Miami fell in love with the cutest 11-year-old baby boy sitting in a stroller with his Abuelita standing right beside him. It was there baby Damon would chuckle and smile with his official Miami Dolphins bib on as he looked at all of the people who were in front of him. During a time where Miami Dol ...

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Miami Dolphins & Miami Hurricanes: Brad Kaaya or Ryan Tannehill?

Sometimes less really is more. The University of Miami came into the season with a lot less talent because of losing seven players to the NFL. The program also got to see the departure of their head coach Al Golden mid-season after an embarrassing 58-0 home loss to No. 1 Clemson. In spite of having less talent and less leadership around the program, for some reason this team never found a way to give up. In ...

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