Timeless Treasure: A Keys couple tries to reunite box of family memories with its owner

We’ve all heard of someone tossing a message in a bottle into the ocean. But, the personal letters in our next story weren’t meant forRead More

Squash the Beef: Community leaders work to put an end to violent disputes through mediation

Every neighborhood is not equal. Some are tougher to grow up in, much more dangerous, where a simple dispute can end in a burst ofRead More

Learn To Dream: High schoolers experience college classes

Let’s face it: Most kids in high school don’t really know what they want to do in the future. But a local university is givingRead More

Hope and Healing: Community finds home for homeless mother and 4 kids

Imagine being homeless with four children. That’s the harsh reality one Miami mother has been living for more than a year. But as 7’s RobbinRead More

Parking rates hiked up after Hollywood renovation

Parking rates are doubling in one South Florida city six months after a major resort opened. So get ready to pay to park. If youRead More

Genetically altered mosquitos used to fight Zika in Cayman Islands

Researchers in the Cayman Islands believe genetically altered mosquitos they breed can help fight the Zika virus. The Cayman Islands government is documenting the processRead More

Troubling Tail: Trendy swim accessory may be dangerous

Mermaid tails are the hottest new swim accessory, but as fun as they are, they can be very dangerous. 7’s Robbin Simmons has all theRead More

Mold Mystery

A silent killer lurks in many South Florida homes and apartment buildings. One Hollywood woman says she lost the love of her life way toRead More

Fancy Footwork: Footvolley impacts Olympics

Athletes from here in South Florida are making an impact around the world with their love of a unique sport. 7’s Craig Stevens shows usRead More

On The Right Track

Back in May, we brought you a story about a Miami Police officer coaching a group of underprivileged kids — working hard with few resources.Read More