Karlie Tomica, the 20 year-old "party princess" who was charged in the hit-and-run death of Terrazza executive chef Stefano Riccioletti on January 29, 2013, will allegedly be offered a plea deal tomorrow morning. See also: - Karlie Tomica Expected To Be Charged with DUI Manslaughter Today - Terrazz ... More >>
It's been a terrible week for Miami's bicycle activists. First, a judge sentenced Michele Traverso -- who killed cyclist Aaron Cohen last year on the Rickenbacker Causeway in a brutal hit-and-run -- to less than a year in jail, even though he'd been driving on a suspended license. Then, this morning ... More >>
For Barbara Jordan, blood is thicker than water. How else can the Miami-Dade County commissioner justify the $5,000 her reelection campaign paid to the company owned by her sister Sandy Walker, a once-powerful lobbyist who five years ago pleaded guilty to defrauding the county?In a recent interview ... More >>
Lindsay Lohan's out of jail. But her legal problems aren't even close to being over. The LiLo v. Pitbull, Nee-Yo, and Afrojack saga continues as Mr. 305's lawyers have presented a notice of removal in an effort to shift the case from county to federal court. The document, filed last week in ... More >>
Farm-owner Roberto Aguedo Chavez.To squash a common misconception, the rash of illegal horse slaughter in South Florida is not the work of some sophisticated mafia. The horse killers- who have been doing their thing for years before the media took notice -- are rarely connected to each othe ... More >>
Alex IzaguirreWell, at least Antonio Junior can take solace in knowing he made a killing as a minority partner in several deals involving Miami-Dade taxpayer money. And even though he ratted out his political godmother -- ex-county Commissioner Barbara Carey-Shuler -- and some of his other poli ... More >>
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Tasha Joseph's Website shows fiction is stranger than truth
What to do when your sons pop steroids and steal cars? Simple: Hire them to be police officers!
James and Emma Somerset came to Miami to rescue their son's girlfriend. They wound up going to jail for kidnapping.