Welcome to Tuesday, September 13th, and with the headlines making news across your Caribbean-American community in South Florida.
Today’s news is brought to you by Goldson Spine and Rehabilitation Center, who reminds you, “after a car accident, call Goldson Spine.”
Here’s a look at our top stories:
Caribbean Airlines has enforced a ban, effective immediately, on the in-flight use & charging of the Samsung …Galaxy Note 7 phone… The phone’s use on the airline is now banned due to reports that its battery poses a fire threat, when overheated. Caribbean Airlines noted in a release on Friday afternoon, that the decision was based on a directive from the Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority.

Palm Beach Health officials have confirmed a second case of, dengue fever in Palm Beach County. So far this year there have been two travel-related cases of the illness, and health department workers believe this latest case is also isolated. Officials have not said where in the county the infected persons are located.

A customs facility in St Marc, Haiti, discovered and seized a large amount of weapons and ammunition over the weekend, after searching a truck loaded with used items from Miami. Illegal contriband found included 150 hundred fifty, 12-gauge shotguns and five M-4 rifles. Haiti officials say an investigation will commence into the source and recipient of these items, both nationally and internationally.
In sports:
The Florida Memorial University Women’s soccer team shut out Ave Maria University 2-nil on Saturday at the AMU Soccer Field in Southwest florida. Florida Memorial’s Bianca Combe scored the first goal in the 17th minute and the 2nd Florida Memorial goal came from, Lovely Placide, in the second half. The FMU Lions return to action on Saturday, September 17th when they travel to Davie to kick off against Broward College at 5p.m.

And now, here’s what’s trending:
Natasha Smith, a Guyaneses news anchor, who claimed she was removed from her position because she is pregnant, is being reinstated after Prime Minister Moses Naga-mootoo directed Guyana’s National Communications Network lateWednesday, to place Smith back on air and instructed the CEO to apologize to her. In a statement the Prime Minister said “the act is an attack on her as a woman and as a professional journalist.”.

For today’s weather forecast:
Scattered Thunderstorms in Broward County with a high of 86 and a low of 77. Mostly Scattered Storms in Miami-Dade as well, with a high of 85 and a low of 79.
For more information on these and other stories, visit
caribbeannationalweekly.com. Remember to pick up this week’s copy of our Caribbean National Weekly at your nearest Caribbean – American outlet.
Today’s news is brought to you by Goldson Spine and Rehabilitation Center, who reminds you, “after a car accident, call Goldson Spine.”
You’ve been watching CNW90, I’m Suzette Speaks.

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