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In Florida, 15 percent of families don't know where they're going to get their next meal. When you look at children alone, that number increases... [Read More]
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There is still a chance for some people to sign up for D-SNAP disaster food assistance in the wake of Hurricane Irma. [Read More]
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After Hurricane Irma, the federal government offered a food assistance program to Floridians who needed help because of the storm. The signup period for that... [Read More]
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Lines were moving much more quickly at Hard Rock Stadium at mid-day Thursday, the final day to register for disaster food assistance (D-SNAP) in Miami-Dade... [Read More]
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After people looking for food assistance waited in lines up to eight hours long, the state has announced extra days for sign up for the... [Read More]
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Florida's Guardian ad Litem program is asking the legislature for funding to reimburse its volunteers, who travel hundreds of miles for the abused and... [Read More]
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People who need unemployment assistance after Hurricane Irma might not be getting the help that is available to them. While there have been thousands of... [Read More]
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In Florida, 16 and 17 year olds can get married to someone of any age with the signature of a parent . If a girl... [Read More]
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Lee County's Board of Commissioners got together this week to talk about ongoing Hurricane Irma recovery efforts. [Read More]
Today in Sundial: New World Symphony, in collaboration with MIT Media Lab, and with support from the John S and James L Knight Foundation, is... [Read More]
Over the weekend, several food assistance centers in Miami-Dade and Broward were abruptly shut down by local and state officials because of "health and safety... [Read More]
Kendrix Haynes lost a lot in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma: all his food and his pet bearded dragon, Rocky. It was the power (or... [Read More]
Over the past decade, hundreds of children in the care of the Department of Juvenile Justice have suffered abuse and neglect, sometimes at the hands... [Read More]
This week we've been hearing stories about abuses in the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, the system that is supposed to rehabilitate children in the... [Read More]
A half dozen homeless people in Miami-Dade County were involuntarily committed to the hospital for evaluation as Hurricane Irma continued its course towards South Florida.... [Read More]
If Mike Lambrix's case played out today exactly the way it did when he was convicted in 1984, he would not have been sent to... [Read More]
Death Row inmate Michael Lambrix was set to become the second person in the state of Florida to be executed this year, as of Thursday... [Read More]
Instead of opting for a few final words as he is strapped to a gurney in the death chamber, Florida Death Row inmate Mike Lambrix... [Read More]
New World Symphony fellows are playing a section of George Crumb's Dream Sequence. A pianist reaches inside the piano and picks strings. He then switches... [Read More]
Rows of brightly colored chairs are set up on the little patch of grass outside FANM, the Haitian Women of Miami, a non-profit group that... [Read More]
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