In January, Keskea Hernandez was whisked from her cell at the Federal Detention Center downtown to Larkin hospital in South Miami. The pretty 42-year-old real estate agent had pleaded guilty to mortgage fraud a year earlier. Ever since her incarceration, however, her health had been in free fall. Sh ... More >>
The fallout from ex-chief Miguel Exposito's reign hasn't ended yet.Miguel Exposito may be gone, but the blowback from his turbulent reign atop the Miami Police Department hasn't ended yet. Eight months after the last of seven fatal shootings of young black men by Exposito's force, the U.S. Just ... More >>
An L.A. producer heads to court with Jean-Claude Van Damme, French bombshell Lydie Denier, and Miami's Bryan Abboud.
Peter Michael Daniel was savagely beaten at the Sweetwater Police Complex over a missing Jet Ski. No one’s saying who did it.
Casablanca had Rick's, Vegas had the Stardust, Miami's cocaine jazz age had the decadent Mutiny Hotel
It's nice to have wealthy and influential friends, especially when you need loads of campaign cash
Money and glitz made Richard Bronson a South Beach luminary, a memory he now ponders in prison
Miami attorney Joaquin Perez helps drug kingpins get minimum jail time, maximum profits, by cooperating with the feds
Wacky Danish cult leader Mogens Amdi Petersen was a guest on tony Fisher Island until recently; now he's staying with the State of California
Where can terrorists find safe harbor? If you're of the Cuban exile variety, right here.
For Patrick Cruise it was a life of hounding, harassment, and humiliation
Despite a history of corruption in its north district substation, the Miami Police Department won't get tough with its own cops
In the cloak-and-dagger world of a Cuban chief spook, Puerto Rican music magazines, wet beepers, and pregnancies can cause unexpected turbulence
Could Rick Sanchez, Miami's most notorious journalistic windbag, actually be an agent of Fidel Castro?
A new crackdown on Biscayne Bay's sponge poachers has netted an entire Cuban subculture
Clubland king Chris Paciello ain't exactly a Mafia don. But it sure seemed he was headed that way.
Attorney Russell Carbone played dirty. How dirty? Try conspiracy, obstruction of justice, and perjury.
Despite recent deaths and a federal crackdown, smugglers continue the dangerous business of transporting Cubans to Miami
Activist Leroy Jones battled personal demons and has emerged as a radical bent on black empowerment.
Miami Commissioner Art Teele needed a house fast. What he got was a controversy.
The Cuban embargo is supposed to be getting tougher on travelers, but it's just getting weirder
Was Panamanian strongman Manuel Noriega really a drug trafficker? Or is it possible he was set up by the U.S. government? Try asking a few dozen people who should know.
Want to know what makes Miami's mayor really mad? Voter fraud, that's what.
For some people, African millionaire Foutanga Dit Babani Sissoko was a dream come true. For others he was a nightmare.
If Humberto Hernandez has it his way, Miami's only black commissioner, Rev. Richard Dunn, will be history
Already charged with corruption, Odio now faces renewed questions about his misuse of a discretionary fund
A local authority on money laundering is linked to a banker accused of fraud
A state fraud investigator says he was punished because he tangled with U.S. Attorney Kendall Coffey
Why would state prosecutors probe a penny-ante fraud case against Susanna Timor? Maybe it has to do with who she works for.
As faith in the revolution sinks to new lows, kids in Cuba are getting high
For South Beach publishing magnate Jerry Powers, life wasn't always marked by glamour and upstanding citizenship. Some would argue it still isn't.
He allegedly fondled and caressed patients against their will. AIDS patients. No wonder he is known as Doctor Scumbag.
Federal officials have spent an eternity trying to put the founders of Fort Lauderdale's Life Extension Foundation behind bars
Election night with Steve Clark, Miriam Alonso, and Raul Martinez
Why is it that naming a U.S. Attorney for Miami seems to be one of the world's most complicated tasks?
He was an aviation classic: independent, stubborn, savvy. And he was convinced powerful forces were out to ruin him. Did that include government informants and federal agents? Gus Conner will never know.
But is that any excuse for Matthew Block's lawyer to send Shirley McGreal a card that shows zebras doing it?