Over the past few days, Miami Springs voters have received a flier urging them to vote by mail in the city's election on Tuesday. It includes a request form for an absentee ballot and an official-looking envelope. But the P.O. box on the envelope doesn't correspond to the county's department of elec ... More >>
Speaking to a jam-packed room of reporters, cops, and politicians yesterday, Mayor Tomas Regalado trumpeted eight corruption arrests as proof of his commitment to cleaning up city government. "For the first time ever in the City of Miami, we have an anti corruption department," Regalado crow ... More >>
Miami-Dade’s top public corruption prosecutor doesn’t have to worry about the Florida Bar coming after him anymore. Bar counsel Arne Vanstrum has dismissed a complaint against Joseph Centorino, the assistant state attorney who heads the public corruption unit, alleging he acted unethically by no ... More >>
Giuliani agrees with Miami: Screw the public.
Simon Graves wants to dunk crooked pols.
Who's gonna grease my palm? The Downtown Bay Forum couldn't have known that their October 25 meeting — "Corruption & Scandals in Miami-Dade County: what are we going to do about it?" — would fall on the same day that former county commissioner Miriam Alonso would plead guilty to 2 ... More >>
So says Manuel Garcia, a man with an old-fashioned (and irritating) sense of right and wrong
In Miami breaking bread has become an intricate part of breaking the law
When a county prosecutor invokes the Sunshine Law, three Miami Beach officials get burned