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6:19 am
Fri May 16, 2014

May 16, 2014: More Conservatives Embrace Immigration Reform

Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:

6:31 PM - Florida jobs numbers
5:30 PM - Javier Betancourt's downtown Miami

4:30 PM - Haitian history month exhibit

4:04 PM - Satan prayer controversy

1:04 PM - Florida unemployment rates
11:04 AM -- Florida's child welfare agency has named a longtime child abuse investigator and social worker as the agency's first statewide fatality prevention specialist.
10:04 Some writers are getting together at the Ritz Carlton in Coconut Grove this weekend to read their work at a literary jazz brunch. And as Miami Herald reporter David Ovalle tells us, one writer in attendance uses the power of poetry to tell a chilling personal story.

9:40 Some fairly grand plans are being made for two of downtown Miami's signature streets.

9:04 The 2014 Hurricane Season is just two weeks away, and officials continue to remind Floridians to prepare the same no matter the forecast.

8:34 A South Florida museum honors Haitian Heritage month.

8:04 We can now add South Florida to the growing list of regions worldwide taking to the streets in outrage over the kidnapping of hundreds of young girls in Nigeria. The Coalition of Concerned Nigerians in South Florida will rally in a North Miami park Saturday.

7:34 Some fairly grand plans are being made for two of downtown Miami's signature streets.

7:04 As Billy Joel once sang -- it's a matter of trust. In recent years, the city of Homestead has been criticized for mishandling development projects and taking too long on them. But voters this week gave Homestead the OK to borrow 26-million dollars for several construction projects.

6:34 A South Florida museum honors Haitian Heritage month.

6:04 There's a movement building steam among conservatives when it comes to embracing immigration reform.