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Most Viewed and Commented Stories from 2007

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Sex Offenders Set up Camp - The New Times' Isaiah Thompson broke this story about sex offenders being placed under the Julia Tuttle Causeway by probation officers.

Dade Disclosure - A tale of an affair between two workers at the Miami-Dade County's planning and zoning department, that led to unethical behavior.

Wet T-Shirts,Titty Fights, and Ugliness at Sea - When teenagers gather on the high seas for the Climax Cruise things get wild ... and weird.

John Timoney America's Worst Cop - The Miami Police Chief loves to travel, but what is he doing to lower crime here?

Birdman Lands - Cash Money’s top exec has come to roost in Miami.

South Beach Menace - A scuffle minutes from the nation's sandy playground highlights its slimy underbelly.

Chongas - In 2007, two girls from Miami made Chongas, and their Chongalicious video, all the rage.

Bad Apple - Miami-Dade schools superintendent Rudy Crew has made many mistakes. Maybe too many.

Marijuana Goes Upstate - Pot production is going through a boon through South Florida.

Sugar Daddies - A little sweetness goes a long way in South Florida.

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War on Hugo Chavez - An outlaw and former spook take on the Venezuelan dictator.

John Timoney America's Worst Cop

Bad Apple

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