Just two years ago, Tony Bosch was the go-to source for customized steroid cocktails for some of the biggest names in professional baseball. Alex Rodriguez, Ryan Braun and Nelson Cruz all paid the unlicensed doctor thousands to cook up testosterone creams and lozenges that could beat Major League Ba ... More >>
A wrongful death lawsuit against the Miccosukee Tribe over a fatal car accident on tribal lands has once again run into resistance in the courts. On January 20, 2009, Coconut Grove resident Tatiana Furry left Miccosukee Resort and Gaming after a night of gambling and drinking, then got into a head- ... More >>
Miami husband-and-wife John Ricone and Francys Tolon-Ricone were apparently wielding a hot blotter when they played bingo at the Miccosukee Resort & Gaming Indian casino in 2008. In two trips that year, they won just under $5,500. When the tribe paid them their winnings, they remitted $1,500 for ... More >>
Looks like Phil Davis is finally heading to the pen.‚ÄčThe ex-Miami judge, who wriggled out of jail time in a federal sting operation in the early '90s by admitting a raging cocaine habit, was found guilty of fraud today.Prosecutors built a case against Davis involving a non-profit he founded in 199 ... More >>
The leader of a church that's drawn presidential hopefuls and the devout is enveloped in scandal.
A woman perishes in a collision with an Indian leader's kin. Her family cries coverup.
A TV reporter says he lost his job for doing his job
If a man is known by the company he keeps, then FBI boss Hector Pesquera has a problem
A list to nominate members for Miami's new Civilian Investigative Panel comes together in typical Magic City fashion
Billy Hardemon has been running around Liberty City, and away from allegations of wrongdoing, forever
Live from OJ's front yard, this is Brian Andrews!
Where can terrorists find safe harbor? If you're of the Cuban exile variety, right here.
The INS has its own peculiar way of meting out justice: Promote the supervisor who intentionally misled Congress and harass the inspector who warned of terrorists
If you disagree with what they do, why defend their right to do it?
An appeals court nudges convicted orangutan smuggler Matthew Block a little closer to prison
A notorious animal smuggler. Some eager buyers. A bizarre sting operation. A dark and stormy night. No wonder the jurors could hardly believe what they were hearing.
But is that any excuse for Matthew Block's lawyer to send Shirley McGreal a card that shows zebras doing it?
Ape trader Matthew Block has been sentenced in the case of the Bangkok Six. But the monkey business continues.