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Thursday | The Miami Herald
Thousands of undocumented immigrants fighting for in-state college tuition rates may have had their hopes dashed Thursday when a top state lawmaker abruptly announced his committee would not hold a vote on the controversial bill.
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Your next trip down the grocery isle could mean less cash in your wallet. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports food prices are on the rise.
Marthanna Yater, Durham Art Guild member, presents a photography exhibition,"Growing Together," now through April 29 at Room 100 Gallery, Golden Belt, which is programmed by Durham Art Guild.
The Florida Department of Health congratulates Olga Connor, director of Communication and Legislative Affairs, Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County, as the 2014 Sherman Winn "I Care" award winner at this year's Miami-Dade County Days.
The Florida Health Equity Research Institute was established as a way to better understand health disparities in medically underserved populations, as well as to implement the Health Disparities Research Agenda for Florida which focuses on developing and testing innovations that will improve health in these populations.
When she was 8 years old and her mother passed away, Gallego vowed to become a doctor to save lives.
Miami could know as early as 2020 how high sea levels will rise into the next century, according to a team of researchers including Florida International University scientist Rene Price .
Scientists conclude that sea level rise is one of the most certain consequences of climate change.
One student in Hillsborough Community College's Hope Scholars program longs to be an engineer.
In honor of Poetry Month, we caught up with Blanco, who, when he served as inaugural poet at President Barack Obama's second inauguration in 2013, went down in history as the youngest, the first Latino, the first immigrant and the first openly gay writer to hold the honor.
Barefoot, of course, the man who has for two decades told us which beach is best stood on the soft white sands of Fort De Soto Park and explained to five TV cameras how it all works.
Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research , Vol. 5, No. 1. , 013102, doi:10.1103/physrevstper.5.013102 Among the most surprising findings in Physics Education Research is the lack of positive results on attitudinal measures, such as Colorado Learning Attitudes about Science Survey and Maryland Physics Expectations Survey .
Scientists think Hurricane Camille's wind speed was 175 mph, not 190 as was estimated in 1969, but their work has a significant margin of error.