ICYMI: Blackface at Event; Male Fertility Technology

ICYMI: Blackface at Event; Male Fertility Technology

Here are some of the past week’s top stories from the NBC 6 Weekend Digest:

Man Shows Up in Blackface to Community Event in Medley

An event aimed at bringing seniors in Medley together is putting the town in the spotlight for the wrong reasons after a man showed up in blackface.

The incident happened at a recent fashion show hosted by the Medley Police Department with an “African Safari” theme. One photo of the event showed the town’s mayor, Roberto Martell, standing and smiling with the man in blackface.

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New Sperm Technology Helps Couple Struggling With Male Infertility

After tests, confusion, waiting and fertility treatments, a couple struggling with male infertility is now expecting. They say it is all thanks to a new technology that they had to travel to South Florida to get.

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New Sperm Technology Helps Couple Dealing With Infertility

Miami Beach Company Fined $1.76M for Claiming Products Were Certified Organic

The federal government certifies some organic products and makes sure they don’t have things like synthetic substances, artificial preservatives and genetically modified organisms or GMOs. Organic products that are certified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture typically have an USDA logo, which means the product met the department’s standards of organic.

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Miami-Dade Bus Driver Credited With Saving Passenger’s Life

Laronda Marshall, a Miami-Dade County bus driver, performed CPR on a passenger and is credited with saving his life. This is the third time she’s gone above and beyond her duties.

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