2 South Florida Junior Achievement teams chosen for national competition
The Junior Achievement National Summit takes place virtually Tuesday through Thursday, when this year’s winners will be announced.
The internet’s response to an HBO Max intern flub is hilariously heartwarming
Did you receive an odd email from HBO Max last week? Apparently quite a few people did, and the streaming service gave the most honest excuse: They blamed it on the intern.
Celebrating Pride: Unsung hero was there for HIV and AIDS patients when others weren’t
Some of the darkest days for the LGBT community also became a wake-up call in the battle against HIV, AIDS and equal rights, Joan Schaeffe recalls.
The best ‘dad-vice’ you ever received: These 7 responses are just too good
With Father’s Day set for this weekend, it got us thinking about dads and advice: What’s the best lesson you ever learned from your father, or a father figure in your life?
In your words: Here’s what you said Juneteenth means to you
Juneteenth is coming up, this weekend in fact -- and for those who might be unfamiliar, the holiday commemorates the emancipation of enslaved people in the United States.
5 thoughtful things you can do for your father that cost little to no money
If there’s anything we learned when we asked dads what they really want for Father’s Day, it’s that, often, expensive gifts aren't necessarily it.
Celebrating Pride: Miami attorney is a fierce warrior for equality
Elizabeth Schwartz is a Miami Beach native and attorney, and she’s been one of South Florida’s fiercest warriors for the LGBTQ community.
Did you adopt a pet during the pandemic? We want to see
Being home for those first couple months of the pandemic really made for a lot of free time for some, and wasn’t it the perfect time to adopt a new puppy or kitty?
‘I was in such good health.’ From the top of her game to a paralyzing stroke -- how this journalist made the comeback of a lifetime.
Kristen Aguirre, by all accounts, did everything right: She wanted to deliver the news, and work as a storyteller, especially for underserved communities -- and after college, she landed TV jobs in Quincy, Illinois; Flint, Michigan; and then Denver, working as a reporter and anchor. It seemed like nothing could stop her. Until she was blindsided by a ischemic stroke that hit the motor strip of her brain.
CLEAR or TSA PreCheck? How each works, and which might be a better fit for you
We all know how the process works when you’re going to the airport: Check in, get your boarding passes, check luggage (if that’s what you’ve decided on) and then head to security to make your way to your gate.
National Loving Day isn’t just a random sweet holiday. Here’s the deeper story, and why you’ll want to celebrate.
A lot has changed since the 1960s. And the world can change quickly, too. If there has ever been a time when that is clear, it’s now.
The birth of Velocicoaster: A look back at Universal’s new species of coaster
Research and development of the coaster has also been years in the making, but overall construction took a little more than two years.
South Florida teen planting the seeds of life with mangrove nonprofit
Fort Lauderdale's Jonah Basi founded the nonprofit MangroLife. The St. Thomas Aquinas student is getting his hands dirty and being the change he wants to see in the world.
Celebrating Pride: Couple helped change Florida adoption laws
Melanie and Vanessa Alenier say it was like fate intervened when they had an opportunity to adopt, but the cruel reality came when the same-sex couple found out it wasn't legal in Florida at the time.
World’s largest iceberg breaks free in Antartica. Is it a cause for concern?
Is this something to be concerned about? Many scientists feel it isn’t, but then again, it’s not everyday an iceberg the size of Rhode Island breaks free from Antarctica.
How to get exactly what you want while traveling: Advice from flight attendants
When it comes to traveling, especially on a plane, you’ll definitely catch more flies with honey than with vinegar, as the old saying goes -- meaning, in simple terms, it pays to be nice.
Celebrating Pride: Ruth Shack laid groundwork for anti-discrimination laws
It was way back in 1977 when Ruth Shack, then a Metro-Dade Commissioner, introduced and helped pass a measure to protect homosexuals from discrimination.
11 interesting fast facts about hurricanes
Hurricanes are a strong force of nature. Many have seen the toll they can take on people, homes and land, but there are a few things you may not know about the storms, and they’re pretty intriguing.
Why did it take so long for Father’s Day to be created?
On May 9, 1914, President Woodrow Wilson signed a proclamation declaring the second Sunday of each May would be “a public expressions of our love and reverence for the mothers of our country,” also known as, the creation of Mother’s Day.
Celebrating Pride: Stories about South Florida’s fight for equality
June is Pride Month, and Local 10 News reporter Christian De La Rosa will be presenting a series of stories that recognize the contributions of South Floridians to the fight for LGBTQ equality.
What to say instead of ‘Happy Memorial Day’
The difference between Memorial Day and Veterans Day still seems to trip people up, although it shouldn't. So, what do you say on Memorial Day compared to Veterans Day?