Miami

Miami Has Become the ‘Epicenter of the Pandemic,’ Expert Says

On Tuesday, Florida reported another 9,194 new cases of COVID-19, and a record number of deaths with 132. Now a top leading medical expert is warning the ongoing spread of the novel virus is putting South Florida in a dire situation.
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Virtual Pride!

Virtual Pride Event - Miami May 9-10
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Virtual Pride Event

Virtual Pride Event - Miami!

Virtual Pride Event - Miami May 9th & 10th
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Florida Governor Issues Statewide Stay-at-Home Order

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued a statewide executive “stay-at-home” order on Wednesday. Florida joins New York, Illinois, California and 30 other states who have imposed such orders in an effort to combat the spread of the coronavirus outbreak.
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Miami Records First Coronavirus Death After Man, 40, Attends Beach Party

Miami has reported its first coronavirus-related death. Israel Carreras died in the hospital on Friday after testing positive for the virus shortly after attending a beach party. Read the story for more.
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OPEN FOR DELIVERY - Check out a full list of restaurants offering take out & delivery options

Check out a list of Miami restaurants offering take out & delivery options.
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Now at 8PM! John Tesh's INTELLIGENCE FOR YOUR LIFE

Due to popular demand, we're are moving John Tesh's INTELLIGENCE FOR YOUR LIFE to 8PM evenings on LITE FM! Seven nights a week!
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Exclusive chat with Madonna!

Our sister station, WNEW-New York scored an exclusive interview with the one and only Madonna! Listen for the story behind the making of her new video for "Crave" - one of the tracks on her upcoming new album, Madame X . It'll be available 6/14. Plus, she'll be in South Florida Dec. 14th-19th for...
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WaWa Comes to Miami Interview

Listen now! Wawa is opening in Miami-Dade County!
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Judge calls insurer 'barbaric' for denying cancer therapy

MIAMI (AP) — A federal judge in Miami recused himself from judging a lawsuit over an insurance company's denial of coverage for a prostate cancer treatment, calling it "immoral and barbaric." The Miami Herald reports U.S. District Judge Robert Scola cited his personal experience with prostate...
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